2012 Champions Season Charity Turf Challenge

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“Cargo Movers 1”freightens off opposition!

Much to the delight of a multitude of Charity Turf Challenge fans, What A Winter did the job for the Bass team when romping home in the Gr1 Mercury Sprint and thereby taking home 20 points. Golden Horse Casino Sprint bonus winner, Delago Deluxe, continued his good run of form in the competition adding 14 points for his second place and Snowdon taking third place and another 10 points for his efforts.
But the big news of the weekend was the performance of last week’s third placed entrant, “Cargo Movers 1”, who is looking pretty with an 11 point lead going into the final stage of the competition. Now on 240 points, “Cargo Movers 1” relies on Gorongoso in the last of the bonus races worth 25 points to the winner, the Gr1 Ladbrokes Gold Cup.

To see all updated points visit the website www.racingsouthafrica.co.za

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