16.8.2019 04:32 pm
Excerpt for test 2
This is a write up for test 2
The association has given Phumelela Gaming and Leisure until today to respond to its call for a shutdown.
Hat-trick looms: Don’t write off the ‘homeboy’.
This eight-time winning five-year-old will attempt to register a third consecutive July day triumph on Saturday.
Here is a tip for you for Saturday. Back Number 14, no matter the horse, trainer or rider.
Saturday sees the running of the continent’s greatest horseracing event, the Vodacom Durban July
In their recent list of the world’s top horses, Longines rated him in the top 10 racehorses. Having that distinction certainly should make him a winner.
Facing him today is ensuring there are no issues at the Royal Race Day at Turffontein, which will be attended by Princess Charlene of Monaco.
Last Saturday’s Derby meet was a day to remember. The reason? Immaculately turned out horses and freedom to ride tactically are the keys to success.
The Royal Race Day at Turffontein will raise funds for the Gugulesizwe Primary and Lesabe Primary Schools.
Santa Anita Racetrack was rocked by a 23rd equine death in just over three months on Sunday as gelding Arms Runner was euthanized after a fall in the $100,000 San Simeon Stakes.
Paradox: jockeys need strength but have to keep food and drink intake down. Meanwhile, there are two strong bankers in today’s Turffontein Pick 6.
Billy Silver could have the edge in the hotly contested grade 2 sprint. Meanwhile there’s another Strydom in the irons at Fairview.
Rock The Globe had run on well for second on his racecourse debut, and, despite a wide draw over the 1400m, went off as the 22-10 favourite.