Marmara Sea Looks Best

The first Jackpot starts in the fourth race at 14h10

The first race on today’s Fairview card is for Juveniles which takes place on the turf and the rest of the eight-race programme is on the polytrack surface.

The opening race is set for 12h25.

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

Jimmy The Rich writes that Marmara Sea from the Alan Greeff stable takes his place in Race 7 and he is the best bet on the card.

He has top consistent form lines to his credit. He was running on nicely at the finish over 1400m last time, but found one too good in the form of Global Drummer.

He has won four times and finished third once from as many starts over this course and distance. From his mid-field draw, he should notch up his twelfth career victory.

Sharon Kotzen saddles Florida Keys in Race 6 with Luyolo Mxothwa in the saddle. She is having her first run in the Eastern Cape for the stable.

She produced good form in Gauteng before the 11-week break.

The daughter of Soft Falling Rain is back against her own sex and if suited to the polytrack, she may be the one to beat.

Weather: Overcast, 25 degrees, 22 km/h East South Easterly Tail /Cross Wind
Rainfall: Last 24 Hours: Nil Last 7 Days: 41mm
Irrigation: Last 24 Hours: Nil Last 7 Days: Nil
Penetrometer Reading: 21 (Turf)
Track Condition: Turf – Good / Poly – Standard
False Rail: None
  • 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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