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Hot Greyville Selections Today

Morning Punters 

I hope you all keeping well and safe...

Heres some decent Selections to add to your betting to use in your exactas, swingers and exotic plays.. Have a winning day! Don't forget the punters challenge link below...

Greyville RSA

Race 1

Dandolo (BB)
Winging It

Race 2

Emerald Floe(BB)
Vihaans Pie
Nirvana Girl

Race 3

Joint Effort(BB)
Red Rock Canyon

Race 4

Gravel Strike(BB)
Rocket Rhumba

Race 5

Final Attempt

Race 6

To the max

Race 7

Final Occasion

Race 8

Chatty Cathy(BB)
Queen Plain
Isla Morada

Race 9

Pina Colada(BB)
Fire Faerie


Hot Vaal Selections Today!

Heres some decent Selections to add to your betting .. Have a winning day!


Race 1
Soul Connection

Race 2
St Josephs Lily 
Golden Years

Race 3
Zodiac Princess
Sea Like Grass

Race 4
Bravo One
Fast Draw

Race 5
Lady Lexington
Glacier Girl

Race 6
Madame Patrice
Anne Boleyn

Race 7
Che Bella
Gallic Princess

Race 8

Race 9
Pearl Of Siberia
Towards The Sun


Bye Bye Hawwaam!

MIKE de Kock was as much in awe of Hawwaam’s 3.50-length victory in Saturday’s WSB Premier’s Champions Challenge over 2000m at Turffontein as the thousands of racing fans who watched his flawless execution of a 5th Gr1 success, but said that he felt dismayed at what lies ahead for Sheikh Hamdan’s star four-year-old.

“When you have a horse like Hawwaam and our two juveniles that ran in the Nursery and you know they are good enough to take on the world’s best, you have to cringe for them. They have arduous journeys ahead!”

Mike elaborated: “As things stand, Hawwaam will be going into quarantine soon. He will have to spend three weeks at Kenilworth and a further 90 days in Mauritius before he can travel on to the UK where a further 180-day residency will be required should we choose to travel to Australia. Should we choose to travel to Dubai, a 30-day residency will be required.

“I know what it takes to win abroad. Hawwaam is good enough to win a race like the Arlington Million the US, and he is more than good enough to win A Gr1 in Australia. I’d like to see him race in Australia. But look what we have to go through to get there!”

Mike praised Sheikh Hamdan for his patience and said: “Sheik Hamdan is one of the world’s great owners, he has been a staunch and invaluable supporter of our industry, but we are unable to get his top runners out of the country timeously.”

Mike said that he was disappointed that the European Union had not gone to greater lengths to get the South African export protocols audit performed, even in Covid-19 time. “We see Zoom meetings happening at boardroom levels all over the world. Why can’t they do our audit virtually? Our industry is in dire straits, our operator is in business rescue but still, the EU are taking their time.

“We need help. I wonder what we must do to make the audit happen? Maybe we should go on our knees before them. They must be seeing what is going on but they are stalling. All they should do is the right thing, what will it take?”
Adrian Todd, MD of South African Health & Protocols, said that the EU officials were unable to travel to South Africa due to the restrictions, but with Europe ‘opening up’, there could be some positive news soon. “They have assured me that that audit will take place this year,” he said.

Mike concluded: “The future of South African racing and the employment of tens of thousands of workers in our industry rest on the shoulders of the EU. We need them to level the playing fields, because we produce athletes capable of competing on the world stage. We have done our bit, the rest is now up to them.”

Smashing Friyay Selections Today

Tantalizing Thurday Vaal & UK Selections Today

Goodmorning Guys

We at the Vaal Triangle today for another day of enthralling action in the game we all love so much

I listed some strong each-way bets  in SA and the UK

International & Local Racing Selections


Race 1
Elusive Swan
Al Madhar

Race 2
Siren Of Greece
Spice Market

Race 3
Untamed Tiger

Race 4
Chloe Girl

Race 5
Full Mast

Race 6
Samurai Jack

Race 7
Flaming Duchess
Soul Of Wit

Race 8
Bella Rosa
Evening Rise

Race 9
Il Mondo

All Eachway Bets:

Haydock (UK)

R1 Solo Saxophone
R2 Vedute
R3 Barbill
R4 Fortune And Glory
R5 Returnofthemac
R6 Althiqa
R7 Sootability
R8 Corked
R9 The Dancing Poet
R10 Dreamweaver

Leicester (UK)

R1 Buttonwood
R2 Aristocratic Lady
R3 Fox Hill
R4 Swift Approval
R5 Zephyrina
R6 Jeanette May
R7 Wise Glory
R8 Nasraawy
R9 Monsaraz

Bath (UK)

R1 Good Earth
R2 Indian Sounds
R3 Gordonstoun
R4 Real Estate
R5 Establish
R6 Motamayiz
R7 Princess Way
R8 Nachi Falls

Good Luck All

Grand National winning jockey found dead

Treadwell sprang one of the biggest surprises in the world’s greatest steeplechase when riding 100-1 outsider Mon Mome to victory in 2009 for trainer Venetia Williams, on his first attempt.

He was also third on Monbeg Dude in 2015.

Other big-race successes for Treadwell included the Grand Sefton Handicap Chase at Aintree on Bennys Mist in 2015 and the Byrne Group Plate on Carrickboy at the Cheltenham Festival in 2013.

Treadwell announced his retirement from riding in February 2018, but returned to the saddle in March 2019.

As well as still riding, he was assistant to the Bridgnorth-based trainer Alastair Ralph, who described Treadwell’s death as “unbelievably sad” and a “big shock”.

Treadwell rode more than 300 winners during his career.

A statement from West Mercia Police read: “Earlier this morning police were called to an address in Billingsley, near Bridgnorth, following the death of a man in his 30s.

“The death is currently being treated as unexplained. However, at this stage there is believed to be no third-party involvement.”

Mick Fitzgerald – also a Grand National-winning rider having landed the Aintree spectacular aboard Rough Quest in 1996 – is a former weighing-room colleague of Treadwell’s.

He told Sky Sports Racing: “Seeing him winning the Grand National is in many ways the best way to remember him.

“He was a really nice guy, he was a lovely rider – and it’s just awfully sad. It’s sad for his family and anybody connected with him. It just highlights again how precious life is.”

The British Horseracing Authority’s chief executive Nick Rust also paid tribute.

“Liam had a fine career in British racing, riding over 300 winners in the 17 years that he held a jockeys’ licence, obviously none more memorable than his remarkable 100-1 Grand National success on Mon Mome in 2009 – a ride that cemented his place in racing folklore,” Rust said.

“The racing community will be united in grief today, and the thoughts of everyone at the BHA are with Liam’s friends, family and colleagues.”

Fresh N Colorful Vaal N UK Selections Today!

Morning Awesome people

Another day filled with hope and prosperity. In the midst of champion season and the likes of really strong racing this weekend here’s my fancies today….

Vaal – South Africa

Race 1              

Country Mile                  
Rise As One

Race 2              

South East                         

Race 3              

Spirit Law

Race 4              


Race 5              

Gentleman's Wager

Race 6 
Pure State                      

Race 7              

Epic Dream                  

Race 8              

Touch Of Fate

Race 9             

Pidgeon Rock               

All Eachway Bets:

Beverly (Uk)

R1 Bomb Proof
R2 Bal Mal
R3 Airflow
R4 Shoot To Win
R5 Old Harbour
R6 Lightness
R7 Colony Queen
R8 Traveller
R9 Vampish

Kempton (UK)

R1 Glesga Gal
R2 Running Back
R3 Sepahi!
R4 Dubai Quality
R5 Aureum
R6 River Dawn
R7 Double Legend
R8 Muraaqeb
R9 Camouflaged

Chepstow (UK)

R1 Davids Beauty
R2 Equipped
R3 Marshall Dan
R4 Chica Bella
R5 Incentive
R6 Al Qaasim

Tantilizing Turfontein EW Bets AND TOP PICK IN ASCOT TODAY!

Morning Guys


Day 3 Best Bet

Thursday 18/06/29

Race #1 (1:15pm)
Golden Gates Handicap
3yo Class 2 Handicap
1m 2f 14y (2012m)
Odds: 13/2 ($7.50) TopSport
J: Frankie Dettori
T: John Gosden

Here’s the 1st 4 out of the 1m 2f Gr.3 Classic Trial at @kemptonparkrace

🥇BERLIN TANGO (3rd in Hampton Court)
🥈PYLEDRIVER (Won the Group 2 King Edward VII Stakes)
🥉BRIGHT MELODY (Unpl King George V Stakes - torrid wide run)

Berlin Tango was enormous in Gr3 Hampton Court Stakes for 3rd. Beaten home by 2 potential superstars, high up in #EpsomDerby markets-#RussianEmperor & First Receiver.
Pyledriver brilliant winning day 1 of #RoyalAscot.
He’s a major #Derby fancy now also.
Forgive Bright Melody.

HYPOTHETICAL was 4th beaten 4.8L, career start #2, in the Classic Trial at Kempton, but was eased late when big 1st & 2nd who have really franked form swept past, nailed online for 3rd.
Won debut x 5.1L
Drops from Gr3 to class 2 h’cap, well-weighted w/ 58.5kg considering.

1m 2f probably as far as he wants it but he’s dropping from  a race that I think will produce the #EpsomDerby winner at Kempton to taking on horses who have been getting beaten in 2yo & 3yo handicaps and or are unknown at the trip let alone the class.
13/2 @TopSport_com_au huge!

Who else would you want training him than John Gosden & who else would you rather be onboard then @FrankieDettori
#RoyalAscot #RoyalAscot2020 #RoyalAscotAtHome #RoyalAscotTips #HorseRacingGlobal #NAP #BestOfTheDay Royal Ascot


Race 1
Java House

Race 2
Phinda Mzala
Harry’s Secret

Race 3
Anything Goes
Elusive Woman

Race 4
The Contractor
Master Of Disguise

Race 5
Lady Amherst

Race 6
Majestic Thunder

Race 7
Blue Spark
Shadow Creek

Race 8
Cosmic Ray
Arabella Queen
Race 9
Soul Connection

Golden Duke

Champion UK Selections TODAY!

Morning Guys

Not the best of days at Kenilworth yesterday however chin up….some exciting UK action on the GO!!!

With the Very best in ASCOT!

Royal Ascot 2020
Day 2
Wednesday 20/06/20

Race 1:
Time: 1:15pm (10:15pm AEST)
Class: Handicap
Race: Silver Royal Hunt Cup Handicap
Distance: 1 mile (straight)
Prizemoney: £35,000

1.            (4) Brian Epstein $10.00
2.            (17) Maydanny $6.50
3.            (23) Gring $34.00
4.            (5) Plantadream $21.00
5.            (20) Ambassadorial $14.00

BETS (100 Unit Outlay)
•             Brian Epstein 25 units each way
•             Maydanny 25 units win
•             Planadream 15 units win
•             Gring 10 units win

 Race 2:
Time: 1:50pm (10:50pm AEST)
Class: Gr.2
Race: Hampton Court Stakes
Distance: 1 m 1f 212y / 2000m
Prizemoney: £60,000

1.            (4) Juan Elcano $4.20
2.            (3) First Receiver $3.30
3.            (1) Berlin Tango $6.00
4.            (8) Russian Emperor $3.60
5.            (6) Mascat $21.00

BETS (100 Unit Outlay)
•             Juan Elcano 70 units win **NAP**
•             First Receiver 20 units win
•             Berlin Tango 10 units win

 Race 3:
Time: 2:25pm (11:25pm AEST)
Class: Handicap
Race: King George V Stakes
Distance: 1m 3f 211y / 2411m
Prizemoney: £60,000

1.            (8) To Nathaniel $13.00
2.            (16) Group One Power $31.00
3.            (3) Bright Melody $6.00
4.            (13) Kipps $4.80
5.            (10) Bodyline $10.00

BETS (100 Unit Outlay)
* To Nathaniel 13.71 units win
* Group One Power 5.52 units win
* Bright Melody 28.53 units win
* Kipps 35.66 units win
* Bodyline 17.12 units win

 Race 4:
Time: 3:00pm (12:00am AEST)
Class: Gr.1
Race: Prince of Wales’s Stakes
Distance: 1m 1f 212y / 2000m
Prizemoney: £250,000

1.            (6) Lord North $8.50
2.            (1) Addeyyb $5.50
3.            (5) Japan $2.15
4.            (3) Barney Roy $8.50
5.            (2) Bangkok $34.00

BETS (100 Unit Outlay)
•             Lord North 30 units win
•             Addeyyb 20 units win
•             Japan 50 units win

 Race 5:
Time: 3:35pm (12:35am AEST)
Class: Handicap
Race: Royal Hunt Cup
Distance: 1 mile
Prizemoney: £75,000

1.            (22) Montatham $8.00
2.            (14) Bell Rock $7.00
3.            (1) Alrajaa $10.00
4.            (16) Dark Vision $14.00
5.            (8) Qaysar $17.00

BETS (100 Unit Outlay)
* Montatham 40 units win
* Bell Rock 30 units win
* Alrajaa 30 units win

Race 6:
Time: 4:10pm (1:10am AEST)
Class: Listed (2yo)
Race: Windsor Castle Stakes
Distance: 5f / 1000m (straight)
Prizemoney: £40,000

1.            (5) Get It $14.00
2.            (2) Chief Little Hawk $4.40
3.            (8) Mighty Gurkha $8.00
4.            (14) Tactical $6.50
5.            (1) Astimegoesby $17.00

BETS (100 Unit Outlay)
* Get It 12.37 units win
* Chief Little Hawk 39.35 units win
* Mighty Gurkha 21.64 units win
* Tactical 26.64 units win

 Race 7:
Time: 4:40pm (1:40am AEST)
Class: Open Handicap
Race: Copper Horse Handicap
Distance: 1m 6f 34y / 2834m
Prizemoney: £35,000

1.            (1) Collide $6.00
2.            (3) Alright Sunshine $10.00
3.            (7) Themaxwecan $13.00
4.            (2) Floating Artist $14.00
5.            (16) Selino $10.00

BETS (100 Unit Outlay)
* Collide 65 units win
* Alright Sunshine 35 units win

#HorseRacingGlobal #HorseRacing #RoyalAscot  #RoyalAscotTips #RoyalAscotAtHome

💰Best Bet💰
Race 2
Juan Elcano

💴Best Value💴
Race 4
Lord North

🌟Good Thing🌟
Race 2
Juan Elcano (Place)

Lay of the Day
Race 2
Russian Emperor



International BETS
All Each way Bets:

Beverley (UK)
R1 Navajo Springs (Bb)
R2 Astrozone (Vb)
R3 The Grey Zebedee
R4 Atyaaf
R5 Bavardages
R6 Silverdust
R7 Arabian Moon
R8 Lord Of The Alps (Vb)
R9 Cool Possibility (Vb)

Chelmsford (UK)
R1 Lezardrieux (Vb)
R2 You’ve Charmed Me (Vb)
R3 Night Moment (Bb)
R4 Human Nature
R5 Animal Instinct
R6 Axel Jacklin)
R7 Three C’s (Vb)
R8 Alphabetical

Insane UK Selections Today


R5 Blue Venture
R6 Ametist
R8 Johnny Kidd


R2 Fromnowon
R5 De Bruyne Horse
R6 Variyann


R3 Cityzen Serg
R5 Jellystone
R6 Valkenburg

Enable closer to return

Champion six-year-old mare Enable will make her seasonal reappearance for the second-consecutive year in the Group 1 Coral-Eclipse Stakes (2002m) at Sandown next month.

Trainer John Gosden revealed his plans for the two-time Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe winner on Monday.

"Enable is in good form and has enjoyed a couple of spins up the Al Bahathri (Polytrack training course in Newmarket) in the past few weeks," Gosden told Racing Post.

"But with all of the uncertainty about when racing was going to restart and even whether Royal Ascot was going to go ahead earlier this year we've decided to wait for Sandown."

The Eclipse traditionally presents three-year-olds with their first opportunity to clash against older rivals over a middle distance. However, with the Derby and Oaks at Epsom rescheduled from June 5 and 6 to July 4, this year's Eclipse on July 5 will be eligible for horses aged four or older.

Enable, who has won 13 of 15 starts, last raced in October when runner-up to Waldgeist in her historic attempt at three-successive Arcs.

Hollywoodbets Scottville Selections Today!

Morning Punters 

Some really good racing up in PMB today. Looks like Marcus will be making his round to the winner's enclosure a lot. Lets boom home some winnings guys and don't forget about the punters challenge that's on, plenty of cash to be won.

International & Local Racing Selections

Scottsville Selections

Race 1             Trickster  /   Mrs Player

Race 2             Keep The Lights On /  My Lady

Race 3            Winging It  /  Vars Elusion

Race 4            To Do Ron Ron   /  Chanel Allure

Race 5             Red Hot Night /   Red Rock Canyon

Race 6             Down To Earth  /  Liquid Irish

Race 7             Twist Of Fate /  Gg’s Dynasty

Race 8             Skidoo / Di Mazzio

Race 9             Constantine /  Sacred Journey

Race 10           Retail Therapy

All Eachway Bets:

Happy Valley (Hk)

R1 Harrier Jet/Bullish Brother
R2 Invaluable/Party Together
R3 Curling Luxury/V Chevaliers
R4 Flying Genius/Green Aeon
R5 Master Albert/Honest Way
R6 Sky Darci/Victorious Day
R7 Cinquante Cinq/Surrealism
R8 Compassion Spirit/California Rad
R9 Hong Kong Win/Golden Dash

Good luck and All the best!

Scintillating Kenilworth And Chelmsford Selections Today


Morning Punters

Racing is back and time to get in gear for another scintillating champion season. Some decent each-way selections below. Play only what you can afford guys.

International & Local Racing Selections

Kenilworth Selections

Race 1  Sh Boom
             Falcon

Race 2  Morse
             Lead Singer

Race 3  Halliberry
             What A Flirt

Race 4  Majestic Mozart
             Esteemal

Race 5  Erik The Red
             Mathew The King

Race 6  Lemon Delight
             Dads Catch

Race 7  Bold Diva
             Drama Queen

Race 8  Captain Flinders
             Katak

Race 9  Apollo Ace
             Jephthah

All Eachway Bets:

Chelmsford (Uk)
R1 Hattusa
R2 Wootton Creek
R3 Healing Power
R4 Cry Havoc
R5 Queen Of All
R6 Pianissimo
R7 Que Quieres
R8 What Will Be
R9 Burguillos


Cheers Guys have a winning day ahead..

Pinatubo Beaten!

Kameko proved too good for red-hot favourite Pinatubo as he lifted the first British Classic race of the season – the 2000 Guineas at Newmarket.

Pinatubo arrived unbeaten in six juvenile starts and boasting the highest two-year-old rating for 25 years with many pundits declaring him the new Frankel.

However, he was only third as Kameko triumphed for Andrew Balding and champion jockey Oisin Murphy.

There was drama from the start as Kenzai Warrior nearly unshipped Jason Watson leaving the barriers, but all the main contenders soon settled in the pack as outsiders Persuasion and Juan Elcano cut out the early pace.

Kameko and Pinatubo were both perfectly poised to challenge and with a furlong to run it was between that pair and Aidan O’Brien’s Wichita for the first Classic of the season.

However, while 10-1 shot Kameko found plenty in the final half-furlong, the 5-6 favourite Pinatubo had no more to give and it was left to Wichita to chase home the winner, beaten a neck. Pinatubo finished a further length adrift.

Murphy said: “I’ve never won a Classic in Britain and it means the absolute world to me. It’s the stuff of dreams.

“It was a gutsy performance. He hardly blew a candle out afterwards – he must have a tremendous amount of ability.”

Legend ARROGATE Dies

The life of champion racehorse ARROGATE is over.

The big grey, who at one time was the highest stakes earner in history, has come to a sad end after it was decided he needed to be euthanized early this morning.

He had completed three seasons at stud so you just know, the progeny he left will be super, super racehorses. Life….through death, is like that.

Maybe not to his level, because he was freakishly good.

He won the Gr 1 Travers Stakes by 13 lengths, clocking in at a stunning track record 1:59.36 for the 2000m.

He did not contest the Triple Crown of his year but during his career he thrashed the Preakness winner of his age group and also humbled the Belmont Stakes winner of his age group.

He won the 2016 Gr 1 Breeder’s Cup Classic, then returned as a 4YO to win the inaugural Gr 1 Pegasus World Cup which at the time was worth US$12 million. He broke the track record again that day.

He then won the Gr 1 Dubai World Cup. Arrogate (Unbridled’s Song-Bubbler) retired the winner of 7 from 11 and US$17,422,600 in prizemoney.

Arrogate was finishing up his 3rd season at stud when he began, last week, to show signs of strain. The original thought was that he’d maybe dislocated a disc in his neck. So a decision was made last week that covering mares for him was suspended due to the sore neck.

Later, last weekend, he fell to the ground in his stall and efforts to get him back up proved unsuccessful. He was transported to the Hagyard Clinic under the care of Dr. Bob Hunt and Dr. Nathan Slovis with Dr. Steve Reed representing the insurance company.

The clinic ran a battery of tests including spinal tap evaluation, x-ray, ultrasound, CT Scan and many blood tests, but were unable to pin down the cause of Arrogate’s issues. After four days, and the onset of secondary health concerns, the decision was made to euthanize the horse.

An autopsy will be carried out.

He was just 7 years old when he died.