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Durbanville Today

First off at 13h25 today

There are eight races carded at Durbanville today. This is the last scheduled meeting at the country course for some time as racing switches to Kenilworth on Saturday.

The false rail is set at 3m on the turn, with a 5m spur at approximately the 400m mark

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First-timer / Rested horses comments:

1 13:25 – ITSARUSH.CO.ZA WELCOMES YOU MAIDEN PLATE (F & M)

4 DIVA’S EXPRESS W A Nel: Has had a grass gallop and should run well

5 JOYFUL TRIP B Crawford: May need the run

6 NOBLE STRIDE A N Marcus: Scratched

2 14:00 – BETTING WORLD 087 741 2777 MAIDEN PLATE (3-year-olds)

5 CYCLONIC BREEZE W A Nel: Has had a grass gallop and should run well

3 14:35 – TABONLINE.CO.ZA MAIDEN PLATE

2 ELUSIVE TANGO G W Ennion: Has had a grass gallop, but will need this run

4 GO MAN GO W A Nel: Has had a grass gallop and should run well

5 JACK THE JETSETTER C Bass-Robinson: Nice horse but may be a bit short

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5 comments on “Durbanville Today

  1. WILLIAM MILKOVITCH says:

    Field sizes : R1 – 5 / R2 -6 / R3 – 6 / R4 – 6 / oooh R5 – 7 / R8 -11… oh well done

  2. Reza says:

    Yes with trainers having 120 and more horses in their respective yards why are the fields so small ,I think if Durbanville was a polly track it would of had full fields, how is this sustainable, you need more smaller yards to solve the small field problems, I think you should open racing to owner trainers again ,it will definitely spark more interest in racing, or racing is gonna die out in Cape Town

  3. WILLIAM MILKOVITCH says:

    Racing in Cape Town is already on an incubation machine to stay alive

  4. Cecil Pienaar says:

    On the bright side, PE hosting 4 meetings from from 18 to 27 Oct, 2 poly, 2 turf 👍

    Mr Ed, hope you planning a follow up Article on Flamingo Park’s future?

    Where is that guy Cliffie Miller, he is in the know??

    No news is good news I (we) hope!

    1. Editor says:

      Hundred percent Cecil!

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