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CARLISLE: AUGUST 9 HANDICAPPER (JW-C-FORM)
5.10 Thermal,
5.40 Navy Wren,
6.15 Emeralds Pride,
6.50 Water Of Leith,
7.25 Under Fox,
8.00 Bastille,
8.35 Regal World.
LINGFIELD: AUGUST 9 HANDICAPPER (JWCFORM)
1.30 Pump It Up,
2.00 Lady Jane Grey,
2.30 Sea Tsarina,
3.00 Blame Culture,
3.30 Archiano,
4.05 Agent Of Fortune,
NOTTINGHAM: AUGUST 9 HANDICAPPER (JWCFORM)
2.15 Treble Glory,
2.45 The Goat,
3.15 Gordons Aura,
3.50 Korker
4.25 Essencial,
5.00 Gert Lush.
CHELMSFORD: HANDICAPPER JWCFORM
4.45 Senor Pockets,
5.20 Shamilla,
5.55 Good Measure,
6.30 Must Be Royale,
7.05 Brute Force,
7.40 Ivan Drago,
8.15 Snap Ambush.
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RACE 1
       Preview: SILVER WINTER (4) looks the one to beat on form and the blinkers on might help her cause. MISS SOHO (5) has good gatespeed and is  improving so should make a bold bid. NELLI BLY (8) is improving and will run all the way to the line at the same pace so also has a chance. (4-5-8)

       RACE 2
       Preview: ABOVE THE WORLD (10) looks the one to beat in this uninspiring maiden qualified plate. BELTWAY (8) is having her 14th start but showed improvement with blinkers last time and could earn. LEBANESE POUND (5) could improve and can earn. (10-8-5)


       RACE 3
       Preview: FAR AWAY WINTER (4) has been heavily backed both starts and showed when last time when winning by 4,25 lengths so can follow up, although it won’t be easy because off his 90 merit rating he is officially 1kg under sufferance in this Middle Stakes event and faces battle hardened older horses. TUSCAN WINTER (2) has a fine turn of foot and can put a race to bed quickly but he does need things to go his way. LETSDOIT (3) won easily when last sent over a sprint and is only half-a-kilogtam uindr sufferance. (4-2-3)


       RACE 4
       Preview: LAETITIA’S ANGEL (8) won a Classified Stakes event fluently last time and although this handicap is tougher the form of that last race has been franked. SPACE RACE (1) disappointed when going down to KZN and in her last start but can bounce back. FEATHER THE NEST (3) has the form to go close. ( 8-1-3)  


       RACE 5
       Preview: POTTINGER (5) is capable of better than last time and is 4kg better off for a 4,50 length beating and is well drawn. KOOL BAIKAL (4) is distance suited and proved last time he is competitive off this mark. THE BRIEF (1) proved his ability over this trip last time but was given a five point raise and has a tough draw now. 5-4-1


       RACE 6
       Preview: HIGH MOON (2) had some decent form in Cape Town and has his second run on the Highveld over a trip he should enjoy. CORAPI (3) should have come on from his last start and has a chance although the draw of five out of six is tricky. WONDERING STAR (5) should go close over a suitable trip from although tihe draw of four out of six is tricky. ABOUT TO STORM (1) cost himself last time with a very slow start but if bouncing on terms has the ability to go close. LORD OF LIGHT (6) has some fair formlines and carries just 52kg but is 1.5kg under sufferance according to official merit ratings.( 2-3-5-1-6)


       RACE 7
       Preview: WOLFF’S WORLD (4) should be staying on and would not be a surprise winner. DUKE OF SUSSEX (1) is distance suited and progressive so off a three point higher mark can make a bold bid to score a hattrick. MCEBISI (6) is a model of consistency and can earn again. ESKIMO PIE (2) is 2kg better off with Duke Of Sussex for a 1,20 length beating so should go close from a fair draw. VANDERBILT (3) was given a maximum eitght points for his last win but he has improved on the Highveld and can make a bold bid to remain unbeaten for the Peter yard. ( 4-1-6-2-3)


       RACE 8
       Preview: THAMBI (3) won well on debut and off a reasonable 81 merit rating could go close here. SILVER STARDUST (6) has been thereabouts in his last two and now has pole position. MEET THE CAPTAIN (8) tries this trip for the first time from a good draw and stays on over shorter. ICE MAN COMETH (1) could be in the shake up if overcoming a wide draw. JAVA HOUSE (9) has the form to be involved here too. (3-6-8-1-9)    
 
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CAPE RACING LAUNCHES NEW INCENTIVE SCHEME – RACECAPE POWERED BY HOLLYWOODBETS
Cape Racing together with Hollywoodbets, is excited to announce a new incentive structure to be known as RaceCape. RaceCape is an innovative programme designed to boost and incentivise increased racehorse ownership in the Western Cape. The obvious benefits include enhanced field sizes, boosted betting turnovers, further opportunities for the Cape’s outstanding community of racehorse trainers, increased employment prospects for grooms and work riders, as well as all related and ancillary horse racing services.
  
 Cape Racing is delighted and privileged that Hollywoodbets has come on board as the headline sponsor of the RaceCape initiative.
  
 Devin Heffer, Hollywoodbets Brand and Communications Manager, said of Hollywood’s backing of RaceCape, “We are proud to be associated with such a progressive initiative, that will not only go a long way to reinvigorating racing in the Cape but will also result in enhanced job security and job opportunities for those in the region. Furthermore, the “out-of-the-box” thinking deployed by Cape Racing in developing this programme is consistent with the innovation that we at Hollywoodbets regard as a core part of our DNA.” RaceCape will launch with effect from 1 September 2022. The core aspects of the RaceCape incentive scheme include, amongst others:
  
  
 Providing owners and trainers with a set appearance fee of R2 500 per runner in the Western Cape.
 Rewarding visiting “Raiding” trainers and owners with subsidised transport and attractive bonuses for competing in the Western Cape season.
 The key highlights of the RaceCape incentive scheme are laid out in the table below:
  
 
  
 Head of Racing Operations for Cape Racing, Justin Vermaak explained, “This has been top of the agenda since day one of taking on the role and it is a testament to the team at Cape Racing that we have managed to confirm the roll out of this programme in just two weeks. The RaceCape incentive scheme should have an immediate effect on field sizes and will encourage more regular running of horses. More importantly, however, is the longer-term effect on the general horse population. This, combined with planned increased stakes levels, will positively impact the economics of ownership in the Western Cape. Furthermore, this programme will provide meaningful cash flow benefits to our trainers.
  
 “It is top of our priority list to stop the loss of lower rated horses from the province, and we believe that these two mechanisms will be a major positive in that battle. Focus on growth of our smaller stables is paramount to our plans going forward and I believe that this will be a major lift for them. The owners’ part of the appearance fee will be paid directly to the trainer, who will in turn credit the owners’ account in the form of a rebate. This will materially improve cash flow for the smaller yards. The industry, particularly in the Cape has seen the departure of too many smaller trainers. This trend needs to be arrested. The generous bonuses and subsidies on offer for raiding trainers are designed to entice more visitors to the Western Cape, which will have a resultant impact on field sizes.
  
 “I would like to thank Hollywoodbets for their sponsorship of this programme. They are securing the future of the sport with their backing of the industry on so many levels and it is a privilege to have their name associated with this initiative.”
  
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 For more information on the programme contact:
 Justin Vermaak: justin@caperacing.co.za or 072?623 7994
 Media Queries:
 Kirsti Lyall: kirsti@caperacing.co.za or 083?450 6665
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