Bouquet for East Cape

A large bouquet to the Eastern Cape for the fantastic show they put on. The whole weekend from decor to food was exceptional. A special mention to Graham Hawkins who as always turned the charity auction into a major triumph.
My brickbat goes unashamedly to Snaith Racing for raiding many of the minor races with horses from Cape Town who had obvious ability above those Port Elizabeth horses against whom they were racing. It is true that they are entitled to enter horses as they wish but somehow it leaves a slightly bitter taste that they did not contest these minor races with their string of horses that are already racing in Port Elizabeth.
Overall a great experience.
Via web comment – Martin le Roux

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