"Markus Jooste bought two horses for me in Ireland and, if it hadn’t been for him, I would never have had her." Mike De Kock
The colt caused one of the biggest classic shocks in South African racing history when getting up almost in the last stride at 100/1 in the Cape Guineas
Trainer Justin Snaith has the Horse of the Year Summer Pudding in his sights with his Cape Guineas winner
At least one of the big races in the Cape summer season will be a target for the filly
Leading owner\breeder Mary Oppenheimer and Daughters (MOD) are opposing Betfred’s nearly R1 billion bid to acquire the assets of embattled Phumelela Gaming & Leisure
Justin Snaith's fifth win in the Durban July leaves him behind only the legendary trainers Terrance Millard (six) and Syd Laird (seven) in the race’s 124-year history
Champion sprinter Kasimir, in the Nagle colours, covered himself in glory when beaten little more than a length while giving 16lb to the first two
Hollywoodbets came up with an unsecured loan of R40 million (more than €2 million)
The new favourite for the Vodacom Durban July is the Eric Sands-trained gelding Rainbow Bridge
Racing resumed after 10 weeks of enforced inactivity that have had a huge effect on the industry
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