SOUTH AFRICA: Kannemeyer Issues July Warning 22/04/2013 Trainer Dean Kannemeyer has warned that Capetown Noir, likely favourite for the Vodacom Durban July, would only line up in the big race if he was reasonably handicapped.
SOUTH AFRICA: New Horizons For South African Horses 22/04/2013 Racing South Africa believes local horses will be able to travel to many places around the world later this year although the quarantine changes may not necessarily come in time to allow Horse of the Year Variety Club to run in the Breeders’ Cup Mile at Santa Anita in California on November 2.
SOUTH AFRTICA: Classy G1 Win By Thunder Dance 14/04/2013 Trainer Brett Crawford was expecting a return to form from last year’s Paddock Stakes winner Thunder Dance in the G1 Empress Club Stakes at Turffontein and she didn’t let him down.
SOUTH AFRICA: Tarry Undecided About Champions Challenge 9/04/2013 The Sean Tarry-trained four-year-old E-Jet fought off Glorious Jet to win the G2 Colorado King Stakes at Turffontein but is not certain to go on to the R2 million President’s Champions Challenge at the same course and distance on April 27.
SOUTH AFRICA: Bass Names Swansong For What A Winter 29/03/2013 Trainer Mike Bass has indicated that his champion sprinter What A Winter would be retired to stud after the G1 Mercury Sprint at Clairwood on July 13 where he will attempt to win the feature for a second successive time.
SOUTH AFRICA: Tellina Too Good In Gauteng Guineas 4/03/2013 Tellina came from the clouds to win the R1 million Gauteng Guineas over 1600m at Turffontein on Saturday, justifying the faith jockey Robbie Fradd had shown in him when picking him in preference to other mounts.
SOUTH AFRICA: Durban Campaign Next For Jackson 19/02/2013 Jackson will attempt to put his disappointing J & B Met performance behind him in the KZN summer season but may give the Vodacom Durban July a miss despite the record prizemoney.
SOUTH AFRICA: Timeform Previews The J & B Met 2/02/2013 Many see the 2012 renewal of the G1 J&B Met at Kenilworth on Saturday as a straight out fight between just three horses, namely Jackson, Pomodoro and Beach Beauty, despite the relatively large field size of 16.
SOUTH AFRICA: What A Winter Reclaims Cape Crown 28/01/2013 The master trainer Mike Bass produced multiple Group 1 winner What A Winter to claim his second R600 000, WFA Group 1 Betting World Cape Flying Championship (1000m) at Kenilworth on Saturday, the final sprinting race of the Cape Summer Season.
SOUTH AFRICA: Sceptre Stakes Preview 18/01/2013 Saturday’s highlight at Kenilworth racecourse is the WFA Group 2 Graham Beck Memorial Sceptre Stakes, run over the 1200m straight course. Held in memory of one of South Africa’s breeding giants, it is also the third leg of the Fillies and Mares’ Sprint Series.
SOUTH AFRICA: Variety Club Wins Queens Plate 13/01/2013 Variety Club, South Africa’s reigning Horse of the Year, showed that he is indeed the best miler in the country when he demolished the R 1 million, Group 1 L’Ormarins Queen’s Plate field in a devastating fashion, after surviving a false start.
SOUTH AFRICA: Hat-trick for Hill Fifty Four 7/01/2013 A combination of a master trainer and an ice cool jockey saw the Vaughan Marshall trained Hill Fifty Four produce a hat-trick of wins in the R300 000, Group 2 Peninsula Handicap over 1800m at Kenilworth Racecourse on Saturday.
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