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The Crown Awaits

Will 2017 deliver the fourth?

Louis The King wins the Gr1 SA Classic at Turffontein on 2014-03-29

Geoff Woodruff’s 2014 Triple Crown winner Louis The King

The R7-million SA Triple Crown for 3-year-olds is the richest series of races in Africa and has been won three times.

Mike Azzie’s Go Deputy gelding Abashiri won the coveted series in 2016.

Mike de Kock’s Horse Chestnut won it in 1999 and the Geoff Woodruff star Louis The King became the third horse to wear the crown, in 2014.

Saturday’s Gr2 Gauteng Guineas is the first leg.

The second leg of the Triple Crown is the R2-million Gr1 SA Classic to be run over 1800m at Turffontein on 1 April.

The third leg is the R2 million Gr1 SA Derby to be run over 2450m on Saturday 6 May.

A bonus of R2 million will be paid to the owner/s of the horse that wins all three legs .

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4 comments on “The Crown Awaits

  1. I would have thought the only 2 that could possibly line-up in all three legs would be JANOOBI & AL SAHEM.

    William Milkovitch

  2. STAYTOMATOSTAY says:

    I did it , I did it , I did it . One of the sweetest and cheapest wins I ever had in 36 years.

    2 x Pick6 perm winners — One banker Smiley Blues Eyes , one banker Janoobi

    I’m as high as a kite.

    William

    1. Editor says:

      Well done Tomato!

  3. STAYTOMATOSTAY says:

    Thank You, it’s way overdue … I’m generally a poor P6 punter for myself. So much easier to tip others.

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