Dom’s Back In The System!

Plenty of winners in his eight months with us

Dom Zaki – great team-player and a man who loves his racing

All good things come to an end.

But in this case our fond farewells are mingled with sincere best wishes to a top racing man and a big thumbs-up as he takes on new challenges in the industry.

At the age of 52, Dominic Zaki probably won’t be following Frankie Dettori’s lead and writing any blockbuster autobiographies quite yet.

But the multiple Gr1 winning trainer and former Tellytrack champion is back in the mainstream horseracing fray with 4Racing from Tuesday 2 November. .

That means it’s the end of the race for his popular Hollywoodbets-sponsored daily Zak’s Back On Track podcast, that has won many friends and tipped a host of winners in the eight months since we welcomed his expertise on board.

“Thanks to the  entire Hollywood team for their help and support. A very, very professional outfit! Thanks also to all the punters – without you there is no game,” added the passionate racing man.

And the show goes. Dom will hopefully go out in grand style at Fairview today.

Here is his exotic so long, in case you are unable to jot it down during the podcast:

Fairview Bipot

  • 1, 3
  • 1, 2, 3
  • 1, 5, 9
  • 1, 9, 11
  • 1, 2
  • 3, 4, 5

Cost R324

Click on the image below to listen to the final podcast:

Ed – Watch this space!

The Sporting Post’s exciting new-look website will be live in the next few months and there are plenty of exciting things planned.

To Dom and Bev and the family, our very best wishes.

South African horseracing just won a good man back. We hope he can contribute to making a real difference and getting the game back on track – where it belongs.

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