Headline News Preview: Big Six can wade in to land his sixth win

<p>MEL KAPLAN<br />
BIG Six returns to Flamingo Park where he bids for win No 6 in his first outing since turning six.<br />
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The Flamingo Park 1000m is ideal for him – he won his only previous start over the track and trip in his penultimate outing – and he appears well handicapped in Race 4 on Monday, a MR 63 Handicap.<br />
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Photo: Chris Erasmus trains Big Six</p>

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Headline News Combat Leader to Execute Fort Beluga

<p>MEL KAPLAN<br /> ALTHOUGH six years of age Combat Leader has made amazing improvement since moving to Glen Kotzen&rsquo;s KwaZulu Natal stables and has posted three wins and a 0.75-length second in his three runs. All four races were over 1200m with two at Clairwood where he will take on eight rivals in Race 7, a MR 93 Handicap over the trip on Sunday afternoon.<br /> <br /> Photo: Glen Kotzen trains Combat Leader.</p>

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Headline News News Of London to post Turffontein win

<p>JACK MILNER<br /> IS Access Code better than Evident Halo? That is the question around which Race 7 at Turffontein today revolves. Evident Halo beat News Of London with authority by one length over 1600m on the inside track last month. Tomorrow, over 1600m on the standside track, Dominic Zaki&rsquo;s runner takes on another Geoff Woodruff inmate in the form of Access Code.&nbsp;&nbsp;<br /> <br /> Photo: Mark Khan rides Access Code.</p>

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Headline News Preview: Qui Harbour to tower over Eiffel at Vaal

<p>JACK MILNER<br /> SOME runners develop a big reputation after just one outing but still need to prove themselves on the racecourse. Dominic Zaki&rsquo;s Eiffel is such a runner. The Medaaly colt made his debut at Turffontein on 29 June and was the talk of the town. He opened at even-money and only drifted due to solid support for Alec Laird&rsquo;s Dinner for One, who eventually started as the 11-10 bookmakers&rsquo; favourite.&nbsp;<br /> <br /> Photo: Dominic Zaki saddles Eiffel.</p>

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Headline News Preview: Coverley to make winning return after rest

<p>HAROLD STERLEY<br />
COVERLEY returns to action following a 161-day rest, and this talented individual is expected to bounce right back to winning ways at Fairview today. He is set to line up in Race 8 over 1200m and his trainer, Gavin Smith, will also field useful Gold Tipped. The trainer has engaged Raymond Danielson for Gold Tipped, while young Sandile Khathi has been booked for Coverley.<br />
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Photo: Raymond Danielson rides Gold Tipped.</p>

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Headline News Officer Wales to put back the thrill

<p>JACK MILNER<br />
BLUES singer BB King had a hit in 1969 with “The Thrill is Gone&rsquo;&rsquo; and that is a feeling many punters will have since the curtain dropped on an eventful and exciting winter season in KwaZulu-Natal.<br />
The fields get smaller and the racing more mundane but followers of Officer Wales in Race 7 at Clairwood today might be able to recapture some of the joys of bygone days by backing a winner.&nbsp;<br />
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Photo: Anton Marcus rides Officer Wales.</p>

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Headline News Preview: Take a Chance on Tyne Bridge

<p>MEL KAPLAN<br />
THE two 90-something handicaps at Fairview yield potential betting opportunities. Tyne Bridge looks to have a sound chance of taking laurels in the MR 92 over 1400m (Race 5) while in the MR 94 (Race 8) over 1000m, in-form Take a Chance is the one to beat.<br />
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Photo: Justin Snaith trains Take a Chance.</p>

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