Tara Has A Decent Card Today

First off at 13h00

The non black-type Glendore Sprint heads an eight-race programme on the Fairview turf today.

Tara Laing (photo: Pauline Herman)

Tara Laing – strong hand in feature

The first race, also the Bipot opener, is off at 13h00.

Tara Laing is a noted trainer of speed horses and she has a three-pronged attack in the 1000m race, headed by Pathfork gelding Starflash who goes for his fourth win on the trot.

It looks a bit short for the consistent topweight Union Jack. Of the balance, Flight Captain could be dangerous.

Pick up your racecard here

First-timers / Rested Horses Comments:

1 13:00 – SAAF ASSOCIATION WELCOMES YOU WORKRIDERS MAIDEN PLATE

7 SUMMER CLASSIC Y Bremner: No comment given

15 TREE OF LIFE JVA Strydom: Working well

16 AYITA S B Kotzen: Shows pace but first run

2 13:30 – SAAF ASSOCIATION SHACKLETON COMMEMORATION MAIDEN PLATE (F & M)

12 ANGEL ROCHAS S B Kotzen: Will need the experience

4 14:40 – METALMAN MR 90 HANDICAP

7 SHEET WEAVER T J Laing: Too short

6 15:55 – STU DAVIDSON FM 76 HANDICAP (F & M)

5 MAPLE SYRUP A C Greeff: No comment given

7 16:30 – SA AIR FORCE ASSOCIATION GLENDORE SPRINT (Non-Black Type)

2 OMEGA ONSLAUGHT T J Laing: Coming back from a break but has a chance

8 17:05 – NEXT FAIRVIEW RACE MEETING IS FRIDAY 7 DECEMBER FM 60 HANDICAP (F& M)

3 VELVET THUNDER A C Greeff: No comment given

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