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'Third dam does not make it Nationals quality'
Posted 19th Sep 2018
An outsider's view of National Yearling Sale
Posted 29th Apr 2018 29th Apr 2018
'Nothing much left here for him'
Updated 9th Feb 2018 9th Feb 2018
'Good horses qualify themselves' - Dean Kannemeyer
Updated 18th Oct 2017 19th Oct 2017
Nother Russia storms to Gr1 success
Updated 22nd Apr 2017 4th May 2017
Jehan Malherbe’s Form Bloodstock has secured seven horses already at the sale
Posted 1st Mar 2017
Derby prospect wins well as top trainer notches second carnival success
Updated 13th Jan 2017 13th Jan 2017
South African Buyers Formidable at Tattersalls
Posted 21st Sep 2016 22nd Sep 2016
Short Heads - Keeping you on track
Updated 28th Apr 2016
Silvano's star son returns home
Posted 31st Mar 2015
The popularity of the Blue Riband session in particular shows there is a real niche for the classic types of horses
Posted 2nd Mar 2015
Let's ask for a review of the wfa scale...
Racing needs to start listening
Baby boomer brings home the winners
Eating snails - part of the French experience
Chance to be assessed for jockey training
Useful information for horserace betting
A few clues to help you on race day
Time for doubters to see the light
All you ever wanted to know but didn’t dare ask
Challenges facing a handicapper are manyfold
Eyes Wide Open is my fancy......if Hawwam does not come to the party......
July Gallops – Save The Date >>
Riaan, thanks. Are you sure of those numbers? By my count I get 17x3yo, 18x4yo, 6x5yo, 1x6yo.
3yo’s – Should You Be Backing Them? >>
Rian are you sure.... you have omitted 3 year olds...
The Dark Duke
Mr Editor could you please ask the experts when some discretion is applied becomes applicable in rac...
Handicappers – How They Saw Scottsville >>
A brilliant idea for the public to be part of the action.
I am hoping that a KZN trainer wins it ...
July – You Are Invited >>
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