The favourite, Hawwaam, was dramatically scratched just before the start.
You may be wondering how Lucky Numbers Dream Guide will assist you in possibly picking the winner of the Durban July – well, it is pretty simple.
Today, it will not come as a surprise if De Kock makes it a one-two in Africa’s greatest race, the Vodacom Durban July.
A few horses are also in the running, and leading trainer Sean Tarry believes his seven-year-old Legal Eagle is another with surprise potential.
Police say spectators and horseracing fans must behave themselves and enjoy the entertainment.
Saturday sees the running of the continent’s greatest horseracing event, the Vodacom Durban July

23rd horse death rocks Santa Anita

Santa Anita Racetrack was rocked by a 23rd equine death in just over three months on Sunday as gelding Arms Runner was euthanized after a fall in the $100,000 San Simeon Stakes.

British horse racing to resume after equine flu outbreak

British horse racing will resume on Wednesday with a “risk-managed return” following an outbreak of equine flu, the British Horseracing Authority (BHA) said Monday.

Rainbow Bridge wins 2019 Sun Met

The punters’ money was on Do It Again to do it again, but Justin Snaith was not able to do it again, as it was a Rainbow Bridge too far.

De Kock to saddle five at Meydan

De Kock rounds off the meeting with two in the seventh race.

Vote for your Equine Inductees into the South African Hall of Fame

The Hall of Fame, established in 2015, strives to tell the stories of extraordinary achievers while celebrating their holistic accomplishments.

Queen’s Plate a royal treat

Jockeys look forward to Christmas but have to watch their diets.

Peter Kannemeyer fondly remembered 1

Over The Air also went on to win the Queen’s Plate the following year.

Follow Fourie to victory

His third Snaith plum is in Race 4, a 1600m Maiden Plate. Completing the quartet of Snaith-Fourie hotties is Silver Maple in Race 7.

The value lies with Val

Waity Katie’s merit rating has dropped and she also looks competitive.

Tilbury Fort, trainer Tarry rule Gauteng Summer Cup in style

Dawn Assault ran the race of his life in staying on for second, while 3/1 favourite Cascapedia was beaten just over three quarters of a length into third.

Support for PE runner

Mike de Kock-trained Soqrat remains favourite at 14-10.

Horses, celebs, and charities ready for Emperor’s Charity Mile

Our charities have been finalised, our celebrities are preening and planning their wardrobes and it will be all systems go from 11am when gates open.

Thumbs-up for no-whip race at Charity Mile

There has been a massive call in the UK to either ban the whip or at least curb its use and it’s overflowed to other countries, including SA.

Unbeaten runners top boards for the two Cape features 1

Both races are run over 1400m and for the next few weeks, racing will continue on the Winter track.



 


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