All you need to know about Return Flight for the Vodacom Durban July to be run at Greyville Racecourse, Durban over 2200m on Saturday 6th July.




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16) Return Flight

Jockey: Ryan Munger
Trainer: Sean Tarry
Owner: Mr C J H van Niekerk
Colours: Royal blue, red spot, halved sleeves, royal blue cap


Breeder: Mr M Sharkey
Sire: Pomodoro
Dam: Heading Home by Special Preview


Age: 3
Colour: Bay
Sex: Filly
MR: 109


Weight: 52
Draw: 4 (20)

Career Record: 12 runs, 6 wins, 3 places
Stakes Won: R 2,256,975


Runs at Greyville: 2 (1 Win)
Runs at 2200m Distance: 0


Winning Form - Magic Tips Comment:
Found traffic in latest behind Do It Again. Drawn well. Chance.


Hollywoodbets Comments:
Progeny of a former winner in Pomodoro is featured in the years ‘big one’ with the Sean Tarry Trained trained RETURN FLIGHT who wasn’t disgraced in a Grade 1 last time. She failed to peg back a start to finish winner but perhaps things could have been different had she opted to lead. She dictated matters prominently in the Fillies Classic and also the Gerald Rosenberg Stakes against older horses. Her front-running tactics could be utilised effectively in a race where HEAD HONCHO and MADE TO CONQUER look the only dangers with regards to pace in the race. Interestingly, she is not the stable elect but her light weight will assist her to get to near the front of proceedings. A winner of 6 starts from 12 runs, this top 3 year-old filly has produced wonders for her connections having only cost R20 000.


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Vodacom Durban July 2019, Betting Preview
Vodacom Durban July 2019, Betting Preview

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