18.3.2020 09:05 am
After due consideration, the South African horseracing industry has decided to further restrict the individuals who may attend race meetings.
With effect this Thursday 19 March only people indispensable to holding a race meeting will be allowed access to racecourses on racedays. These comprise one trainer representative per stable, jockeys, grooms, officials and a bare minimum of staff.
Saturday’s Grand Heritage at the Vaal offers racing fans something different.
Barahin overpowered the opposition to win the Grade 2 Peermont Emperor’s Palace Charity Mile at Turffontein easily.
There’ll be a decent crowd, with 16 celebrities representing the 16 charities whose allotted runners will battle it out for R1 million in welfare cash giveaways.
Sixteen charities are each paired with a racehorse and a celebrity to battle it out for a share of R1 million.
Soqrat and Barahin are favourite and second favourite respectively for a Pinnacle Stakes contest at Turffontein on Saturday.
While the latest Gauteng Summer Cup Log is unchanged, there are four Merit Rating changes.
It has been too unprofitable for too long and the racing calendar will now be rejigged.
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.
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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.
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.