Gr3 Algoa Cup

Hanging Ten

The Modern Day gelding Surfin’ USA was the last local horse to win the Gr3 Algoa Cup

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Sheriff To Surf Home

History shows that the ‘PE July’ is owned by away horses. Local man Jacques Strydom bucked that trend though when he saddled Surfin’ USA to win in 2009. He talks about this year’s renewal

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Set For Super Sunday

SA champion trainer Sean Tarry steps on to the Fairview R350 000 Gr3 Algoa Cup playground today – territory which has been the exclusive preserve of his Cape colleagues for as long as we can remember

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Disco Al

Dance For The Double Today?

They have come from near and far and in all shapes and sizes for the ‘PE July’ to be run at Fairview today. The R350 000 Betting World Gr3 Algoa Cup is as entertaining and open a handicap that any racing enthusiast could hope to enjoy. And Ramsden and Marcus are on a high after a good day at Kenilworth on Saturday

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Four Men & A Baby

Racing administrators should be made to own horses and feel the pain in every way possible. This is the only way they will ever understand the frustration.

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The Greeff Dynasty

Alan Greeff saddles the gallant stayer October Club in the Gr3 Algoa Cup on Sunday. With a family tradition steeped in the historic fabric of local racing, Greeff will not be too perturbed that he has had stronger chances in years gone by.

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Gr3 Algoa Cup – Forest Of Dean

Forest Of Dean has undertaken the journey between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth twice in three weeks, but it doesn’t do him any harm and his return trip to the Eastern Cape produced the desired result when he narrowly won the Gr3 Algoa Cup.

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