Winning Form brings you their best tips for Kenilworth’s racing on Saturday the 7th of November 2015. Comments, betting and silks are provided! Tips provided come from Winning Form, as well as their back page tipster – Magic Tips by eMeM.
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Race 2: THE STONE THROWER(6)
Race 4: AVAIL(3)
Race 5: BLACKMORE(2)
Race 8: RED PERIL(4)
Race 2: STAR CHESTNUT(2)Jockey: Bernard FAYD’HERBE – Trainer: Justin SNAITH
STAR CHESTNUT had a successful KZN winter campaign that culminated with a decent last Grade 1 run over a mile. He appears a bright prospect who should continue to progress during his three-year old career and the son of Horse Chestnut is clearly one to follow. He races fresh after the 14 week break and is weighted to go well on his return to the ‘Mother City’.
Race 3: QING(8)
Jockey: Sean CORMACK – Trainer: Justin SNAITH
QING made the expected improvement when she challenged strongly and was beaten just under half a length into 2nd over seven furlongs at Durbanville, second time out. The well-related daughter of Dynasty should continue to progress and she should relish this extra furlong. She should handle racing on this track and merits healthy respect.
Race 5: CAPTAIN SAM(3)
Jockey: MJ BYLEVELD – Trainer: Vaughn MARSHALL
CAPTAIN SAM has a cracking record of 4 wins from 6 starts and he completed an impressive hat-trick of wins in mid-August. He is realizing his earlier potential and still has plenty of scope for improvement. The Vaughan Marshall inmate drops in class and should take a power of beating, despite the five pound penalty.
Race 7: ENTISAAR(1)
This is a most intriguing renewal of this Grade 2 event and as is the norm, some really classy sorts take their place. Unfortunately, a few potentially top sorts are drawn badly and that has certainly hampered their chances. That said, the solitary Grade 1 winner in this field ENTISAAR has cracked a good draw on her local debut. The top class daughter of More Than Ready proved her brilliance last season and she is headed for the tops. It is concerning that she hasn’t raced for 24 weeks but her conditioner is noted for giving his top class sorts plenty of time to recover. Her pedigree suggests that she should relish the rise in distance. The Mike de Kock inmate will be fit and ready and she has strong claims of notching another feature victory. The obvious concern is how she will handle the left hand turn.
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Race 6: EASTERN FRONT(6)
There are some fast sorts in this competitive handicap and the likely blistering speed could play into the hands of the runners who finish well. EASTERN FRONT is often in the mix and he has a more managea- ble mass this time around. He is 2.5kgs better off with the speedy BREATHLESS BERTIE for a 2.35 length defeat last time but could turn things around here.