A Divine Day At Fairview

First is off at 12h35

The first local meeting of the day takes place on the polytrack at Fairview Racecourse and eight races are carded.

The main event is Race 7 which is the Non-Black Type Fairview 1900.

The first is due off at 12h35.

Follow Chase Maujean as he rides Divine Odyssey in race 7 today! (Pic – Pauline Herman)

Divine Odyssey from the Johan Janse van Vuuren yard takes his place in the Non-Black Type Fairview 1900. He ran a cracker when finishing fourth in the Grade 1 Betway Summer Cup at Turffontein last time.

It must be noted that the form of that race has been franked. He has won twice from three starts on this course. Chase Maujean retains the ride and if all went well with his travels, he should be too good for this field.

Hollywoodbets-sponsored trainer Gavin Smith sends out Duke Of Orange in Race 5. He showed some signs of a form return in his last start over this course and distance.

He should have finished closer to the winner that day as he hung in the closing stages. The son of Duke Of Marmalade has dropped in the ratings and takes a drop in class. If keeping on a straight line, he is capable of returning to winning ways.

Please note that E Webber will not be riding today. 

General Information as at 30 December 07:36
Weather Overcast, 21degs, 28km/h Easterly Tail Wind
Rainfall Last 24 Hours: 4mm Last 7 Days: 15mm
Irrigation Last 24 Hours: Last 7 Days:
Penetrometer Reading
Track Condition Standard
False Rail 3m out at the 421m Mark
  • · The Bipot starts in the first race at 12h35
  • · The Place Accumulator starts in the second race at 13h10
  • · The Pick 6 starts in the third race at 13h45
  • · The first Jackpot starts in the fourth race at 14h20
  • · The second Jackpot starts in the fifth race at 14h55

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