David Kuit – Memorial

Family invites friends and colleagues

A reminder that a short celebration of the life of jockey and trainer David Kuit will be held on Saturday morning at 11h00 to 13h00.

The venue is the Elsje Country Inn, 228 2nd Avenue, Bredell-Kempton Park.

A popular guy and a top horseman, David passed away recently after fighting a short battle with cancer.

According to his daughter Natasha, his medical aid did not cover a large part of the substantial costs related to his treatment.

He also had no funeral cover and the family are now faced with a financial burden.

They have provided an account number, should anybody wish to contribute in any way.

R Kuit

FNB Cheque Acc – 623 3970 1650

Branch code: 250 655

The family welcomes all friends and associates of David to join them on Saturday.

Any inquiries to Natasha Kuit on 066150 4313

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