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Kimberley Classic Heads Flamingo Programme Today

First off at 12h50

Top-class Gauteng apprentice Denis Schwarz, who was crowned Highveld Feature Season Champion on Saturday evening, will take up much of the injured Muzi Yeni’s rides at Flamingo Park today.

Denis Schwarz (photo: Candiese Marnewick)

Denis Schwarz (photo: Candiese Marnewick)

Yeni was injured during the running of the Gr2 WSB 1900 on Saturday but is expected back in action later this week.

The eight races on today’s card are headed by the R110 000 Kimberley Classic, where Prince Josh may deserve another chance after blotting his consistency copybook last time. He is reported by trainer Corrie Lensley to be working very well.

The first race, also the Bipot opener, is off at 12h50.

The weather is expected to be fine.

The track condition is standard.

Get your racecard here

First-timer / rested horses comments:

1 12:50 – ITSARUSH.CO.ZA WELCOMES YOU MAIDEN JUVENILE PLATE

2 CAPEZIO C J Lensley: Will need the run

2 13:20 – ALL TO COME MAIDEN PLATE

9 MARCHER LORD L J Human: Not showing much

11 ALFALFA C J Lensley: Very nice horse and will have a Quartet chance

13 PEGALEA D Cason: Working well, expecting a good race

3 13:50 – INTERBET.CO.ZA 0861 150 160 MAIDEN PLATE (F & M)

3 U FOR ME S Miller: Small chance

5 14:55 – SUPABETS – 0861 76 22 37 MR 72 HANDICAP

9 DOMITIAN S Miller: Will need the run

6 15:30 – KIMBERLEY CLASSIC (Non-Black-Type)

8 PRINCE JOSH C J Lensley: Working very well

8 16:30 – NEXT FLAMINGO PARK RACEMEETING MONDAY 3 JUNE MR 62 HANDICAP

6 FLEXIBLE FUGITIVE (AUS) D Cason: No comment given

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1 comment on “Kimberley Classic Heads Flamingo Programme Today

  1. IAN says:

    The authorities at Kimberley must be congratulated on maintaining 30 minute intervals between races at Flamingo – so refreshing compared to the 35 mins (norm), 40 mins (regularly) and even 45 mins on occasions between races elsewhere. Most races take between 1 & 2 mins, then there’s an interminable (30 mins +) wait before the next. Why? Everyone knows scheduling takes overseas racing into consideration but how can Flamingo manage while others can’t?

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