Dancing Arabian Is Worth Including

Jackpot 1 starts in the fifth race at 14h20

Nine races are scheduled to take place on the Vaal Classic course this afternoon.

The first race is due off at 12h05 and the lucky last is set for 16h45.

Gavin Lerena rides Dancing Arabian from the Roy Magner Yard in Race 3. (Pic- JC Photos)

Jimmy The Rich writes that Candice Dawson saddles Eliud in Race 4. He has found a good form return in his last two starts over this distance.

He was slow into stride last time, but finished his race off well.

He has won once and finished third once from as many starts on this course. If jumping on terms, he can return to winning ways.

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Dancing Arabian from the Roy Magner yard takes her place in Race 3. She is much better than her last start over 1600m.

It must be noted that the horse that finished second that day has come out and won since. She finished second in her only attempt over this distance.

Gavin Lerena takes the ride and from pole position, he may be able to coax that little bit extra out of her where it matters most.

Joshwin Solomons will not be riding today as he is injured.

The false rail is 4m on the back straight, 5.5m on the bend with a 5m spur at the 600m mark.

  • The Bipot starts in the second at 12h35
  • The Place Accumulator starts in the third at 13h05
  • The Pick 6 starts in the fourth at 13h40
  • Jackpot 1 starts in the fifth race at 14h20
  • Jackpot 2 starts in the sixth race at 14h55

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