Jockey Title Race Is Open

Who is your pick?

Winning Form sponsored Muzi Yeni’s two winners at Flamingo Park on Monday boosted the Northern Cape champion to lead the national log on 143 winners with reigning champion Lyle Hewitson level pegging.

Muzi Yeni (photo: hamishNIVENPhotography)

Muzi Yeni (photo: hamishNIVENPhotography)

The hard-working Yeni’s strike rate is 11,78% while Hewitson is 15,42 %

The man with the lethal strike-rate Anton Marcus (30.21 %) in second position on 142 winners – with past champion Gavin Lerena 18 adrift in fourth. Lerena is on a healthy 26,61 % win strike-rate.

With about 15 weeks left of the season, the race is wide open.

The above figures are correct as per the seventh race at Greyville on Wednesday

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