Kenilworth hosts Wednesday's South African racing action.
8 RACES from 12:55 - 5:05 on the Summer Course
Race Track: Turf. Summer course 2800m in circumference with 600m run-in. Winter course 2700m with 450m run-in. Races up to 1200m testing straight course (1200m races are occasionally run round the turn, starting on the Summer course and ending on the Winter course); beyond 1200m anti-clockwise round turn.
Best Draws: Low-numbers draws slightly preferred all races. Wet going can impact on draw in races down the straight.
Pen - 21
Going - Good
False Rail - Summer Course: Original position from the 1700m with a 2m spur @ 600m
Bi Pot (Races 1-6 )
P A (Races 2-8 )
Pick 6 (Races 3-8 )
Jackpot 1 (Races 4-7 )
Jackpot 2 (Races 5-8 )
RACE 6: UNIVERSAL
Tuesday 23 November
R5 - I Want It All
R6 - Whoa Whoa Whoa
R6 - The Second Wave
Mr H I respect your tips and want to question why you make Solar Power a 5 star bet? My fears are 1st run at Kenilworth, but more importantly the stable companion has been gelded and may improve because of this. Grandpa Marcus up does the horse no favours but horses win despite the jocks many times
i [make him about an 82-84 on his last run so about 4-5 points better than Sage - also I was terribly hurt by Sage in his second start so I give him a miss on bias despite him being chopped now and Marcus up( there are a few times where Mxothwa has beaten backed stable - mates before as he is stable jock and Marcus has a retainer for those owners) - I would not be shocked if Marcus won but for the PA and Bi-pot I like Solar as a banker..
Sunny day with a strong headwind. We are on the summer course with the long run in so the wind is a factor. Course otherwise is running fast. Fourie still not returned from sick leave.
Race 1 Not much between She's My Captain, Rock on Captain. The Heat Is On and Divine Dynasty should both improve on fair debuts. So far not much apparent support for the first timers, but any of them could spring a surprise. My pick is The Heat is On.
Race 2 Bluff on Bluff improved effort last time after a couple of disappointing runs in the wet, and gelding. Tirpitz and Captive Moon fair debuts and should improve. Forever Bill drops back in trip. I think that Tirpitz is the one to beat, with Bluff on Bluff second choice.
race 3 Weak and very open maiden. Perfect Trust is unreliable, but is the pick on best form. Do Si Do and Rosie Roan next best.
Race 4 Solar Power looks a banker. Danger is stablemate Sage King.
Race 5 Competitive little race. Sir Tallin, I want it All and Fort Red the short list.
Race 6 Universal badly needed it last time- must be respected. All Lit Up seems well in at the weights on best form.
FireAlley and The Second Wave are in good form.
Race 7 Whoa Whoa Whoa looks still ahead of the handicapper, and is another banker. Open race if she fails.
Race 8 Full field and very competitive. An interesting runner is the imported Hilarity- has dropped from 89 to 79 and should be competitive off that mark. Go wide in exotics
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