Top Combo Can Get A Flyer Today

First race is off at 12h25

The East Cape champion combination of trainer Alan Greeff and jockey Greg Cheyne ended last season on a high and they can maintain the momentum at Fairview today.

Greg Cheyne – terrific last season (Pic – Pauline Herman Photography)

The first Fairview meeting of the new terms is headed by the non black-type Wedgewood Handicap, where the SP top-rated, the 5yo Twice Over mare Studio Blues, looks overdue and cherry ripe to find her fifth win.

With solid and consistent form on both surfaces, she can hold her seven opponents.

The first of the eight races is off at 12h25 – also the Bipot opener.

The false rail is 4m off zero to the 1200m, increasing to 4,5m to the 800m mark, with a 6,5m spur.

Get your racecard here

First-timer / rested horses comments:


1 GENEROUS GUY Y Bremner: No comment given

5 FREEZING FAST Y Bremner: No comment given

6 GO GOODFELLOW A C Greeff: No comment given

7 THOMAS TUCKER D A McKenzie: If not too green, will run well

8 VIBERMATIC S B Kotzen: Experience run


5 BABY SARGE T J Laing: Will need it

6 BEYOND TEMTATION T J Laing: Will need it

7 EVERMORE Y Bremner: No comment given

8 INAN G D Smith: Will need the experience

5 14:45 – BETTING WORLD – 087 741 2777 PINNACLE STAKES

1 ALDO A C Greeff: Horse is well

2 KIMBERLEY STAR A C Greeff: Might need the run

6 MERYL A C Greeff: May be sharp

6 15:30 – PLAY SOCCER 6, 10 and 13 MR 74 HANDICAP

4 GUN HILL Y Bremner: No comment given

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