Robin Bruss

It Takes A Village

It might be my name on the page as the breeder, but it was a team effort – I consider myself the lucky recipient

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Jallad

Jallad Remembered

He often passed on some of his faults, but you closed your eyes and bought them anyway, because that’s how they ran.

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Deo Juvente

The horse business is really a people business and that’s why the best horses usually have the best stories.

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King's Bay (photo: Gold Circle)

Lost And Found

Doug Campbell’s smart King’s Bay was the first South African purchase by the China Horse Club in 2013. After a luckless international campaign, he has just resurfaced in Australia and debuted Downunder at Moonee Valley last Friday

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Cat In The Hat?

Imported to South Africa from Argentina in November 2016 and a one-time Vodacom Durban July entry, the dual Gr1 winner has only his fifth career start but has been off for over a year

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2013 J&B Met - Martial Eagle

Is It All Doom And Gloom?

The only reason horseracing is still alive in South Africa is due to the number of extremely high net-worth individuals involved in the sport

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National Horseracing Authority

Bruss Resigns

Robin Bruss has tendered his resignation as a Director of the National Board of Directors of The National Horseracing Authority

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New Blood, New Hope

There are three freshman stallions and four first-crop stallions represented at Sunday’s Bloodstock SA Cape Yearling Sale at Hollywoodbets Kenilworth

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