Kotzen – Decent Run Expected Today

Straight from the horse's mouth - Kenilworth

‘Is the pick of my first timers here – has done enough ground work to run a decent enough race. It all depends where they choose to race, the inside or outside’ read more

Honour For SA Breeder

Fomer Chairman of the TBA and NHA

Advocate Joubert is known to the SA horseracing and breeding industry as the breeder of recent newsmaker National Colour, South Africa’s Horse of the Year in 2006 read more

Sun Rises On July Dreams

Entries for features - Greyville 10 June

Half the entries for the Rising Sun Gold Challenge are July nominees including last year’s July winner The Conglomerate, Captain America, Marinaresco, the filly Bela-Bela and Master Sabina read more

The Flame Catches Fire

Bush Hill's son of Dynasty breaks the ice

Irish Flame

It is fitting that in the anniversary week of his greatest triumph in the 2010 Daily News 2000, Dynasty’s multiple Gr1 winning son Irish Flame sired his first winner read more

Just Carry On Forever

What a horse!

Superstar speed mare Carry On Alice bowed out of her illustrious track career with a fifth Gr1 success on Saturday read more

Twice The Pleasure!

First Gr1 success for Twice Over

Summerveld trainer Dennis Drier saddled the winner of the Gr1 Tsogo Sun Gold Medallion for the sixth time in eight years and for the seventh time overall, at Scottsville on Saturday read more

Gr1 Double For Champions

75% of the afternoon's features were won from the outside draw!

Ruling champion Sean Tarry increased his lead at the top of the SA Trainer’s title log with a superb Gr1 double at Scottsville on Saturday read more

Winter Partnership On Fire

Six winners for Aldo Domeyer

The combination of Candice Bass-Robinson, jockey Aldo Domeyer, stallion What A Winter, and a partnership of owners Mayfair Speculators, Marsh Shirtliff and Bryn Ressell repeated their double feature feat of earlier this month read more

Callan Murray Scores Hong Kong Gr3

Polished performance at third outing

Callan Murray receives his trophy for the G3 Sha Tin Vase (photo: HKJC)

Fast becoming the pride of South Africa, Callan Murray scored his first victory at Sha Tin, bringing 88/1 outsider Lucky Year home in the G3 Sha Tin Vase read more

Brave Mary Too Strong

First fairer sex Gr1 success for Brave Tin Soldier

Gauteng raiding combination Paul Matchett and Gunter Wrogemann scored a surprise in the opening leg of the Gr1 jackpot at Scottsville on Saturday read more

Welcome Back, Neil !

Neil Pretorius returns after heart attack

Neil Pretorius with his son Devon (photo: supplied)

Betting World’s Neil Pretorius suffered a sudden heart attack two weeks ago. However, he is on the mend and will be back at his desk this week read more

Listed Glenlair Trophy

SA's longest race looks a natural target

Winless in over two years, the 6yo Archipenko gelding Kingston Mines found form at his fifth start in the Eastern Cape read more

Development at Kenilworth Racecourse?

Rezoning application for housing, hotel and restaurants

Kenilworth Racecourse (photo: Gold Circle)

Rezoning application for 8ha of Kenilworth Racecourse proposes housing, a hotel and a restaurant read more

Speed Sire For Bush Hill

The fastest ever winner of the prestigious Jersey Stakes at Royal Ascot

‘A very good looking horse, correct and powerful and he was a racehorse of the highest class. He was tough and genuine. A joy to train!’- Dermot Weld read more

KZN Breeders Newsletter

May 2017

KZN Breeders Club

Catch up on all the latest news from the KZN Breeders’ Club read more

Frankie Praises Duke’s Son

Now more than fifty stakes winners

Drakenstein Stud’s Duke Of Marmalade is the sire of tough-as-teak gelding Big Orange, who made it group win number five at Sandown yesterday read more

United They Stand!

County Kildare is a world away from the rustic rural setting of Piketberg but Bennie van der Merwe and his Moutonshoek team will have their eyes firmly focussed on the Curragh on Sunday read more

African Night Sky To Go For The Crown

Snaith Racing Confirms Tilt At Winter Derby

It’s turning into something of a vintage season for Fred Crabbia read more

A Bit Late To Race!

Short Heads

Greyville racing ended at 21h50 last Friday evening with the running of the Listed East Coast Cup. Read more and plenty of interesting other snippets again this week read more

Off To A Flyer!

Training starts at Kildangan Stud in Ireland on 14 August 2017

Godolphin Flying Start has announced the latest intake of scholarship recipients for the two year programme read more

What Is The Answer?

The industry has found that drugs are one way...

A number of racetracks have already replaced their dirt tracks with softer Polytrack surfaces, for the purpose of reducing breakdowns, but all we know about these tracks is that they often are the bane of true speed horses, favouring come-from-behind plodders read more

Changes At The TBA

Council Elects New Chairman and CEO

The TBA Council have elected Piemonte Stud’s Mr Lee Scribante as their new Chairman and appointed Catherine Hartley as the new CEO read more

Nico On Track To Recovery

In pain but keen to get back to work

Nico Kritsiotis

Gauteng racecaller Nico Kritsiotis is back on the road to health and recovery after a lengthy operation on Tuesday read more

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