Marshall Charge Makes Her Move

The latest Gold Rush log

The innovative R7,5 million Gold Rush will be run over 1600m, on 28 January at Cape Met day.

Time Fo Orchids has moved into first place after a great run on Saturday (Pic – Facebook – BSA)

The Gold Rush offers 16 ticketholders the opportunity to race for the massive stake and is open to graduates of the 2021 Cape Premier Yearling Sale.

The race is owned by the 16 slot holders, who will be looking to include their own horse, or even look to do a deal with the owners of the horses on the log.

The latest log issued on 14 November sees Vaughan Marshall’s Time Fo Orchids move to first place after an eye-catching run in the Gr2 Western Cape Fillies Championship at Hollywoodbets Kenilworth on Saturday, 12 November. She ran from a wide draw, and it was her first run for the new yard – definitely one for the notebook!

The latest log for information purposes:

The latest Sprint is online – please click on image below:

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