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Back To Durbanville Today

First off at 13h35

Racing returns to Durbanville today where eight races will be hosted.

The return of one-time boom horse Horizon will be of interest as he has his first outing since the Sun Met. He is likely to need the outing and the 1250m is on the short side for him.

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The first race is at 13h35 and also starts the Bipot.

The comments:

1 13:35 – ITSARUSH.CO.ZA WELCOMES YOU MAIDEN PLATE

7 EMPIRE GLORY G W Ennion: Nice horse, lacks experience and will need the run

10 SPRING BURST G S Kotzen: Very quick and a nice filly

2 14:10 – TAB TELEBET 0861 000 822 MAIDEN PLATE

1 INERTIA G S Kotzen: First run after wind operation and drawn badly, should need it

2 THE PEACEMAKER M J Robinson: Hoping for a decent race

4 BESTDAY OF MYLIFE B Crawford: Will need the run

8 MIST OF TIME C Bass-Robinson: First run back after gelding, should improve

9 MOROCCAN STORM G S Kotzen: First time back after gelding

13 WOOD FOR THE TREES G S Kotzen: A nice big strapping gelding who will need the experience

3 14:45 – TABONLINE.CO.ZA MAIDEN PLATE (F & M)

1 ALFRED’S GIRL H W Crawford: Expecting a better run

5 BIG SUZE B Crawford: Will need the run

6 CARRIBEAN CARNIVAL C Bass-Robinson: Will need the experience

12 TRAP QUEEN G S Kotzen: Galloped well but bad draw, will need luck in the running

6 16:25 – SUPABETS 0861 76 22 37 PINNACLE STAKES

3 HORIZON C Bass-Robinson: Short of best distance

7 17:05 – INTERBET.CO.ZA 0861 150 160 FM 68 HANDICAP (F & M)

13 GUILTY PLEASURE W A Nel: No comment given

8 17:40 – NEXT RACE MEEETING DURBANVILLE 11 SEPTEMBER 2018 MAIDEN PLATE

1 CHRISTOFPH JMT Stewart: Recovered from blood disorder

7 LETS BE FRANK G S Kotzen: First run after gelding, should need the outing

8 ORANGE BITTERS S J Snaith: Nice type, will need further

9 QUEST S J Snaith: Nice type, will be green and needs further

  • Thanks to Phumelela Publishing

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