No Quarter Given

CTC table 2The Racing South Africa team has processed all manual entries and payments received. We THANK racing fans for their patience and are pleased to announce that the 2013 competition is now official!

Entrants are in for an exciting week in the competition featuring the Gr.2 Betting World 1900 at Greyville Racecourse on Wednesday, 22 May (night racing) totalling 29 points. The first of the Bonus Races, the Gr.1 Golden Horse Casino Sprint, worth 25 points to the winner, 14 points for second and 10 points for third will be run at Scottsville Racecourse on Saturday, 25 May.

Also featured on the same day will be the Gr.1 South African Fillies Sprint which is worth a total of 44 points. The first of the spot prize draws took place on Friday, 17 May (Greyville night racing) on Tellytrack before the start of Race 5. This is a computer generated, random draw from all entrants and not dependent on points earned.

The two winners of a R500 telephone betting deposit (each) kindly sponsored by TAB GOLD “The Intelligent Bet” are Phillip 1 and Hans 1. Congratulations to both winners!

The next spot prize draw will be on Golden Horse Casino Sprint Day, Saturday, 25 May, where 3 lucky draws for a R500 telephone betting deposit will be done live on Tellytrack before the start of race 5.

As and when Charity Turf Challenge horses earn points, we will update the Racing South Africa website and email data-base: www.racingsouthafrica.co.za

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