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Back To Kenilworth Today

First off at 13h10

L’Ormarins Queen’s Plate winning jockey Craig Zackey will not ride at today’s Kenilworth meeting.

Zackey won the big race on Vardy on Saturday.

Kenilworth Racecourse


He did not take up his Hollywoodbets Greyville engagements on Sunday as he was medically indisposed. Today ‘family responsibility’ is cited as his reason for not riding and some of his replacements are still outstanding.

There are eight races carded – the first and Bipot opener is off at 13h10.

The Sporting Post’s bet comes up in the fourth race – former Joey Ramsden galloper Apollo Ace (4) will be ridden by Bernard Fayd’herbe.

The false rail is in the original position with a 4m spur at the 600m mark.

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See all the Hollywoodbets betting here

First-timer / Rested horses comments


5 ALLOVERTHEPUPPIES M J Robinson: Nice horse but will need the experience

6 KATAK P Steyn: Will need the run

8 RAIN KEEPS FALLING P Steyn: Will need the run


5 NIPPY SWEETIE B Crawford: May need the run

6 OUR PRIZED JEWEL B Crawford: Working well, place chance

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10 comments on “Back To Kenilworth Today

  1. hilton witz says:

    Surely whoever organizes the national race program should realize you cannot have 3 cape race meetings in the space of 5 days ..Small fields with little depth can only mean low turnover

  2. Nico says:

    Dreadfully small fields. Good for the punters who lump into short odds. Value can be regarded as 5/1 which i dont see as value

    Kenilworth on Friday, Saturday and Tuesday.

    No suprise Tuesdays fields are dreadful. Can’t really blame Cape Trainers on this occasion

  3. Editor says:

    Best wishes to Craig Zackey and his partner on bonny Miss Zackey – their baby due tomorrow, we believe

  4. Das says:

    Hi whatever happend to Felix Coetzee..Robbie fradd..shaun Cormack.. Karl n mark ..

    1. Editor says:

      Felix, Karl, Mark retired
      Fradd and Cormack in Australia


    Eric Fordred, Chris Huisamen, Eroll Lang, Isak Cronje, Kenny Michel, Jimmy Anderson, Alan Levy, Ian Lightfoot, Gary Verne, H Davie, D Martin, M Wepener, G Kotzen, Dana Siegenberg, Peter Sieg, M Pothas, Rooies Fourie, F Macaskill, G Howes, Page Brothers

    and Al Jarreau

    1. Editor says:

      Bruce Gaynham, Paddy Mcgivern, Garth Puller, Bert Aber, Nicky Matthews, Alan Merrit, Marlon Butler, Norman Gotchgo, Johnny Garcia Herbie Lasker


    Gouws, Pita, Bruwer, Sir Stanley Amos, W Ries

    1. karel says:

      And what about the course commentators – Sandy Bicket, Jehan Malherbe, …
      Or the course photographers? Norman, Tony, ….
      And then there’s the tv crews: Martin Locke, turning 80 nogal …

      Fill in the blanks, I’m blank!

  7. Rian says:

    Would never have allowed Dana Siegenberg to ride today, flashy with whip but boy he hardly let one down, Charlie Parker’s, shoo
    Colin Randall , Togo, so many more
    Should have all the names on a board at Kenilworth
    Looking forward to Met

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