Carlita vs March Music Today

First off at 13h00

Today’s Fairview eight-race meeting is on the turf, with the match between Carlita and the consistent March Music likely to be the highlight in the R75 000 Guineas Plate – off time 15h15.

Can Carlita concede 6kgs to March Music?

Carlita, who will be partnered by Greg Cheyne, has to give 6kgs to the overdue March Music, who jumps from a 1 draw with SA Champion Lyle Hewitson in the irons.

The first race is also the first leg of the Bipot and goes off at 13h00.

Pick up a racecard here

Trainer Comments – First timers /Rested horses

1 13:00 – ITSARUSH.CO.ZA WELCOMES YOU MAIDEN PLATE

3 CHANONE’S THEORY JVA Strydom: Too short

8 LLOYD GEORGE A C Greeff: No comment given

11 ZABIVAKA T J Laing: Will need the run

16 GRACI LITEHOUSECAT JVA Strydom: Will need the run

3 14:05 – RACING ASSOCIATION PINNACLE STAKES

3 GO DIRECT T J Laing: Will need the run

5 15:15 – INTERBET.CO.ZA 0861 150 160 GUINEAS PLATE (Fillies)

6 GREEN SEA G D Smith: May need the run

6 15:55 – WWW.TABONLINE.CO.ZA MR 89 DIVIDED HANDICAP

8 SILVER SPINE T J Laing: Must have a good chance

7 16:30 – BETTING WORLD – 087 741 2777 MR 68 DIVIDED HANDICAP

7 COYOTE CREEK Y Bremner: No comment given

8 17:05 – NEXT FAIRVIEW RACE MEETING IS FRIDAY 16 NOVEMBER FM 76 HANDICAP (F& M)

2 ADORADA E Kaknis: Will need the run after comeback

4 TSESSEBE A C Greeff: No comment given

11 PEPPER DUST G D Smith: Does not act on poly, has been waiting for turf

12 STAR BURST S B Kotzen: First run for stable

13 GLENNIE D A McKenzie: No comment given

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