Huge arise in Durban Jul figures
July 4, 2017 - garden totes
Pick 6: this pool achieved a net of usually underneath R12.1m;
Quartet: this pool reached a outrageous R19.1m, distant surpassing a prophecy of R15m;
The win pool surfaced a R11.6m mark.
“I am vehement that a new beginning to pledge pools for a Pick 6 and Quartet worked wonders,” Moodley said.
These total are good news for JSE-listed Phumelela Gaming and Leisure whose increase are driven by receptacle turnover.
Although bookies were positively smiling after a Jul win by Marinaresco, who returned R23 for a win on a tote, there was one outcome that gay punters — Bela Bela’s win in a R1m Jonsson Workwear Garden Province Stakes. Anthony Delpech, unhappy that he usually finished fourth in a July, had an armchair float as a daughter of Dynasty strode home to her seventh win and took her gain to R2.58m.
This might not have been a final coming of a renouned grey filly as Carl de Vos, from Varsfontein Stud, who owns a filly, pronounced after that “there might be something left for her before a finish of a season”.
“Delpech pronounced she has never felt so good. The approach she won was unequivocally impressive. But because should we pull her? She has finished all we have asked of her,” pronounced De Vos. Asked if they had motionless that stallion Bela-Bela would revisit when she retires to stud, he said: “Captain Al doesn’t cover lass mares, so we might cruise Gimmethegreenlight or Judpot. These are common decisions that will be done in due course.”
Bela-Bela was bred during Cheveley Stud and bought by Varsfontein for R1.4m during a Bloodstock SA Two-Year-Old Sale in Germiston.