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Sizzling Hollywoodbets Scottsville Card Today!

First is off at 12h45

Today’s Hollywoodbets Scottsville inside track racemeeting offers a bumper and testing card for exotic bet players.

With temperatures expected to reach 31 degrees today, it should be a sizzler all round.

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The false rail is at 2m with the going recorded as ‘good to soft’.

The first of eight races is off at 12h45 and it is also the 101st race in the R750 000 Hollywoodbets KZN Sizzling Summer Challenge.

After Sunday’s Hollywoodbets Greyville meeting, Serino Moodley was the top points scorer on the jockey’s log with 58 points from his 7 rides, including a winner for the Mike Miller stable. The win also marked the 200th different winner of the KZN Grooms’ Initiative, with Litha Nzxana grooming the winner.

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Keagan de Melo scored 47 points from his 7 rides, including two winners. He’s thus cut down Anton Marcus’ lead on the Summer Challenge leaderboard to just 9 points.

Alyson Wright (credit: hamishNIVENPhotography)

Alyson Wright  has five runners today (Pic- hamishNIVENPhotography)

Alyson Wright was the leading point scorer for trainers with 41 points from her 5 runners, including the impressive Hollywood Syndicate owned winner Gail Force in the first race.

See the latest leaderboard here

Tabnews have published trainer comments ahead of today’s meeting.

  • Race 1

Karen Anthony

No 2 Miller Man – He ran a nice barrier trial on the poly. He should prefer the grass and I’m expecting a decent run from him.

Wayne Badenhorst

No 10 Cardboard Cowboy – Is fit and well and can finish in the money.

Doug Campbell

No 11 Night Journey – Has been showing some nice work and I’m hoping to see improvement.

Dennis Drier/Stuart Ferrie

No 16 Darkest Dawn – He’s a nice horse and if not too green, should be competitive.

Julie Guthrie

No 13 Enzo – Choked up last time out so we have fitted the tongue tie. Expecting a better run

No 9 Solicitor General – His last two runs have been very good and I’m expecting him to fight out the finish.

Glen Kotzen

No 5 Stormin Norman – Has his first run for the stable but his work has been good and he should be competitive.

Garth Puller

No 6 August Red – He’s coming along nicely. He is looking for further but can be in the places.

  • Race 2

Wayne Badenhorst

No 6 Frankie Two Shoes – He’s fit and well. Trying the 1600 meters again and can finish in the placings.

Doug Campbell

No 10 Master George – If jockey Danielson can get him to settle in running he is capable of placing.

Dennis Drier/Stuart Ferrie

No 4 Eagles Vision – Comes back to 1600 meters and from a good draw should be thereabouts.

Dean Kannemeyer

No 5 Fade To Black – Will continue to improve and is one to include in all bets.

Paul Lafferty

No 14 Black Fox – If he can overcome his bad draw he will be a big runner.

No 15 Grey Linngari – Also badly drawn but could be in the first three.

  • Race 3

Doug Campbell

No 11 Stunning Guest – He’s working well and if he can get luck in running from his wide draw he should be a big runner.

Julie Guthrie

No 12 Thrace – Has been off since August last year and should need the run.

Glen Kotzen

No 7 Imperial Rage – Has his first run in KZN but he has been running against stronger in the Cape and he should be the one to beat.

Paul Lafferty

No 13 Noble Flight – Is well and should run a big race.

No 5 Wisp Of Glory – She’s been battling and has it all to do against the males.

Garth Puller

No 9 Cassius Colt – He’s a hard knocker and can hopefully run into the money.

No 8 Magari – He will probably need another run or two.

  • Race 4

Doug Campbell

No 11 Impact Zone – He’s drawn out wide but does like the Scottsville track and hopefully he can run into the places.

Dean Kannemeyer

No 12 Greek Sword – He’s been holding form well since racing in KZN. He is bred to go this distance but only the race will tell. Include in exotics.

Garth Puller

No 8 Twice Golden – He takes a big jump up in distance which is not easy but should be included in quartets.

  • Race 5

Dennis Drier/Stuart Ferrie

No 5 Blackburn Roc – Has been racing against stronger recently. This appears to be the right race for him and he should be competitive.

Paul Lafferty

No 2 Share Holder – If he can settle early on he will run a big race.

  • Race 6

Karen Anthony

No 13 Zadora – She’s well within herself and is always consistent. She does seem to prefer the polytrack but should nevertheless give a good account of herself.

Dennis Drier/Stuart Ferrie

No 6 Rule Of Law – Comes back after a lay-off and should be included in the quartets.

Dean Kannemeyer

No 11 Dive Captain – She has solid form and this 1000 meters should be right up her alley. It is a tricky race but she should be competitive.

  • Race 7

Doug Campbell

No 5 Ooh La La – She’s been working well and should be in the money.

Garth Puller

No 1 Inn A Minute – Takes a big jump in class and may not be quite ready for it. She is also bred for further.

No 12 La Bella – She’s drawn out wide but I’m hoping for a nice run.

No 8 Wishful Girl Linn – Has her second run after a rest and she may still need it.

  • Race 8

Wayne Badenhorst

No 14 Class Of Eight – She’s fit and well and if she can overcome her wide draw, can place.

No 11 Satin Slipper – Has her first run for the stable but is well and could place.

Doug Campbell

No 5 Kildonan Bay – Had a decent first run out of maiden company and I’m hoping she can make the frame.

Glen Kotzen

No 1 Apache Dream – Gets a 4kg apprentice allowance and she can be in the first 4.

Paul Lafferty

No 15 Bint El Malak – She has a very wide draw to overcome but is in good form and with luck in running will be running on strongly.

Garth Puller

No 6 First Sighting – Has her first run over 1400 meters and I’m hoping for a nice run.

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11 comments on “Sizzling Hollywoodbets Scottsville Card Today!

  1. Cecil Pienaar says:

    Very Fair comments. Correct HOT day on course. Track looks 👍

    1. Editor says:

      Enjoy, Cecil


    Candy Galore, Yippee !, almost top of Sporting Post RR


    Cecil, why on earth is Graham Hawkins commentating in your neck of the woods ?


    Cecil, I sweating with Spam Alert, ON THE DOUBLE, LA BELLA and SANSKRIFT in the last leg of the jackpot !

    1. Editor says:

      Unlucky William
      Long delay at start 🙁


    29 %


    excellent news


    Yes … it’s all Hawwaam’s fault !

  8. Cecil Pienaar says:

    Hey William, Well done finding some, most of these upsets… Even the P3 races 4-6 had a c/o… Didn’t see these results coming, especially after the 1st 3, but a Lekker day at my favorite Course..

    Nice to see Anton doing interviews (not stirring) Super win in Race 3..Pools not bad for midweek, mid month

    But results and carry overs will upset GHJ

    Yes Graeme, old timer is still Multi Skilled or demoted, LoL…. Craig must be on leave or took Grand kids to 1st day of school😂

    Cheers 👍

  9. Donald says:

    Graeme Hawkins made one mistake in his race calling but how I enjoyed listening to an ” old pro ” who has a firm grasp of the English language – NO SEMANTICS required !

    ALL our current race callers could learn from him with the exception of Alister Cohen who is world class and Mr. R. Smit who seems to have disappeared from Cape Town ?

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