A smorgasbord of horse racing is on offer this weekend, with top-class events throughout the world – direct to South African TV sets via Tellytrack in DStv’s channel 239.
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Who’s who in the International Jockey Challenge
Popular jockey Muzi Yeni will captain the South African team at this year’s World Sports Betting International Jockey Challenge to be staged at Turffontein on 16 November.
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Why South African horse racing needs saving
Stories of the game’s decline and predicted demise are nothing new, but something needs to be done to change the current trajectory.
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How a champ can go from red hot to ice cold
In Hong Kong horseracing there is a Cold List – but, like Fight Club, no one talks about it.
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Winning Ways charts new path on YouTube
James Goodman and Paul Lafferty are two of the most engaging and entertaining characters in South African racing.
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Durban Demon spooks them in Hong Kong
Douglas Whyte knows all about firsts.
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How racegoers flirt with Lady Luck

How racegoers flirt with Lady Luck

Scratch even the most serious-minded punter, trainer, owner or jockey and, just below the surface, you’ll find someone taking no chances with the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune.

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Old man Silvano has the ladies queueing up

Old man Silvano has the ladies queueing up

The first Sunday of September was a red-letter day for Silvano, champion thoroughbred stallion supreme.

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Spring in the step of Buffalo Bill Cody

Spring in the step of Buffalo Bill Cody

A double bill of Grade 2 features kicks off the Highveld Spring Season at Turffontein on Saturday.

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Frankie Dettori enabled for another Magnificent Seven

Frankie Dettori enabled for another Magnificent Seven

Horse racing fans know just one name when it comes to beating the astronomical odds.

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Let’s polish Kimberley’s diamond in the rough

Let’s polish Kimberley’s diamond in the rough

Flamingo Park’s weekly race meetings incurred losses of R23.5 million per annum – leaving a rather, ahem, Big Hole in the balance sheet.

Legal Eagle a top-class banker

Abashiri, French Navy look best in London News Stakes.

Form run from Edict of Nantes

Rain could have impact on fitness of Vaal runners.

Tougher call for Coral Fever

If he doesn’t win, don’t expect to see many dry eyes in the no 1 box.

Striker ‘edicted’ to Nantes

Piere sees two strong bankers in Vaal Pick 6.

Somewhere over the rainbow

The Rainbow Nation does exist.

Piere is aboard Finchatton

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

Charity Mile build-up begins

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

Three bankers in the Pick 6

Repaired courses get the thumbs up from the jockeys.

Hard time to find winners

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



 


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