Grand Series 1&2 For Turffontein On 20 October

Reshuffle of programme

Saturday’s abandoned features will be run as carded and as part of a rescheduled meeting on the Turffontein Inside Track on Saturday 20 October.

The original WSB Grand Heritage, scheduled for the Vaal on 29 September 2018, was split into two races and renamed the Grand Series 1 and 2, and re- rostered for Saturday 13 October alongside the Grand Heritage Consolation.

The three carded features fell victim to a thunderstorm that hit Turffontein and led to the abandonment of Saturday’s meeting after the running of the fourth race.

In a quick reshuffle of the programme, this coming Tuesday’s Turffontein meeting has been moved to Thursday 18 October at the same venue, and replaces the Workriders meeting scheduled for that day.

The Workriders meeting will now be run on Tuesday 23 October, alongside a twilight/ later meeting at Durbanville.

Nominations have been opened for a Fairview polytrack meeting to replace Tuesday’s (16 October) transferred Turffontein meeting.

Trainers and jockeys should monitor the SA site for details of the changed / new programmes.

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