Early Pace Is On

2013 Champions Season Charity Turf Challenge Update

Racing South Africa

Racing South Africa

The 2013 Charity Turf Challenge kicked off with the scintillating performance of, Beach Beauty, the Dennis Drier trained daughter of Dynasty. She won the Gr.2 Drill Hall Stakes and earned 14 points for her legion of followers in the competition.

Capetown Noir might have lost the Gr.2 KRA Guineas, but earned 9 points in the competition as the fast improving Vercingetorix was not listed amongst the official horse entries. Festival Of Fire gave master trainer, Mike de Kock, a Guineas double and earned 14 points. A tough campaigner, she looks to compete in most of the Fillies and Mares Graded races throughout the season.

The main task of processing all entries and capturing payments will now start in earnest and the Racing South Africa team hopes to have the first leader board out by Monday 13 May. We thank you for your support and wish you every success this year!

Charity Turf Challenge by Leading Horses (5 May)

Name of Horse Points
BEACH BEAUTY 14
FESTIVAL OF FIRE 14
CAPETOWN NOIR 9
JET AGLOW 9
CORREDOR 6
HILL FIFTY FOUR 6
JET SUPREME 6
KING OF PAIN 5
DUAL ASSET 1

 

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