Re:Snaith / Fourie Cape Racing

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7 months 5 days ago #778594 by The Saint
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What is happening? When last did this combination won a race at Kenilworth?
Snaith and Fourie is top of the boards most races but not producing winners, somebody is making money and its not the punters!.
They should win at least 1 in 5 races every meeting and I will not be surprised that the percentage is closer to 1 in 35 the past month or so...
Could somebody perhaps look into this as I haven't got the Cape/Kenilworth results and info.

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7 months 5 days ago #778595 by Bob Brogan
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All stables go through low troughs!

Plus their season peaks the next 6 weeks

They will be 100% over that period


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7 months 4 days ago #778605 by PeeKay
Like Bob says, the stable is currently going through a low, but once you start to see them hitting boards again, that's when you can have more confidence. I'm sure they will have winners on Queens Plate day
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7 months 4 days ago #778608 by Sammy Silver
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The stable is probably getting the runners ready for Queen Plate and Met day.

They come out with numbers on these days and have done this in past years.
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7 months 4 days ago #778612 by durbs
The thing is that every horse has a different preparation and surely not all his horses,and he has plenty,are going for the big days racing.With the amount of horses he has he should still be winning more than most trainers in the Cape.Maybe a virus of some sort or horse have just had their injections.
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7 months 3 days ago #778668 by elmer
This is the biggest stable in the RSA and what would be interesting is
1 number of runners so far this season
2 how many different horses did they race
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7 months 3 days ago #778676 by durbs
You can add his bad form to PE as well it seems.
Maybe speaking too soon as he has two more runners who have chances but as the commentator was saying,Themadirishsheriff was swerving.Horrible run that.
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7 months 3 days ago #778700 by The Saint
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durbs wrote: You can add his bad form to PE as well it seems.
Maybe speaking too soon as he has two more runners who have chances but as the commentator was saying,Themadirishsheriff was swerving.Horrible run that.

3 Runners.... Zero winners!

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7 months 3 days ago #778702 by Craig Pienaar
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There runners today folded like a cheap pack of cards :whistle:
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7 months 3 days ago #778705 by Press
Nevermind the Snaiths - the Bass stable has NEVER been the same since the old man left..
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7 months 2 days ago #778716 by Sharky
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Snaith will be back... they may be having a low but I know them well and they will be working harder than anyone in the world to turn things and it will turn soon and you can fire. Having worked around the world and seen a lot, Snaith are great horseman! Get the kitty ready for when they warm up!!!!

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7 months 2 days ago #778739 by Bob Brogan
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Richard Fourie and Justin Snaith should add to their impressive 19.56% win-strike rate at Kenilworth on Saturday.

JANUARY 3, 2020
The Vow lines up in Race 4, a Maiden Plate for fillies and mares over 1600m at should add to the tally of that successful combination.

This will be the three-year-old daughter of Oratorio’s fourth run so she can only get better.

She has finished third in her last two performances, both over 1400m at this venue and was far from disgraced when beaten 2.75 lengths by a decent sort in Springisintheair last time.

The Vow ran ahead of A Moment Apart on that occasion and should have no trouble confirming superiority.

She is the joint best-weighted runner alongside her main danger, O Sole Mio.

The good news is that The Vow shoulders 1kg less than that rival and jumps from No 1 draw as opposed to O Sole Mio’s No 10 barrier position in this 10-horse field.

Since finishing fourth at the first time of asking, Vaughan Marshall-trained Speed Of Night has been threatening to leave the maiden ranks – following up his penultimate second with a noteworthy third.

If jockey MJ Byleveld can get this Judpot colt to make improvement on that last effort, he will show rivals a clean pair of heels in Race 2, a Maiden Plate over 1200m.

His case is further strengthened by the fact his main danger – Lead Singer – always finds someone to beat him and is returning from a 74-day stint off the racecourse.

On this evidence, Lead Singer is most likely going to suffer from ring-rust.

You won’t get filthy rich but consider floating Lead Singer and Speed Of Night with the field in a Quartet and put all those winnings on Perfect Air in Race 6.

Considering this Dynasty five-year-old was returning from a break, she ran an absolute cracker when only beaten 4.05 lengths by the highly rated Miyabi Gold recently.

She won over this 2000m distance in her penultimate offering and is beautifully drawn at No 1 so should be hard to peg back.

The only concern is the fact she shoulders top-weight of 61.5kg.

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7 months 2 days ago #778770 by The Saint
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Bob Brogan wrote: Richard Fourie and Justin Snaith should add to their impressive 19.56% win-strike rate at Kenilworth on Saturday.

JANUARY 3, 2020
The Vow lines up in Race 4, a Maiden Plate for fillies and mares over 1600m at should add to the tally of that successful combination.

This will be the three-year-old daughter of Oratorio’s fourth run so she can only get better.

She has finished third in her last two performances, both over 1400m at this venue and was far from disgraced when beaten 2.75 lengths by a decent sort in Springisintheair last time.

The Vow ran ahead of A Moment Apart on that occasion and should have no trouble confirming superiority.

She is the joint best-weighted runner alongside her main danger, O Sole Mio.

The good news is that The Vow shoulders 1kg less than that rival and jumps from No 1 draw as opposed to O Sole Mio’s No 10 barrier position in this 10-horse field.

Since finishing fourth at the first time of asking, Vaughan Marshall-trained Speed Of Night has been threatening to leave the maiden ranks – following up his penultimate second with a noteworthy third.

If jockey MJ Byleveld can get this Judpot colt to make improvement on that last effort, he will show rivals a clean pair of heels in Race 2, a Maiden Plate over 1200m.

His case is further strengthened by the fact his main danger – Lead Singer – always finds someone to beat him and is returning from a 74-day stint off the racecourse.

On this evidence, Lead Singer is most likely going to suffer from ring-rust.

You won’t get filthy rich but consider floating Lead Singer and Speed Of Night with the field in a Quartet and put all those winnings on Perfect Air in Race 6.

Considering this Dynasty five-year-old was returning from a break, she ran an absolute cracker when only beaten 4.05 lengths by the highly rated Miyabi Gold recently.

She won over this 2000m distance in her penultimate offering and is beautifully drawn at No 1 so should be hard to peg back.

The only concern is the fact she shoulders top-weight of 61.5kg.

The Vow good second but bo cigar.
I was just told that the Snaith/Fourie combination failed to manage a winner their last 44 runs..

True?

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7 months 2 days ago #778771 by Bob Brogan
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They are geniuses that will bounce back, if you are not confident about them leave them out or go wider

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7 months 2 days ago #778774 by durbs

Richi wrote: When someone has joy in others poor run


I doubt many people have joy with the bad run the Snaith stable is having.
Racing is about facts and if those are the facts then so be it.
They will come back and that is for sure,but us as punters would like to know what is behind this slump,that is all.
Injections,virus,new feed being used or whatever it may be,it would be nice to hear from SA's biggest stable what they feel is behind this.

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7 months 2 days ago #778779 by Sylvester
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Some stats for Snaith and Fourie

Snaith Yard PE 20 runners this season 6 seconds no winners
Fourie PE 62 Rides 11 winners 12 seconds
Snaith WC 65 winners 13% strike rate
Fourie WC 48 Winners 20% strike rate

Snaith yard 46 runners since last win 8 seconds of the 46 runners only 6 were short in the betting.

of the 46 runners Fourie only rode 18 of them.

to answer and earlier question Snaith yard has raced 152 different horses since beginning of the season.
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7 months 2 days ago #778787 by The Saint
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Sylvester wrote: Some stats for Snaith and Fourie

Snaith Yard PE 20 runners this season 6 seconds no winners
Fourie PE 62 Rides 11 winners 12 seconds
Snaith WC 65 winners 13% strike rate
Fourie WC 48 Winners 20% strike rate

Snaith yard 46 runners since last win 8 seconds of the 46 runners only 6 were short in the betting.

of the 46 runners Fourie only rode 18 of them.

to answer and earlier question Snaith yard has raced 152 different horses since beginning of the season.

...make that 47.... Rattle Mouse 2nd

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7 months 2 days ago #778789 by the hawk
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Justin Snaith likes to break records - maybe he has his sights set on bettering Lyle Hewitson's losing streak in Hong Kong!! On a serious note, his luck will turn and then the floodgates will open. Most stables, no matter how good or how big, experience frustrating times.
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7 months 2 days ago #778793 by The Saint
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Sylvester wrote: Some stats for Snaith and Fourie

Snaith Yard PE 20 runners this season 6 seconds no winners
Fourie PE 62 Rides 11 winners 12 seconds
Snaith WC 65 winners 13% strike rate
Fourie WC 48 Winners 20% strike rate

Snaith yard 46 runners since last win 8 seconds of the 46 runners only 6 were short in the betting.

of the 46 runners Fourie only rode 18 of them.

to answer and earlier question Snaith yard has raced 152 different horses since beginning of the season.

..and now its Snaith 48..... Fourie 20 for zero...
R7 Kenilworth no 5 Tillieangus 2nd

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7 months 2 days ago #778795 by Bob Brogan
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Signs of an improvement today imo

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