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Sun Met Launched Today

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The countdown to Africa’s Richest Race Day starts today with the launch of the Sun Met.

The event, taking place in Cape Town, will be broadcast live on Tellytrack from 19h00 this evening.

The Sun Met will bring racing enthusiasts and fashionistas together at the Kenilworth Racecourse to celebrate and witness the thrill of what is already being billed as the ‘Race of the Decade’.

If all goes to plan, The Sun Met 2020 should see defending champion Rainbow Bridge, the Vodacom Durban July winner Do It Again, and the Premier’s Champions Challenge winner Hawwaam line up to – once and for all – determine who carries the crown as the country’s top Thoroughbred.

Expect world-class horse racing entertainment, and equestrian-inspired elegance like you’ve never seen before.

Under the theme African Luxury: Visionaries, Cape Town’s most prestigious horse-racing event combines high-end fashion with world-class entertainment – both on and off the race track. Inspired by forward-thinkers and creativity, the theme for the 2020 edition of The Sun Met is a celebration of luxury with racing enthusiasts and fashionistas expected to evolve imagination on Race Day.

Tune in to Tellytrack on channel 239 on DStv tonight..

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4 comments on “Sun Met Launched Today

  1. Pieta says:

    What the hell was happening there….

  2. Michael Jackson says:

    I am hoping this year’s SunMet is going to be a hell of an improvement on last year’s debacle. Less than 8500 people attended an underwhelmingly soulless event. I remember the halycon days of the J & B Met when the house full signs went up mid afternoon! Sun International needs to up their game and learn from their casino businesses how to reward the core customers on the big days. The celebrities will come and go, but the regular racegoers who they try to shunt off the racecourse on Met day will be back the following week.

    Kenilworth racing should by now being encouraging punters to attend the summer racing programme and reward those regulars with free entry and a loyalty package on Met Day. The season starts on Saturday, but KR hasn’t yet woken up from its winter slumber!

    Catch a wake-up Kenilworth racing and Sun International!

  3. Jack Swarts says:

    Agree. What a dismal clueless event, presented by amateurs, to an audience that really looked like a rent–a-crowd.

  4. anand Chetty says:

    The Met will continue to be a disaster attendance wise when Western Cape racing withdrew reciprocal VIP member facilities from Gold Circle members.
    I was a regular attendee from Durban, enjoying reciprocal courtesy extended to members with regard to decent accommodation in the members enclosure.
    Sitting in the open grandstand area under a beach umbrella with the Cape sun frying me, and no chance of locating one square inch of shade anywhere, is NOT my idea of fun, and I most certainly am not going to invest my hard earned money flying to Kenilworth to be treated like a third rate citizen

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