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DURBANVILLE DOUBLE FOR DRAKENSTEIN STUD

Leading Cape thoroughbred nursery Drakenstein Stud enjoyed a notable day at Durbanville on Monday. Not only did Drakenstein bred and own Monday's impressive winners Santa Maria and Amanzimtoti, but Drakenstein Stud stallions What A Winter and Trippi accounted for four...

MAURITIUS SUCCESS FOR FORMER DE KOCK STAR

Talented gelding Frosted Gold, who did so well when racing for the Mike De Kock stable, picked up a notable win when victorious in the The Westminster Racing Syndicate- Princess Margaret Cup (1400m) in Mauritius on Sunday. The grey son of Vinery Stud's All Too Hard...

BRITTISH SUCCESS FOR OH SUSANNA’S SISTER

The William Haggas trained Artemisia Lomi, a half-sister to South African Horse Of The Year Oh Susanna (pictured below), got off the mark when running out a facile winner at Ripon on Saturday. Fourth on her previous start, the three-year-old daughter of Galileo was...

ONE WAY TRAFFIC MAKES ALL IN SETTLERS TROPHY

Trainer Justin Snaith always looked hard to oppose in Saturday's Listed Settlers Trophy (2000m) and so it proved, with Snaith sending out One Way Traffic and Bayberry to finish first and second respectively. With just 52.5kgs on his back, and under the inform Richard...

MARS DOWNS UNBEATEN STABLEMATE AT DURBANVILLE

Well bred four-year-old Veronica Mars claimed the scalps of some promising younger fillies when she won the Computaform Online Graduation Plate (1400m) at Durbanville on Saturday afternoon. The daughter of former Horse Of The Year Legislate looked to have a tough task...

2000 WINS FOR LERENA

Fittingly, former South African champion jockey Gavin Lerena picked up the 2000th win of his career when he booted promising three-year-old Quantum King home to victory at Turffontein on Saturday. A son of Querari, the lightly raced Quantum King is a half-brother to...