Eyes On Charity Turf Challenge

Tsogo Sun Sprint is a bonus race

There was little change at the top of the Charity Turf Challenge leader-board following the running of Gr2 WSB1900 on Saturday.

Eyes Wide Open – the Woodhill Warriors celebrate (Pic – Candiese Marnewick)

However, the return to winning form of Glen Kotzen’s EYE’S WIDE OPEN gave SHIVI3ZN28 a smart leg up from 43rd position to joint 6th on 111 points, some 13 adrift of our leader, DURBAN 12.

To name a few, other notable improvers included DURBAN 14 who scored 6 points with MADE TO CONQUER and DANS DOMINATOR 7 and IN MEMORY OF THE LATE ANNY SEVLALL 6 who shrewdly entered MAGNIFICENT SEVEN (9 points) to move within striking distance of the leader.

The top ten is currently:

  1. DURBAN 12 – 124 POINTS
  2. BLUEBIRD – 120 POINTS

NEIL MOODLEY 4

NEIL MOODLEY10

  1. DURBAN14 – 116 POINTS
  2. SHIVI3ZN28 – 111 POINTS

ALFA2

DANS DOMINATOR 7

NEIL MOODLEY 6

  1. NEIL MOODLEY 8 – 110 POINTS

IN MEMORY OF THE LATE ANNY SEVLALL 6

KEVIN A 12

This weekend the action moves to Scottsville for the Festival Of Speed with four Gr1 sprints including the first of the bonus races, the Tsogo Sun Sprint worth 25 points to the winner.

Racing fans are reminded that Gold Circle is putting on a bus from Greyville to Scottsville, departing at 10h30 and returning at 17h15. The cost is R100 per ticket which includes a R50 betting voucher and a free racecard, so book your place with Zain Adams on 031 314 1788 and COME RACING!

The winners of the first of the R500 betting vouchers kindly donated by TabGold are:

HOTWASP 2

WORLD SPORTS BETTING SABLE SQUARE

Congratulations! You will be contacted in due course by the TabGold team.

The next leader board will be released on Monday, 27 May.

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