De Kock Holds Strong Hand In Summer Cup

De Kock Holds Strong Hand In Summer Cup

Leading trainer Mike de Kock appears to have a strong hand in Saturday’s G1 Gauteng Chris Gerber Summer Cup this weekend. De Kock, who has already won the Summer Cup on nine occasions, saddles no fewer than five of the 20 runners in Saturday’s R2 000 000 Turffontein,...

HORSE OF THE YEAR BACK TO WINNING WAYS

The Drakenstein Stud bred and owned Oh Susanna, South Africa’s Horse Of The Year for 2017-2018, picked up her sixth career win when landing Saturday’s G2 Tibouchina Stakes at Greyville. Despite concerns over her recent defeat, and fears that the champion may find the...

Exceed And Excel Blueblood Claims First Stakes

Everything finally fell into place for the Peter and Paul Snowden-trained Signore Fox in Saturday’s Listed Daybreak Lover Plate (1200m) at Eagle Farm. Given a cosy run back in the field by James McDonald as the favourite Plague Stone was hung out three wide the...

WYLIE HALL’S RELATIVE BACK IN WORK

Multiple Group One-winning mare Melody Belle, a relation to Cheveley Stud’s exciting first crop sire Wylie Hall is back in work in preparation for a busy spring campaign. The four-year-old daughter of Commands is likely to be named New Zealand Horse of the Year...