A Proud Son

Some flashes of great memories

Tony Sivewright was not even 3 years old when his Dad Robbie rode Sea Cottage to a dead-heat with Jollify in the Durban July.

The first horse  ever to be inducted into the SA Racing Hall Of Fame, Sea Cottage ended his career with 20 wins from 24 starts and was widely regarded as the greatest horse to ever grace the South African turf – until Horse Chestnut arrived.

Tony Sivewright chats to the SABC in this short interview – and shows us the bullet that made news across the country

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