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Hawwaam’s Back On Saturday!

It’s a big weekend of feature racing ahead!

It’s a big weekend of feature racing ahead, starting with the East Cape Nursery and Milkwood Stakes, both Listed events, at Fairview on Friday and rounding up with the launch of the SA Champions Season at Hollywoodbets Greyville on Sunday.

Sandwiched in between on Saturday, Turffontein will host three feature races from Champions Day originally scheduled for 4 April – the Gr1 SA Derby over 2450m, the Gr1 HF Oppenheimer Horse Chestnut Stakes over 1600m and the Gr2 Wilgerbosdrift SA Oaks over 2450m.

Callan Murray will partner Hawwaam in the Horse Chestnut Stakes, wheree he forms a three-way Mike de Kock assault with Soqrat and Queen Supreme

Champion Hawwaam with Anton Marcus up (Pic – Chase Liebenberg)

Paul Peter’s undefeated star Summer Pudding bids to win the SA Triple Tiara when she contests the last-mentioned race.

The other races postponed from Champions Day will be run at Turffontein on Saturday 27 June, including the Gr1 Premier’s Champions Challenge, the Gr1 Computaform Sprint and the Gr1 HSH Princess Charlene Empress Club Stakes. Other feature races that day comprise the Gr2 SA Nursery, SA Fillies Nursery and Camellia Stakes and the Gr3 Gold Bowl.

The SA Champions Season in KwaZulu-Natal will kick off on Sunday on the Hollywoodbets Greyville turf track with the running of the Gr2 Independent On Sunday Drill Hall Stakes plus the Gr2 WSB Guineas and WSB Fillies Guineas.

These features declare on Tuesday.

The Turffontein feature fields:

 R425 000 1600m 15:15 Ref-821
1st R255000, 2nd R106250, 3rd R42500, 4th R21250
H F OPPENHEIMER HORSE CHESTNUT STAKES (Grade 1)
Weight for Age
WFA: 2yrs-10.5kgs 3yrs-1.5kgs

1 10 Soqrat (AUS) 60 133 A R Simons Mike de Kock
2 5 Hawwaam 60 131 AM C Murray Mike de Kock
3 3 Cirillo 60 127 A *L J Ferraris Sean Tarry
4 7 Chijmes 60 120 A D Schwarz Gary Alexander
5 2 Tierra Del Fuego 60 120 A G Lerena Sean Tarry
6 6 Hero’s Honour 60 117 A C Maujean Gary Alexander
7 11 Infamous Fox (AUS) 60 117 A D De Gouveia Candice Dawson
8 1 Zouaves 60 117 A P Strydom Geoff Woodruff
9 4 Green Haze 60 116 BA S Khumalo Alec Laird
10 12 Tilbury Fort 60 112 T A L Hewitson Sean Tarry
11 9 Queen Supreme (IRE) 57.5 122 A M V’Rensburg Mike de Kock
12 8 Running Brave 57.5 114 A D L Habib Paul Matchett
Same Trainer – Not Coupled on Tote
(1,2,11) (3,5,10) (4,6)
R425 000 2450m 15:50 Ref-822
1st R255000, 2nd R106250, 3rd R42500, 4th R21250
S A DERBY (Grade 1)
3 year olds (3rd Leg SA Triple Crown)
1 1 Shango 60 120 TBA G Lerena Sean Tarry
2 8 Got The Greenlight 60 116 T A C Murray Joe Soma
3 5 Youcanthurrylove 60 114 A S Khumalo Fabian Habib
4 4 Leopold 60 111 A C Maujean J A Janse van Vuuren
5 2 Imperial Ruby 60 102 A P Strydom Corne Spies
6 11 Master Supreme 60 100 A D Schwarz Candice Dawson
7 9 Western Fort 60 95 CA M Yeni Paul Peter
8 7 Cornish Pomodoro 60 91 T A *L J Ferraris Sean Tarry
9 6 Out Of Your League 60 90 A R Danielson Fabian Habib
10 3 General Jackson 60 85 A C Habib Gary Alexander
11 10 Nebraas 60 84 A L Hewitson Sean Tarry
Same Trainer – Not Coupled on Tote
(1,8,11) (3,9)
R150 000 2450m 14:40 Ref-820
1st R90000, 2nd R37500, 3rd R15000, 4th R7500
WILGERBOSDRIFT S A OAKS (Grade 2)
For 3 year-old Fillies (3rd Leg of SA Triple Tiara)
1 13 Summer Pudding 60 114 A G Lerena Paul Peter
2 10 Marygold 60 112 CA S Khumalo Alec Laird
3 1 Victoria Paige 60 112 A *L J Ferraris Sean Tarry
4 6 Keep Smiling 60 104 T A L Hewitson Sean Tarry
5 2 Snow Palace 60 100 A P Strydom Corne Spies
6 5 Pomander 60 90 A C Murray Mike de Kock
7 9 Machali 60 89 A M Thackeray Candice Dawson
8 8 Just Kidding 60 88 A D Schwarz Gary Alexander
9 11 Ballet Shoes 60 87 A D De Gouveia Candice Dawson
10 14 Magic Mila 60 85 A C Maujean Paul Peter
11 4 Smoking Hot 60 81 A M V’Rensburg Candice Dawson
12 12 Crime Scene 60 79 A C Habib Paul Peter
13 3 Adorable Alley 60 78 A M Yeni Weiho Marwing
14 7 Irish Dame 60 77 A *J R Syster Dianne Stenger
Same Trainer – Not Coupled on Tote
(1,10,12) (3,4) (7,9,11

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19 comments on “Hawwaam’s Back On Saturday!

  1. Donald Murray says:

    Good day, could I ask the question, why if racing is not looking to rock the boat with regards the level 3 restrictions, why does the 3rd leg of the triple tiara have 14 horses confirmed when I thought races were to have a maximum of 12 confirmed?

  2. Dean says:

    I would also like to know as we wouldn’t want the government banning racing again.

    1. Editor says:

      Dean, plse update your surname
      Thanks

  3. g. naicker says:

    14 horses allowed in pattern/graded races. according to reg. set out .
    hope this helps.

  4. WILLIAM MILKOVITCH says:

    But more importantly, the best horse in the country is running tomorrow, Clouds Unfold.

    Hawwaam’s lucky she didn’t decide to make an appearance at Turffontein.

  5. Frankie says:

    Frankie Zackey…
    keeping a close eye on the tote pools since the restart of racing…I love what I see,, there’s been very little movement with the win and place pool after they have jumped..is it because we have Racing people at heart now that’s controlling our game ? absolutely…Finally we got people on board now that only wants our racing to prosper,,it’s been years since I’ve had a positive comment about our totes,,if this good behaviour continues and there’s no more money filtering through the system with 3 furlongs to go until the finishing line,, there’s no way that i’ll be supporting the OPEN BET again…Pools are on the low side as expected for now,, but I personally see a strong growth towards pools very soon…finally the manipulation of tote pools are done and dusted

  6. Satheesh says:

    Good evening. Thanks to all that were involved in getting horse racing back on track. I hope it stays on the front foot going forward and the game being played and administered by truthful heads in position. Well done.

  7. Stephen Carter says:

    Hawaam is favourably disposed towards closed meetings. No crowds, Hawaam jumps.

  8. WILLIAM MILKOVITCH says:

    Good point, Mr. Carter.

  9. Frankie says:

    Frankie Zackey…
    Lol Vardy ready to start up his engines…Clouds Unfold the best horse in SA,,what is going on with the Cape Boys have they been hit by the Covid-19

  10. Pieta Louw. says:

    Well done with your winner in the last today Rod…👍👍

  11. Cecil Pienaar says:

    Hawwaam is back alright ! Nice win

    Wow, so happy for Summer Pudding connections.Mr Danielson wasn’t out of his league 😅 Man, the 3yr old boys are unpredictable this season, but good race.

    Mr Ed, please allow, limited places to comment, but a Big Thanks to HWBets. When you deposit money, or withdraw, it’s quick, even on Weekends. 👍🏼

    1. Editor says:

      Sure Cecil
      Chat Sunday

  12. Graham Hurlstone-Jones says:

    Well that was fun !…..seems all this was done without third run after a rest, he/she will need it…etc….The cream came to the top and it was a pleasure to watch ( greyville will be a nightmare ). Why after watching over a 1000 races all over the world for 8 weeks with hardly a murmer behind the stalls we get two delays before the two big races ? I was relieved when Hawaam won and they sure dropped the bomb after a 5 minute delay in the Derby. It is not normal as you just don’t see it over seas ( yes it happens but it is rare )….weeks of prep and we still get delays, Dont speak too soon Mr Zackey, that tote started doing interesting things the weekend before racing started in SA after weeks of normality, shift change ? I dont know but when those tote favs start swapping around contrary to the actual betting then i stop playing. Royal Kitty tote fav race 5 ??? work that out, that means i do not play anymore today ( nothing has changed that I see, carryovers will carry on ). I am a fall guy for fillies and Mississippi Burning to me is the next big thing ?……I heard the NHA bloke saying its a shame the owners and punters are not at the track…..yeah right, the perfect scenario.

  13. Cecil Pienaar says:

    Hey Graham, nice to see you’re still around. Hope you’re playing, or atleast in the Punters Challenge ..

    Agree, most of us (guys) are fillies guys just Rian and me, Oupa’s now, so more into Mares 🙈

    Hawwaam, Joburg champ, good win, moderate field though, stablemate (filly), unlucky. Next time 😅

  14. Roderick Mattheyse says:

    Graham I hope you are safe in your igloo, and free from Tellytrack or you would have noticed that French and North American racing never start on time. Thanks for your contributions to the pools for only God knows how poor they would have been then

  15. Pieta Louw. says:

    Hey Cecil, as you can see I can’t tip a wheelbarrow…😳

    Volgende keer jou beurt..👍

  16. Cecil Pienaar says:

    Hey Pieta, geez after the 1st 3 legs I thought you had it.
    Nee blixem dit was moeilik 😅.

    Next time 🤞🏻 Lekker Aand

  17. Reuben.kgatle says:

    Hi Peter give tips is long that I was betting wrong horses for the past 33 year I failed to get 30k from them losing over million rand ,Reuben

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