Justin Snaith dominates Durban July as Do It Again wins

The favourite, African Night Sky, failed to make the top three after a delayed start.

The main race at Africa's biggest equestrian event, the Vodacom Durban July, has been run and the winner is trainer Justin Snaith's horse Do It Again. Snaith's horses also won second and third.

Justin Snaith dominates Durban July as Do It Again wins
Justin Snaith dominates Durban July as Do It Again wins

Justin Snaith dominates Durban July as Do It Again wins

The favourite, African Night Sky, failed to make the top three after a delayed start.

Cool Muzi gets July Fever

Cool Muzi gets July Fever

Also has some good rides on the rest of the card.
Roaring Lion to seek revenge in the Coral-Eclipse Stakes

Roaring Lion to seek revenge in the Coral-Eclipse Stakes

O’Brien still to show his hand for the race.
Luke to show he can rule from the palace

Luke to show he can rule from the palace

Mark Khan could help Radiant Splendour get back to winning ways.
Snaith runners dominate the betting in July day features

Snaith runners dominate the betting in July day features

De Kock could provide a second Pick 6 banker with Soqrat.
Prince’s display honours the king

Prince’s display honours the king

Three winners for Tarry at Greyville.
Majestic Mambo is off to Dubai

Majestic Mambo is off to Dubai

Peter feels conditions in Dubai will be ideal for Majestic Mambo.
Vivir has winning verve

Vivir has winning verve

PrettyPenny, Image Award look the main dangers.
Upmarket Fresnaye too classy

Upmarket Fresnaye too classy

This Western Winter filly came home strongly from well off the pace on yielding going in that race
Khumalo has the touch

Khumalo has the touch

Graduation Day looks to be running into form.
Snowdance will be a popular Pick 6 banker

Snowdance will be a popular Pick 6 banker

De Kock has two strong runners in Golden Horseshoe.
Old Persian to build on Ascot success in Curragh Classic

Old Persian to build on Ascot success in Curragh Classic

Take Financial Contract to challenge for Northumberland Plate honours.
Challenge Trophy to play a role in jockeys’ championship

Challenge Trophy to play a role in jockeys’ championship

Purton rides a fit horse in Doctor Geoff who ventures to the city circuit for the first time and his recent form around Rise High reads very well
July favourite draws well

July favourite draws well

Abashiri lands No2 barrier position.
Fayd’Herbe chases his 4th Winter Derby win

Fayd’Herbe chases his 4th Winter Derby win

Bass-Robinson has a strong hand with four runners.
Johnston to take command with a victory at Beverley

Johnston to take command with a victory at Beverley

Mark Johnston’s youngster has been placed on each of his five starts to date including two victories.
It’s My Turn, says Anton Marcus as he bounces back from injury

It’s My Turn, says Anton Marcus as he bounces back from injury

Ollivander set fair if unspectacular fractions, with It’s My Turn second and outsider Silver De Lange also right up there.
Zulu Dawn and impi to put rivals to the spear

Zulu Dawn and impi to put rivals to the spear

Fortune and Domeyer can keep it in the family.
Form makes Gambado a hard horse to beat

Form makes Gambado a hard horse to beat

Strydom should score a quick double aboard Evolver in Race 8.
My Turn looks Flichity By Farr

My Turn looks Flichity By Farr

It’s the final count-down for some July hopefuls.
Hawkbill tipped to swoop on Prince Of Wales’s at Ascot

Hawkbill tipped to swoop on Prince Of Wales’s at Ascot

Hawkbill could upset the odds in today’s Group 1 Prince Of Wales’s Stakes at Royal Ascot as Cracksman looks to be better over further.
July reaches ‘Fever’ pitch

July reaches ‘Fever’ pitch

Final field announced next Tuesday.
Fabian can sail for joy

Fabian can sail for joy

Jackman is Strydom’s only ride of the day.
Marcus back to ride in Derby

Marcus back to ride in Derby

Woodruff chases Oaks double with Bi Pot.
Murray is geared up for second Hong Kong stint

Murray is geared up for second Hong Kong stint

Durban July win on Majestic Mambo would make for the perfect farewell.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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