NHA: Lensley Fined

Has the right of appeal against both the finding and the penalty

National Horseracing Authority

Movement of horse without proper reason read more

NHA: Howells Fined

Has the right of appeal against the penalty

National Horseracing Authority

Was charged with a contravention of Rule 10.5.18 in that at an inspection of his stables at Ashburton on 11 August 2016, he had on his premises medications, the prescriptions of which had exceeded 30 days read more

NHA: Trainer Naidoo Fined

Has the right of appeal against the penalty

National Horseracing Authority

Charged with a contravention of Rule 10.5.18, in that at an inspection of his stables at Summerveld on 11 August 2016, he had on his premises medications, the prescriptions of which had exceeded 30 days read more

NHA: Delpech Failed To Ride Mount Out

Inquiry Board fined Mr Delpech the sum of R10 000.

Anthony Delpech - travelling

He has the right of appeal against both the finding and the severity of the penalty read more

Legislate Half-Brother Runs Today

Plenty of interest in Snaith runner

John Freeman's left hand man Benji gets to know Greenflashsunset

Greenflashsunset, a half-brother to 2014 South African Horse of the Year Legislate, is set to make his debut in the third race at Durbanville today read more

28 – No Fear For Ali

Doesn't believe in the track bias

Alistair Cohen (credit: Tellytrack)

While the runners and jockeys have their work cut out for them in The Grand Heritage,there will be someone in the grandstand who has the toughest job of all on the day read more

D’ville 28 Sept – First Timers

Straight from the horse's mouth

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Read what the trainers have to say about the first timers running today read more

Illuminator Update

Million Dollar Horse On The Mend

Million dollar day (photo: hamishNIVENPhotography)

Shortly after his Million Dollar triumph, the son of Trippi suffered an injury which put paid to the remainder of his 3yo season read more

Tapit Tops Again

His son Coup De Grace stands at Klawervlei

Tapit

For a fifth year in a row, champion sire Tapit headed the sires list at the Keeneland September Yearling Sale read more

Winning Ways – The Dennis Bosch Edition

Dennis Bosch

James Goodman and Paul Lafferty host Dennis Bosch in studio for the latest edition of Winning Ways read more

Banking On Dreams

Happy birthday Mr Kantor

Bernard Kantor

A unique insight into the Investec Story, sharing memories from the early days and secrets which Bernard Kantor believes makes the company different read more

Turffontein 27 Sept – First Timers

What the trainers say

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Your guide to the first-timers at Turffontein today read more

Put Your Ass On Some Class

Ride A Thoroughbred

Safwan (photo: supplied)

In order to help promote and celebrate the breed, some rather lovely folks from the South African Eventing fraternity organised two special trophies for the highest placed Thoroughbreds at SA Eventing Champs. Being superstars, Thoroughbreds won both classes. read more

Cautious Stipes Take Their Time

Muzi Yeni lays objection

Shezaleader

It took them what seemed an inordinately long time to decide on what looked to be fairly obvious interference by the winner given that the margin of victory was a couple of pixels read more

Tellytrack Presenter Policy Change

Bucking international trends

Rob Scott

The racing channel will only be utilising one presenter on course with effect from 1 October

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A Racing Tale

July Fever is gripping!

Jamaican Music. Won the July in 1976 under the late Bert Abercrombie. A great year for horseracing in a dark year in South Africa's modern history.

She moves into the world of South African racing with its thrills, romance, fabulous gamblers and into the seamier side of “ringers” and “scams” read more

Big French Hope Out Of Arc

Second favourite ruled out

La Cressionaire

France’s leading hope for next Sunday’s Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe, has been ruled out of the race by trainer Jean-Claude Rouget after picking up a slight injury read more

Melbourne Cup Heroine Is Back

Another Cup win!

Michelle Payne

It was her first win since returning to the saddle two weeks ago at Sale, three-and-a-half months after a potentially career-ending fall at Mildura. read more

Snaith Settles On Feature Exacta

Power player means business this season

Francia wins Settlers Trophy

The Dynasty filly Francia became the first of her sex in thirteen years to win the Settlers Trophy read more

No Slippery Slopes!

First run in Eastern Cape for ex-KZN mare

Alpine Ridge Walmer Handicap

The gutsy Go Deputy mare Alpine Ridge broke an eighteen month drought when scoring a smart win read more

Remember Kournikova?

Game, set and match!

Forest of Dean

Milnerton trainer Patrick Kruyer will have nothing but fond memories of the admirable racemare Kournikova, whom he trained for owner-breeder Frank Sharp more than a decade ago read more

Daniel’s Big Day

Racing courses through their veins

Danny JKotzen

A third generation jockey from a well-known and proud South African horseracing family takes his first step into the history books at Scottsville this afternoon read more

2016 KZN Breeders Awards

And the nominees are

KZN Breeder Awards

The 2016 KZN Breeders Awards are set to take place at Bellwood Stud on 26 November and the KZN Breeders have announced their list of nominees. read more

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