We are in awe of the luminaries of public life and, to placate the local gods, we readily genuflect at the altar of expediency.
Abashiri, French Navy look best in London News Stakes.
Rain could have impact on fitness of Vaal runners.
If he doesn’t win, don’t expect to see many dry eyes in the no 1 box.
Piere sees two strong bankers in Vaal Pick 6.
The Rainbow Nation does exist.

Columnists Piere is aboard Finchatton

New Predator is the horse with the best form and a good draw.

Columnists Charity Mile build-up begins

Jockeys delighted with the repairs done to the Vaal Classic track.

Columnists Three bankers in the Pick 6

Repaired courses get the thumbs up from the jockeys.

Columnists Hard time to find winners

Build up a kitty for the day with a bet on Ossetra in Race 1

Columnists Jury out on Vaal draw bias

New Predator, Matador Man weighted to fight it out

Columnists Draw a huge factor in Heritage

Amazing Strike formlines hold the key to Grand Heritage.

Columnists In Conversation chat hits new audience

Only To Win looks best bet on Turffontein card.

Columnists Move to Turffontein is ideal

Silver Scooter can get punters off to a good start in Race 2.

Columnists Polytrack needed in Gauteng

Time off did the necessary job.

Columnists Stable support key for jocks

Some good bets on today’s Turffontein card.

Columnists Captain to lead the charge

Krambambuli looks hard to beat in Gold Cup.

Columnists Some good bets at Festival

Well-drawn September Bloom looks the banker on Turffontein card.

Columnists July day a ‘strike out’ for Piere

Disaster: Objection, suspension and injury makes the July, a meeting to forget.

Columnists Strydom hoping for a fifth Durban July victory with It’s My Turn

Head Honcho in Race 2 could get punters off to a winning start.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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