Tuesday, 28 May 2019


Race 1

Brett Crawford

No 1 Double Gratitude - May need the run

No 5 Matchless Captain - May need the run

No 7 Super Silvano - May need the run

Vaughan Marshall

No 10 Winter Oasis - Will need the run

No 4 Joie De Vivre - Although he may prefer the straight, he should

still run very well here

Greg Ennion

No 2 Grey Ferrari - Good form, should have a good chance here

Race 2

Mike Stewart

No 2 Al Wahed - Having a come back run for the winter season

Vaughan Marshall

No 5 Magic Sailor - Battling to find his best form

No 4 Top Of The Class - Battling to find his best form

Race 3

Harold Crawford

No 3 Gina's Girl - Will need the experience

Joe Ramsden

No 3 Howl - If not too green will run nicely

Dean Kannemeyer

No 4 Khaya's Flower - Will need the run

Glen Kotzen

No 1 Commanding Queen - Choked up in latest, trying the tongue tie.

Candice Bass-Robinson

No 9 Scottish Ally : Back in a 1000m, she should have a good winning

chance here.

Race 4

Justin Snaith

No 7 Bayberry - Very nice gelding, will need further in time, one

follow, each way chance

Vaughan Marshall

No 8 Cane Lime'N Soda - Will need the run

No 6 Rikers Island - Moderate form, struggling to improve

Dean Kannemeyer

No 9 Hammam - Will need the run

Candice Bass-Robinson

No 12 Turn It up Harvey - Nice colt but may prefer further

Mike Robinson

No 1 Wadi Rum - Is very well and i'm expecting a good run.

Candice Bass-Robinson

No 12 Turn It Up Harvey : Needs further and could be green, but

should give a good account of himself..

Race 5

Geoff Woodruff

No 4 A Moment Apart - Has shown ability, may need the experience

Greg Ennion

No 2 Black Gardenia - Has been very disappointing.

Glen Kotzen

No 1 Polly's Destiny - Good last run, expecting a good performance

Brett Crawford

No 3 It's My Life - Likely to still need this run.

Vaughan Marshall

No 8 Sigma Alpha - Needs further.

Candice Bass-Robinson

No 6 Gimme Gimme Gimme : She still needs a bit more time, but back in

trip again, she could be in the money.

No 10 Veld Flower : Impressive run on debut. She has come on with this

and a repeat run should see in her with a winning chance

Race 6

Vaughan Marshall

No 4 Fluttering - Working well and i'm expecting a very good run.

Candice Bass-Robinson

No 2 Gimme London : First run back after a break, she should need it

but in a small field , she could surprise fresh.

No 3 Western Angel : Back in trip, each way chance

Race 7

Dean Kannemeyer

No 5 Gimme Peace - Ignore last run, will be very disappointed if he is

not competitive

No 4 Maraschino - Blinkers have been removed, hoping to earn a stake

Brett Crawford

No 1 Kursk - Doing well at home, and i'm expecting a good run

Vaughan Marshall

No 6 At The Office - Could run into the money

Race 8

Glen Kotzen

No 3 Miraculously Ours - Should be competitive in this line up. Go close

Vaughan Marshall

No 1 Deposition - Good last run, place chance

No 2 Seventy Eight - Can run into the places.

Candice Bass-Robinson

No 7 Benevolence : Should be his best run to date over this trip.

Race 9

Glen Kotzen

No 7 Six Degrees - Having his post maiden run, competitive for quartets

Brett Crawford

No 1 Magic |Mike - Doing nicely at home and he should run a better race

No 9 Vforvictory - Working well and will prefer this trip. Improvement expected

Vaughan Marshall

No 5 Blackbeard - Is probably my best runner on the day and he should

have a good chance

Mike Robinson

No 2 Elusive Victor - Is very well and i'm expecting a good run.

Candice Bass-Robinson

No 10 Big Fish : Not drawn well, and could find the Durbanville track

a bit tricky, but will be running on. Include

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