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Wednesday, 1 August 2018


Best bets and value tips for racing from Durbanville on Wednesday 1st August with selections provided by Winning Form as well as their back page tipster, Magic Tips.

 Winning Form Best Bets
Race 1: PHOTOCOPY(1)
Race 2: MARGRETHE(5)
Race 5: BLUE ROLLER(1)
Race 7: GYRE(2)

Magic Tips Best Bets

Race 1: PHOTOCOPY(1)
Jockey: D Dillon - Trainer: P Reeves

The ultra-consistent newly turned four-year old PHOTOCOPY is overdue his first career win and his track experience could be crucial in this contest. Of course his midfield barrier is another plus. The expensive Dynasty colt, TYRIAN had a decent debut over the minimum trip in mid-June and the Snaith inmate should offer natural progression.

Race 2: MARGRETHE(5)
Jockey: R Fourie - Trainer: J Snaith

MARGRETHE had two decent sprints over the minimum trip in late autumn and she would have strengthened during the nine week absence. Her last formline was given a boost when the 3rd placed runner Vodka Lime easily won her subsequent start and this daughter of Philanthropist should enjoy this extra furlong.

Race 5: BLUE ROLLER(1)
Jockey: A Domeyer - Trainer: MJ Robinson

BLUE ROLLER finished runner-up in all four of his efforts last campaign and the newly turned four-year old should continue to progress this term. He handled the bend well when going close over seven furlongs recently and the manner in which he fought back that day, indicated that the son of Blue Tiger will relish the mile. His good draw is a major plus on his track debut.

Jockey: M Byleveld - Trainer: W Nel

The lightly raced SUITE FRANCAISE sprinted well in her last two starts though she clearly suggested that she prefers more ground. Her conditioner has obliged and the imported daughter of So You Think will relish the mile and should be a major contender if she handles the turn.

Jockey: D Dillon - Trainer: J Ramsden

The Favola c & d formline on 17/07 could be worth following in this low-key fillies & mares handicap where the well drawn WINE FESTIVAL gets the narrow first verdict. She finally showed signs of life when she ran on strongly to be close-up in the above-mentioned contest and clearly seems better suited to racing without blinkers

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