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Fairview Tips - Best Bets and Predictions August 20
- We bring you Magic Tips's best betting tips at Fairview on Friday 20th August
- Master Supreme, What A Winner and Santa Therese are tipped to win
- All tips are taken from the HollywoodBets Blog
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Fairview hosts another good card on Friday, with the first race set to go off at 10:55am (UK Time). To help you try and find a few winners, here's which horses Magic Tips has tipped up on the South African Horse Racing HollywoodBets Blog this morning.
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Race 3 - MASTER SUPREME (3)
MASTER SUPREME has been ridden to perfection in his last three victories. He set the pace last time, was headed but showed good guts to notch up his fifth career victory. The son of Master Of My Fate is unbeaten from two starts on this course. He is likely to have his own way in front and may be hard to peg back.
Race 6 - WHAT A WINNER (3)
WHAT A WINNER won an impressive race over this C&D last time. It must be noted that multiple horses from that form line have come out and won since. All eight of his career victories have come over this distance. Richard Fourie takes the ride and the combination should find themselves in the winner’s enclosure.
Race 7 - SANTA THERESE (1)
SANTA THERESE is the best bet on the card. The manner in which she won the Listed East Cape Paddock Stakes was super-impressive. Grant van Niekerk had her settled near the rear of the field and the manner in which she quickened past the opposition was breathtaking. The daughter of Flower Alley should have no issues with the 2000m and from pole position, she should notch up her seventh career victory.
Race 8 - GRAZINGINTHEGRAS (2)
GRAZINGINTHEGRASS drew clear well when winning his last start over 1400m on this course. The tongue tie seems to have done the trick with the son of Philanthropist. He takes a slight rise in class, but is in a good space and may be the one to beat.
Race 9 - QUICK WIT (12)
QUICK WIT showed some signs of a form return over 1200m on this course with the blinkers fitted. She jumped outwards at the start, but stayed on nicely at the business end. It must be noted that multiple horses from that form line have come out and won since. The 5yo mare should enjoy the extra furlong on offer and may be the one to cause the upset.