Timeform pick out three bets from Greyville on Wednesday.
"Nothing else in this field can match Quakeshake's form, and with a clear run this maiden looks hers to lose."
Quakeshake won't need to improve at all on her running-on third here over a furlong shorter at the end of December to take this, and with trainer Dean Kannemeyer in great form and Anthony Delpech as good as it gets in the saddle, the daughter of Await The Dawn looks to have an outstanding chance of registering her first success this morning. Nothing else in this field can match Quakeshake's form, and with a clear run this maiden looks hers to lose.
The Vintage looks the value call here at a track and on a surface where the daughter of Mogok has produced her best efforts so far. Her eight-length seventh at Scottsville on turf can be ignored and if she can just repeat her three and three-quarter length fourth here in early January over this extra furlong in what looked a far better contest, then The Vintage ought to be able to get involved in the finish here at close to a double-figure price.
Flamenco Dancer - 12:50 (GMT) Greyville
Flamenco Dancer scored on her fourth outing over the six furlongs here on turf when beating Cascada by a comfortable four and a half lengths, which saw her given a rating of 76 for her handicap debut when she was beaten a length and a quarter here on the polytrack, showing plenty of early speed. Not as effective on the Scottsville turf when fourth last time out, trainer Dennis Bosch has dropped her to five furlongs now back on the polytrack and will hopefully instruct Anthony Delpech to let her run from the front and if that is the case, Flamenco Dancer will take an awful lot of reeling in here.