Perfection Looks Right

Early start - 11h25

Racing takes place on the turf track at Fairview Racecourse and ten races are carded.

There are two feature events including the Listed Glenlair Trophy and the Non-Black Type Fairview Flying Five. It is an early start to the day with the first due off at 11h25.

Perfection – can win again! (Pic – Pauline Herman)

Hollywoodbets-sponsored trainer Gavin Smith saddles Perfection in Race 2. He has won his last two starts with ease, the latest of which was the Listed East Cape Guineas on the polytrack.

He has won twice and finished second twice from five starts on this course. He is likely to have his own way in front once again and if seeing out the 2000m, he may be hard to peg back in the run down to the line.

Vihzoe’s Magic from the Lunga Gila stable takes her place in Race 5. She ran a fair race against stronger company over 1400m on this course last time. It must be noted that the form of that race has been franked.

The manner in which she has finished off her recent efforts suggests that she will be suited to the mile. From her good draw of three, she can notch up her sixth career victory.

General Information as at 14 April 08h10
Weather Overcast and Windy, 21 deg, 42-65 km/h South Westerly Cross Wind
Rainfall Last 24 Hours: 5.5mm Last 7 Days: 9.5mm
Irrigation Last 24 Hours: Nil Last 7 Days: 7mm
Penetrometer Reading 24
Track Condition Good to Soft
False Rail 5m off zero to the 1200m decreasing to 1m around the turn increasing to 2m at the 800m mark with a 3m spur
  • The Bipot starts in the second race at 11h55
  • The Place Accumulator starts in the third race at 12h25
  • The Pick 6 starts in the fourth race at 12h55
  • The first Jackpot starts in the fifth race at 13h30
  • The second Jackpot starts in the seventh race at 14h40

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