Be Shaw On World Sports Betting Cape Town Met Day!

First due off @ 11h55

South Africa’s leading horseracing video/podcast, A Shaw Thing is powered by Hollywoodbets and is broadcast thrice weekly.

Shaheen Shaw goes over the card for the World Sports Betting Cape Town Met racemeeting at Hollywoodbets Kenilworth on Saturday.

The first is off at 11h55.

For your convenience, it is available on video and audio.

Please watch it here:

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A reminder that punters could win big in the Hollywoodbets Punters’ Challenge on the World Sports Betting Cape Town Met raceday on Saturday 27 January.

All you have to do is make your Punters’ Challenge selections for Hollywoodbets Kenilworth and you could win an estimated *R3 Million Jackpot prize for selecting all the winners on the day.

There’s also a massive *R200 000 for placing in the Top 50 on the leaderboard and a must-be-won prize of *R200 000 for the punter/s who selects the most winners on the day.

*Amounts subject to Bet Slip bonus rules.

A reminder that punters could win big in the Hollywoodbets Punters’ Challenge on the World Sports Betting Cape Town Met raceday on Saturday 27 January. All you have to do is make your Punters’ Challenge selections for Hollywoodbets Kenilworth and you could win an estimated *R3 Million Jackpot prize for selecting all the winners on the day. There’s also a massive *R200 000 for placing in the Top 50 on the leaderboard and a must-be-won prize of *R200 000 for the punter/s who selects the most winners on the day. *Amounts subject to Bet Slip bonus rules

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