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Durbanville Tips - Best Bets and Predictions May 26
- We bring you Magic Tips's best betting tips at Durbanville on Wednesday 26th May
- Pomp And Power, Winter Royale and One Way Traffic are tipped to win
- All tips are taken from the HollywoodBets Blog
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Durbanville hosts another good meeting on Wednesday, with the first race taking place just at 12:00pm (UK Time). To help you try and find a few winners, here's which horse's Magic Tips has tipped up on the HollywoodBets Blog this morning.
Durbanville Tips - Wednesday 26th May
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Race 2 - BYE BYE BOMBSHELL (1)
BYE BYE BOMBSHELL followed up her debut win with a good second-place finish behind Santa Maria. The daughter of Duke Of Marmalade will love the step up to the 1500m. She has ability and may be the one to side with.
Race 3 - POMP AND POWER (3)
POMP AND POWER was an easy winner of his last start over 1400m at Kenilworth. He raced from a handy position, quickened up well and won with a ton in hand. The son of Vercingetorix looks to be a progressive type and can follow up.
Race 5 - WINTER ROYALE (10)
WINTER ROYALE produced a promising debut effort over this distance at Kenilworth. He should have won that day as his pilot dropped his reins at the 150m mark. The son of Twice Over would have gained from the experience and with the natural improvement that is expected, he should take a power of beating.
Race 7 - ONE WAY TRAFFIC (2)
ONE WAY TRAFFIC followed up his maiden win with a good second-place finish over 1800m at Kenilworth. The manner in which he finished off his race that day suggests he will enjoy the extra furlong on offer. The son of Dynasty looks to have ability and should take a power of beating.
Race 8 - JEAN’S MAN (6)
JEAN’S MAN ran a fair race in his last start over 1200m at Kenilworth. He has won twice and finished second twice from six starts on this course. He finished second in his only attempt over this C&D. The son of Jay Peg should have his own way in front and may be hard to peg back.