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Vodacom Durban July Log – Latest

Final supplementary entries on 18 June

The second log of standings for the 2019 Gr1 Vodacom Durban July was published by Gold Circle on Monday 3 June.

The positions at the top of the tree are largely unchanged with the top two bumping heads in the Gr1 Gold Challenge on Saturday.

Do It Again meets Rainbow Bridge on Saturday in the Gold Challenge

Glen Kotzen will be pleased with the rise of his Gr2 WSB 1900 winner Eyes Wide Open, who has rocketed into number 10 after his impressive last win.

VODACOM DURBAN JULY (Grade 1) Log as at 13:00 Mon 3-Jun-19
R 4,250,000  2200m
WFA: 3yrs-2.0kgs
1 DO IT AGAIN (4G) 125 Justin Snaith
2 RAINBOW BRIDGE (4G) 124 Eric Sands
3 HAWWAAM (3C) 121 Mike de Kock
4 RETURN FLIGHT (3F) 109 Sean Tarry
5 HEAD HONCHO (5G) 122 Andre Nel
6 TWIST OF FATE (3C) 117 Joey Ramsden
7 LADY IN BLACK (4F) 112 Dennis Drier
8 LEGAL EAGLE (7G) 116 Sean Tarry
9 TILBURY FORT (5G) 110 Sean Tarry
10 EYES WIDE OPEN (4C) 109 Glen Kotzen
11 MADE TO CONQUER (5G) 108 Justin Snaith
12 MAGNIFICENT SEVEN (4G) 104 Justin Snaith
13 DIVINE ODYSSEY (4G) 111 J A Janse van Vuuren
14 HERO’S HONOUR (4G) 106 Gary Alexander
15 BARAHIN (3C) 108 Mike de Kock
16 FRESNAYE (4F) 104 Joey Ramsden
17 DOUBLEMINT (4C) 104 Justin Snaith
18 MIYABI GOLD (4F) 105 Justin Snaith
19 CAMPHORATUS (4F) 105 R A Hill/S R Hill
20 ZILLZAAL (3C) 104 Sean Tarry
Next 12 in Alphabetical Order
BANNER HILL (6G) 96 Geoff Woodruff
BUNKER HUNT (3G) 112 Justin Snaith
CHARLES (3C) 104 Brett Crawford
DARK MOON RISING (5G) 106 Paul Lafferty
ELUSIVE SILVA (6G) 103 Justin Snaith
$ INSIGNIS (4F) 102 Geoff Woodruff
ROY HAD ENOUGH (AU (4C) 109 Frank Robinson
ROY’S RIVIERA (AUS (4F) 97 Frank Robinson
RUN RED (4G) 94 Andre Nel
SECRET POTION (4F) 102 Geoff Woodruff
THE DAZZLER (4G) 99 Mike de Kock
TOP CLASSMAN (4G) 84 Paul Lafferty

The final supplementary entries close at 11h00 on Tuesday 18 June.

Weights will be published on the same day.

Final declarations are due by 11h00 on Monday, 24 June.

The final field will be announced 24 hours later.

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9 comments on “Vodacom Durban July Log – Latest

  1. Vincent Prince says:

    July winner from Hawwaam and Return Flight

  2. Sagee says:

    Rainbow Bridge will win the

  3. Adesh rambally says:

    barahin from head honcho

  4. Vee says:

    Eyes wide open looks very well weighted to win.
    EARLY July favourite last year.
    Clever prep Glen Kotzen

  5. Jay T says:

    Hawaam is 3 length clear of Do it again and 3.5 length away of Rainbow. If Head Honcho is fit enough to run the JB met race at MR 122 will run too close to Hawaam than Rainbow and Do it again… Wait n see

  6. Dino says:

    Dekock will win this year

  7. Marlin says:

    I think eyes wide open from rainbow bridge

  8. Mickiel says:

    Here’s ur quartet do it again
    Rainbows bridge
    Eyes wide open
    U can also put twist of fate cause n juglall will come all the way from Mauritius to ride for Joey ramsden

    Watch out k de Melo race 3 cause he likes to win that race last year wit head honcho n 2017 wit crowd pleaser n 2016 wit puntar area’s ppl who knows about racing will know how to back horse’s

    Race4 gimme one night
    Race5 s khumalo

  9. KOMALAN says:

    Musi yeni this year on Barahin

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