The July Log

The Vodacom Durban July log – at 9 May 2012

The Final Field for the R3-million Gr1 Vodacom Durban July – to be run at Greyville on the 7th July – will be declared on Thursday 21-June, when the draws for barrier positions will take place.

1 JACKSON (3C) 116 Brett Crawford
3 EUROPA POINT (IRE) (5M) 109 Mike de Kock
4 POMODORO (3C) 108 Sean Tarry
5 ROYAL BENCHER (3G) 108 Alec Laird
6 BEACH BEAUTY (4F) 107 Dennis Drier
7 PIERRE JOURDAN (5G) 114 Gary Alexander
8 BRAVURA (5G) 113 Joey Ramsden
9 TALES OF BRAVERY (5G) 113 Vaughan Marshall
10 TOP SELLER (4C) 107 Vaughan Marshall
11 CHESALON (4G) 110 Mike Bass
12 THUNDER DANCE (3F) 104 Brett Crawford
13 ILHA BELA (3F) 104 Mike de Kock
14 POLAR BOUND (4G) 108 Brett Crawford
15 SILVER FLYER (3C) 108 Mike de Kock
16 SEAL (4G) 110 Gavin van Zyl
17 ILSANPIETRO (BRZ) (5G) 111 Mike de Kock
18 EBONY FLYER (4F) 107 Justin Snaith
19 SMANJEMANJE (5G) 108 Tyrone Zackey
20 BULSARA (5G) 106 Gavin van Zyl
21 GOLDEN CHATEAU (AUS) (3C) 102 Mike de Kock
22 FLIRTATION (5M) 103 Mike de Kock
23 ASTRO NEWS (3G) 107 Greg Ennion
24 ENGLISH GARDEN (4G) 107 Mike Bass
25 GOLD ONYX (NZ) (4G) 101 Sean Tarry
26 GORONGOSA (IRE) (5M) 101 Mike de Kock
27 BERRY BLAZE (IRE) (4F) 104 Mike de Kock
28 PRINCESS OF LIGHT (4F) 100 Geoff Woodruff
29 LION IN WINTER (5G) 108 Joey Ramsden
30 GALANTHUS (5G) 106 Tyrone Zackey

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