Kenilworth Saturday 4 March 2017 Best Bets


Winning Form brings you their best tips for Kenilworth's racing on Saturday the 4th of March 2017.  Tips provided come from Winning Form, as well as their back page tipster - Magic Tips by eMeM.

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Race 1: KASIMIR(5)

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Race 1: KASIMIR(5)
Jockey: Greg CHEYNE - Trainer: Justin SNAITH 

is highly touted by his former champion trainer and his promising debut on Met Day proved exactly why. The son of Captain Al was heavily supported in the betting market and he ran on strongly for a close 2nd over the minimum distance against winners. Obviously, it usually gets tricky over this extra furlong for the juveniles but the bay colt would have come on appreciably from the experience and he appears as though he will relish this distance. That formline has already been boosted by the 5th placed entrant Nanna Anna who won comfortably since.

Race 3: QUICKFIRE(11)
Jockey: Richard FOURIE - Trainer: Glen KOTZEN 

QUICKFIRE tired late on his fair debut over this c & d last month but should make natural improvement today. The form of that start was boosted when the 7th placed entrant Tweak The Wind won comfortably, albeit in a workrider's event next time out.

Jockey: Greg CHEYNE - Trainer: Brett CRAWFORD 

Top jockey Greg Cheyne's acquaintance with BOBBY DAZZLER could prove significant as the pair reunite today. The grey gelding has shown smart ability to date but he certainly cost himself victory when shifting ground at a crucial stage of his last c & d effort on his handicap debut. Interestingly, he was only penalised a pound for his exertions and the son of Pathfork could prove very tough to beat in this lesser company.

Race 7: GYRE(2)
Jockey: Richard FOURIE - Trainer: Adam MARCUS
GYRE has continued his remarkable run of seconds and perhaps the in-form services of top jockey Fourie can make the difference for the son of Windrush. The four-year-old couldn't withstand the finishing burst of LOADSHEDDER when outrun late over this c & d recently but he is now 2.5kgs better off with his conqueror. Furthermore, he is drawn on the outside of the course and that may be significant if the field heads to the standside of the track after turning for home. 

Race 5: STEP OUT(8)  
Jockey: Richard FOURIE - Trainer: Glen KOTZEN

This is an extremely tricky ten-furlong handicap but the three-year-olds could have a big say. STEP OUT has shown promise from day one and is still a lightly raced daughter of Silvano who tries ten furlongs for the first time in her career. She was surprisingly docked four pounds in her merit rating despite make steady late progress in a competitive mile handicap three weeks ago. This trip should be right up her alley, particularly in a likely slow run affair and the chestnut filly does appear well handicapped. Her pole barrier position only enhances her chances.

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