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Thursday, 29 November 2018

GG TIPS FOR VAAL SOUTH AFRICA

 



Winning Form Best Bets
Race 4: ROUGE ALLURE(2)
Race 5: LAKE KINNERET(2)
Race 8: CASHEL PALACE(1)
Race 10: ORPHEUS(1)

Magic Tips Best Bets
Race 4: STRAWBERRY PAVLOVA(4)
Jockey: G Lerena - Trainer: St John Gray

STRAWBERRY PAVLOVA clearly prefers today's slight drop in distance and the ultra-consistent bay filly should stake a strong claim in this field. Of course she had promising in similar company prior to her last start. The stable companionsROUGE ALLURE and I LIKE IT boast useful form but the preference is for the former despite the big mass. She holds a smart c & d record

Race 6: QUEBEC QUEEN(8)
Jockey: Herrera Gomez - Trainer: P Peter

The first selection QUEBEC QUEEN (24/11) was also carded to race recently but she will prefer this drop in distance and can stake a serious claim on form if she takes her place in this line-up

Race 8: CASHEL PALACE(1)
Jockey: R Danielson - Trainer: A Laird

CASHEL PALACE has had a staggered career due to setbacks but there isn't any doubting her ability and she produced a decent last listed feature effort over this trip. The four-year old is by some distance best weighted in this assessment contest on her peak showing and she should take a power of beating. The daughter of Fort Wood is drawn best of all and she should dictate terms to best effect

 

TOP BET
Race 10: ORPHEUS(1)
Jockey: G Lerena - Trainer: M/A Azzie

ORPHEUS has campaigned extremely well since the lengthy layoff and as a gelding in his three runs this season and the best weighted entrant has this ten furlong contest at his mercy should he cope with the extra furlong. His fellow four-year old TOP RANK is an improver though and is still developing his best merit rating so shouldn't be written off.

VALUE BET (EACH WAY) FOR TODAY:
Race 9: NOBLE EMBLEM(2)
Jockey: R Danielson - Trainer: E Verdonese

NOBLE EMBLEM was arguably moved on too soon in a mile and a half event two weeks ago but should continue to improve and the lightly raced four-year old gelding can stake a serious claim from gate 1.

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