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Can Cliffie Start His Getawaycar?

Flamingo Park first off at 12h20

The Kildonan gelding Getawaycar hasn’t seen a cheque in all eight of his KZN starts but things could change at Flamingo Park today when he has his first run for champion trainer, Cliffie Miller.

Cliffie Miller

The former KZN-based Niklaas van Wyk 53 rated maiden takes on some 6 and 7 time winners in the second race, an MR 58 Handicap and is reported to be working very well.

The first race, also the Bipot opener, is off at 12h20.

The second is the Place Accumulator opener and it jumps at 12h50.

Temperatures are forecast to reach 35 degrees this afternoon.

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First-timer / Rested horses comments:

1 12:20 – ITSARUSH.CO.ZA WELCOMES YOU MAIDEN PLATE

7 WILLOUWS HAVOC J V Rugg: Will need the run

8 WILLOUWS RACER J V Rugg: Will need the run

2 12:50 – ALL TO COME MR 58 HANDICAP

7 GETAWAYCAR WGC Miller: Works very well

3 13:30 – TAB PAYS THE FULL DIVIDEND, NO LIMITS MAIDEN PLATE

9 ALBERT MONDEGO C J Lensley: Very nice horse but will be green

8 16:30 – NEXT FLAMINGO PARK RACEMEETING MONDAY 28 OCTOBER MR 86 HANDICAP

1 BOLD COAST WGC Miller: Will need the run

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5 comments on “Can Cliffie Start His Getawaycar?

  1. Cecil Pienaar says:

    Hoping for a (positive) update on Flamingo Park’s future soon…

  2. Dave says:

    What is the current fate of racing in Kimberley ? The last I read on this forum is that there were plans to continue racing beyond December or was that just a good intention but without a real plan/base ? Can the kind editor possibly bring us up to speed here ? Thanks

    1. Editor says:

      Will ask the powers-that-be for an update, Dave

  3. IAN says:

    What a pleasure it used to be to have the 30 min intervals between races at Kimberley. Now that we’re down to 8 races, I see the ridiculous 35/40 min intervals have appeared. Why? The excuse is usually to accommodate overseas racing but there was still overseas racing when the intervals were 30 mins.

  4. waynefouche says:

    There is absolutely no reason to have intervals of 35 minutes or more. It makes for Booorrrriiinnnggg
    racing.Heaven help us on feature race days when intervals are sometimes around 60 minutes plus.

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