Encryption – Read Between The Lines Today

The first Jackpot starts in the fourth race at 14h10

Racing has been changed from the turf to the polytrack at Fairview Racecourse this afternoon.

There are eight races carded with the first due off at 12h25.

Luyolo Mxothwa rides Encryption in Race 6 today (Pic- Candiese Lenferna)

Jimmy The Rich writes that trainer Juan Nel saddles Linguee in Race 3 and he is the best bet on the card. He showed some nice improvement in his last start over 2000m on the turf.

The manner in which he stayed on at the finish that day suggests that he will love the rise to 2200m.

He should strip a much fitter horse this afternoon and with Richard Fourie retaining the ride, he should be the one to beat.

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Encryption from the Sharon Kotzen stable represents decent each way value in Race 6.

She raced from a handy position over 1400m on the turf last time, but found one too good in the form of Aqua Delta.

It must be noted that the horse that finished fourth that day has come out and won since. The 5yo mare is back against her own sex this afternoon and can return to winning ways.

Francois Herholdt will not be riding today as he is medically indisposed.

Race 3 will now be run over 2200m. Races 5, 6 and 7 will be run over 1300m.

The false rail is 3m out at the 421m Mark.

  • The Bipot starts in the first race at 12h25
  • The Place Accumulator starts in the second race at 13h00
  • The Pick 6 starts in the third race at 13h35
  • The first Jackpot starts in the fourth race at 14h10
  • The second Jackpot starts in the fifth race at 14h50

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