Cape pair is ready

DYNASTY’s son Sir David Baird is surprisingly easy to back in the [Read more…]

Seven arrive in UAE

SEVEN former South African runners destined for the 2018 Dubai Racing Carnival [Read more…]

Runner comments for Vaal

IN today’s runner preview, Andrew Bon chats to assistant trainer Clayton [Read more…]

To cap it all

DIANE de Kock is chuffed with a “Winx” cap, a gift from Josh Norton, [Read more…]

Nother Russia opens 10-1

NOTHER Russia (photo) has opened at 10-1 for the 2018 R5-million Sun Met [Read more…]

Toreador is put down

BUSH Hill Stud has reported the death of resident stallion Toreador [Read more…]

Turffontein runner comments

ASSISTANT trainer Clayton Matthee discusses the De Kock runners in [Read more…]

Bruce loves the snow

WE get to see snow just a few times in a lifetime in South Africa, and [Read more…]

Fradd on fire in Queensland

ROBBIE Fradd had his best day since moving to Queensland when he landed six winners at the Gold Coast on Wednesday, moving to within 1.5 wins of Jeff Lloyd on the premiership table.

The feat will go into the premiership tally as 5.5 wins, with his final ‘winner’ Wild Ava having to settle for a dead-heat with Round Mountain Gem.

Fradd is set to miss Saturday’s Doomben meeting as he joins Lloyd for an international jockeys’ meeting in Mauritius.

“Jeff will probably cut his holiday short now and I will have to watch out for him spiking my drink in Mauritius,” Fradd said. “I will be opening my own beers!

“But in all seriousness, having someone like Jeff to chase makes you want to achieve.

“I have to dig deep if I want to get past Jeff because he’s such a great competitor. And then there’s others like Jimmy (Byrne). The competition is good for racing.”

 

Interview package, Cup day

HERE is Andrew Bon’s full interview package for today’s Sansui Summer Cup meeting. [Read more…]

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