Columnists 26.11.2016 06:11 am

Woodruff set to win again

Word is Master Sabina is putting up excellent work at home.

We run the R2-million Gauteng Sansui Summer Cup over 2000m at Turffontein today and fortunately we have had some good rain, which we need for the country and must appreciate. But from a racing perspective, we could have had too much.

Woodruff set to win again
Woodruff set to win again

Woodruff set to win again

Word is Master Sabina is putting up excellent work at home.

From waterboy to top racing trainer
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From waterboy to top racing trainer

The 34-year-old Vereeniging-bred trainer’s winning strike rate for November so far is a phenomenal 42.11%.
Rikitikitana is distance suited
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Rikitikitana is distance suited

Rikitikitana ran on strongly and finished third and just a head behind the winner Open Heir.
Jockeys’ Challenge a goal
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Jockeys’ Challenge a goal

Top-three hopes for Saratoga Dancer in the Sansui Summer Cup.
The secret Is out at Kenilworth
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The secret Is out at Kenilworth

The Captain Al filly won all three of her starts and is already a Grade 1 winner.
Soft course favours the fit
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Soft course favours the fit

Talktothestars is Strydom’s best ride but respect Legal Eagle.
Roy can be second in Budapest
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Roy can be second in Budapest

This course and distance also plays nicely into such tactics.
Scent of success at Fairview
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Scent of success at Fairview

Scent has performed well at Fairview, running six times for three wins and three places.
Beaute Noire is improving with each run
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Beaute Noire is improving with each run

Beaute Noire is one of three decent runners for the Weiho Marwing-Marco van Rensburg combination.
Palladium can overcome My Pal Al at Scottsville
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Palladium can overcome My Pal Al at Scottsville

My Pal Al has won on the surface and was a long head in front of Palladium.
St Tropez can blow them away at the Charity Mile
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St Tropez can blow them away at the Charity Mile

From a punter’s point of view this is often one of the most difficult races to assess, as so many top-quality horses compete against one another.
Diamond in the Sky can shine at Greyville
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Diamond in the Sky can shine at Greyville

This Var filly has done well on this surface having finished runner-up behind Last Chirp in June.

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