Winning Form brings us their best bets and tips from Durbanville on Tuesday.
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Race 2: MEL’S PRINCESS(4)
Race 5: SENSO UNICO(9)
Race 7: GREY PRINCESS(7)
Race 8: ENCHANTED CREEK(4)
Race 1: RHYTHM OF THE RA(13)
Trainer: Crawford HWJ/R Jockey: Marcus A
RHYTHM OF THE RAIN produced a promising debut effort over 1000m at Kenilworth. She was slow into stride but once finding her feet, she finished her race off well. The daughter of Soft Falling Rain would have gained from the experience and should enjoy the extra distance on offer. With the natural improvement that is expected, she should take a power of beating.
Race 5: MASTER REDOUTE(6)
Jockey: Mxothwa L Trainer: Crawford B
MASTER REDOUTE ran a fair race on debut against winners. He was green in running, but stayed on nicely to finish just over 2 lengths behind the winner. The son of Querari would have gained from the experience and should love the extra furlong on offer. With the natural improvement that is expected, he should be the one to beat.
Race 7: CRIMSON PRINCESS(3)
Jockey: Domeyer A Trainer: Bass-Robinson
CRIMSON PRINCESS has good form to her credit. She was running on well to finish second over 1500m on this course last time. She won her only attempt over this C&D when shedding her maiden tag. She finished 2.75 lengths behind GREY PRINCESS in her penultimate effort. She is 4kgs better off at the weights today and that should be enough for the tables to be turned. Aldo Domeyer steps back into the saddle and the pair should find themselves in the winner’s enclosure.
Race 8: CHANSONETTE(5)
Jockey: V.Niekerk G Trainer: Nel W A
CHANSONETTE followed up her debut win with a decent third-place finish over 1200m at Kenilworth. The manner in which she stayed on at the finish that day suggests that she will love the rise to the mile. The daughter of Vercingetorix takes on older rivals this afternoon, but is lightly raced and looks to have scope.
Race 4: FIELD OF VISION(5) (Each Way)
Jockey: Mxothwa L Trainer: Mxothwa L
FIELD OF VISION showed good improvement when finishing second over this distance at Kenilworth last time. She was bumped at the start, but the manner in which she finished off her race was encouraging. With a bit of luck in running, she is capable of shedding her maiden tag in this field.