Emerald Cup – Anger Rages!

Will you be there?

Anger wins Auust Stakes

Anger could be all the rage after his brilliant win in the August Stakes

All roads lead to the Vaal Racecourse later this month where music and thoroughbred horse racing will combine for a spectacular day in the sun at the annual Emerald Cup.

The date set for this premier event is Saturday, 27 September 2014. Some of South Africa’s finest performers including Lonehill Estate, Daniel Baron and Lloyd Cele will head to the Vaal Racecourse where they are expected to set the stage alight with their sounds.

Top thoroughbreds will battle it out in the highlight of the Supreme Sand Racing Season.

The Brazillian bred winner of the August Stakes, Anger will face off against a formidable field including last year’s Emerald Cup winner, In a Rush who will be defending his title.

Racing fan, Tanita Pember will be amongst the throng of race goers who are set to experience the rush of a day at the races following her win at the August Stakes. Pember was the recent recipient of a 2-night stay at the Emerald Resort and Casino. Whilst entrance and kid’s entertainment is free, a variety of hospitality packages are available including the return of the popular track side catered braai sites.

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