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On The Sand Today

First off at 12h10

There are nine races carded at Flamingo Park today.

The first is off at 12h10, with the Bipot commencing in the second race at 12h40.

Apprentice Cole Dicken – nice double on Saturday (Pic – JC Photos)

The weather is forecast to be fine and sunny.

Apprentice Cole Dicken rode a nice double at Turffontein on Saturday and he will look to build on that today.

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First-timer / rested horses comments:

1 12:10 – ITSARUSH.CO.ZA WELCOMES YOU MAIDEN PLATE

1 PACHACUTI L J Human: First run on sand after a long break, distance too short and will need racing fitness

5 MASTER KUYNO S Von Willingh Smit: Will be green

11 LADY SHEA WGC Miller: May need the run

2 12:40 – ALL TO COME MR 75 HANDICAP

13 LUCKY VEIL C J Lensley: Will need this run

3 13:10 – INTERBET.CO.ZA 0861 150 160 MAIDEN PLATE

11 WARSAW P L Smith: Showing good work but will need the run

14 JURY M N Prinsloo: Will need the run

8 16:05 – SAVE THE DATE GAUTENG SUMMER CUP 30 NOVEMBER MR 74 HANDICAP

2 ALL THE SEVENS S Miller: Will need the run

3 MIGHTY ROCK WGC Miller: Will need the run

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1 comment on “On The Sand Today

  1. bob kistnasamy says:

    Hi Ed, I was watching the eight race at Turfontein on Saturday, 14 September 2019, including the head on view on a few occasions and noticed interference by the first horse on the second place horse at the 200 meter mark.
    Promise veered of a straight course on two occasions and, in my opinion hampered the run of Flying High on both occasions. What I found quite puzzling was that there was no mention of a race review.
    I tried to access the stipes report in respect of the eighth race but could not locate the reports for that date.

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