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The first Jackpot starts in the fourth race at 14h15

Fairview Racecourse plays host to an eight-race programme on the polytrack this afternoon.

Richard Fourie has a full book of rides, all of which have a good chance of winning.

The first race is set to take place at 12h30.

Richard Fourie has a full book of rides & all have a good chance of winning (Pic- Candiese Lenferna)

Jimmy The Rich writes that Alan Greeff sends out Viking Moon in Race 7. He has top consistent form lines to his credit.

He was his own worst enemy over 1400m last time as he overraced in the early stages.

He has won five times, finished second once and third twice from nine starts on this course. He will love the drop back in distance and should take a power of beating.

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Trainer Jacques Strydom has returned to form in recent weeks and he saddles Sumida in Race 2. She moved up like a winner last time, but was caught in the shadow of the post.

The daughter of Var has shown very good improvement since relocating to the Eastern Cape.

She is having her third run after a rest today and should be cherry-ripe. If confirming her recent improvement, she may find herself in the winner’s enclosure.

Sumida will run with alumites on her front hooves and remain unshod behind.

The false rail is 3m out at the 421m mark.

  • The Bipot starts in the first race at 12h30
  • The Place Accumulator starts in the second race at 13h05
  • The Pick 6 starts in the third race at 13h40
  • The first Jackpot starts in the fourth race at 14h15
  • The second Jackpot starts in the fifth race at 14h55

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