Tara’s Travel Guide To Winning

Bipot starts in first at 13h05

The Fairview meeting today is on the turf and gets underway at 13h05, when the first leg of the Bipot will be run.

Tara Laing (photo: Pauline Herman)

Tara Laing – watch her runner in second race

The first-timer and rested horses comments:

1 13:05 – ITSARUSH.CO.ZA WELCOMES YOU MAIDEN PLATE

7 GIMME THE FIRE T Spies: No comment given

9 NORBERTO A C Greeff: No comment given

10 TIBETAN ROUGE JVA Strydom: Slow

12 TWICE A POET T J Laing: Will be green and will need it

13 RIVER DELTA T Spies: Smart Gimmethegreenlight Gelding

14 CAPE IMPERIAL JVA Strydom: Will need the run

2 13:35 – WWW.TABONLINE.CO.ZA FM 76 HANDICAP (F & M)

3 SAO PAULO JVA Strydom: Working well

11 TRAVEL GUIDE T J Laing: Working well, good chance

3 14:05 – TAB PAYS THE FULL DIVIDEND, NO LIMITS MAIDEN PLATE

3 ABRAMO A C Greeff: No comment given

4 14:40 – BETTING WORLD – 087 741 2777 MAIDEN PLATE

10 ROCK FANTASTIC G D Smith: Looking for ground and can place

7 16:25 – JOCKEY CLUB STAKES (Listed)

9 TIFFINDELL S J Snaith: Filly doing well at home, has been waiting for appropriate race

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