Thursday, 12 July 2018

GFTG Best Tips For Vaal

Best bets and value tips for racing from the Vaal on Thursday 12th July with selections provided by Winning Form as well as their back page tipster, Magic Tips.

Winning Form Best Bets
Race 1: PACHANGA(1)
Race 2: DROP KICK(2)

Magic Tips Best Bets

Race 2: DROP KICK(2)
Jockey: R DANIELSON - Trainer: A LAIRD

DROP KICK is improving and he finished smartly for a close 2nd in a stronger event over this trip two weeks ago, the formline of which could be worth following. The well-related Judpot easily accounted for the Tarry inmate ELECTROMAGNETIC who in his defence had to overcome a wide draw that day. The top selection is capable up the straight on this course as his debut effort shows and he should take all the beating. He is his jockey's only ride on the day.

Jockey: R SIMONS - Trainer: P MATCHETT

FAVOURITE MODEL is possibly best over slightly shorter but she has decent form and this contest could be run to suit the daughter of Mambo In Seattle who hails from a yard that has turned the corner. There are many dangers though and DASHURI will be given a much better ride this time around and can bounce back to her best form. She only finished a neck adrift of PRETTY BORDER in her penultimate run and the latter's subsequent outing indicated that she will prefer further.

Race 4: PIDGEON ROCK(10)
Jockey: L HEWITSON - Trainer: S TARRY

The juvenile PIDGEON ROCK showed smart improvement when quietly fancied in his second start as he ran on well for 2nd and the Tarry inmate should continue to progress.

Race 6: MOUNT KEITH(1)
Jockey: A DOMEYER - Trainer: A FORTUNE

MOUNT KEITH easily beat many of today's rivals last month and can still follow-up despite the hefty seven pound penalty. He had subsequent winner CHAPEL JIVE (won on 5/07) nearly five lengths adrift and the former Cape resident has a decent record at this venue.

Race 7: DONNY G(1)
Jockey: A DOMEYER - Trainer - G MAROUN

DONNY G is reaching a competitive mark in the handicap and his improved recent form is evidence of that. The joint top weight will enjoy the likely suicidal pace and he can finish much closer to BAAHIR this time around. The latter had the top selection nearly two lengths behind him at Turffontein two weeks ago and is 2kgs to the good. He was returning from a nine week break so will strip fitter and is an obvious contender.

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