Durbanville, 21/03

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Durbanville, 21/03

4 years 3 months ago
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Race 5, Heaven's Embrace (17/10), whilst this horse hasn't won in a very long time, she does appear to be bumping the right kind of field, under the right conditions. She has competed against much stronger and a repeat close to any of her last two runs, and she should be in the winner's enclosure.

Taken the treble with the two which are very well in on the Turffontein card :-

Heaven's Embrace X Al Mutawakel X Celtic Sea (5/1)
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Re: Durbanville, 21/03

4 years 3 months ago
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Race 6 no 2 Anse Lazio , last start finished 2l behind the 3 but is 3kg better off at weights , this is now 3rd run after a 2 month break and should be his peak run , 6/1 seems some value to me
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Re: Durbanville, 21/03

4 years 3 months ago
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My double for the day at the country course is Pippie Langkous x Al's My Daddy .... currently around 8/1.

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Re: Durbanville, 21/03

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DURBANVILLE - 21 March 2020

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Regimental - Work is good at home, however his form has to improve to be considered. He won his maiden on this course and can be considered an outside quartet chance on this basis.

Var’s Boy - First run for the stable over the 1000m and this trip looks on the sharp side.

Heaven’s Embrace - Working well at home and enjoys this trip, must be included in all bets E/W chance.

Earl Of Warwick - Has found form again at this rating, and will enjoy the trip. Can be included in your perms.

Kursk - Working well at home, back to the 1600m and from the draw must be respected.

Smart William - Is working well at home, but has a wide draw to contend with and will need some luck in the running.

Maitland Magic - Will enjoy the step up in trip, has consistent form and must be included!

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Re: Durbanville, 21/03

4 years 3 months ago
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Fire Alley

Race: 1, Maiden Juvenile Plate

Distance: 1250m

Comments: Flower Alley First timer. Should need the experience.



Sh Boom

Race: 1, Maiden Juvenile Plate

Distance: 1250m

Comments: Good debut, he’s come on nicely, and will have a good each way chance.



Theory of Flight

Race: 1, Maiden Juvenile Plate

Distance: 1250m

Comments: Nice type should run a fair debut.



Cut Glass

Race: 2, Maiden Juvenile Plate (Fillies)

Distance: 1250m

Comments: We should see a much improved run with a race under her belt.



FiftyshadesDarker

Race: 2, Maiden Juvenile Plate (Fillies)

Distance: 1250m

Comments: Filly to beat. Banker.



Royal Windsor

Race: 3, Maiden Plate (F&M)

Distance: 1600m

Comments: No form to recommend her chances, but she looks particularly well at present.



Peace Flower

Race: 5, FM 90 Handicap (F&M)

Distance: 2000m

Comments: Will relish the trip and off bottom weight and she should have a winning chance here.



Nixon

Race: 8, Maiden Plate

Distance: 1400m

Comments: Touched off last time, not drawn well, but a repeat of his previous run must give him a good winning chance in this field.
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Re: Durbanville, 21/03

4 years 3 months ago
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Sh Boom for me R 1, with that 1 run under the belt.

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Re: Durbanville, 21/03

4 years 3 months ago
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If horses ever had to make fools of trainers it got to be the Cape babies.
They usually get it wrong more often than not.

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Re: Durbanville, 21/03

4 years 3 months ago
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Rosemary Meadow should go a lot closer today.

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Re: Durbanville, 21/03

4 years 3 months ago
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durbs wrote: If horses ever had to make fools of trainers it got to be the Cape babies.
They usually get it wrong more often than not.

Never put your faith in two year olds, fellow poster, Greg Bucks, taught me that lesson a very long time back.
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Re: Durbanville, 21/03

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Rowing in with Double Reward, looked the part and the money suggests so.
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Re: Durbanville, 21/03

4 years 3 months ago
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Pippielangkous for the P6
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Re: Durbanville, 21/03

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Well done Peter D
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