Cape Town based jockey Bernard Fayd’Herbe is always in demand with trainers for the insightful feedback he gives on horses and that popularity is reflected in his promising bookings at Durbanville tomorrow. The lanky rider has seven rides for seven different trainers, with each engagement having something of a winning chance – and a few […]
Spring Man and Brave Move are looking good for other features.
Heavenly Blue makes his comeback ahead of Champions Cup.
Gosden’s First Eleven to score in today’s Group 3 Bahrain Trophy.
African Night Sky among entries for Champions Cup.
Dorrie Sham has had success since moving to the Vaal.

Expect a lot of Shenanigans at Pontefract this afternoon

Roger Varian’s filly was thoroughly impressive in decent handicaps at Goodwood.

Cape Xtreme pulled out of Cape Winter Derby

More rain expected on Thursday and Friday.

Lyle Hewitson ends up riding in the right lane

De Kock and Tarry juveniles impress in Horseshoe, Slipper

Ferraris and Ostinato to score at Kenilworth

Juniper Spring looks the best bet.

Justin Snaith dominates Durban July as Do It Again wins

The favourite, African Night Sky, failed to make the top three after a delayed start.

Cool Muzi gets July Fever

Also has some good rides on the rest of the card.

Roaring Lion to seek revenge in the Coral-Eclipse Stakes

O’Brien still to show his hand for the race.

Luke to show he can rule from the palace

Mark Khan could help Radiant Splendour get back to winning ways.

Snaith runners dominate the betting in July day features

De Kock could provide a second Pick 6 banker with Soqrat.

Prince’s display honours the king

Three winners for Tarry at Greyville.

Majestic Mambo is off to Dubai

Peter feels conditions in Dubai will be ideal for Majestic Mambo.

Vivir has winning verve

PrettyPenny, Image Award look the main dangers.

Upmarket Fresnaye too classy

This Western Winter filly came home strongly from well off the pace on yielding going in that race

Khumalo has the touch

Graduation Day looks to be running into form.



 


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