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Bright Flame wins the R135 000 WSB Sprint
Updated 3rd Aug 2019 3rd Aug 2019
PE filly loses it in last stride
Updated 5th May 2019 7th May 2019
Ascot bred is a 1000m specialist
Updated 29th Dec 2018 29th Dec 2018
Gone West line stallions have once again been to the fore, the world over, in 2017
Posted 4th Aug 2017
SP top-rated wins his first Gr1 at 16 to 1
Updated 29th Jul 2017 3rd Aug 2017
4 winners for Sail From Seattle - 2 winners for Bold Silvano
Posted 23rd Jun 2017 23rd Jun 2017
Kenilworth winner for Sands
Posted 8th Apr 2017 10th Apr 2017
Cape Premier Yearling Sale is a rare opportunity to acquire a gem
Posted 16th Jan 2017 16th Jan 2017
Girl beats the boys
Updated 1st Oct 2016 1st Oct 2016
Gr1 win for son of Sail From Seattle
Updated 30th Jan 2016 1st Feb 2016
Bernard Faydherbe will ride Golden Sleep in the 2015 Hong Kong Derby
Updated 6th Mar 2015 7th Mar 2015
A happy racehorse retirement story
Gauteng and Kimberley take the initial brunt
What now? Bottom up?
Sun Met runner-up will be ridden by Ryan Moore
No response from NHRA or racing operator
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
I was always under the impression that Vee Moodley is a qualified CA. That is what I was led to beli...
Chief Stipe Resigns >>
In support of Hilton Witz' accurate email - it is time that all positions in racing go to the correc...
Sarvan just to correct your post, Vee Moodley is not a CA....
And then there is the story about a certain horse that some said was going places.His step up the la...
Peter Tops National Log >>
Thank you Sarah for this very good article ! DAYLAMI, a great champion and as you say improving Broo...
Daylami’s British Classic Strike >>
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