40 Chase Hollywoodbets Durban July Dream

Final chance on 14 June for an entry from left field

There were 7 scratchings at second declaration stage on Monday for the R5 million Gr1 Hollywoodbets Durban July, to be run on Saturday 2 July.

Hoedspruit – set to take his chances 9Pic – Chase Liebenberg)

The withdrawal of Lyrical Dance, Motown Magic, Marchingontogether, Decorated, Perfect Witness, Senso Unico, Future Prince and Salvator Mundi this morning, leaves 40 entries currently, with one final supplementary entry opportunity, which closes at 11h00 on Tuesday 14 June.

Race-7 (Turf) R5 000 000 2200m
Hollywoodbets DURBAN JULY (Grade 1)
Open to all Horses
WFA: 3yrs-2kgs
No Apprentice Allowance
0 Belgarion Accepted (6G) 0 130 A Justin Snaith
0 Jet Dark Accepted (4C) 0 130 A Justin Snaith
0 Kommetdieding Accepted (4C) 0 129 A HWJ Crawford/M Rix
0 Do It Again Accepted (7G) 0 126 A Justin Snaith
0 Linebacker Accepted (4G) 0 126 A Vaughan Marshall
0 Double Superlative Scratched (3C) 0 125 A Justin Snaith
0 Al Muthana (AUS) Accepted (4G) 0 122 A Mike de Kock
0 Astrix Accepted (5G) 0 122 BA Paul Peter
0 Mk’s Pride Scratched (4C) 0 122 A Paul Peter
0 Safe Passage Accepted (3G) 0 122 A Mike de Kock
0 Netta Accepted (4F) 0 120 A Paul Peter
0 Puerto Manzano (ARG) Accepted (4G) 0 120 BA J A Janse van Vuuren
0 Aragosta Accepted (3G) 0 118 A Mike de Kock
0 Marina Accepted (4F) 0 118 BA Candice Bass-Robinson
0 Pomp And Power Accepted (3G) 0 118 A Justin Snaith
0 Rain In Holland Scratched (3F) 0 118 A Sean Tarry
0 Red Saxon Accepted (3C) 0 118 A Joe Soma
0 Russian Rock Accepted (4G) 0 118 A Dean Kannemeyer
0 Second Base Accepted (4G) 0 118 BA M J A Janse van Vuuren
0 Zapatillas Accepted (3C) 0 118 A Brett Crawford
0 Bingwa Accepted (4G) 0 117 BA J A Janse van Vuuren
0 Crown Towers (AUS) Accepted (6G) 0 117 A M Justin Snaith
0 Waterberry Lane Accepted (3G) 0 117 A Dean Kannemeyer
0 Zillzaal Accepted (6G) 0 117 AT Sean Tarry
0 Cosmic Highway Scratched (3C) 0 116 A Dean Kannemeyer
0 Flying Carpet Accepted (4C) 0 116 BAT Sean Tarry
0 Hoedspruit Accepted (4G) 0 116 A Justin Snaith
0 Nebraas Accepted (5G) 0 116 BA Sean Tarry
0 Sovereign Spirit Accepted (6G) 0 116 BA Ashley Fortune
0 Sparkling Water Accepted (4F) 0 116 A Mike de Kock
0 Divine Odyssey Accepted (7G) 0 113 BA J A Janse van Vuuren
0 FireAlley Accepted (4G) 0 112 BA Candice Bass-Robinson
0 Shangani Scratched (4G) 0 112 A Paul Peter
0 Shango Scratched (5G) 0 111 BAT Sean Tarry
0 Marigold Hotel Scratched (3F) 0 110 A M Sean Tarry
0 Outofthedarkness Scratched (3G) 0 110 A M J A Janse van Vuuren
0 Senso Unico Scratched (3G) 0 110 A Vaughan Marshall
0 Sprinkles Accepted (3F) 0 110 A Paul Peter
0 Tristful Scratched (6G) 0 110 BA Tony Rivalland
0 Crimson King Accepted (4G) 0 109 A Glen Kotzen
0 Perfect Witness Scratched (3F) 0 109 A Candice Dawson
0 Warrior Accepted (4G) 0 108 A Justin Snaith
0 Zeus Scratched (3C) 0 108 A Fabian Habib
0 Johnny Hero Scratched (5G) 0 107 BA Tyrone Zackey
0 Marchingontogether Scratched (6G) 0 107 AT St John Gray
0 Native Tongue Accepted (4G) 0 107 A M Justin Snaith
0 Super Silvano Accepted (5G) 0 107 BA Brett Crawford
0 Cat Daddy Scratched (6G) 0 106 BA Glen Kotzen
0 Reunion Scratched (4G) 0 105 A Paul Peter
0 Never Ending Rain Accepted (3G) 0 104 BA Glen Kotzen
0 One Way Traffic Accepted (4G) 0 104 A Justin Snaith
0 Flying Bull Accepted (4G) 0 101 A Paul Peter
0 Litigation Scratched (3C) 0 101 AT Sean Tarry
0 Pacaya Scratched (3G) 0 100 A Justin Snaith
0 Salvator Mundi Scratched (4G) 0 100 A Justin Snaith
0 Master Redoute Scratched (3G) 0 99 BA Andre Nel
0 Origami Scratched (4G) 0 99 CA Duncan Howells
0 Paisley Park Scratched (4G) 0 98 AT Sean Tarry
0 Silvano’s Timer Accepted (4G) 0 98 A Dean Kannemeyer
0 Future Prince Scratched (3G) 0 97 A Brett Crawford
0 Lyrical Dance Scratched (4F) 0 95 BA Duncan Howells
0 Motown Magic Scratched (3G) 0 91 AT Mike de Kock
0 Chollima Accepted (3G) 0 90 A Glen Kotzen
0 Naval Guard Accepted (4G) 0 90 A Paul Peter
0 Decorated Scratched (4G) 0 88 A Frank Robinson
0 Great Affair Accepted (4G) 0 83 A Paul Peter
0 Passage Of Power Scratched (3G) 0 81 A Robbie Hill
0 Calibre Crest Scratched (3G) 0 78 A Joe Soma
(68)

The final Hollywoodbets Durban July ‘golden ticket’ race is the R1 250 000 Gr1 Hollywoodbets Gold Challenge, for which 14 entries were received on Monday. The Gold Challenge will be contested at Hollywoodbets Greyville on Saturday 11 June.

The Hollywoodbets Durban July weights will be published on Tuesday, 14 June.

The announcement of the final field and barrier draws will take place on Tuesday, 21 June.

All runners are required to participate in public gallops scheduled for Hollywoodbets Greyville on Thursday, 23 June.

Twenty horses will be carded for the stake-boosted R5 million Gr1 Hollywoodbets Durban July.

With two reserves in the final field, a maximum of eighteen runners will line up at the 2200m marker for the 126th renewal of Africa’s richest graded stakes race, sponsored for the first time by South Africa’s international sportsbook operator, Hollywoodbets.

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3 comments on “40 Chase Hollywoodbets Durban July Dream

  1. Selwyn Elk says:

    Very sad to see that when the field go to the start for the Hollywoodbets DURBAN July on Saturday 2nd , Natal will be without a runner in the showcase race of the season, how times have changed over the years.

  2. jc lee ching says:

    MR EDITOR what a absolute treat to watch the Royal Ascot meeting on the extra channel. The images are crisp and the presentation PROFESSIONAL. Can our 240 mob not be given time off to watch? maybe they could learn something?

    1. Editor says:

      Excellent show from Royal Ascot, JC

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