Hollywoodbets Street Parade Returns

Turffontein - first off at 12h15

Turffontein heads the local racing slot on Monday 2 January, but it is Cape Town that will be awash with colour with the return of the minstrels at the Hollywoodbets Cape Town Street Parade, Africa’s largest cultural festival.

Thousands will take to the streets of the Cape Town city centre on Monday to celebrate the traditional ‘Tweede Nuwe Jaar’.

Muneeb Gambeno, Kaapse Klopse Karnival Association Director, says that the backing they have received from new title sponsor Hollywoodbets has helped make this possible, along with the support of the City of Cape Town and other sponsors. “In order to organise an event on this scale, we need many stakeholders to work together to achieve the vision of creating an inclusive event for all the people of Cape Town. We are thrilled that the Klopse are able to take to the streets again in 2023, and look forward  to the best version of the event to date.”

Devin Heffer, Hollywoodbets Brand and Communication Manager, says, “Hollywoodbets is honoured to be a part of this iconic event, now known as the Hollywoodbets Cape Town Street Parade, that is a part of the country’s rich cultural tapestry. Growth, community development and fun are in the DNA of the Purple Family, and these are the values we share with the Kaapse Klopse Karnival Association. The partnership comes at a vital time as communities in the Cape are recovering from the devastating effects of COVID-19. Being a community-focussed company, we are excited to be a part of, and add value, to this fun and vibrant event!”

Here’s all the Monday horseracing:

Boort 02:03 am 7 Harness
Gilgandra 04:20 am 8 Horseracing
Moruya 04:34 am 8 Horseracing
Port Pirie 04:58 am 6 Harness
Cairns 05:16 am 8 Horseracing
Esperance 08:04 am 7 Horseracing
Pinjarra 08:33 am 8 Harness
Turffontein 12:15 pm 9 Horseracing
Pau 12:55 pm 8 Horseracing
Lingfield 14:23 pm 7 Horseracing
Plumpton 14:30 pm 7 Horseracing
Ayr 14:45 pm 7 Horseracing
NewcastleUK 16:38 pm 7 Horseracing
Parx Racing 18:55 pm 11 Horseracing

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