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2023 Hollywoodbets Durban July Odds - See It Again the clear favourite at Greyville

30 Jun 2023
Jon Vine 30 Jun 2023
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  • Latest odds and betting for the 2023 Durban July  [Updated on 27/6/23]
  • Hollywoodbets will sponsor this Grade One at Greyville on Saturday 1st July 2023
  • See It Again is the new 5/2 favourite
Durban July. (Getty)

The biggest race on the South African racing calendar will take place on July 2nd, as many of the continent's top middle-distance horses clash in the 2023 Durban July. Bookmakers Hollywoodbets began sponsorship of this famous race in 2022, increasing the prize pot at Greyville up to a whopping R5m.

With just five weeks to go until this year's July takes place, let's take a look through the latest Durban July betting.

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2023 Durban July Odds

See It Again5/2
Winchester Mansion9/2
Without Question 6/1
Safe Passage7/1
Dave The King12/1
Bar 14/1

*Odds taken on 27/6/23*

2023 Durban July Entries

The new favourite for the 2023 Durban July is See It Again, who's risen from an opening price of 66/1 to now sit clear at the top of the market. Michael Robert's colt upset Charles Dickens to win the Cape Derby at Kenilworth and followed that Classic triumph with another impressive victory in the recent Daily News 2000.

Vaughan Marshall's Rascallion sits joint second in the market, despite recent defeats in the Cape Town Met and the WSB 1900. Justin Snaith's Without Question, who finished third behind See It Again in the Daily News, can also be backed at 6/1 with Hollywoodbets.

Pacaya had his odds for the Durban July slashed after winning the WSB 1900 at Greyville last month. Mike De Kock's Safe Passage will be hoping to build on the third-place finish he secured in last year's July. Daily News 2000 runner-up, Dave The King and former ante-post favourite, Cousin Casey both sit prominently in the market.

Sean Tarry's star mare Rain In Holland booked her spot in the Durban July with an excellent victory in the Woolavington. Other likely runners in the main event on July 1st include Justin Snaith's duo of Pomp And Power and Rockpool, Champions Challenge winner Puerto Manzano, Alex Laird's colt Billy Bowlegs and SA Derby winner, Son Of Raj.

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