Jack Milner: One question on the lips of many pundits has been: “When will we see Hawwaam in action again?”
GAVIN VAN ZYL
Ken Nicol: Down To Earth did all but win over course and distance a month ago and should go one better in a 1600m Maiden Plate for fillies on the Greyville Polytrack track on Wednesday.
THE LATE CHRIS GERBER
The first anniversary of Chris Gerber’s death was marked at the Wanderers Golf Club.
Jack Milner: Tropic Sun had an astonishing debut over 1160m at Turffontein last month when she raced away for her opposition to win by 5.25 lengths.
Ken Nicol: After a facile maiden win last time, Royal Kitty has a great chance of a swift follow up in Race 5 on the Greyville Polytrack come Wednesday.
Danie Toerien: Trainer Brett Crawford has a number of solid runners at Kenilworth on Tuesday and combining them in an All To Come bet could see punters profiting handsomely for a small outlay.
Brendan Gaillard: The Mambo In Seattle gelding Banjo On My Knee has only two wins to show for his 15 starts but there was something to like about his local debut and he can follow that up and take Race 6, a Pinnacle Stakes over 2200m at Flamingo Park on Monday.
Bonginkosi Nkosi: Sunday’s Listed Algoa Cup will conclude what promises to be an action-packed weekend – filled with features – and to match the quality of the fields, TAB have announced a Pick 6 MEGAPOOL that is expected to reach R3 million.
MIKE DE KOCK
Jack Milner: With a MEGAPOOL Pick 6, estimated to reach R6 million, on a difficult card, most bettors will be looking to Gin Fizz to get them through Race 5 at Turffontein on Saturday, a Graduation Plate over 1450m on the Inside track.