Human Rights Day At Turffontein

The first is off at 12h00

Racing on Human Rights Day today is on the Turffontein Inside course and ten races are carded.

Winning Form-sponsored jockey Kabelo Matsunyane has eight rides booked with a couple of decent winning chances and he may be the man to follow.

The first is due off at 12h00.

A reminder that the Hollywoodbets Punters’ Challenge offers another chance to win big!

Trainer Mike de Kock saddles Red Hot Rose in Race 2 and she looks to be the best bet on the programme. She produced an eye-catching debut effort over 1160m on the Standside course.

She was slow into stride but finished her race off strongly.

Watch her first run replay here:

The daughter of Flower Alley would have gained from the experience and will love the extra distance on offer. With the natural improvement that is expected, she should be the one to beat.

Eagle Alley from the Sean Tarry stable takes his place in Race 7. He showed good signs of a form return in his last start over 1450m on this course.

He jumped inwards leaving the starting stalls, but the manner in which he finished off his race was encouraging. The son of Silvano takes a slight drop in class and if confirming his recent improvement, he may be the one to beat.

Muzi Yeni remains under an interim suspension and thus does not ride today. Raymond Danielson is medically indisposed.

General Information as at 21 March 07h56
Weather Mostly sunny, 15 to 28 degs, 11 to 24km/h north westerly cross/head wind. Sunset@ 6:18pm
Rainfall Last 24 Hours: Nil Last 7 Days: Nil
Irrigation Last 24 Hours: 9mm Last 7 Days: 33mm
Penetrometer Reading 22
Track Condition Good
False Rail 4m on the back straight and bend with a 4m spur at the 500m mark.
  • The Bipot starts in the second race at 12h30
  • The Place Accumulator starts in the third race at 13h05
  • The Pick 6 starts in the fourth race at 13h40
  • The first Jackpot starts in the fifth race at 14h15
  • The second Jackpot starts in the seventh race at 15h25

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