Timeform pick out three bets from Vaal on Tuesday.
"This represents a drop in class as well as trip and Lake Kinneret ought to be able to win his second race this afternoon."
Queensberry Square will be ridden by Gavin Lerena for the first time here and a change of jockey may be enough to encourage her to get to the front where it matters for the first time. Her supporters will need to ignore a very poor effort at Turffontein last time when never really sighted, but her second to Galu Beach here at Vaal in October over a furlong further looks solid form, and a repeat of that may well be enough to see Queensberry Square come home in first spot.
Lake Kinneret has a decent cruising speed and could be even better suited by this six furlongs than the seven he has won over in the past. S'manga Khumalo rides the son of Kahal for trainer St John Gray and although running off the same rating as when a five-length sixth at Turffontein in mid-October, this represents a drop in class as well as trip and Lake Kinneret ought to be able to win his second race this afternoon.
Mawsoof arrives here unbeaten for in-form trainer Mike de Kock and is now the stable's only representative with the late withdrawal of Mujallad. Only a three-year-old, the son of Trippi steps up to a sixth furlong here after wins over five on both this track and the classic course here at Vaal, and although put up eight pounds for his last win in a Class E handicap he was impressive and Mawsoof needs to be followed until beaten regardless.
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(All from Vaal)