Yeni Replaces Fourie Today

The first race at Fairview is off at 12h35

Eight races are carded on the polytrack at Fairview Racecourse this afternoon.

Muzi Yeni will make the trip to the Eastern Cape to replace Richard Fourie for the powerful Alan Greeff stable.

The first is due off at 12h35.

Luyolo Mxothwa rides Naval Secret in race 8 today (Pic – Pauline Herman)

Hollywoodbets-sponsored trainer Cliffie Miller saddles Naval Secret in the lucky last. He has been racing in features in his last three starts. He won a good race in the Non-Black Type Nelson Mandela Bay Racing Poly Challenge over this course and distance, three runs ago.

The son of Captain Al takes a drop-in class. He does have a wide draw of eleven to overcome, but is likely to be switched off near the rear of the field and will be mowing down the frontrunners.

Tuk Tuk from the Gavin Smith stable takes his place in Race 6. He took on stronger company in his last start over 1200m on this course. He has won twice and finished second once from four starts over this course and distance. He takes a drop back in class and on best form shown, he can notch up his fourth career victory.

General Information as at 02 December 08:03
Weather Overcast, 23deg, 41kph West South Westerly cross wind
Rainfall Last 24 Hours: Nil Last 7 Days: Nil
Irrigation Last 24 Hours: Last 7 Days:
Penetrometer Reading
Track Condition Standard
False Rail 3m out at 421m
  • The Bipot starts in the first race at 12h35
  • The Place Accumulator starts in the second race at 13h10
  • The Pick 6 starts in the third race at 13h45
  • The first Jackpot starts in the fourth race at 14h20
  • The second Jackpot starts in the fifth race at 14h55

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