Newsflash: ‘I Will Win The Last’

Richard Fourie gives punters the confidence

For those who missed MJ Byleveld’s post-race chat earlier with Hollywoodbets Durbanville first race runner-up Richard Fourie, the top jockey said “I will win the last” when asked about his best ride of the day.

He partners the lightly raced War Chariot for Michelle Rix in the eighth race. The son of Pomodoro is currently quoted at 4-1 with Hollywoodbets.

Fourie produced Kaapse Klopse with a strong late effort to run second to Big Unit in the opener.

Kaapse Klopse is definitely one for the maiden notebook.

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