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Friday, 11 January 2019

GG TIPS FOR FAIRVIEW


Winning Form Best Bets
Race 3: ABBELEIGH(2)
Race 4: HUMBLE ADDICT(1)
Race 6: QUAKESHAKE(6)
Race 7: MADAME SPEAKER(2)

Magic Tips Best Bets
Race 2: MALINDA(1)
Jockey: Lyle HEWITSON - Trainer: Yvette BREMNER

MALINDA has solid form and she went close in mixed company nine days ago, though, the slight worry is that her only career flop was over this c & d. That said, she has progressed smartly since and will prefer facing her own sex in this line-up.

Race 4: LLOYD GEORGE(6)
Jockey: Aldo DOMEYER - Trainer: Alan GREEFF

LLOYD GEORGE appears a smart sort in the making and he duly progressed to narrowly beat subsequent winner Believethisbeauty in the maiden ranks second time out, shortly after his eye-catching sprint debut when strongly fancied. The highly-rated son of Fort Wood should relish the step-up to the mile and is worth following.

TOP BET
Race 6: QUAKESHAKE(6)
Jockey: Teaque GOULD - Trainer: Alan GREEFF

The Greeff yard is extremely well-represented in this low-key fillies and mares handicap over a mile with a slight preference for QUAKESHAKE who should prove her affection for this surface.


Race 7: MADAME SPEAKER(2)
Jockey: Greg CHEYNE - Trainer: Alan GREEFF

The day's topliner is a Non-Black type handicap that features just seven entrants but an exciting finish could still be on the cards. The high-quality MADAME SPEAKER quickly has her second run of the year and she is the obvious first choice back against her own age group. She was trounced by the well-weighted older Cape visitor Platinum Class in a far stronger feature nine days ago but can go one better from pole position despite the hefty mass.

VALUE BET
Race 5: VIVA LE BLEU(7)
Jockey: Julius MPHANYA - Trainer: Gavin SMITH

The grey filly VIVA LE BLEU benefitted from her local experience as she quickly proved her worth with an eye-catching last run behind THREE TIMES A LADY(2.5kgs worse off) over nine furlongs on the grass. Of course, the four-year-old prefers the switch to this surface and the drop in distance.

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