Winning Form brings you their best tips for Kenilworth’s racing on Saturday the 27th of July. Comments, betting and images are provided! Tips provided come from Winning Form, as well as their back page tipster – Magic Tips by eMeM.
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Race 1: HAILI(1)
Race 3: SKABENGA(15)
Race 4: JUNGLE SKYLINE(8)
Race 5: CROWN OF GOLD(1)
Race 4: JUNGLE SKYLINE(8) – TOP BET
Jockey: Aldo DOMEYER – Trainer: Vaughan MARSHALL
JUNGLE SKYLINE deserved a four week break after his feature race exploits. The son of Lion Tamer could only manage a weak fifth in the Winter Juvenile over this c & d last time but went close in the Grade 3 Langerman in his penultimate effort, despite having two runs inside four days. He drops to maiden company here and should prove far too good for this field. He jumps from a handy draw and gets the services of an in-form jockey.
Race 5: BAROSSA VALLEY(2)
Jockey: Andrew FORTUNE – Trainer: Riaan VAN REENEN
BAROSSA VALLEY has always been highly touted by his conditioner and he is gradually going about his business of turning into a quality stayer. He returned from a nine week break but still kept going to win a good contest over 1800m on this course and will strip much fitter today. The son of Eyeofthetig- er won his penultimate outing going away from subsequent winner’s Paddy O’Reilly and CROWN OF GOLD. He received a five pound penalty for his last win but carries his weight well and must have strong claims again.
Race 6: DRESSED IN COTTON(2)
Jockey: Fareed ANTHONY – Trainer: Darryl HODGSON
DRESSED IN COTTON is improving quickly and he again showed a smart turn of foot when he won his last outing over this c & d, going away. The son of Jallad completed a fine hat-trick with that victory over CAPTAIN’S HARRY and still has plenty of scope for improvement. He meets the runner-up on 3kgs worse terms but is still lightly raced and has bright claims of notching up another win.
Race 8: CASH REGISTER(1)
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Race 3: ONEMANWOLFPACK(13) (Each Way)
Jockey: Grant V/NIEKERK – Trainer: Glen KOTZEN
ONEMANWOLFPACK hasn’t raced for 27 weeks since making a moderate debut over six furlongs. He raced up with the pace before tiring late into fifth, beaten just under eight lengths by his stable companion, Ace Antonius (dual winner since). That form was further franked by the runner-up and third placed horses. This son of Kahal may have some issues but his yard has enjoyed a decent season with their younger horses and there could be lots more to come from this individual. This isn’t the strongest of fields and he may prefer this minimum trip.