Kevin Shea retires

MIKE de Kock’s former stable jockey Kevin Shea has officially retired [Read more…]

A ticket to Dubai Turf

ON 29 March, 2003, the sensational Ipi Tombe won the then $US2-million [Read more…]

New milestones ahead!

NEW milestones present themselves as others are reached and Mike [Read more…]

Moore is world’s best

UK Champion Jockey Ryan Moore was awarded the first Longines World’s Best [Read more…]

‘Archie’ sires first Gr1 winner

ARCHIPENKO, the Kingmambo horse who won five Graded races including [Read more…]

Shea: Never Say Die!

FORMER stable jockey Kevin Shea is one of the characters of the sport [Read more…]

Talented trio bound for Dubai

CHAMPION  filly Via Africa and two other high quality runners from local trainers will [Read more…]

Experts tip feature double

RACING editor Jack Milner of Racing Express believes that Mike de Kock,

Mary Slack and Kevin Shea will notch a feature double at Saturday’s Kenilworth meeting with Welwitschia (Gr2 Sceptre Stakes, 1200m) and Ilha Bela Listed (Sun Classique Handicap, 2400m). His view is enthusiastically shared by Sporting Post (www.sportingpost.co.za).

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Bank on the Pastor: Kevin Shea has a big strike rate in the Mary Slack silks.

Milner writes that Welwitschia beat “a far stronger line-up (in the recent Diadem Stakes than she faces in this event”, while Ilha Bela is “the best weighted runner, just ahead of Jet Belle.”

Sporting Post’s assessment is that Welwitschia “now faces nine sprinters of her own sex over the same course and distance but at the WFA terms of the race, appears to be the right choice.” Ilha Bela, they reckon, “stands out amongst a modest bunch of locals.”

We won’t disagree with those expert views!

 

 

A plan comes together

MARY Slack’s Welwitschia (headline photo) produced her best to beat the Cape’ [Read more…]

A good start to weekend

THE stable will be hoping  that its winning form from Friday evening at Greyville [Read more…]

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