Crusade Colt Looks The Business Today

Change of Fairview racetime - fourth is off at 14h25

Time is running out to build that Vodacom Durban July day cash kitty.

Racing is at Fairview today where the Bipot kicks off in the first race at 12h35.

Alfeo – can win the feature today (Pic – Pauline Herman Photography)

The feature is the R200 000 Listed Champion Juvenile Cup where the consistent Alan Greeff trained Alfeo can register his fourth win from 6 starts.

The son of Crusade is drawn wide and has his smart fairer sex stablemate Madame Speaker as his main threat in the thirteen horse field. The daughter of Pathfork has drawn at 3 and is a course-and-distance winner.

Grab a racecard here

Here are the first-timer and rested horses comments:

1 12:35 – ITSARUSH.CO.ZA WELCOMES YOU MAIDEN JUVENILE PLATE (Fillies)

13 SAMBA WITH SUZIE T J Laing: Small filly has a place chance

14 SKY FLASH G D Smith: Should need the experience

15 TORAN’S GIRL JVA Strydom: Will need the run

2 13:10 – WWW.TABONLINE.CO.ZA MAIDEN PLATE

4 COAL Y Bremner: No comment given

5 MASTERFUL G D Smith: Nice type, can place

6 MR MAGICIAN G W Uren: Nice little horse but may need the run

5 15:00 – PLAY SOCCER 6, 10 and 13 PINNACLE STAKES (F & M)

4 CHRISTMAS CAROL A C Greeff: No comment given

8 16:45 – NEXT FAIRVIEW RACE MEETING IS MONDAY 9 JULY MR 66 HANDICAP

12 BURNT ROCK T Spies: Should need the run but could run into minor places

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