Thoroughbred

US Jockey Club unveils online games

The US Jockey Club has launched two interactive online games— Major League Horse Racing, combining the skill of fantasy sports with social media, and Thoroughbred World, a game focused on the breeding, owning, and training aspects of the sport.

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Musir, easy winner in Dubai

Mike de Kock’s UAE specialist, Musir looks set to be campaigned for the Dubai Duty Free after romping home in the Group 3 Al Maktoum Challenge Round 1

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Batting for Beach Beauty

LANCE BENSON: Nothing quite rivals the J&B Met for the pure racing and social experience. The brand is so strong in fact, that despite the inevitable tinkering and tweaking, it remains a winner

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Igugu Class Apart

Reigning horse-of-the-year Igugu will be a warm favourite to take Cape Town by storm when she turns out for the J&B Met on Saturday

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Thriller

Variety Club is well in at the weights in the Cape Derby, but the dark horse of the race is Jackson.

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Gold Rush

Seven juvenile colts and four fillies make up the field for the first black type race for their age. Assessing their relative merit at this time of the season is hazardous to say the least.

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Hospitality for all

A field of 18, with 2kg separating the top weights from those at the bottom contest this 2800m conditions race

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The Champion Returns

Igugu spearheads the assault and it is more than likely her presence has scared most of the original 16 nominations away

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See How They Run

On the grand scale of things, the annual Ready-to-Run sale for 2yo’s is as good as it gets.
For two years in a row, the sale has produced Equus champions. Sale graduates have an opportunity to compete for a prize of R2 million early in their 3yo career – the third richest race in the land and there only are 185 tickets in the draw.

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From Chaos To Reform

Charl Pretorius writes in his Off The Record column on the 4Racing website that owners, trainers and racing fans are gravely concerned about the state of our industry

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