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Race 4 No 7
Although beaten 10 lengths last time out, Tac It Twice finished a clear second and all that tells you is that she bumped in to a very good horse on the day.
What is going for her is the fact she is yet to miss the first three places after two attempts. The only real chink in her armour is the fact she tends to give ground at the start. The good news is that she by far has the best form in this line-up and because this three-year-old only has six horses to beat, should have no trouble overcoming the wide draw.
Race 5 No 4
You really cannot fault At The Opera’s form since relocating to Kimberley from KwaZulu-Natal.
Following a promising second at Greyville, he showed a tremendous for the Flamingo Park sand – beating Pius Old by an extending 2.50 lengths and justifying hotpot favouritism in the process.
He has clearly found his nice in Kimberley and although drawn worst of all, his biggest danger Now And Forever always finds something to beat him so he is hard to recommend for the win.
For Quartet purposes, consider floating the pair with the field.
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