Mosia – In His Prime Today

The first race at Vaal is off at 12h35

A work riders meeting on the Vaal Classic course is alongside Fairview this afternoon.

The first is due off at 12h35 with the lucky last set for 16h25.

Ashley Fortune (Pic – JC Photos)

Prime Example from the Ashley Fortune stable takes his place in Race 6 and he is the best bet on the card. He received a bump when leaving the start over 1800m, ran on but found one too good in the form of Otto Luyken.

The son of Canford Cliffs should be at home over this distance. He is the best horse in the race and with Samuel Mosia in the saddle, he should take a power of beating.

Trainer Shaylen Naidoo saddles Carnelo in Race 7. He has finished second in his last two starts, the latest of which was over this course and distance.

He was running on too late last time and found one too good in the form of Global Approach. The tongue-tie seems to have done the trick and he may find himself in the winner’s enclosure with Tshepiso Matsoele.

General Information as at 15 November 08:07
Weather Mostly Sunny, 13-26degs, 13-28 km/h North Westerly Cross/Head wind, sunset @ 18:36
Rainfall Last 24 Hours: Nil Last 7 Days: 99m
Irrigation Last 24 Hours: Nil Last 7 Days: Nil
Penetrometer Reading 26
Track Condition Good to Soft
False Rail Zero back straight to 2m on the bend with a 2m spur at 600m; Start forward of Zero : 4m
  • The Bipot starts in the first race at 12h35
  • The Place Accumulator starts in the second race at 13h10
  • The Pick 6 starts in the third race at 13h50
  • The first Jackpot starts in the fourth race at 14h25
  • The second Jackpot starts in the fifth race at 14h55

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