Sun Set To Shine

Diarise Saturday 4 June

The glamorous, famous and fabulous of the South African celebrity set will descend on Pietermaritzburg for the Tsogo Sun Sprint Raceday, to be held at Scottsville Racecourse alongside the Golden Horse Casino complex on Saturday, 4 June 2016.

Tsogo Sun

Introduced in 1962, the Tsogo Sun Sprint is the oldest, biggest and richest sprint event and one of the top six race days on South Africa’s prestigious horse racing events calendar. This year’s race offers R1 million in prize money.

The event attracts celebrities, socialites, sports personalities and the fashion forward who enjoy flaunting the myriad interpretations of the theme for both prize and prestige .

This year’s theme has been revealed as: ‘Unbridled African Flair’ to great enthusiasm, following last year’s multi-coloured take on the popular theme.

Event:             Tsogo Sun Sprint Race

Venue:            Scottsville Racecourse

Theme:           Unbridled African Flair

Date:               Saturday, 4 June 2016

Time:              10am

 Call 033 395 8136 or visit www.tsogosun.com for more information.

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