How The CTC Points Work

Gr1 winners the key!

The Charity Turf Challenge got under way at Greyville last Friday evening.

Champions Season opener (Pic – Candiese Marnewick)

The organisers have clarified aspects of the points system.

Grade 1 Races:       

1st place     20 points

2nd place    14 points

3rd place     10 points

Grade 2 Races:    

1st place     14 points

2nd place   9 points

3rd place   6 points

Grade 3 Races:    

1st place    9 points

2nd place   5 points

3rd place       3 points

Listed Races:    

1st place       2 points

All other Races:

1st place       1 point

Points will be scored on the FINAL result (all clear to pay) posted on SAFTOTE.

Bonus Points: the following are eligible for 5 bonus points:

  1. a) Bonus Races

The winners of the following races:

Tsogo Sun Sprint –                        1200m (27 May)

The Rising Sun Gold Challenge – 1600m (08 June)

Track & Ball Derby –                    2400m (22 June) **NEW**

Vodacom Durban July –                2200m (06 July)

eLan Property Group Gold Cup –   3200m (27 July)

  1. b) Long Shots

Any winner whose official Tote win payout exceeds R15

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