July ride: Snaith’s runner needs to do well if he is to make it into the Durban July.
She’s A Giver looks a banker at Turffontein. 
Strydom rates Bella Sonata his best ride at Turffontein tomorrow. 
Ormond Ferraris’ charge has been racing against a lot stronger opposition
Work Riders’ Challenge has done wonders for local racing industry.
Merit rating could still be a touch too high.

Columnists Heavenly Blue and Legal Eagle look hard to beat

Unagi can kick the day off well for punters.

Columnists On the prowl for July ride

Janoobi in Daisy Guineas next Sunday will be the first raid on Durban.

Columnists Call Me Winter can make all the running

She will be the one to catch in Race 4, a FM 88 Handicap over 1200m at the course on Friday night.

Columnists Follow Murray at Fairview

His first opportunity comes in Race 1 where he rides Window’s Lamp in this Maiden Juvenile Plate for fillies over 1200m.

Columnists Fort Ember is a PA banker

Princess Charlene’s Turffontein appearance makes meeting extra special.

Columnists Icy Avalanche can make all the running

Already successful twice in raids to Greyville, the Western Winter gelding has proven his liking for the Polytrack.

Columnists Confusion about objections

Al Danza looks to be a Pick 6 banker at Turffontein.

Columnists Challenge bound Captain to lead them home

This son of Captain Al has had two impressive runs over the course and distance, finishing second on both occasions.

Columnists Follow Hewitson at Fairview

Hewitson makes for great eachway bets in Race 3 aboard Oyster Pond and Race 4 on Oriental Tiger.

Columnists Distance concern for Janoobi

Smiling Blue Eyes on track for Triple Tiara triumph.

Columnists Heavenly Blue has right hue

Sean Tarry’s lightly raced charge Al Sahem has plenty of scope for improvement.

Columnists Hewitson faces another Murray challenge

We could witness another nail-biting finish between the two riders on Friday at Fairview when they square up in Race 6.

Columnists Make a little more than Fifty Cents tonight

Cape Town-based runner Fifty Cents could make a triumphant KZN debut in this race.

Columnists Follow Richard to the riches

The first two races are filled to the rafters with first timers so could prove very tricky – follow the money.


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