Good news for horse racing fans: the eagerly awaited Legends of the Turf video series is at last available for online viewing.
Met winners and losers as One World keeps spinning
On a day crammed with happy winners, One World spun above them all in glory.
In a statement on Tuesday, the Racing Association (RA) said their CEO Larry Wainstein would be retiring on 31 January to focus on personal business interests.
The big race on Saturday 25 January is the Grade 3 Sea Cottage Stakes over 1800m at Turffontein.
Hawwaam king-designate of the Queen’s
Hawwaam will command most of the public attention for the L’Ormarins Queen’s Plate at Kenilworth on 11 January.
Kenilworth Racing seizes control of its destiny
Dramatic new plans to stop the decline in Western Cape racing were unveiled at a meeting at Kenilworth Racecourse on Monday night.
Here comes SA’s biggest race

Premium Here comes SA’s biggest race

Saturday’s Grand Heritage at the Vaal offers racing fans something different.

Racing News Barahin strolls Charity Mile

Barahin overpowered the opposition to win the Grade 2 Peermont Emperor’s Palace Charity Mile at Turffontein easily.

Pick 6 pool likely to top R10 million at today’s Charity Mile meeting

Premium Pick 6 pool likely to top R10 million at today’s Charity Mile meeting

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.

Racing News The Charity Mile is back to race for a reason

Sixteen charities are each paired with a racehorse and a celebrity to battle it out for a share of R1 million.

De Kock trots out big guns

Premium De Kock trots out big guns

Soqrat and Barahin are favourite and second favourite respectively for a Pinnacle Stakes contest at Turffontein on Saturday.

Racing News Updates to the latest Summer Cup log

While the latest Gauteng Summer Cup Log is unchanged, there are four Merit Rating changes.

Racing News Kimberley’s Flamingo Park Racecourse to stop operating later this year

It has been too unprofitable for too long and the racing calendar will now be rejigged.

horse news 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.

horse news 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.

horse news Queen’s Plate a royal treat

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

horse news 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.

horse news 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.

horse news Soqrat is the Pick 6 banker

Tarry looks to have the edge with Return Flight in Thekwini Stakes.

horse news It’s My Turn to collect the gold

Hermoso Mundo looking for Gold Cup double.


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