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July Weights Published

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Capoeira wins the Cup Trial on Saturday – now supplemented for July (Pic – Candiese Lenferna)

The weights for the 2020 Gr1 Vodacom Durban July were published on Tuesday, with Gr3 Cup Trial winner Capoeira supplemented at the last access stage for the big race.

A son of Oratorio, Capoeira impressed at Hollywoodbets Greyville on Saturday over the 1750m. His ability to find the 2200m may have a question mark hanging over it, but he is in good form.

0 Hawwaam Scratched (4C) 60 134 A M Mike de Kock
0 Rainbow Bridge Accepted (5G) 60 134 A Eric Sands
0 Vardy Accepted (4G) 60 134 A Adam Marcus
0 Do It Again Accepted (5G) 59.5 133 A Justin Snaith
0 Soqrat (AUS) Accepted (4C) 59 132 A Mike de Kock
0 Twist Of Fate Accepted (4C) 56.5 127 BA Adam Marcus
0 Bunker Hunt Accepted (4G) 55 124 A Justin Snaith
0 Tierra Del Fuego Accepted (4C) 55 124 A Sean Tarry
0 $Queen Supreme (IRE) Scratched (4F) 54 122 A Mike de Kock
0 Chijmes Scratched (4G) 53 120 A Gary Alexander
0 Belgarion Accepted (4G) 53 119 A Justin Snaith
0 Got The Greenlight Accepted (3C) 53 118 AT Joe Soma
0 It’s My Turn Accepted (7G) 53 118 A Dean Kannemeyer
0 Divine Odyssey Accepted (5G) 53 117 A J A Janse van Vuuren
0 Shango Accepted (3C) 53 116 BAT Sean Tarry
0 $Capoeira (4G) 53 115 BA Andre Nel
0 Eyes Wide Open Accepted (5G) 53 115 A Glen Kotzen
0 Golden Ducat Accepted (3G) 53 115 A Eric Sands
0 Hero’s Honour Accepted (5G) 53 115 A Gary Alexander
0 Padre Pio Accepted (3G) 53 115 A Dennis Bosch
0 Roy Had Enough (AUS) Scratched (5H) 53 115 A Frank Robinson
0 Magnificent Seven Scratched (5G) 53 114 A Justin Snaith
0 Pack Leader Accepted (5G) 53 111 BA Glen Kotzen
0 Crown Towers (AUS) Scratched (4G) 53 109 A Justin Snaith
0 Tristful Accepted (4G) 53 109 A Tony Rivalland
0 Sachdev Scratched (3G) 53 108 A Justin Snaith
0 Western Fort Accepted (3C) 53 108 CA Paul Peter
0 Herodotus Scratched (4G) 53 107 CA Glen Kotzen
0 Nexus Scratched (4G) 53 107 A Justin Snaith
0 G G’s Dynasty Scratched (4G) 53 106 A Brett Crawford
0 Leopold Scratched (3G) 53 106 A J A Janse van Vuuren
0 D’ Arrivee Scratched (5G) 53 105 A Candice Dawson
0 Majestic Mozart Scratched (4G) 53 105 AT Candice Bass-Robinson
0 Promiseofamaster Scratched (3G) 53 104 A Candice Dawson
0 Cornish Pomodoro Scratched (3C) 53 102 AT Sean Tarry
0 Silver Host Scratched (3G) 53 102 A Justin Snaith
0 Cat Daddy Scratched (4G) 53 101 A Glen Kotzen
0 Duke Of Spin Accepted (4G) 53 101 A Mike de Kock
0 Liberty Hall Scratched (3G) 53 101 A Dean Kannemeyer
0 More Magic Scratched (4G) 53 101 A Candice Bass-Robinson
0 Sovereign Spirit Accepted (4G) 53 100 BA Candice Bass-Robinson
0 Tree Tumbo Scratched (3G) 53 99 A Sean Tarry
0 Vikram Scratched (4G) 53 99 BA Andre Nel
0 Alibi Guy Scratched (3G) 53 98 A Mike de Kock
0 Born To Perform Scratched (5G) 53 98 PA Dennis Bosch
0 Azores Scratched (3G) 53 97 A Dean Kannemeyer
0 Silvano’s Pride Accepted (4F) 52 118 A Justin Snaith
0 Snapscan Scratched (4F) 52 118 A Glen Kotzen
0 Miyabi Gold Accepted (5M) 52 115 A Justin Snaith
0 Lady Of Steel Scratched (3F) 52 113 A J A Janse van Vuuren
0 Victoria Paige Accepted (3F) 52 112 A M Sean Tarry
0 Roy’s Riviera (AUS) Accepted (5M) 52 111 BA Frank Robinson
0 Camphoratus Accepted (5M) 52 110 A R A Hill/S R Hill
0 Return Flight Scratched (4F) 52 106 AT Sean Tarry
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12 comments on “July Weights Published

  1. Ian says:

    I say it again they all need to start running now to beat Rainbow Bridge.
    Even Hawwaam’s running away

    1. Editor says:

      Hi Ian
      Plse add your surname
      (Apologies to Donald!)

  2. Praveen Gokul says:

    I make Got The Greenlight & Padre Pio big runners with 53kgs. Golden Ducat not to be left out either. Vardy, Rainbow Bridge & Belgarion for the places. I was hoping for Bernard Fayed Herbe to get a ride in the big one, but don’t think he can make the weight on whats available

  3. Martin le Roux says:

    To all those non believers Soqrat will show you just how far Hawwaam would have won had he stayed in SA. My money with Soqrat

  4. WILLIAM MILKOVITCH says:

    I’d love it if the top four places in The July could be filled by our world class jockeys of colour = T Gumede, Jubu Jacobs, Jospin Solomons & Mr. K Sakayi

  5. Jay August says:

    Martin (le Roux), I wonder how differently Soqrat would have been campaigned had he not been in the same stable as Hawwaam and whether that difference may have given him more respect?

    He has been a consistently good performer from two to four with an ability to produce at least two standout performances each season. Had he been born in any other year than 2015, he may well have been accorded more respect, and achieved more.

    Of the three-year-old’s it seems that most are ignoring the claim of Shango. He is a complicated horse who needs a decent pace and a clever jockey and if he gets those he may well be the best value bet in the 2020 July.

  6. Ashley Maistry says:

    Hi ED, do you have a list with confirmed Jockeys ?

    1. Editor says:

      Sure

      Rainbow Bridge 60 134 A …………… Eric Sands
      Vardy 60 134 A C Zackey Adam Marcus
      Do It Again 59.5 133 A A Marcus Justin Snaith
      Soqrat (AUS) 59 132 A C Murray Mike de Kock
      Twist Of Fate 56.5 127 BA A Domeyer Adam Marcus
      Bunker Hunt 55 124 A G van Niekerk Justin Snaith
      Tierra Del Fuego 55 124 A G Lerena Sean Tarry
      Belgarion 53 119 A R Fourie Justin Snaith
      Divine Odyssey 53 117 A S Randolph J A Janse van Vuuren
      Duke Of Spin 53 101 A …………… Mike de Kock
      Eyes Wide Open 53 115 A …………… Glen Kotzen
      Golden Ducat 53 115 A …………… Eric Sands
      Got The Greenlight 53 118 L Hewitson Joe Soma
      Hero’s Honour 53 115 A …………… Gary Alexander
      It’s My Turn 53 118 A …………… Dean Kannemeyer
      Pack Leader 53 111 BA …………… Glen Kotzen
      Padre Pio 53 115 A …………… Dennis Bosch
      Shango 53 116 TBA …………… Sean Tarry
      Sovereign Spirit 53 100 BA …………… Candice Bass-Robinson
      Tristful 53 109 A S Veale Tony Rivalland
      Western Fort 53 108 CA …………… Paul Peter
      Camphoratus 52 110 A …………… R A Hill/S R Hill
      Miyabi Gold 52 115 A …………… Justin Snaith
      Roy’s Riviera (AUS) 52 111 BA …………… Frank Robinson
      Silvano’s Pride 52 118 A K de Melo Justin Snaith
      Victoria Paige 52 112 AM *L J Ferraris Sean Tarry

  7. Ashley Maistry says:

    Thank you

  8. Ashley Maistry says:

    @Jay August – I totally agree with your last comment re: Shango. He is a 3 time winner, who could have been a 5 time winner had he not been baulked by Alibi Guy in a 1900m race at Greyville as a 2yr old and not lost the Derby (was bumped twice) a few weeks ago. Interesting that he is at 40-1 versus Got the Greenlight who is at 7-1 as they were super close in the Derby. I remember Pomodoro dead hearing in the Derby. Then came to Daily News and ran 7th i think… Then went on to Win the July turning the formline on its head against the favourite Jackson. Shango is following almost same steps… Only concern is a Jockey hasn’t been declared…

  9. Daniel Lopes says:

    I think DO IT AGAIN will do it just because theres so much involved in racing these days ( politics) A Marcus got the ride nows the horse and wished he could of ridden this horse last year… now has the chance again just to make history in the time line of horse racing. bearly any money going for this horse this year which will make it a great price at probably 4/1 I say. any way just my opinion on what I like, all the best to the punters!

  10. Boete sing says:

    Mr Bosch I wonder Gareth Wright can ride 53 kg padre pio with that weight will make them run pls lets hope he makes the final field even serino moodley is an option counting the days

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