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No. 2253

FRIDAY 20th - SUNDAY 22nd MAY 2016

ISSN 1023 / 6996

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1:00pm (Saturday) p.48

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SA Champions Season Thrills Daily News 2000 will be a cooker

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Bling Is King

200 winners up for Khumalo

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No Excuses

Gogetthesheriff’s trainer speaks

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Gr2 BETTING WORLD 1900 at Greyville on Friday

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SPORTING POST • FRIDAY 20th - SUNDAY 22nd MAY 2016

THE NEW MASTERPIECE Capetown Noir is the complete package. Equine Royalty: The son of an Emperor, out of a Broodmare of the Year from a Guineas-winning daughter of the leading broodmare sire of all time. The “X Factor” Racehorse: Exceptional Juvenile; Dual Classic winner and Champion Miler at three; L’Ormarins Queens Plate champion at four.

CLASS IS AN OBSESSION LEADING BREEDERS BY STAKES

26,980,592 17,697,513 13,464,825 10,491,563 10,031,525 8,628,501 7,769,950 7,421,150 7,337,888 7,195,000 7,169,825 5,368,300 4,853,500 4,635,951 4,609,119 4,527,575 4,110,813

Breeder

rnrs

AEPR

runs

Klawervlei Stud Summerhill Stud Highlands Maine Chance Lammerskraal Stud Wilgerbosdrift Mauritzfontein Stud Avontuur Farm Scott Bros Drakenstein Stud Varsfontein Stud Ascot Stud Hemel ‘n Aarde Stud The Alchemy Moutonshoek GJ Armitage Cheveley Stud

380 71,002 1949 342 51,747 2090 164 82,103 884 187 56,105 1026 81 123,846 464 115 75,030 692 98 79,285 563 53 140,022 228 162 45,296 984 92 78,207 461 96 74,686 543 80 67,104 438 111 43,725 595 96 48,291 579 106 43,482 546 74 61,183 421 73 56,313 390

wnr/ rnr%

SW SW SW/ wnrs wns wnr%

plcs plc/ SP rns%

128 121 64 81 41 59 45 27 46 47 42 38 29 42 38 29 35

34% 35% 39% 43% 51% 51% 46% 51% 28% 51% 44% 48% 26% 44% 36% 39% 48%

4 3 8 4 6 4 4 3 2 3 3 2 0 1 4 2 3

556 551 238 334 145 225 179 79 282 157 181 138 164 170 152 125 110

5 3 12 4 9 5 6 5 2 6 4 2 0 1 4 2 4

3% 2% 13% 5% 15% 7% 9% 11% 4% 6% 7% 5% 0% 2% 11% 7% 9%

29% 26% 27% 33% 31% 33% 32% 35% 29% 34% 33% 32% 28% 29% 28% 30% 28%

17 14 10 14 9 9 5 6 3 10 6 8 1 5 2 2 3

LEADING BREEDERS BY AEPR

7,421,150 10,031,525 1,604,400 13,464,825 7,769,950 7,195,000 1,607,050 8,628,501 7,169,825 1,916,938

Breeder

rnrs

AEPR

Avontuur Farm Lammerskraal Stud WJ Engelbrecht Highlands Mauritzfontein Stud Drakenstein Stud Tawny Syndicate Wilgerbosdrift Varsfontein Stud WJ Engelbrecht Jnr

53 140,022 81 123,846 18 89,133 164 82,103 98 79,285 92 78,207 21 76,526 115 75,030 96 74,686 26 73,728

wnrs wns

wnr/ rnr%

SW SW SW/ wnrs wns wnr%

plcs plc/ SP rns%

228 464 114 884 563 461 115 692 543 129

27 41 41 81 11 21 64 101 45 62 47 70 10 18 59 84 42 60 14 19

51% 51% 61% 39% 46% 51% 48% 51% 44% 54%

3 6 1 8 4 3 1 4 3 1

79 145 38 238 179 157 29 225 181 37

11% 15% 9% 13% 9% 6% 10% 7% 7% 7%

35% 31% 33% 27% 32% 34% 25% 33% 33% 29%

Illuminator 10,615,467 Champagne Haze 1,625,175 Silver Mountain 4,330,824 Princess Royal 330,000 Abashiri 3,391,250 Noah From Goa 1,215,625 Smart Call 2,503,000 Legal Eagle 4,171,000 Wild One 781,250 Inara 1,662,800 Juxtapose 1,376,000 Gulf Storm 680,250 Victorious Jay 1,870,850 Unparalleled 281,600 Exit Here 685,494 French Navy 1,217,500 Bela-Bela 458,125

trainer 39% 9% 32% 3% 34% 14% 32% 56% 11% 23% 19% 13% 39% 6% 15% 27% 11%

ore runners

runs

5 9 1 12 6 6 1 5 4 1

top earner with stakes & % of total stakes

with 15 or m

season 2015/2016 * 1 August - 15 May 2016 Stakes

6 9 0 10 5 10 1 9 6 3

top earner with stakes & % of total stakes

Legal Eagle Abashiri Rainy Day Blues Silver Mountain Smart Call Inara Lazer Star Noah From Goa Juxtapose It’s My Turn

4,171,000 3,391,250 207,550 4,330,824 2,503,000 1,662,800 492,500 1,215,625 1,376,000 700,325

56% 34% 13% 32% 32% 23% 31% 14% 19% 37%

LEADING SIRES BY STAKES

season 2015/2016 * 1 August - 15 May 2016 Stakes

24,713,417 16,939,749 14,941,963 10,720,026 10,532,888 8,699,350 8,425,157 7,950,138 7,680,139 7,369,625 7,246,063 6,661,538 6,140,825 5,581,113 5,420,663 5,322,363 5,025,138

Sire

rnrs

AEPR

runs

Trippi Silvano Captain Al Dynasty *Kahal *Western Winter Jay Peg Judpot Var Greys Inn *Jet Master Ideal World Go Deputy *Tiger Ridge Mogok Toreador Miesque’s Approval

181 136,538 876 210 80,665 1088 172 86,872 924 145 73,931 856 169 62,325 1120 130 66,918 709 117 72,010 718 114 69,738 639 160 48,001 752 71 103,798 441 105 69,010 632 78 85,404 425 45 136,463 275 91 61,331 517 111 48,835 606 111 47,949 618 146 34,419 980

wnrs wns

96 95 91 69 79 63 50 51 69 29 47 37 18 36 37 42 46

140 146 151 105 117 105 76 76 96 46 66 54 39 53 50 59 64

wnr/ rnr%

53% 45% 53% 48% 47% 48% 43% 45% 43% 41% 45% 47% 40% 40% 33% 38% 32%

SW SW SW/ wnrs wns wnr%

11 8 15 9 2 3 2 4 3 2 3 2 3 3 2 2 0

14 11 20 10 2 3 2 6 3 4 3 4 6 5 2 2 0

11% 8% 16% 13% 3% 5% 4% 8% 4% 7% 6% 5% 17% 8% 5% 5% 0%

plcs plc/ SP rns%

281 330 302 270 254 221 224 207 213 105 199 127 78 150 191 179 209

32% 30% 33% 32% 23% 31% 31% 32% 28% 24% 31% 30% 28% 29% 32% 29% 21%

20 12 9 13 10 9 7 4 8 1 10 4 5 3 4 4 1

top earner with stakes & % of total stakes

Illuminator 10,615,467 Silver Mountain 4,330,824 Carry On Alice 1,093,125 Futura 730,000 Champagne Haze 1,625,175 Brutal Force 669,450 Victorious Jay 1,870,850 Juxtapose 1,376,000 Rivarine 306,250 Legal Eagle 4,171,000 Master Sabina 1,200,000 Smart Call 2,503,000 Abashiri 3,391,250 Noah From Goa 1,215,625 Wild One 781,250 Lazer Star 492,500 Judicial 260,125

43% 26% 7% 7% 15% 8% 22% 17% 4% 57% 17% 38% 55% 22% 14% 9% 5%

LEADING SIRES OF 3YO’S BY STAKES season 2015/2016 * 1 August - 15 May 2016

Stakes

15,720,317 9,933,574 6,385,188 6,202,144 4,656,450 4,640,350 4,571,188 4,199,826 3,715,025 3,668,225 3,158,987 2,878,900 2,724,150 2,549,888 2,545,200 2,407,125 2,393,813

Sire

Trippi Silvano Captain Al Jay Peg Go Deputy *Kahal Judpot Dynasty *Western Winter Var Seventh Rock Visionaire Toreador Ideal World *Tiger Ridge *Fort Wood Mogok

rnrs

77 85 73 54 22 61 47 43 47 65 46 54 59 42 29 30 49

AEPR

204,160 116,866 87,468 114,855 211,657 76,071 97,259 97,670 79,043 56,434 68,674 53,313 46,172 60,712 87,766 80,238 48,853

runs

413 403 431 366 131 385 270 242 283 331 243 308 341 256 162 168 268

wnrs wns

49 42 46 29 9 27 29 30 32 35 17 19 24 24 14 18 21

69 69 76 51 19 38 41 50 52 51 22 27 29 34 20 24 29

wnr/ rnr%

SW SW SW/ wnrs wns wnr%

plcs plc/ SP rns%

64% 49% 63% 54% 41% 44% 62% 70% 68% 54% 37% 35% 41% 57% 48% 60% 43%

2 4 5 2 1 1 1 3 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0

136 131 140 113 44 84 87 68 91 99 59 108 96 75 51 60 90

2 6 5 2 4 1 2 3 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 1 0

4% 10% 11% 7% 11% 4% 3% 10% 0% 0% 0% 5% 4% 0% 7% 6% 0%

33% 33% 32% 31% 34% 22% 32% 28% 32% 30% 24% 35% 28% 29% 31% 36% 34%

7 4 3 4 4 3 2 4 4 3 1 3 2 2 1 2 1

top earner with stakes & % of total stakes

Illuminator 10,615,467 Silver Mountain 4,330,824 Princess Royal 330,000 Victorious Jay 1,870,850 Abashiri 3,391,250 Champagne Haze 1,625,175 Juxtapose 1,376,000 It’s My Turn 700,325 Buckland 257,775 Our Destiny 271,775 Seventh Plain 1,003,487 Heaps of Fun 610,625 Bull Valley 229,250 Cape Speed 214,375 Noah From Goa 1,215,625 Negroamaro 578,725 Magic 285,425

68% 44% 5% 30% 73% 35% 30% 17% 7% 7% 32% 21% 8% 8% 48% 24% 12%

LEADING SIRES OF 2YO’S BY STAKES season 2015/2016 * 1 August - 15 May 2016

Stakes

1,708,500 1,455,926 713,775 647,950 597,925 486,750 459,325 455,013 454,775 430,075

Sire

Captain Al Var Trippi Rebel King *Western Winter Silvano Pathfork Argonaut Miesque’s Approval Sail From Seattle

rnrs

22 34 16 27 17 15 13 20 7 20

AEPR

77,659 42,821 44,611 23,998 35,172 32,450 35,333 22,751 64,968 21,504

runs

40 71 34 84 31 26 37 50 39 55

wnrs wns

8 17 6 5 5 5 5 4 4 3

14 19 6 5 9 6 6 6 6 4

wnr/ rnr%

SW SW SW/ wnrs wns wnr%

36% 50% 38% 19% 29% 33% 38% 20% 57% 15%

4 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0

6 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0

50% 6% 17% 0% 20% 20% 20% 0% 0% 0%

plcs plc/ SP rns%

14 23 21 43 12 6 8 17 10 20

35% 32% 62% 51% 39% 23% 22% 34% 26% 36%

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season 2015/2016 * 1 August - 15 May 2016

wnrs wns

168 176 101 114 81 84 62 41 64 70 60 52 33 55 47 39 49

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LEADING TRAINERS BY STAKES

season 2015/2016 * 1 August - 15 May 2016 Stakes

Oversubscribed first season.

1 1 3 0 1 1 1 1 0 2

top earner with stakes & % of total stakes

Cloth Of Cloud Rivarine Double Appeal Queenie Attenborough Janoobi Red Chesnut Road Rob’s Jewel Portelinha Waltz Seattle Singer

*Stallion dead or Retired **Stallion Not Standing in RSA **Breeding operations not based in RSA

796,875 306,250 192,250 91,500 132,500 191,250 175,000 142,500 132,500 127,000

47% 21% 27% 14% 22% 39% 38% 31% 29% 30%

runs wins

win %

fav

SG Tarry 1174 175 15% J Snaith 943 160 17% MW Bass 704 90 13% GR Puller 119 9 8% MF de Kock 615 96 16% MG Azzie 440 55 13% G v Zyl 590 80 14% AG Laird 349 45 13% GV Woodruff 384 54 14% DR Drier 446 64 14% BJ Crawford 505 64 13% VH Marshall 497 58 12% D Kannemeyer 398 72 18% AC Greeff 723 95 13% JJ v Vuuren 316 31 10% M Houdalakis 501 54 11% GM Alexander 305 33 11% DC Howells 456 55 12% J Ramsden 388 49 13% GS Kotzen 574 49 9% DA Sham 657 62 9% WH Marwing 356 36 10% Y Bremner 724 63 9% CS Laird 232 39 17% PA Peter 384 40 10% C Spies 528 47 9% OA Ferraris 270 27 10% S Ferreira 245 23 9%

249 201 110 12 180 50 71 77 68 86 86 59 103 97 40 59 28 61 58 46 69 34 70 66 40 32 38 23

fav wfav % % 21% 21% 16% 10% 29% 11% 12% 22% 18% 19% 17% 12% 26% 13% 13% 12% 9% 13% 15% 8% 11% 10% 10% 28% 10% 6% 14% 9%

36% 41% 37% 25% 33% 38% 41% 32% 32% 34% 27% 36% 38% 34% 23% 27% 29% 31% 38% 30% 25% 35% 34% 36% 25% 47% 32% 17%

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1st 1st fourfour%

132 108 82 10 91 50 63 46 44 52 59 54 62 76 46 52 32 38 40 58 70 38 53 24 27 36 41 19

531 450 314 36 313 200 272 174 177 230 227 220 222 330 142 214 121 182 171 210 254 127 257 117 142 186 125 85

11% 11% 12% 8% 15% 11% 11% 13% 11% 12% 12% 11% 16% 11% 15% 10% 10% 8% 10% 10% 11% 11% 7% 10% 7% 7% 15% 8%

45% 48% 45% 30% 51% 45% 46% 50% 46% 52% 45% 44% 56% 46% 45% 43% 40% 40% 44% 37% 39% 36% 35% 50% 37% 35% 46% 35%

stakes

stks/ runs

23,820,663 14,498,451 13,841,987 11,175,230 11,056,250 10,019,038 8,555,650 7,178,950 6,615,463 6,400,475 6,273,714 6,203,438 6,093,325 5,900,838 5,505,913 5,418,150 5,109,200 4,996,650 4,789,039 4,506,776 4,360,750 4,260,838 4,165,138 3,850,919 3,478,750 3,390,388 3,294,813 3,212,800

20,290 15,375 19,662 93,909 17,978 22,771 14,501 20,570 17,228 14,351 12,423 12,482 15,310 8,162 17,424 10,815 16,751 10,958 12,343 7,852 6,637 11,969 5,753 16,599 9,059 6,421 12,203 13,113

LEADING TRAINERS/JOCKEYS BY WINS % season 2015/2016 * 1 August - 15 May 2016

trainer/ jockey

runs wins win %

E Verdonese/R Danielson D Kannemeyer/A Delpech AC Greeff/A Domeyer SG Tarry/A Delpech J Snaith/P Strydom SG Tarry/L Hewitson CS Laird/A Marcus J Snaith/S Khumalo M Houdalakis/G Lerena J Snaith/B Fayd’herbe KG Naidoo/A Delpech T Prinsloo/A Fortune C Lensley/M Yeni A Nel/A Domeyer GV Woodruff/G Lerena MF de Kock/A Delpech AC Greeff/A Fortune MG Azzie/K Zechner SG Tarry/S Khumalo MW Bass/G v Niekerk AC Greeff/G Cheyne JJ v Vuuren/Wei Marwing LW Goosen/P Strydom J Snaith/A Fortune GV Woodruff/C Maujean Y Bremner/S Khumalo GM Alexander/A Fortune

31 114 41 45 35 47 124 85 46 163 52 92 60 107 83 179 112 77 407 327 137 64 59 63 68 205 112

12 37 13 13 10 13 32 22 12 41 13 21 14 24 18 38 23 16 82 64 28 13 12 12 12 35 19

39% 32% 32% 29% 29% 28% 26% 26% 26% 25% 25% 23% 23% 22% 22% 21% 21% 21% 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 19% 18% 17% 17%

fav

fav %

wfav 2nd 2nd % %

9 67 18 23 11 9 58 22 17 61 18 36 14 29 28 76 23 12 131 84 40 11 18 18 12 49 16

29% 59% 44% 51% 31% 19% 47% 26% 37% 37% 35% 39% 23% 27% 34% 42% 21% 16% 32% 26% 29% 17% 31% 29% 18% 24% 14%

22% 39% 44% 48% 73% 33% 40% 36% 29% 39% 56% 31% 50% 41% 36% 34% 35% 67% 36% 38% 30% 36% 50% 39% 50% 39% 25%

3 27 4 9 2 4 19 13 6 31 4 10 9 16 12 34 14 7 66 51 21 13 4 5 6 19 10

10% 24% 10% 20% 6% 9% 15% 15% 13% 19% 8% 11% 15% 15% 14% 19% 13% 9% 16% 16% 15% 20% 7% 8% 9% 9% 9%

stakes

stks/ runs

759,625 2,650,750 790,250 1,089,825 2,405,950 783,800 2,635,375 1,655,450 970,625 3,539,188 910,175 921,700 568,950 1,549,275 2,615,000 4,962,175 1,360,950 4,440,750 9,933,538 6,837,088 1,446,125 1,798,125 878,375 638,450 885,225 1,859,713 3,179,225

24,504 23,252 19,274 24,218 68,741 16,677 21,253 19,476 21,101 21,713 17,503 10,018 9,483 14,479 31,506 27,722 12,151 57,672 24,407 20,909 10,556 28,096 14,888 10,134 13,018 9,072 28,386

LEADING JOCKEYS BY WINS

season 2015/2016 * 1 August - 15 May 2016 jockey

rides wins

win %

fav

S Khumalo 1089 200 18% A Delpech 743 174 23% A Fortune 929 140 15% A Marcus 518 135 26% M Yeni 1036 133 13% G v Niekerk 518 92 18% K Zechner 872 91 10% G Lerena 433 85 20% A Domeyer 481 80 17% JP vd Merwe 891 77 9% C Zackey 860 74 9% K De Melo 658 66 10% I Sturgeon 831 65 8% B Fayd’herbe 364 61 17% W Kennedy 618 61 10% R Danielson 629 58 9% C Murray 752 57 8% R Munger 950 56 6% G Cheyne 427 54 13% P Strydom 310 54 17% B Lerena 450 54 12% C Orffer 412 52 13% D Dillon 488 49 10% M Byleveld 526 48 9% S Veale 562 47 8% M v Rensburg 502 46 9% Wei Marwing 258 43 17% A Forbes 458 41 9%

264 286 188 268 147 100 94 141 83 71 62 46 48 101 34 69 44 45 72 85 43 77 50 63 41 47 68 41

fav wfav % % 24% 38% 20% 52% 14% 19% 11% 33% 17% 8% 7% 7% 6% 28% 6% 11% 6% 5% 17% 27% 10% 19% 10% 12% 7% 9% 26% 9%

35% 37% 29% 37% 33% 39% 33% 31% 40% 23% 34% 30% 38% 32% 41% 20% 39% 29% 26% 32% 30% 25% 44% 32% 34% 15% 35% 24%

2nd 2nd %

1st 1st fourfour%

151 139 109 94 118 73 77 65 56 92 90 83 63 64 61 70 54 69 56 38 49 55 34 65 51 53 48 55

575 489 451 361 476 286 337 271 224 348 344 292 289 202 235 269 254 276 194 163 196 191 180 228 225 202 147 183

14% 19% 12% 18% 11% 14% 9% 15% 12% 10% 10% 13% 8% 18% 10% 11% 7% 7% 13% 12% 11% 13% 7% 12% 9% 11% 19% 12%

53% 66% 49% 70% 46% 55% 39% 63% 47% 39% 40% 44% 35% 55% 38% 43% 34% 29% 45% 53% 44% 46% 37% 43% 40% 40% 57% 40%

stakes

stks/ rides

17,702,701 18,634,144 11,451,088 18,399,812 10,528,313 8,637,463 10,755,400 9,288,600 9,852,724 9,650,688 6,667,263 6,169,863 6,447,100 6,283,438 5,076,850 6,338,125 5,477,125 4,815,989 3,620,013 6,406,876 5,239,175 5,189,676 3,957,963 6,113,488 4,348,900 4,345,188 6,666,700 3,587,875

16,256 25,080 12,326 35,521 10,162 16,675 12,334 21,452 20,484 10,831 7,753 9,377 7,758 17,262 8,215 10,077 7,283 5,069 8,478 20,667 11,643 12,596 8,111 11,623 7,738 8,656 25,840 7,834

- Statistics for breeders and sires reflect ALL earnings, including those of restricted races and handicap races

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With mares covered by Linngari going for as much as R170 000, R150 000, R140 000 etc, the market has paid its respects. Times are tough, yet our horsemen showed their resilience in the best possible way, by raising their catalogues as determinedly as ever. Thanks to the “players”, Rupert Plersch, Michael Holmes Bloodstock, Backworth, Rathmor and Roski Stud, the media, and especially our breeding “brothers”.

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SPORTING POST • FriDAY 20th - SunDAY 22nd MAY 2016

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Mare & Fillies For Stud Select Sale 2016 Friday • 10 June 2016 • 18:30 Highlands Stud • Robertson

THE FIRST EVER SELECT MARE & FILLIES FOR STUD SALE IN SOUTH AFRICA SIRES OF MARES / FILLIES

COVERING SIRES

Al Mufti (USA)

Lake Coniston (IRE)

Announce

Lecture (USA)

Arch (USA)

Mastercraftsman (IRE)

Black Minnaloushe (USA

Medicean (GB)

Bletchley Park (IRE)

Model Man

Caesour (USA)

Mogok (USA)

Captain Al

National Assembly (CAN)

Count Dubois (GB)

Navarone (USA)

Daaher (CAN)

Proclamation (IRE)

Darshaan (GB)

Rahy (USA)

Dupont (GB)

Rainbow Quest (USA)

Dynasty

Rakeen (USA)

Fastnet Rock (AUS)

Redoute’s Choice (AUS)

Fort Wood (USA)

Rock of Gibraltar (IRE)

Galileo (IRE)

Sadler’s Wells (USA)

General Monash (USA)

Saumarez (GB)

Giant’s Causeway (USA)

Seventh Rock (AUS)

Green Desert (USA)

Silvano (GER)

Henrythenavigator (USA)

Sportsworld (USA)

High Chaparral (IRE)

Tale of the Cat (USA)

Time Thief (AUS)

Holy Roman Emperor (IRE)

Trippi (USA)

Twice Over (GB)

Invincible Spirit (IRE)

Var (USA)

Jallad (USA)

Western Winter (USA)

Visionaire (USA)

Jet Master

Windrush (USA)

Wylie Hall (AUS)

Ashaawes (USA) Captain Al Captain of All Duke of Marmalade (IRE) Dynasty Elusive Fort Flower Alley (USA) Gimmethegreenlight (AUS) Jackson Lateral (GB) Master of My Fate Oratorio (IRE) Pathfork (USA) Philanthropist (USA) Pomodoro Querari (GER) Seventh Rock (AUS) Silvano (GER)

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SPORTING POST • FriDAY 20th - SunDAY 22nd MAY 2016

The Justin Snaith-trained Dynamic is drawn wide but should go close at best

Gr2 Betting World 1900 PAST WINNERS

Gr2 BETTING WORLD 1900 at Greyville on Friday

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A much sought after spot in the final line-up for the Vodacom Durban July is at stake at Greyville on Friday evening where the R400 000 Gr2 Betting World 1900 is the stage for yet another big race shootout.

hile the race delivered last year’s top two finishers in Africa’s greatest horseracing event, it doesn’t generally boast a great record as a July pointer. There is never too much time left to make up any leeway on the July log by the time the 1900 comes round and for the connections of eleven of the sixteen runners, Friday could be the day of reckoning.

Double Bid

While one has to go back to 2010 to find Bold Silvano as the last runner to achieve the 1900-July double, last year Dynastic Power beat subsequent July winner Power King and runner-up Punta Arenas, and he is back for another tilt – this time under the Vaughan Marshall banner. The son of Dynasty has only had two runs since his 12 length defeat in the July and his last run was a step in the right direction. He showed good toe there to run a 0,25 length third in the Listed Sledgehammer. Against him will be his 17 draw and he will need to show up well to improve his July log position. A horse who has won two of his last four starts and who finished ahead of Dynastic Power is another Dynasty in It Is Written – a subsequent July supplementary. Stuart Randolph is aboard the Christmas Handicap winner who comes in as the well drawn form horse.

Top Strike

The second of the Dean Kannemeyer runners – yet another Dynasty – is the ever consistent Solid Speed, who has won 7 of his

14 starts and is going about his business the right way. Last term’s Gr3 Lonsdale Stirrup Cup winner has shown outstanding versatility and beat Dynamic over a mile at Scottsville last time out. He is a half kilo worse off for the half length beating. But Dynamic has drawn very wide. Dynamic’s rider was also fined R5000 for an unprofessional ride, even though it was considered that his mount’s placing had not been prejudiced. It was good ruun from Dynamic, considering he was returning from 18 weeks off the track. The second of the Snaith duo is the Jet Master gelding Master’s Eye, who finished out of the money but only 1,25 lengths behind his stablemate. He was returning from a break of over 3 months. Dynamic is 1,50 kgs better off here so should finish in front of Master’s Eye again. SA champion trainer Sean Tarry has a mixed bag trio of runners and probably don’t represent the powerful yard’s strongest attack. The evergreen 8yo Gold Onyx is joint topweight and comes off an ordinary effort in the Drill Hall Stakes. He loves Greyville but has drawn very wide.

Drought

Gr2 Colorado King Stakes winner Halve The Deficit is a year without a win and while he did not run a bad race when 5 length fourth at his penultimate start in the Gr1 Horse Chestnut Stakes, looks to have plenty to do. Serissa is the third of the Tarry trio. He won the Listed Easter Handicap at his penultimate start but then faded last time when 2,50 lengths behind No Worries. The 6yo son of Black Minnaloushe is always capable of a big run if allowed to dictate

2010

matters. Joey Ramsden is in town and his quartet are a mixed bunch – with three definitely prepping. With Anton Marcus riding The Conglomerate, the son of Lonhro is surely the stable elect – even though his return run after a rest was unspectacular. The Aussie bred showed pace to finish 5,65 lengths behind New Predator in the Drill Hall Stakes but will improve over the extra – despite a wide draw. St Tropez returns after a 24 week break following an unsuccessful tilt on the Summer Cup. He should need it. Both Disco Al and King Of Pain look to be looking for more – although the latter is a former Champions Season Gr1 winner.

Switched On

Beyond reserve runner Deputy Jud, Geoff Wood-

ruff ’s Master Switch is the last of the July hopefuls. Well drawn and a winner of two of his last three starts in lesser company, the son of Jet Master looks a progressive sort – but possibly not the best of the Jooste trio. The Gavin Van Zyl runners Silver Spring and Night Shadow are decent sons of Silvano but in under sufferance and are not automatic choices on these terms. Mike Azzie’s Greek Legend won his last start beating the talented Chepardo and steps into the limelight again. He has a Listed stakes place credit to his name and could yet mature into a decent handicapper.

Open

This is not a cut-and-dried race for exotic punters. Dynamic’s wide draw deters and swings the odds in favour the consistent and

1 Bold Silvano 2 Aslan 3 Goat

53.5 ( 7) 15/2 56.0 ( 2) 75/20 54.5 ( 9) 11/2

1 Safwan 1 Golden Chariot 3 In Writing

53.5 ( 7) 13/2 53.0 ( 4) 6/1 55.5 ( 5) 4/1

1 Beach Beauty 2 Master Plan 3 Chesalon

58.5 (10) 75/20 52.0 (14) 25/1 60.0 ( 3) 10/1

1 Jet Explorer 2 Rock Cocktail 3 Gold Onyx

56.0 ( 3) 6/1 54.0 ( 2) 8/1 58.0 ( 1) 8/1

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1 Espumanti 55.5 ( 6) 9/2 2 Punta Arenas 58.0 ( 1) 4/1 3 Halve The Deficit 56.0 ( 2) 8/1

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1 Dynastic Power 2 Power King 3 Punta Arenas

54.0 (12) 66/1 58.0 (11) 6/1 58.0 (16) 66/1

very fit It Is Written. Master Switch is progressive and is going about things the right way. Solid Speed and The Conglomerate could be best of the rest, while Greek Legend may be better than his formline suggests – and has put in some good efforts in decent company.

Your July Diary A ticket into the R4,25 million Gr1 Vodacom Durban July could be at stake as sixteen runners line up at the 1900m mark for the Gr2 Betting World 1900 on Friday evening. Second Declarations for Africa’s richest Gr1 race close at 11:00 on Monday, 30 May, whereafter the next race log will be published. The first log was published on 4 May and can be viewed on www.sportingpost.co.za Final Supplementary Entries close at

11:00 on Monday, 6 June, with the weights being published on Tuesday 7 June. The Final Declarations close at 11:00 on Monday, 20 June. Follow all the latest news on the big race on www.sportingpost.co.za The announcement of the Final Field and Barrier Draws will take place on Tuesday, 21 June and the popular Public Gallops will be held from 7am at Greyville Racecourse on Thursday, 23 June.


SPORTING POST • FriDAY 20th - SunDAY 22nd MAY 2016

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IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING CTS MILLION DOLLAR BONUS FOR YEARLINGS PURCHASED IN 2015 DEADLINE EXTENSION The 2017 CTS Million Dollar to be run in Cape Town in January 2017, is the first CTS Million Dollar where the ADDITIONAL MILLION DOLLAR BONUS applies. The CTS Million Dollar, as announced, has found a permanent home in Cape Town and will be run in January 2017. There will be TWO RACES: one over 1200m and one over 1600m. Each race will carry a purse of US$500,000. An additional US$1,000,000 BONUS (the “$1 Million Bonus”) will be payable if the same owner or partnership is the registered owner of the winners of both races. TO QUALIFY FOR THE $1 MILLION BONUS all yearlings purchased at the 2015 Cape Premier Yearling Sale, the 2015 CTS March Yearling Sale and the 2015 Emperors Palace Select Yearling Sale must be registered with the NHA by no later than 30 May 2016. Horses not registered upon this date will not be eligible for the MILLION DOLLAR BONUS referred to above. More particularly, transfers of ownership after this date will exclude the horse from eligibility for such MILLION DOLLAR BONUS. This applies only to the bonus note that it has no bearing on the eligibility of participants in any of the races.

Cape Thoroughbred Sales (Pty) Ltd Contact: ADRIAN TODD (MD) {+27 (0) 21 880 5720 • adrian@cthbs.com} or AMANDA CAREY (Sales Manager) {+27 (0) 21 873 0734 • amanda@cthbs.com}


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SPORTING POST • FRIDAY 20th - SUNDAY 22nd MAY 2016 Captain's Flame was an impressive winner last time - and looks set to follow up

The smart Silvano mare Gallica Rose could make it an East Coast Cup double

KRA EAST COAST CUP (Listed) at Greyville on Friday

Double Bid By The Rose

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Top trainer, top jockey, class and course and distance suitability. Just about everything points to a big effort from the Joey Ramsden-trained Gallica Rose in Friday evening’s R150 000 KRA East Coast Cup. The daughter of Silvano won the Gr2 Gold Bracelet over the course and distance on the first day of this season and won a cracker at her last start.

t didn’t take Joey long to follow the lead shown by his colleagues Dean Kannemeyer and Justin Snaith in utilising the recent freelancing Delpech’s big race talents and the combo’s Listed Scarlet Lady win last time suggested big things in the pipeline.

Double Bid The winner (beating Gr1 victress Bilateral) of this race last year, Gallica Rose is the class mare in a field of ten that includes Scarlet Lady runner-up Deputy Ryder, who is a kilo better off with the Ramsden runner for a half length beating. Deputy Ryder was hard ridden to achieve that second and will strip fitter here. Her stablemate Zante ran on steadily in the Scarlet Lady where she finished just out of the money for a 2,35 length fifth. She won her penultimate start over a mile and will be reaching best fitness levels. Kileigh is highly regarded by her connections and was expected to do a little better than her 7 lengths unplaced effort in the Scarlet Lady. She has a weight pull but will need to do better than

that. Her stablemate Cassie O’Malley showed pace but faded behind Trophy Wife in the Gr2 Gerald Rosenberg Stakes last time. Prior to that the daughter of Jet Master was thereabouts in the fillies features in KZN and assuming that Warren Kennedy had the choice of rides, she should be the stable elect.

Promising Sean Tarry’s promising 3yo Intergalactic has run some really top-class races recently and based on her close finishes to Inara in the Gr1 Empress Club Stakes and Bela-Bela in the SA Fillies Guineas, must have serious hopes of dethroning the Ramsden senior. Anton Marcus rides her and she has won at Greyville. Dennis Drier’s Gathering Fame comes off an eleven week rest and has maintained a decent consistent form profile. The daughter of Jet Master ran fourth in this race last year and can again be expected to put her best foot forward. Andre Nel’s Ma Choix won the Gr3 Victress Stakes at home before not being disgraced in the Paddock Stakes.

She was in need of the outing when 4,70 lengths adrift of Gallica Rose in the Scarlet Lady and can be expected to produce a much better showing – she has the benefit of the 1 draw as a free bonus. Fellow Capetonian Tonya was outgunned in the Gr3 Umzimkhulu Stakes at her opening run here but followed up with a fluent win in a lower rated handicap last time. The daughter of Dynasty should enjoy the trip and her connections will know where they are going with her after this run. Grey Light is the second of the Joey Ramsden runners. The well bred daughter of Tapit showed great promise early on and improved marginally last time to run on well behind Three Blue Cranes. This is tough for her but she may well be recapturing her better form again.

Experience Gallica Rose and the younger Intergalactic are the choice to fight it out. We are siding with the seasoned campaigner to get the better of the classy improver. It should be a great race.

STORMSVLEI MILE (Listed) at Kenilworth on Saturday

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Trainer Andre Nel’s smart Captain Al filly Captain’s Flame caught many of us by surprise when she burst on to the feature scene with a superb victory in the Listed Sweet Chestnut Stakes last month. She steps up to the mile in the second leg of the R600 000 Cape Winter Series at Kenilworth on Saturday – and could well follow up. aptain’s Flame was having her first run beyond the sprints when lining up from a 14 draw in the Sweet Chestnut. She showed terrific maturity and solid ability as she skipped clear of her opposition in the straight to beat the late finishing Goodtime Gal.

Meet Again

The two clash again in the R150 000 Listed Stormsvlei Mile and with Goodtime Gal once again grabbing the pole position draw, it makes things interesting. The daughter of Royal Air Force has excellent recent form, including a smart second to the talented Princess Royal. Both fillies should easily handle the mile and their return match will make for an interesting sub plot. The good stakes winner Anglet came on late to finish a further 2,25 lengths behind Goodtime Gal and she should once again be involved in the finish. The daughter of Biarritz performed commendably there as she was returning from a four month break following her Cape Fillies Guineas fourth placed finish With improved fitness, she could give them lots to think about.

Low-key

Joey Ramsden’s Supercilious was a 0,75 lengths fourth behind Anglet in the Sweet Chestnut and has drawn in much the same position again. A three-time winner, the daughter of Visionaire has been quietly campaigned and her 88 MR may not be a true reflection of her genuine ability. Mike Bass has two in the race, including the well performed Inara’s full sister, Inanna. The daughter of Trippi may have had excuses for her eleven length unplaced finish behind Captain’s Flame as she was hampered and has two wins over a mile to suggest that she could be competitive. She is enjoys the same merit rating as Anglet and Captain’s Flame and is the ride of stable

jockey Grant van Niekerk, which suggests she is the elect. Her stablemate Miss Marker is well drawn and has also won over a mile against weaker. She was well beaten in the Cape Fillies Guineas and is a place hope at best.

Chart Topper

Glen Kotzen’s Trippi filly Jane S Piddy has shown herself to be very capable at best and was drawn widest of all when slow away and eleven lengths behind Captain’s Flame in the Sweet Chestnut. She beat a decent field of hardknocking males at her penultimate jump and has shown that she stays a mile. She may be the value kicker if the top few go astray. Justin Snaith trained Nordic Wind has been beaten twice by Captain’s Flame – the last tiem a solid 6,75 lengths in the first leg. The daughter of Windrush has been campaigned away from home and in a few tough races – and has been battling to register her second win. Brett Crawford’s beautifully-bred Icy Fire was only 3 lengths off Silver Mountain in the Choice Carriers Championship but her two runs since have not suggested that she is equal to this test She won at only her second start though and improved fitness levels may see her up her game.

Held Tight

After taking seven runs to shed her maiden, Variance followed up with a tactically well ridden handicap win. She could battle to hold Icy Fire on the weight turnaround. Let’s Go Get It was well beaten in the Sweet Chestnut and could battle on these weight terms. Van Dam’s Force runs off a 66 and would be a shock winner. Captain’s Flame is the confident selection to make it two from two in the Winter Series. We will worry about her getting the R150 000 bonus and the 2200m of the third leg, the R150 000 Winter Oaks (Listed) 2200m later.


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Winter Guineas winner Marinaresco could book his July spot on Saturday

Gr3 Winter Classic PAST WINNERS

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arinaresco’s scintillating late charge from way back to win the Winter Guineas on the Summer Course was most impressive and that after his third placing to It’s My Turn (where he finished in front of current July favourite Black Arthur) in the Investec Cape Derby three months earlier confirmed the consensus that the slightly built galloper was something special.

Big Shoes

Mike Bass has trained the only horse in history to wear the Cape Winter Triple Crown and while nobody is suggesting that Marinaresco is anywhere near the Pocket Power class yet, he is in the Vodacom Durban July pecking order at 25-1. There have been reports

that his owners would be prepared to forego the golden R250 000 Triple Crown carrot if he were to win on Saturday and rather divert towards Durban and a July bid. It is Mike Bass’ final season at the helm and what a fairytale that would be were Marinaresco to follow in the hallowed hoofprints of Trademark, Dunford and Pocket Power. But counting chickens in racing doesn’t work so let’s not get ahead of ourselves, yet! It is certainly difficult betting against Marinaresco on Satuurday, even if the shorter winter run-in will suit his racing style less than the summer strip. And the Bass big horse jockey musical chairs sees Grant Van Niekerk taking the reins from Aldo Domeyer, who did such a superb job in the Guineas. Domeyer rides stablemate

Brilliant Crimson who won a PE feature before running 2,70 lengths behind Midnite Zone over the Kenilworth 1400m last time. He was running on steadily and will enjoy the extra 400m.

Crawford Duo

Brett Crawford’s pair of Whisky Baron and Vilakazi chased Marinaresco home in the Guineas when second and third respectively. They should both relish the test here and from a marginally more favourable draw, Vilakazi could be the joker in the pack. After a five month break, Justin Snaith’s Langerman winner Ready To Attack failed to show in the Guineas when well beaten. On earlier form, the Aussie bred son of More Than Ready has the class to challenge. The Ennion duo of Cape Classic winner Eighth Wonder and recent maiden

58.0 ( 6) 7/2 58.0 (10) 3/1 58.0 ( 9) 9/2

1 Chesalon 2 Nysean Bolt 3 Eagle Squadron

58.0 ( 5) 5/1 58.0 ( 9) 13/2 58.0 ( 4) 40/1

1 Why Worry 2 Hill Fifty Four 3 Laurie’s Gold

58.0 ( 6) 13/2 58.0 ( 1) 33/10 58.0 ( 3) 9/2

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Gr3 WINTER CLASSIC at Kenilworth on Saturday The Cape Winter Series has been the launching pad of some serious racehorses over the years. The 2016 first leg introduced the Silvano gelding Marinaresco to the SA racing community last month. The Mike Bass charge looks a good thing to land the spoils in Saturday’s R250 000 Gr3 Winter Classic run over 200m further on the Kenilworth winter course.

1 Tales Of Bravery 2 Last Regal 3 Kiss Again

winner Jeremy look to have lots to do. Eighth Wonder has disappointed more than he hasn’t since that early season feature and was blowing when 24 lengths behind Marinaresco in the Guineas. Jeremy took ten starts to shed his maiden and may well be better in the third leg over the ground.

Fair Sort

Vaughan Marshall’s Paladin ran a very decent race in the Cape Derby and has been thereabouts at his last three starts against weaker. Well drawn and with plenty of scope to improve over ground, he is one for the third leg notebook – if not a decent showing here. Streak Of Silver is a halfbrother to the well performed Potala Palace but ran a poor race in the Winter Guineas when dropping out to a walk and 37 lengths off Marinaresco. He will have to improve dramatically. Royal Badge showed promise in the lower ranks before poor runs in the Cape Derby and Winter Guineas. He may have needed that last start and could be worthy of a quartet inclusion. Glen Puller’s Larimar is a

recent maiden winner and off his MR of 69 cannot be marked as a serious candidate. Another recent maiden winner, Shall Be Free looks to be in a similar boat at these weights and has a backend place prospect at best. Marinaresco looks a cut above and he is the choice to beat Vilakazi and Whisky Baron.

2012

2013

1 Readytogorightnow 58.0 ( 3) 5/2 2 Ze Kaiser 58.0 ( 7) 10/1 3 Awesome Power 58.0 ( 4) 14/1

2014

1 Power King 2 Dynastic Power 3 Helderberg Blue

58.0 ( 4) 11/20 58.0 ( 9) 8/1 58.0 ( 7) 11/2

1 Royal Dreamer 2 Sail For Gold 3 Liquid Mercury

60.0 ( 9) 8/1 60.0 ( 4) 6/1 60.0 ( 5) 18/10

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Take the cash or go for the July? If Marinaresco should win on Saturday, he will be in line to bank the R250 000 cash bonus payable to the connections of a horse that wins all three legs of the R1million Winter Series. The Mike Bass trained Pocket Power – who campaigned in the same silks as Saturday’s favourite – is the only horse to have achieved this arduous test of brilliance from a mile to 2400m. He was to also go on and dead-heat in the Vodacom Durban July with the Snaith’s Dancer’s Daughter. A decision will need to be taken on Marinaresco – if he wins on Saturday, does he go for the third leg, the R250 000 Gr3 Winter Derby run over 2400m on the Kenilworth Winter Course on Saturday 25 June. That third leg is often run in heavy going – making it a serious test of stamina and courage. Marinaresco is out of a Fort Wood mare and his sole 2000m run produced a gutsy Gr1 third – ahead of the current July favourite. It will be a tough call – but what a story it could turn out to be!


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SPORTING POST • FRIDAY 20th - SUNDAY 22nd MAY 2016

OLYMPIC DUEL STAKES (Listed) at Kenilworth on Saturday

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A tricky fillies and mares handicap presents punters with a possible headache on the Kenilworth Saturday programme. The R150 000 Listed Olympic Duel Stakes is named in honour of one of the greatest South African bred fillies ever to grace the local turf – and looks a tough race to unravel.

hirteen members of the fairer sex across the age spectrum line up to contest the 1200m sprint feature and in the absence of any rain in the region, the going looks likely to be on top.

Lovely Filly The one that catches the eye immediately is the Brett Crawford trained High Chaparral filly, Chevauchee. The 3yo has won once from four starts and made a decent return to action after a five month break when just held by Varumba last time on 30 April. This is her second run since relocating from Joey Ramsden and while she has been brought along patiently, she will strip fitter and appreciate the 1200m test – she is after all bred to go 2000m! She obviously shows plenty in work as she has been backed at all her starts and could be a good bet off the 52,5kg mark. Her stablemate Sails Set won her maiden over Saturday’s course and distance and has

won her last two starts – out of a total of five since. She takes a step up in class here but is yet another daughter of Captain Al headed in the right direction. The lightly raced Beach Goddess (formerly with Dean Kannemeyer) is a promising daughter of Kildonan and has run two decent places since a break. The 4yo Fear Not is a very decent sort on her day and has her second run since a throat op kept her out of action for two months. She would have needed her last start when 5,25 lengths behind Chevauchee and may prefer another 200m to show her best.

Double Trouble The lovely Judpot filly Double Whammy won her penultimate start in Fairview and is all class when sound and on song. Glen Kotzen knows her well and will be hoping for some give in the ground to bring out the best in his charge. Andre Nel brings the lightly raced 5yo Lohnromance back in trip after winning her first

two starts in good style. She carries only 52 kgs and gets the opportunity to show that she is better than a 73 rating. Dixie Express could be best of Justin Snaith’s trio. The daughter of Jay Peg was well placed to win four on the trot before running unplaced on Met day. She could bounce back fresh.

Glen Kotzen's Double Whammy is top class at best

Good Sort The top-class Arcetri Pink is now with Mike Bass and lumbers top weight of 62kgs. A stakes winner from 1100m to a mile, she would love some decent rain and should be watched for some improvement on her last start. Shane Humby’s Neala has won 3 from 8 and is a versatile and progressive daughter of Jay Peg who bids to show she is worthy of bidding for some black-type. She has won two of her last three starts and loves the course and distance. My Emblem and Just Felicity have failed to recapture their best 2yo form and have not shown anything of late.

Top Class Duel OLYMPIC Duel became a multiple ARCSA champion, despite an early beginning to her career which saw her involved in a float accident which claimed the life of July winner and champion Right Prerogative. Trained by Terence Millard, Olympic Duel was owned Sean McCarthy and Luke Bailes (who bred the filly). The daughter of Dancing Champ was out of Broodmare of the Year Mashka, and was a sister to subsequent July winner and

ARCSA champion Dancing Duel. Olympic Duel won 13 races, and defeated colts in some of the country’s top races. Her victories included the Gr1 J&B Met, Gr1 Mainstay International and Gr1 Champion Stakes. She ended her remarkable career having won seven Gr1 races, and was placed in seven other top flight races. While the July eluded her, Olympic Duel was placed in the twice, finishing second in 1990, and third to Spanish Galliard in 1992. An official champion at three,

Olympic Duel would go on to garner two more awards as an older female. Unlike some female superstars, Olympic Duel went on to a highly successful stud career. From seven foals, she produced six winners, three of whom were stakes winners. Her best runner was Flying Duel, winner of the Gr1 Daily News 2000, while her stakes winning daughter Lightning Duel is the dam of former Gr1 Gold Cup victor Thundering Star

The pace set by Zoo Biscuit, ahead of Ochoncar and Jet Explorer, was not the most enthusiastic one we have ever seen and after rearing in the stalls, Gogetthesheriff was settled closer to the action than usual by JP van der Merwe – who had sensed the easy gallop up front. The order remained much the same all the way around, with the top three looking strong into the home run as Khumalo sent Jet Explorer on his way. At that stage Gogetthesheriff was still seven odd lengths off but building. Fortune had Ochoncar chasing the leader as Gogetthesheriff pinned his ears back and started turning on the jets at the 300m with the whips flailing all round. In a thrilling chase to the

wire, the hard-ridden 7-1 shot Jet Explorer maintained his advantage all the way to the line to beat Ochoncar by 0,25 lengths in a time of 94,97 secs – and gave Khumalo his 200th winner this term. Ochoncar was 0,25 lengths in front of the flying Gogetthesheriff who, judging by his momentum, would have passed them in another 20m. Jet Explorer’s recovery from death’s door after clipping heels and falling in the 2014 Rising Sun Gold Challenge has been nothing short of remarkable. He has a real stamp of class about him and is relishing competing in the friendlier climes of PE. Gogetthesheriff was certainly not disgraced in defeat. In the end the half length short when it counted can be

probably be ascribed to the debilitating combination of a lack of a decent pace and clever rides by two shrewdies in S’manga Khumalo and Andrew Fortune. Gogetthesheriff will be back and the whole team behind him can look back on a dream shattered – but a job well done. Jet Explorer is a son of the late champion sire Jet Master out of the one-time winning Icelander mare, Polar Star. He was bred by Patricia Devine and runs in her and her husband Henry’s silks, which were also carried by the great Jet Master. The winner has now won 6 races with 17 places from 37 starts for stakes of R982 310. The Sheriff picked up R50 000 as the best horse of the series – and will be back in 2017 for more.

EAST CAPE POLY CHALLENGE at Fairview last Friday COASTAL PHOTOS

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It took a former SA Champions Season Gr2 winner to burst the Gogetthesheriff bubble. The expectancy and hype of the Poly Triple Crown build-up was snuffed out in the space of just over 90 seconds at Fairview on Friday by the astute Justin Snaith and his regular PE jockey S’manga Khumalo – although nobody will argue the fact that Jacques Strydom and his Go Deputy chestnut won many more friends than they lost.

ogetthesheriff has been the talking horse of South African horseracing since Abashiri, a fellow son of Go Deputy, won the SA Triple Crown at the end of April. The local version, run for the first time as the WSB East Cape Poly Challenge, looked Gogetthesheriff’s for the taking after he had stormed home to win the first two legs over distances short of his best.

He was backed to odds on over the mile on Friday to lift the trophy – and a lovely bonus of R250 000 for owner Freddy Van Onselen. But, as is so often the case in horseracing fairytales, the ending was not the one demanded by the majority of supporters and the multitude of fans that cheered the gallant gelding down to the start. And ironically, it was to be another galloper with a heartwarming story behind his name that would upstage the dream.


SPORTING POST • FriDAY 20th - SunDAY 22nd MAY 2016

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Captain Splendid and Lyle Hewitson are a picture of poetry in motion

Gr3 EAST CAPE DERBY at Fairview last Sunday

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Justin Snaith and owner Fred Crabbia capped a unique Southern Derby double after the combination were victorious with the Varsfontein Stud-bred Captain Splendid in the R350 000 Gr3 East Cape Derby at Fairview on Sunday. The pair had also clinched the honours in the Gr1 Investec Cape Derby in January with It’s My Turn.

n one of the bumper days on the PE racing calendar, a nice sized crowd were present to cheer the lightly raced Captain Splendid home as he charged through late down the inside rail, to give 18 year old apprentice Lyle Hewitson an early career first Group race win – and Justin Snaith a welcome first win in the local classic since True Master in 2013. He earlier won it in 2010 with Robert The Bruce.

There has been much debate as to the rights and wrongs of Hewitson’s claiming allowance, given his ample workrider racing experience, but he showed that he has plenty of confidence and natural ability and made the most of what was a lowpressure decent opportunity from the Snaiths. “I spoke to Lyle on Saturday and made it clear to him that we had a few in the race and he was by no means riding a no-hoper. He followed instructions to drop the gelding out and kept a

cool head. A lovely ride,” said assistant trainer Jono Snaith, who was deputising for his brother. The late withdrawal of Eviction reduced the field to 13 and after Rhumba Magic had towed stablemate Badger Creek and the Gavin Smith runner Seattle Swing along at a decent clip, there was a wholesale fanning out and gunning for position as they came for home. With the pacemaker drifting out under pressure, Bernard Fayd’herbe made his move down the inside as he

brought Elusive Silva through with a decisive early move, chased by Welsh Emperor. Into the 400m there were many in with a shout as Elusive Silva came under pressure from King Of Chaos and Welsh Emperor. Andrew Fortune looked to have made the right move as Welsh Emperor stayed on well into the 250m marker with King Of Chaos and Elusive Silva under hard rides. But just as things were falling into place for Fortune and the Emperor, apprentice Lyle Hewitson appeared from miles back and Captain Splendid finished full of running to win going away by 1,75 lengths in a time of 150,51 secs. Daily News 2000 entry Welsh Emperor did little wrong but his early exertions in the straight told and he had

no resistance to offer against the Cape raider. He stayed on for second. The Dorrie Sham trained King Of Chaos (who in a lovely touch is partowned by Crabbia Racing Manager Emma Rorke) ran a gallant race and showed his appreciation for the ground, to shade Vodacom Durban July entrant, Elusive Silva, for third. The latter was asked to move very early into the straight and he could be better if ridden with more cover. The July looks a longshot at this stage. The only filly in the race, recent Listed E Cape Oaks winner Solana, stayed on well from miles back in fifth. Local hope Fly Like The Wind flickered briefly in the straight but battled to find his best finish and ran downfield in what was

a disappointing performance for his supporters. Winning rider Lyle Hewitson thanked the Snaiths for the support on what was a memorable day in his short career. Jono Snaith added his compliments on Hewitson’s cool ride and thanked Fred Crabbia and his racing manager Emma Rorke Bred by Varsfontein, Captain Splendid is a son of champion Captain Al out of the Fort Wood mare, Justthewayyouare. This talented racemare won four of her eight starts from a mile to 2600m. An R800 000 National Yearling Sale purchase, Captain Splendid has now won 2 races with 4 places from his 8 starts for stakes of R306 625. That tally excludes the R87 500 BSA Added Value Stakes Bonus. He looks to have a bright future.

DAHLIA PLATE (Listed) at Fairview last Sunday COASTAL PHOTOS

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With a filly having won the only Gr1 race for 2yo males this term, the chase for champion status in that category remains wide open. We saw something quite special at Fairview on Sunday and with entries closing at the end of this week for the Gr1 Tsogo Sun Gold Medallion at Scottsville on 4 June, trainer Alan Greeff and the Scribante family have a few important decisions to make.

he R150 000 Listed Dahlia Plate was a walk in the park for the tiger Ridge colt who retained his unbeaten record of three from three when following up on his Listed East Cape Nursery victory with an even more impressive performance. After Cape visitor Var Ahead had gone quickly early on, it was clear at the 400m

marker that one horse was going best of all. Oomph was going far better than anything around him and given his head by Aldo Domeyer, he simply drew away to win by 5,25 lengths in a time of 70,49 secs. turbo stayed on best of the rest to run second, ahead of Bollemakiesie – but they were in another race entirely. “It was tempting. I wanted to let him go at the 600m already, as he was ready.

He has improved so much in terms of maturity. He sort of knew what was required today. this is better than anything I have ridden for a long time,” said Aldo Domeyer, who also thanked his Dad, Andrew Fortune, who is the regular stable rider. the winner is owned by stalwart supporters of East Cape racing Celso and Lee scribante and is a R260 000 National Yearling sale graduate.

Aldo Domeyer has all the time in the world as Oomph coasts in

Unbeaten in three starts, Oomph took his earnings to R226 250 and was also the beneficiary of the rather attractive incentive of a BsA Added Value stakes Bonus of R77 500.

Bred by Wilgerbosdrift and Mauritzfontein, Oomph is from the final crop of the illfated storm Cat stallion tiger Ridge. While trainer Alan Greefff did not hint at it, the Gr 1

tsogo sun Medallion at the scottsville Festival Of speed meeting on June 4 seems the logical route for the talented sprinter. Entries for that event close on Friday 20 May.


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SPORTING POST • FriDAY 20th - SunDAY 22nd MAY 2016

SA Champions

Season Update

Gogetthesheriff – trainer says No Excuses

We Live To Fight Another Day! The Poly Triple Crown dream may be lying in tatters somewhere in the shadows of the Fairview winning post but Gogetthesheriff’s trainer Jacques Strydom says his team will live to fight another day. And we are assured that there will be an after party to celebrate a memorable day - rather than any morbid post-mortems.

Daily News 2000 Highlight South Africa’s latest Triple Crown winner Abashiri is not among the 27 entries for the R2-million Gr1 Daily News 2000 to be run on Saturday 28 May. But the rest of the 3yo’s likely to challenge his status as the best of his age this season have been nominated, including the champion’s stable companion and Canon Guineas runner-up, Rabada.

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ike Azzie has nominated Rabada along with Penteliko and Trading Profit to take on an exciting Cape threeyear-old from the Justin Snaith stable, Black Arthur, who caught and beat Rabada in the recent classic race at Greyville.

Talking Horse

Black Arthur, also winner of the Politician Stakes and placed fourth in the Investec Cape Derby, is currently the horse everyone is talking about and current odds favourite to win the Vodacom Durban July. He will relish the 2000m trip of this famous

classic at the end of the month. Among those that are also out to challenge the Justin Snaith-trained Silvano colt is another son of Dynasty It’s My Turn that beat him in the Derby as well as the Judpot gelding Rocketball that ran an outstanding race in the SA Derby at Turffontein finishing less than 0.50 lengths behind Abashiri. The Fort Wood filly Negroamara from the Johan Janse van Vuuren yard that was second in both the Gauteng Fillies Guineas and SA Fillies Classic before running third behind BelaBela in the Daisy Fillies Guineas a week ago, has been entered for the Daily News 2000 and the Woolavington 2000 where, if she is chosen

for the fillies race, she will face Bela-Bela again.

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Highly rated Cape star Silver Mountain from the Mike Bass stable has been nominated to take on BelaBela again in spite of her poor showing in the Daisy Fillies Guineas where she was obviously not at her best. Finishing second to BelaBela in that race was Silver Mountain’s stable companion Nightingale who was having her first crack at a feature event. She ran a great race being only 0.50 lengths back and could be more at home of the 2000m trip. Joe Soma has entered his Fort Wood filly Fortissima, who loves the 2000m trip and

ran second behind Juxtapose in the Wilgerbosdrift South African Oaks last time out.

Big Entry

The R250,000, Grade 3 Lonsdale Stirrup Cup drew a massive entry of 34 that includes Joey Ramsdentrained Lonhro gelding The Conglomerate. He is also an entry in next Friday’s Betting World 1900. The stable would appear to be giving the four-year-old Australian import every possible chance to make it into the Vodacom Durban July field. Ramsden has also entered King Of Pain along with his gutsy six-year-old stayer Coltrane while other entries include Highland Night Cup winner No Worries as well as Samurai Blade and Stebbins that were third and fourth respectively in the SA Derby. With strong entries for all three feature events on the day, the Daily News 2000 racemeeting could prove to be one of the best of the season. Supplementary entries close on Friday, 20 May 2016 and final fields will be announced on Monday, 23 May 2016

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The first race meeting on the new turf track at the Vaal will be held on Thursday 19 May and trials on the new surface suggest that the track is going to be a winner.

he new track will be known as the Vaal Classic track and replaces the sand track, which unfortunately was dogged by a range of opinions and criticisms down the years. With little prospect of ever resolving the issues to the satisfaction of all horsemen, coupled with doubts if the track was environmentally or commercially sustainable into the future, Phumelela decided to replace the sand track with turf after first consulting with a cross section of trainers. Work began last November and everything has gone according to plan. trials have been held

on the new surface and senior jockey sherman Brown is among those impressed with the track. He said: “the track was very nice, very even all over the place. I sat behind a horse and didn’t get much kick back, pulled out to the middle of the course and the horse really enjoyed the going.” the configuration of the new track is identical to the previous sand track. It’s a right-handed course with a 2800m circumference and a 1000m straight course. Races over 1000m are down the straight with 1200m races starting in the middle of the bend and 1450m races at the entrance of the bend. Phumelela Horseracing Executive Clyde Basel said: “Not many turf tracks in sA have a 1000m run-in, giving every runner ample opportunity to get into a winning position. Many thanks to the track management team for working long hours to get the Classic track ready. We plan to stage about 20 race meetings from now to the end of the year on the new track.”

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fter winning the first two the fans and the punters than legs of the East Cape Freddy and the team. We are in Poly Challenge in racing – we know how to handle scintillating fashion, disappointment. And we will be it took a brave man back.” to back against a seen Jacques is talking, we push horse that has him about the sedentary pace. so captured We put it to him that only the public imagination with his sandile Khathi will know what he deadly turn of foot and awesome was thinking when going to the acceleration. front on Zoo Biscuit and then the mile of the third leg was easing it up. It’s surely not normally more his game than the 1200m what stayers do and it played an or 1400m could ever be. And the ace right into the hands of the field looked beatable. capable snaith miler stalking him. And so it was that the glare of “Ag ja, we would have preferred the media spotlight and the money it a bit hotter up front. And the poured in on the sheriff as the pace naturally crossed my mind in bookmakers took the pressure and the build-up. I didn’t have a horse changed the numbers from black I could have included in any event. to red on their betting boards - JP had sheriff a bit closer than with the Friday faithful, and even usual and when he changed whip some less regular racecourse hands, he quickened nicely and visitors, flocking made up close into Fairview as on eight lengths the shadows in the final 300m. Only Sandile lengthened on It is no disgrace to Khathi will know the expectant have been beaten what he was happy afternoon. a half-length by the hype was a major centre thinking when there. Clyde Basel stakes performer going to the and Vee Moodley who has run were licking their places and close front on Zoo lips and watching up two year’s Biscuit and then running in sA’s the tills – as were their sponsors premier weighteasing it up... who were getting for-age mile,” he the bang for their added. buck too often lacking in racing How is the sheriff and where to these days. from here? Abashiri had done it – why “He couldn’t blow out a candle not another Go Deputy in the afterwards and he pulled up space of a dream few weeks for sound. Our plan was always the Lammerskraal? Algoa Cup before the Poly series “No excuses,” says Jacques came along. I need to sit down strydom with a friendly firmness as with Freddy Van Onselen and we ask him to tear the race apart. discuss it. We used to love to Is he disappointed, we ask. travel to Durban and elsewhere “For bloody sure. It was our and chase the long road in the race to lose. the pressure was past. But Freddy enjoys his tremendous. I have never had so racing at home and with a good many messages of support and 5yo with plenty of racing in front good luck. Even after the event, of him, why should we push the people have been in touch. I am envelope? there is plenty of good probably more disappointed for racing right here in PE,” he said.

BSA Cape Mare & Mixed Sale Reminder

Pencil In Thursday Bloodstock South Africa will hold their annual Cape Mare And Mixed Sale at Kleinplasie, in Worcester, this coming Thursday. The sale starts at 10 am.

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sale which has provided buyers with some tremendous bargain buys previously, the 2016 Cape Mare and Mixed Sale truly offers something for everyone. A total of 229 lots have been catalogued, which provides buyers and breeders an opportunity to acquire exciting breeding prospects just prior to the start of the 2016 breeding season. The catalogue has been divided into five sections – broodmares, fillies for stud and in training, 2yos and horses in training, yearlings, and weanlings. All enquiries – www.tba.co.za For an overview: http://www.sportingpost.co.za


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Just Getting Started Plucked from obscurity in a small rural village and catapulted onto the national and international stage, S’manga Khumalo was the first black jockey to win the July, South Africa’s first black champion jockey and he had the distinction of clocking his 200th winner for the season aboard Jet Explorer in the third leg of the EC Poly Challenge at Fairview on Friday, 13 May 2016.

It’s been a long journey from KwaMashu, but the hard work, the injuries and controversies and the miles travelled, have all culminated in a complete jockey standing on the threshold of a second SA championship title. In the process the shy, slightly self-conscious young rider feeling his way into the glare of the racing stage has matured into a serious, focussed and self-possessed jockey who is starting to develop a firm feel on the reins of his talent and the doors it can open for him. Interestingly, he also seems to be having more fun than ever before.

In the driving seat “Last season, whatever I did was focussed on winning the championship, but Gavin Lerena was equally determined and whatever I put in, he fought me off. I ran second to him, but I gave it my all. I guess he wanted it more than I did,” he admits quietly. “When my mentor, Felix Coetzee, asked whether I wanted to go for the championship again this season, I said yes. I’d had a month off in August while all the others were riding and I was 20-odd winners behind. He asked how I thought I was going to do it. I said I was going to work hard and travel as much as I could. “I also planned to work hard at my stable and show them how committed I was to helping them. I’m very happy that Mr Tarry was champion trainer last year and that he’s on top again this season. It’s great that I’m also on top this year and I’m just glad to be part of the team. “Mr Tarry also gave me the help and motivation to try for the championship again and

I managed to catch up those 20 winners quite quickly.” “I went from being 20 on the log, up to 10 and when I was lying 5th and the others were well clear, I thought I was never going to get there. But Felix made sure I was always focussed and convinced me I could fight for it. I thought I was working hard, but he made me work harder. “When I got to 3rd on the log, I said to myself I’ve got to fight on and everything went from there.” Rather than being boastful of the achievement, he sounds oddly humbled by it. “Two seasons ago, I rode 185 winners which won me the championship. Last season I had 198 winners, but I wasn’t happy with that and decided I need to improve. “There are guys that have had more winners a season. I think Felix did his best at 270+ and Delpech holds the SA record for 334. When you look at those stats, you want to get better and try and reach them. “I think that’s what inspired me to work harder and try and reach those goals. I think that’s why things have gone so well for me so far. There are also a lot of other people behind the scenes that help and support me a lot, especially my family. We come from a small township and don’t have any background in racing, so it’s not always easy and they have been great.”

Sea Change “The July changed things for me, definitely. I did a couple of radio shows beforehand and said my horse was working well and that I expected to finish in the first three. A lot of people heard that and came to the course to see me ride. “When the horse won, it was just another level.

People were so happy! I had blond hair at the time and everywhere I went, people recognised me and were like ‘is it him?’ It felt great. People look at me differently, and they treat me with respect. I never saw myself going overseas, but I’ve had the pleasure of riding in an international in Mauritius, I’ve been to Australia, Hong Kong and ridden at Ascot.” “My life is very different from where I started out. I never imagined myself being a jockey, but once I’m on that horse, everything changes and I just become someone else. When I’m riding, I’m at my best. I love what I do and I get a lot of joy from it.”

Having fun S’manga seems to have a lot of fun with racing and in particular, the winning photographs and post race formalities. “I’m always happy when I’m on a horse and I win. I always try and show my happiness and I started sticking my tongue out for the camera – it was a fun thing, to show that I love what I’m doing – and then some of the other jockeys also started doing it when they crossed the line. “Like the Frankie Dettori jump – I saw other guys doing it and said to myself, why can’t I do it? In the beginning, people asked ‘Are you OK? You’ve only won a maiden – why are you doing all these funny things?’ and I said I’m happy and I enjoy what I’m doing. I see there are a couple of other guys who are also doing it now. “For me, it’s great that I’m inspiring o t h e r riders and that they w a n t

to be like me. Like when I go down to the start and crouch down low – a few of the other guys are doing it too and it’s become like a little competition by itself to see who can get down the lowest. “It’s playful, the guys enjoy it and it’s something fun for the public. We need more of the public to come to the races and watch racing at the course, instead of sitting at home watching on TV.”

200 Milestone “To be honest, I didn’t really know how far I was from my milestone at that point and I was going to be happy with 1 winner on the card. Yvette Bremner said Sherry was a nice sort and was improving and I just thought I have to make sure it comes through. “Obviously Gogetthesheriff looked hard to beat in the Poly Challenge, and I thought I’ll just go out there and do my best. He won well and I was ecstatic. I didn’t want to miscalculate and say something about 200 when perhaps it wasn’t, so I first had to go back and check the stats and yes, it was 200,” he says with satisfaction. How are you coping with the rigours of chasing the championship? “I get a lot of mentoring and positive feedback from Felix Coetzee. Travelling so much means I don’t get to ride a lot of work, so I often don’t know the horses I’m getting on, but riding at all the different centres has taught me to judge horses and helped me develop a feel. “Sometimes you might have a lazy horse that needs a lot of warm up and you have to take them down nice and fast. Some with natural speed you have to actually take

down slowly or they’ll burn out and burn all their energy going to the start. Sometimes you take a horse down and think wow, it is so well, it gives you goosebumps.” You still get goosebumps going to the start?

“Yes, of course. When you canter down and they give you that feel like wow, they’re just floating, then you know the only thing you need to do is get them in the best position possible and do what you know and bring them home.” Are there ever any dicey moments? “If you always go by the rules or what other people say, you are always just following. Felix has taught me to trust what I know and use my initiative. A good horseman gives the horse the feeling that

you’re in charge. Once you’re in charge, you can do almost anything.” Any horses you are excited about for Champions Season or possibly a second July win? “I’m a person who always takes things as they come and I never want to get ahead of myself. The July is nearby and there are a lot of things going on around that, so I’m not sure what I might be riding in some of the big features. I have built a very nice partnership with Carry On Alice and I’m just focussing on that the moment. “As far as the July is concerned, I’ll leave everything to Mr Tarry – he does the thinking and planning and I do the riding and bringing them home.”


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Where’s The Cents?

64 Horses 1 Horse The number of horses that entered or left trainer Paul Peter’s training establishment without the necessary notification to the Chief Stipendiary Steward within 7 days of movement. The Vaal trainer was fined R3000 in terms of Rule 10.5.4. That works out at R46 odd per horse – which seems very lenient given the paperwork alone in administering the offence.

The number of horses that trainer Alec Laird failed to notify the Chief Stipendiary Steward had been gelded – that within 7 days of entering his establishment, and in so doing contravening Rule 10.5.6.3. The horse in question was Blue Diamond Road and the Met winning trainer was fined R750 – which seems relatively out of kilter in the light of the Peter maths!

End Korea First Of The World

This year’s Grand National winner Rule The World has been retired. The 33-1 shot, ridden by David Mullins and trained by Mouse Morris, triumphed at Aintree in April to become the first novice to win the race since 1958. The nine-year-old, owned by the Gigginstown House Stud, has twice recovered from a cracked pelvis. “We didn’t want to send him back to Aintree with a big weight, that wouldn’t be fair,” said Gigginstown’s racing manager Eddie O’Leary. ”He provided us with our first Grand National and we’ll never forget him.”

Australian Brian Dean hit the ground running as the first foreign trainer to be granted a full-time licence at Seoul, winning with My Blade in South Korea’s capital on Sunday. Dean recently moved from his established base in Singapore to pursue a career in one of Asia’s fastest growing racing hubs. Dean teamed-up with fellow Aussie, GrI winning Victorian jockey Dean Holland, to land the historical victory. Holland is in Seoul riding on a four-month contract.

Don’t Forget To Remember… Spare a thought for the man who came within a heartbeat of derailing the Abashiri Triple Crown dream. Hardly anybody will ever remember that jockey Warren Kennedy rode the Gavin Van Zyltrained Rocketball to a heartstopping second in the 2016 Gr1 SA Derby. Except the Stipes, of course. Kennedy was fined R2500 for a contravention of Rule 58.10.2 (Read with Guideline M on the use of the crop), in that he used his whip with excessive frequency...

US Triple Crown Undefeated Kentucky Derby hero Nyquist has galloped strongly ahead of the second leg of the US Triple Crown – the 1900m GrI Preakness Stakes on Saturday. Nyquist extended his perfect record to eight when defeating 19 rivals in the Gr1 Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs earlier this month. His Triple Crown bid continues at Pimlico racecourse where he will contest the 141st running of the Preakness Stakes. Trainer Doug O’Neill oversaw the son of Uncle Mo in a mile gallop at Pimlico last Sunday. Five Grade 1’s are among Nyquist’s eight wins to date including the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile and Florida Derby.

Save The Date

The popular Stallion Auction and Parade will be held at Maine Chance Farm on 10 June

Cake – And Eat It?

The BHA has been labelled a ‘total shambles’ for not appearing to act on concerns raised by the Professional Jockeys Association more than a year before an inquiry that centred on a potential conflict between Disciplinary Panel Chairman John Lohn’s other paid work for the regulator and his role on an independent inquiry. The case looks likely to come under pressure during the appeal process over a perception of fairness – or lack of it. Chief executive Paul Struthers wrote: “The BHA is a client of one of the legal members of the panel yet this has never been disclosed. This is entirely improper.”

Thank You From The Heart Veteran journo and Tellytrack presenter, Dave Mollett, says he is ‘extremely heartened’ by the response of owners and other leading racing personalities to the ‘Molly knee replacement fund’. “It’s another example of the closeness of the people in the sport and demonstrates that the hearts of many are in the right place.” Molly says he particularly wants to thank “Laff and James G” for their mention of the fund on their Tellytrack show, “Winning Ways”. “I’m sure that helped a lot as it’s a popular show and we’re all delighted Laff is winning his battle with his illness,” added Molly. Those still wanting to contribute to the Molly fund can contact Linda Mannie on her e-mail bushsolutions@ gmail.com


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Jet Explorer is the War Horse that recovered from horrific facial injuries in the 2014 Gr1 Rising Sun Gold Challenge and not only made it back to racing, but to the winner’s enclosure, possibly better, happier and stronger than ever before. here’s an old expression that when life hands you lemons, you should make lemonade.

Well, when life hands you peaches it seems, you need to write about them.

disappointed if that is what you believe. The reason for this is that winning is temporary – it’s what got you there that lasts. Jet Explorer (Jet Master – Polar Star) was bred by Henry and Patricia Devine and joined Snaith Racing as a late 2 year old.

As we near the business end of the season and there is more attention than usual on figures and stats, it’s worth remembering that there is more to being a champion than winning. No, I haven’t forgotten that this is a racing column. I realise that crossing the line first is generally the bit everyone focusses on, but if that’s all you focus on, you risk missing the rest of the picture. And there’s quite a lot of it behind the winning post. Yes, the big wins are important – for race results, for championships and for the record books - but for every race, there can only be one winner but for every winner, there are at least 10 other stories to tell. Stories of near misses, opportunities lost, disappointments and heartbreak, the inexplicable run, the back to the drawing board run and just occasionally the improved run and renewed hope. Sometimes there are victories along the way that aren’t celebrated only in the winner’s enclosure.

The meaning of life I think whoever invented riding – or racing – understood a little about reward. I think they understood that rewards are that much sweeter when they are preceded by endeavour. And particularly failed endeavour. Or at least unsuccessful endeavour. Because it’s the fire and determination to get back up and try again that defines so much of who we are and what our sport is all about. It’s about competition. It’s about courage and determination. It’s about constantly working to be better, stronger and faster. Which means it’s about how you win as much as it is about what you win. Although the two are often confused, winning is not success and one will be

Jono remembers him as a particularly good-looking and promising young horse who fulfilled the lofty expectations by winning the Gr2 Betting World 1900, finishing 3.75 lengths behind Heavy Metal in the 2013 July, 2.6 lengths off Jackson in the 2013 Champions Cup and putting in a breath-taking run from the back of the pack to finish 3rd in the 2014 Queens’ Plate.

Tragedy On 7 June 2014, Jet Explorer cantered down to the start of the Gr1 Rising Sun Gold Challenge with Richard Fourie in the saddle. At the jump, Sean Cormack made an early move on Beach Beauty in an effort to overcome her outside draw, bringing her right across the field towards the rail. The pace slowing into the first bend, caused scrimmaging towards the rear of the pack. Jet Explorer was lying towards the back of the field and briefly brushed Ice Machine to his left. As Richard shifted his mount out, Astro News shifted in from the right, causing Jet Explorer to clip heels and come down in a horror fall at the 1200m mark. Jet Explorer came down hard on his face, shattering his jaw. “I don’t think people realised just how serious his injury was,” says Jono Snaith. “It was horrific. With the snapped jaw hanging down, Justin said the horse looked like an alien. Most people would have had him euthanased on the course, nevermind surgery, but the strangest thing happened

when Justin got to the parade ring. Jet Explorer used to be quite a difficult horse, but when Justin ran up to him that day, he was almost helpless. He didn’t try to turn away and just hung his head down as if to say ‘help me’. It was at that point that Justin said ‘no way, this horse wants to live.’ With the shock of the accident and the sight of the severely injured horse, Justin then incurred the wrath of the on-course vet who somewhat absurdly tried to insist on scoping the horse for an epistaxis. Things got heated and Justin says he was weighing the fine for assaulting an official in order to protect his horse, but fortunately help was at hand. Dr Ralph Katzwinkel of Summerveld Equine Hospital was on course and helped everyone see sense. Despite the extent of the injuries, Dr Katzwinkel agreed to try and reconstruct Jet Explorer’s face, which required extensive work to wire up both jaws. He warned that it was high risk and that there was a good chance of failure, but in the end, everything went well and the operation was a major success. With the first obstacle of the surgery out of the way, the next major hurdle became getting Jet Explorer to eat again. “It was a huge worry, because if they don’t eat within a certain period, the horse will die,” explains Jono, but they had counted without Jet Explorer’s fighting spirit.

Comeback Unbelievably, not only did his jaws heal, but he recovered well enough to return to work 3 months after the accident and he did his first piece of fast work at the Philippi gallops on Tuesday, 23 September 2014 with old friend Richard Fourie in the saddle. Why did they bring him

back to racing rather than just retiring him? “Although he’d been through a lot, he seemed to be in good place mentally,” says Jono. “He didn’t do much in terms of morning work. He went to the beach a lot and spent time in the paddock - we were mainly running him just to keep him fit. He looked good, his coat looked good and perhaps because of how much work and TLC the injury required, it’s amazing how much better he was with people after the accident. I think he learnt to trust people a lot more.” Unbelievably Jet Explorer was back at the races on 25 October 2014, finishing 4th to Readytogorightnow in a 1400m Pinnacle Stakes at Kenilworth.

After the Pinnacle Stakes, he stepped up in trip in the Green Point Stakes, finished a narrow second to Jet Aglow in the 2014 Jet Master Stakes and then finished less than 2 lengths off Futura in the 2015 Queen’s Plate. His 2015 KZN season was a little lacklustre and Jono explains, “When he came back, he’d lost a bit of confidence. Because he sustained his injury under racing conditions, it took him a long time to relax and realise that the trainer and jockey weren’t going to hurt him.” “The riders were under

strict instructions not to give him a hard ride unless he was in the firing line and not to use a stick and just allow him to enjoy his racing. He didn’t get any hard or punishing rides and after a while he seemed to be enjoying his racing.”

but the Devines have given strict instructions that as soon as he tells us he’s ready and doesn’t want to race again, he must be retired immediately.

Better than ever He then had a good break and since returning to work in December 2015, has gone from strength to strength. He was 6 lengths off Captain Alfredo in the Southeaster Sprint, before heading to PE for the 2015 Memorial Mile, where he finished 4th. He has just notched back to back wins in the Windy City, including last Friday’s East Cape Poly Challenge, which neatly delivered S’manga Khumalo his 200th winner for the season and helped him inch a little further into the lead for this season’s jockey championship. “We raid him to PE. It’s sort of like being in semiretirement. He doesn’t stay there and always comes straight home after races, then has a week off in the paddock and going down to the beach. He’s happy. “We knew S’manga was approaching his 200th winner and hoped it would be Jet Explorer, but there were no special instructions other than to ‘please look after our special boy’. He did a great job.”

Future plans “As long as we feel he’s in a good space and still enjoying himself, we’ll continue to race,

“They have been amazing – all they’re worried about is this horse and they’ve said from day one that as soon as he decides he’s had enough, he must be retired to a good home. That’s a big thing for us and we’ve short-listed some people who we know and trust and he will retire in the best of hands. He’s been so special, we’ll make sure that he’ll be looked after well for the rest of his days.” “The Devines love this horse and after everything he’s gone through he’s very special to them. The races he’s won have given them a lot of joy. “Mr Devine isn’t all that well and this is the best horse he’s got racing at the moment. I think that’s what makes it extra special – it’s not just a normal horse that wins a race, he’s overcome a lot of obstacles.” In the end, life’s not about how hard of a hit you can give ... it’s about how many you can take, and still keep moving forward. Everyone gets knocked down, champions get back up.


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SPORTING POST • FriDAY 20th - SunDAY 22nd MAY 2016

World’s Richest Race $1 Million Entry Fee

The Stronach Group has announced that the inaugural running of the $12 million Pegasus World Cup will be held on 28 January 2017 at Gulfstream Park.

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Training commences in Ireland on 15 August Drakenstein Stud’s Kevin Sommerville has called on the South African horseracing industry to find means of identifying prospective candidates for the internationally recognised Darley Flying Start programme.

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ommerville and his colleague James Trotter, both in the employ of Drakenstein Stud, are the only two South Africans to have completed the two year programme and both attribute their progress and industry career opportunities to the kick start of the Darley programme.

“I realise that South Africa is a little out of the loop as it were in terms of the countries visited by the students, but that should not prevent us as an industry from identifying suitable candidates. One thinks here of the School of Equine Management Excellence at Summerhill as a good starting point. I owe so much to the foundation, experience and knowledge gained on the programme. It also builds valuable associations and relationships and as alumni we stay in touch and share news and ideas,” said Kevin Sommerville. His call follows the announcement of the latest intake of scholarship recipients for the two year programme. The group for 2016 – 2018 is comprised of 12 individuals from six different countries. This outstanding scholarship is provided to trainees to learn and experience management operations and leadership in the global Thoroughbred industry. The course includes accreditation from the University College Dublin Michael Smurfit Business School as a Graduate Certificate in Management. Graduates of Darley Flying Start are running their own enterprises or working for Thoroughbred industry leaders throughout Europe, in the USA, Canada, South America, Asia, South Africa, New Zealand, Middle East and Australia. Career areas include media, racing, breeding, bloodstock, sales, consultancy, veterinary, racetrack management and marketing. In August 2016 Darley Flying Start will change its name to Godolphin Flying Start. The existing course structure, content and management will remain the same. Course Manager Clodagh Kavanagh says “I am delighted to announce the 2016 scholarship recipients. I look forward to launching our new name and logo in August following the graduation of the current second year trainees and before the 2016 trainees commence”. The 2016 – 2018 trainees are: Jessica Berry (USA) Joe Callan (Ireland) Jack Carlino (USA) Tim Donworth (Ireland) Christopher Farrell (Ireland) Megan Hebbert (UK) Amie Karlsson (Sweden) Luke Morgan (Ireland) Todd Pollard (New Zealand) Laura Pouri-Robertson (New Zealand) Madison Scott (USA) Renshuai YI (China) The 12 will commence their training at Kildangan Stud in Ireland on 15 August 2016. Learn more about Darley Flying Start: www.darleyflyingstart.com Clodagh Kavanagh: ckavanagh@darleyflyingstart.com Martin Larkin: mlarkin@darleyflyingstart.com

ith a purse that would make it the world’s richest Thoroughbred race, the Pegasus World Cup will be contested at 1800m on dirt and was created to attract the world’s biggest stars in racing. The race will be restricted to 12 horses whose connections will be required to pay $1 million each to buy a spot in the Pegasus World Cup starting gate. The entrant’s owner can then race, lease, contract, or share a starter or sell their place in the starting gate, The Stronach Group said in a May 11 release. Original entrants will also have the first option to participate in future Pegasus

World Cup races. All entrants will not only be competing for the world’s largest purse, but they will also share equally in 100% of the net income from pari-mutuel handle, media rights, and sponsorships from the Pegasus World Cup, according to The Stronach Group announcement. Frank Stronach, founder and honorary chairman of The Stronach Group, first announced plans for the race at the Thoroughbred Owners Conference in January at Gulfstream. “The Pegasus World Cup will be conducted to the highest standards,” Stronach said, “and will be held on Saturday, Jan. 28, thereby avoiding a conflict with either the Breeders’ Cup or the Dubai World Cup.”

The Stronach Group also announce that Jack Wolf, founder of Starlight Racing, has been retained as the chief executive officer of the Pegasus World Cup to assist with the marketing and coordination of the race. Jack Wolf is the comanaging partner of Starlight Racing. Tom Ludt, who is a board member of Breeders’ Cup, will also be assisting with the marketing and coordination of the Pegasus World Cup. www.bloodhorse.com

Aussie Steward Takes Action

A Punch In The Facebook!

THE page, which currently has 1742 members, encourages people to throw their support behind barred jockey Nikolic in his bid to regain his licence to ride. Bailey filed a Supreme Court writ on Tuesday claiming he has been defamed by several posts on the page, which is manged by Gary Mark Pearce. The page administrator responded to the writ via a post on the page in question. “So it looks like we are off to court. The chief says he has been misrepresented, his position as the chief has been undermined, and he claims that in posts and comments by members that he has been defamed. He is demanding orders for damages including

Victoria’s chief steward Terry Bailey has launched legal action against the man responsible for a Facebook page entitled ‘Allow Danny Nikolic to ride’.

aggravated damages,” stated Pearce. Bailey’s legal team claim that a series of posts, most of which were uploaded in March, contained defamatory statements about Victoria’s chief steward. An injunction was sought to have the most ‘scurrilous and outrageous’ statements removed from the page but it is alleged that posts claimed that Bailey was incompetent in his role and had abused his power as chief steward. Bailey’s integrity is also called

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Multiple former Equus award winning Horse Of The Year Legislate has been retired after an uncharacteristically lacklustre showing in the Gr2 Drill Hall Stakes on Friday 6 May.

ne of the greatest horses to grace the turf in this country in recent years, the champion son of Dynasty had returned to the SA Champions Season arena, the stage of some of his greatest triumphs, in a bid to add to his illustrious record. After showing prominently behind eventual winner New Predator, Legislate showed none of his familiar zip and faded to finish 3,90 lengths off. Trainer Justin Snaith noted that his charge had not been his usual self in the parade ring prior to the big race. A winner of 4 Gr1 races, including a dramatic victory in the Gr1 Vodacom Durban July, he was placed in another three Gr1 races and showed world-class versatility, winning from a mile to 2200m. He was awarded Equus Champion 3yo Male of 2014, Equus Champion Middle Distance Horse of 2014 and Equus Champion Miler of 2015. In his home province, he was feted as Cape Horse Of The Year twice, Cape Champion 3yo Colt twice and Cape Champion Middle Distance Horse twice. The son of Equus Horse Of The Year and treble Equus Outstanding Sire, Dynasty, he set a new mile record at Kenilworth when winning the Gr2 Green Point Stakes. In total he started fourteen times in Graded features and won seven races, with seven places. He will be a welcome addition to the Cape stallion ranks and will stand at the world-renowned Drakenstein Stud under the Freemanstallions banner.

into question, with allegations made that he acted corruptly in refusing to re-licence Danny Nikolic. Nikolic’s disqualification expired in September last year but Racing Victoria rejected his application to ride again on the grounds that he was not a fit and proper person. Bailey and the banned jockey have a famously controversial history, with Nikolic allegedly threatening the steward at the Seymour races in 2012. “We’ve all got families,

c***. We know where your’s lives,” and “Keep your eyes on the road, Terry,” were two statements reportedly made by the Gr1-winning jockey. The altercation resulted in a two-year suspension for Nikolic and he was later handed another one-year ban for allegedly threatening steward Wade Hadley at a VCAT hearing. “Tomorrow I will prepare my notice for appearance to the Supreme Court in answer to the application filed by Bailey,” Pearce posted last Wednesday. The Mentone man, who lists himself as being involved in jockey management, thanked all members for their support in his “pursuit for justice”. www.punters.com.au

Frankel Is 1 From 1! The number of firsts associated with two-time European Horse of the Year Frankel just keep coming.

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n Newbury’s second race on Friday May 13, the first-born foal by Frankel, named Cunco, made his debut against six challengers going 1200m on soft-to good ground. He won by three-quarters of a length with seeming ease in a time of 1:16.40. “I think he ran a big race, a good race,” said Fernando Diaz-Valdes, racing manager and adviser to owner/breeder Don Alberto Corp. “He has a nice turn of foot.” Don Alberto became Cunco’s breeder of record after acquiring his group-winning dam Chrysanthemum (Danehill Dancer) soon after she’d sold at the 2013 Tattersalls December Mare sale for 800,000 guineas ($1,373,820) to Eaton Sales. Cunco was foaled at Coolmore Stud in Ireland and Chrysanthemum was bred back to Frankel’s sire, Galileo. The mare has a yearling Galileo colt, a weanling filly by Australia, and has been confirmed back in foal to Galileo. Royal Ascot may be the next venue for Cunco, though trainer John Gosden has yet to make that call. www.bloodhorse.com


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In an exciting new addition to the thoroughbred auction calendar, Cape Thoroughbred Sales will be bringing the inaugural Mare & Fillies For Stud Select Sale to Highlands Farm next month on Friday, 10 June.

ever before, has South Africa hosted a Select Sale of fillies and mares, and this sale, to be held on 10 June, will be a watershed moment in the Cape thoroughbred breeding industry. This sale will give breeders the rare opportunity to buy mares and fillies for stud by some of the world’s very top stallions.

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The likes of Arch, Darshaan, Fastnet Rock, Galileo, Giant’s Causeway, Green Desert, High Chaparral, Invincible Spirit, Rahy, Rainbow Quest, Rock Of Gibraltar, and the immortal Sadler’s Wells are some of the greatest stallions of recent times and all have played a major part in shaping the modern day thoroughbred. Between them, these stallions are broodmare

sire of more than 1030 stakes winners! Major international stallions dominate the catalogue, but the majority of South Africa’s best sires are also well represented in this magnificent catalogue –with all of Al Mufti, Captain Al, Dynasty, Fort Wood, Jallad, Jet Master, National Assembly, Silvano, Trippi, Var and Western Winter represented by at least one daughter in this sale. There are 11 individual stakes winners on sale, headed by the Grade One winners Imperious Star, Overarching and Zaitoon. This means no less than 15% of the fillies or mares catalogued are black type winners! South Africa’s top and most exciting

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sires are numbered among the covering sires, with the likes of Ashaawes, Captain Al, Captain Of All, Dynasty, Duke Of Marmalade, Elusive Fort, Flower Alley, Gimmethegreenlight, Jackson, Master Of My Fate, Oratorio, Pathfork, Philanthropist,

Pomodoro, Querari, Seventh Rock, Silvano, Time Thief, Twice Over, Vercingetorix, Visionaire, and Wylie Hall among sires with mares in foal. While the 73 strong cata-logue is small, it is rich in quality.

Here are just a few of the tempting lots on offer at this historic sale: Lot 1

Daffodil - a daughter of champion sire Fastnet Rock, she is out of Gr1 placed own sister to a Derby runner up and a three parts sister to Gr1 Grand Prix de Paris winner Imperial Monarch, sells in foal to champion sire Captain Al

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Spirited - a half sister to a stakes performer, she is out of a stakes winning Sadler’s Wells half sister to unbeaten Gr1 winner Catchascatchcan, dam of Gr1 Breeders’ Cup Mile runner up and local sire Antonius Pius. She is in foal to Silvano

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Dubai Dancing - a winning full sister to multiple G1 winner and Equus Champion Capetown Noir, she is in foal to Master Of My Fate

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Easyjadeasy - a Gr3 winning half sister to Equus Champion and promising sire Elusive Fort, she is in foal to champion and top class sire Duke Of Marmalade

State Factor - a daughter of top class sire National Assembly, she was top class racemare whose wins included the Gr2 SA Fillies Nursery. Sells in foal to Cartier Champion and top sire Duke Of Marmalade

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Elisium - a daughter of Gr1 winner Proclamation, she is from the immediate family of 2016 1000 Guineas winner and Investec Oaks favourite Minding, and sells in foal to US Gr1 winner Flower Alley

Supersonic - a winning Invincible Spirit half sister to a stakes winner, she is out of a full sister to Horse Of The Year and US Gr1 winner Arravale. Inbred to the great mare Courtly Dee, she is in foal to Captain Al

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Variety Star - a stakes winning daughter of top sprinter and sire Var, this young mare sells in foal to July winner Pomodoro

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Zaitoon - winner of the Gr1 SA Fillies Classic, she is from an outstanding family with her relatives including champion and top class sire Chief’s Crown and Kentucky Derby winner Winning Colors. In foal to Equus Champion and Dubai Gr1 winner Vercingetorix

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Almosthaditall - a winning half sister to Gr2 winner and top class US sire Jump Start, she is out of a stakes placed daughter of Storm Cat and is from the family of French G1 winner and outstanding sire and broodmare sire Miswaki. Sells in foal to Twice Over

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Exotic - a daughter of Galileo and an Irish Oaks runner up, her third dam is an own sister to Breeders’ Cup winner and champion sire Last Tycoon, sells in foal to Captain Al

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Fire Stone - by red hot sire Fastnet Rock, she is a half sister to 2 group winners, including ill-fated local sire Bankable, in foal to champion sire Silvano

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Fly To The Moon - a stakes performer herself, she is a daughter of champion Holy Roman Emperor and Oaks runner up Royal Ballerina (by Sadler’s Wells), in foal to the great sire Dynasty

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Imperious Star - a Gr1 winning daughter of Met winning champion Imperious Sue, and dam of Gr1 2yo Double Appeal, she sells in foal to champion Duke Of Marmalade

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Impressive Rock - a three time winning ½ sister to an Australian Gr2 winner (and from the family of Gr1 winner Titanic Jack), she is in foal to the versatile July winner Pomodoro

Amhooj - a daughter of outstanding sire and top class broodmare sire Green Desert, she is out of 1000 Guineas winner Harayir, a daughter of Gulch and granddaughter of Irish Oaks winner Give Thanks. In foal to Duke Of Marmalade

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Little Fastnet - a Fastnet Rock ¾ sister to Gr2 winner and promising Coolmore sire Requinto, she is out of a Gr1 winner and champion granddaughter of Sadler’s Wells, in foal to champion Silvano

Cantabella - a full sister to this season’s top class Irish filly Pretty Perfect (entered in several classics), she is out of a Gr1 placed own sister to champion Holy Roman Emperor and from the family of top sires Encosta De Lago and Flying Spur. In foal to Captain Al

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Classical - a daughter of Galileo and a stakes winning daughter of Danehill, her second dam is a top class racemare by the great sire and broodmare sire Mr Prospector and this is the famed family of Hyperion, Sir Tristram and local hero What A Winter. In foal to Silvano

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Copper Jet - a stakes winning own sister to multiple Gr1 winner Copper Parade, she is in foal to exciting young sire Gimmethegreenlight

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Countess Corlia - a Gr3 winning own sister to Guineas winner and promising young sire Biarritz, she is in foal to popular and promising sire Philanthropist

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Countless - from the immediate family of Guineas winning siblings Dupont and Pacino, and from the family of Derby winner Dante, she is in foal to former leading US sire Philanthropist

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Memorable - a Galileo own sister to Gr3 performer, she is out of a daughter of Gone West and Breeders’ Cup winner Phone Chatter, in foal to Gr1 winner and hot young sire Querari, a son of champion sprinter Oasis Dream

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Mulamasa - a daughter of top class sire Medicean and a stakes winning three parts sister to Arc winner Sakhee, she is from the same family as top sires Capote and Broad Brush, sells in foal to Gr1 winner and promising young sire Visionaire

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Nu - a daughter of seven times champion broodmare sire Sadler’s Wells (damsire of more than 300 stakes winners) and stakes winner Ingeburg, she is from the family of top class sire Inchinor and Duke Of Marmalade’s talented Gr1 daughter Venus De Milo, sells in foal to former Equus Champion Vercingetorix

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Overarching - a daughter of Arch (dam sire of sire sensation Uncle Mo –whose son Nyquist won the 2016 Kentucky Derby), she was an outstanding dual Equus Champion whose 11 wins included 2 at Gr1 level. From the great Claiborne Bourtai family, she is in foal to leading sire Dynasty

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Red Azalea - a winning half sister to a current Australian Gr3 winner, she is by champion sire Redoute’s Choice out of a classic winner by champion sire Zabeel (and bred like multiple G1 winner Samantha Miss). In foal to Captain Al’s champion sprinter Captain Of All Solar Galleon - a proven top class producer, this winning daughter of Captain Al is the dam of Gr1 Gold Medallion winner, and current smart Hong Kong performer, Potent Power. Sells in foal to four time Gr1 winner and European champion Twice Over

Adrian Todd, MD of Cape Thoroughbred Sales, said: “We are excited with our new venture into the select sale of mares, and we are very pleased by the quality of the catalogue. It offers buyers both top class South Africa and international bloodlines and we definitely feel that a sale of this quality can only benefit the industry.” The one day sale, which will now start at 18:30, will be immediately followed by the Cape Breeders’ annual stallion services auction. The online catalogue can be viewed at www.capethoroughbredsales.com


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Quality At KZN Sale A festive mood prevailed at the magnificent Summerhill Stud on Sunday where a number of breeders and racing people attended the KZN Premier Mare & Weanling Sale.

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he top lot was a Singspiel mare, Bint Susu, who was sold for R200 000 to East Capebased Favour Stud. There was keen competition at the top end, while the other end of the market was quite weak. Overall, there was a pleasing response from the market to Linngari, especially given the fact that there were so many entries in the catalogue that had been covered by him and available for purchase. Full report on www.sportingpost.co.za

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Daily Delight Dancing Orietta Dolphin Play Elegant Soup Fancy Flutter Flutter Bye Fragrant Beauty Gallica Garnet Gilded Tigress Goldrun Home Tree Hot Reception Icy Thunder Karnilla Kei Lily Kimberley Jane Let The Music Play Linda Grandeza London Ballet Mary Lou Mastende Mekyaas Mighty Nation Millionaires Row Miss Kitty Mntwana Moet Monterrey National Seeker Nkandla Nome-India Nontanda Perfect Lady Pick Of The Field

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A deluge of rain before the start delayed matters as a field of 14 lined up for the final leg of the 3YO series, the $500 000 Gr1 Guineas - and it again proved to be a very classy affair! My pick was Magnum, who defied a bad draw in the opening legs to finish 2nd and 3rd respectfully and again the draw gods were against him as he drew a horror gate of 12, writes Gareth Pepper.

went with him as I had promised early in the season - but he had a tough task on his hands! The winner of the second leg, Debt Collector, was favourite, but 100 meters after they jumped he looked to be in a world of trouble. He was third last, a long way off and racing on a yielding track. Fast forward to the final 600m - Infantry had changed tactics and brought the field for home, with Magnum hot on his heels and looking the winner, but all the while Debt Collector was being ridden for luck by Michael Rodd and once a gap appeared, he took off so fast and accelerated like only the good ones do.

Just writing about it the ‘goosies’ return and the way he found the line was that of a future star.

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His conditioner Cliff Brown has done a terrific job with him and his remarkable comeback is a story in itself. To Cliff and his team well done on a great job training this guy and to his pilot Rocking Rodd, welcome back to success at the highest level after a frustrating 11 weeks on the sidelines with a broken foot. Debt Collector looks to be very special and is a name worth following here in South East Asia.

So the 3yo Series has come and gone, but next week sees the start of the 4yo equivalent very exciting indeed! This time last year I was looking back on a top class International week, but as has been covered in depth the international races are no more. Sad indeed!

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My highlight this week though is returning after an amazing trip to Australia - what a beautiful country, I had an amazing trip and it really did open my eyes as to what is out there in the world. It was weird to have to wear a jersey or jacket again but one of the main highlights was the wide variety of food that was affordable and super delicious. All the weight I have worked so hard at losing, has made a minor re-appearance and the next month is being spent detoxing and eating healthily again. This weekend’s racing is a bit on the plain side, but next weekend it steps up a few notches again – so there is plenty to look forward to. Till next time.

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Sun Set To Shine The glamorous, famous and fabulous of the South African celebrity set will descend on Pietermaritzburg for the Tsogo Sun Sprint Raceday, to be held at Scottsville Racecourse alongside the Golden Horse Casino complex on Saturday, 4 June 2016.

INTRODUCED in 1962, the Tsogo Sun Sprint is the oldest, biggest and richest sprint event and one of the top six race days on South Africa’s prestigious horse racing events calendar. This year’s race offers R1 million in prize money. The event attracts celebrities, socialites, sports personalities and the fashion forward who enjoy flaunting the myriad interpretations of the theme for both prize and prestige . This year’s theme has been revealed as: ‘Unbridled African Flair’ to great enthusiasm, following last year’s multi-coloured take on the popular theme. Event: Tsogo Sun Sprint Race Venue: Scottsville Racecourse Theme: Unbridled African Flair Date: Saturday, 4 June 2016 Time: 10am Call 033 395 8136 or visit www.tsogosun.com for more info


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Weekend Milestones Aplenty A number of prominent racehorses and sires enjoyed memorable milestones this past weekend, writes Sarah Whitelaw. Frankel The unbeaten legend had his first winner when his first runner (and foal) Cunco made a winning debut at Newbury on Friday for John Gosden. Cunco, who is out of Danehill Dancer ’s Gr3 winning daughter Chrysanthenum, ran on readily to score in a maiden plate for 2yos over 1200m. His sire Frankel, currently eighth leading first crop sire in GB, has now been priced up to as second favourite to sire most winners of a first crop sire in 2016. (The betting for that market is headed by Exceed And Excel’s top class son Helmet, whose first Northern Hemisphere two year olds already include four winners). Frankel (Galileo), regarded by many as the finest thoroughbred ever to race in Europe and unbeaten in 14 starts, has 116 juveniles racing for him this year and they include some true blue bloods.

Among the well related Frankels racing this year are the Gr1 Phoenix Stakes entries Khattar (out of Gr2 Sun Chariot Stakes winner Danceabout), Dream Castle (out of Dubawi’s Gr2 winner Sand Vixen) and Lightening Fast (out of Gr1 Cheveley Park Stakes winner Lightening Pearl). The champion’s first juveniles also include siblings to such high profile Gr1 winners as Arcano (Oasis Dream), Byword (Peintre Celebre), Dubawi (Dubai M i l l e n n i u m ) , Fi n s c e a l Beo (Mr Greeley), Laragh (Tapit), Price Tag (Dansili), Proviso (Dansili), Total Gallery (Namid), Treasure Beach (Galileo) and We Are (Dansili) –to name but a few!

Redoute’s Choice Australia’s triple champion sire was represented by his 30th individual Gr1 winner on Saturday when his son Howard Be Thy Name won the South Australian Derby. That colt is one of 3 Gr1 winners for his sire in 2016,

and one of 12 stakes winners for Redoute’s Choice this season. (The sire, who hails from the same family as current leading SA first crop sire Pathfork) has a total of 132 stakes winners. Howard Be Thy Name is also another top class performer sired by Redoute’s Choice whose dam is by a son of Mr Prospector. (He is out of a mare by Faltaat). Other Gr1 winners bred on this cross include former Equus Champion Majmu and Golden Slipper winner Miss Finland. Majmu is out of a mare by Hussonet (Mr Prospector) – who is also the broodmare sire of Redoute’s Choice’s Gr1 Blue Diamond Stakes winning grandson Extreme Choice. Redoute’s Choice’s Gr1 Spring Champion Stakes winner Hampton Court is out of a mare by the Mr Prospector line sire Broken Vow. Redoute’s Choice’s British stakes winning son Elzaam, who is currently one of the leading first crop sires in

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On Her Majesty’s Service! Drakenstein Stud’s resident sire Duke Of Marmalade had a royal winner at Newmarket on Friday.

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is beautifully bred daughter Daphne (who holds an entry in the Gr1 Investec Oaks) ran on gamely under Pat Cosgrave to win a maiden fillies stakes over 2400m for Her Majesty The Queen. Unlucky last time out, Daphne dug down deep to justify her status as the 9-4 favourite and she looks a progressive sort in the making. Trained by William Haggas (who has a superb record in the Epsom classics), Daphne (also entered in the Gr2 Ribblesdale Stakes), is out of the Daylami mare Daring Aim. Duke Of Marmalade, whose 2016 stakes winners include Australian Group winner Diamond Made, looks on track for a potentially very big year.

His champion daughter Simple Verse looks likely to line up in the G1 Investec Coronation Cup on Investec Derby day while another daughter, recent stakes winner Responsibleforlove, is current a leading fancy to win the classic Oaks D’Italia (Italian Oaks). Duke Of Marmalade is also the sire of talented galloper Can’thelpbelieving, who finished a cracking third in Saturday’s Gr1 Man O’War Stakes. Beaten just under two lengths, Can’thelpbelieving looks to have a real nice prize in him, and this lightly raced gelding looks a horse to follow this year in North America’s turf contests. Cartier Champion Older Male in 2008, Duke Of Marmalade is currently the sire of 28 stakes winners with his progeny having earned over $19 000 000 –and counting! www.capebreeders.co.za

Frankel the UK, is out of a mare by Kingmambo – also damsire of Redoute’s Choice’s Oaks winning daughter Gallica. Local sire, and Gr1 Caulfield Guineas runner up Time Thief, is out of a mare by Mr Prospector son Jade Hunter. To date, Redoute’s Choice has more Gr1 winners to his credit than the likes of Bernardini (A P Indy), Dansili (Danehill), Dubawi, Medagalia D’Oro (El Prado) and Oasis Dream. As further testimony to the greatness that is Redoute’s Choice, North America’s number one sire Tapit has 17 individual Gr1 winners.

Sir Percy The former Epsom Derby winner had his first Gr1 winner when his son Wake Forest won the Man O’War Stakes at Belmont Park on Saturday. A son of former champion miler Mark Of Esteem (a versatile sire who threw Gr1 performers from 10002900m), Sir Percy was among the best of his generation at both two and three, winning the Gr1 Dewhurst Stakes at two, and the Derby at three. (He also finished second to the exceptional George Washington in the 2006 2000 Guineas). At stud, Sir Percy has 13

stakes winners to his credit, with Wake Forest his biggest winner thus far. He is one of the last high profile descendants of the great racehorse and sire Mill Reef currently active at stud. This number also includes the top class sire Dalakhani (Darshaan) and the successful German based sire Lord Of England. However, while the Mill Reef male line no longer dominates Europe, this great horse’s presence should be felt in pedigrees for decades still to come. Deploy (by Mill Reef ’s best sire son Shirley Heights) is damsire of current outstanding sire and promising sire of sires Dubawi, while Mill Reef himself is sire of Bahamian, second dam of champion sprinter and outstanding sire Oasis Dream (Green Desert) and third dam of the latter’s three parts brother, and Horse Of The Year, Kingman (Invincible Spirit). Shirley Heights’ son Darshaan is damsire of the late, great High Chaparral, whose champion son So You Think has made such a promising start to his stud career, while last year’s shock Gr1 Juddmonte International winner Arabian Queen (Dubawi) is inbred to Shirley Heights himself.

Dansili An outstanding and well established sire himself (his runners include 19 individual Gr1 winners), Dansili (a full brother to the dam of Mauritzfontein sire Ideal World) is giving indications that he could well make his mark as a sire of sires in 2016. Already sire of Gr1 sire Rail Link, and last season’s Leading First Crop Sire Zoffany, Dansili recently had a pair of sire sons, Bated Breath and Delegator, get off the mark as stallions. Another Dansili son to catch the eye in 2016 is the New Zealand sire Zacinto – whose first crop of 2yos have already yielded two stakes winners. Despite having had just a handful of starters in 2016, Zacinto’s first crop have made such an impression that their sire, currently New Zealand’s third leading first crop sire, has had his stud fee doubled for the upcoming breeding season. A smart performer himself, Zacinto was awarded victory in the 2009 Gr2 Totesport.com Celebration Mile after original winner, and paternal half brother, Delegation tested positive for a prohibited substance. Out of Gr3 Prestige Stakes runner up Ithaca, Zacinto’s second dam, Reams Of Verse, won the Epsom Oaks.


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with Steve Furnish

Playing Every Angle

.................. SILVER PEG ............. WON 11/2 ...... KUMIKO .... .. WON 4/1 ADE .......... R T R N 33/10 WINTE ........... WO .. .. .. .. E N O N 5/2 NAVAR ............ WO /2 .. .. .. IN A R LET IT WON 5 .................. STARFLASH .............. WON 22/10 ...... N 13/20 AL WAHED E .......... WO L A Y O R H BRITIS

A review of the week's best SPEEDRATINGS

Shades Of Home

Kenilworth 8th They were still racing on the new course on Saturday where victory in the fastest of the three 1200m races, a MR72 Handicap, went to the 4yo AL WAHED. Backed into favouritism at the track, Mike Stewart’s charge was soon at the head of affairs. He kept up a healthy gallop throughout, and although the pack headed by LEDBURY were gaining at the finish, he won with three quarters of a length to spare. Two listed juvenile features over 1200m topped the bill and by far the fastest of these was the Somerset 1200 contested by the boys. On leaving the stalls it was the deposed favourite SERGEANT HARDY (7/10 out to 19/10) who elected to make the running whilst the eventual winner ATTENBOROUGH (7/2 into 5/2) raced close up in third. He was ridden to lead as they approached the 400m marker and although the newly installed favourite ELEVATED also ran on strongly in the closing stages of the race, he won comfortably by two and a quarter. The juvenile girls contested the Perfect Promise Sprint and first past the post here was the Captain Al filly THE MERRY WIDOW. A fluent winner of the listed East Cape Fillies Nursery last time out, Justin Snaith’s charge was always handy. She ran on strongly from

Notebook

Horses worth following at their next few starts... ATTENBOROUGH (J Ramsden, W-Cape)

FASTEST TIMES (The number of races run in each category shown in brackets) *Denotes - Times taken by Clockwatcher • T = Turf • P = Poly

KENILWORTH (NEW) 8TH APRIL Penetrometer 20 – Going Good 1000m (3) Al Wahed 1200m (2) Attenborough 1600m (2) Our Icon 1800m (1) Jet Air

58,95 70,51 100,03 111,83

KENILWORTH (NEW) 10TH APRIL Penetrometer 21 – Going Good 1000m (1) Navarone 1200m (3) Our Mate Art 1400m (3) Midnite Zone 1600m (1) Bezamod

59,00 70,55 86,24 100,62

In The Zone

April halfway and went on to win fair and square by a half from LIVE LIFE. They also ran two races over 1600m and quickest home here was OUR ICON when winning the MR80 Handicap. Allowed to ease in the betting market out to 7/1 from 9/2, Dean Kannemeyer’s charge raced close to the pace throughout. He moved up to dispute matters passing the 300m pole, and after a thrilling tussle with the well-supported 2/1 favourite PALADIN he got the verdict by a neck. TITBITS After leading narrowly for most of the journey, STARFLASH won the maiden juvenile plate over 1000m going away by two and a half.

Kenilworth 10th April Unusually racing took place for the second time in three days at Kenilworth on Tuesday where somewhat surprisingly the fastest of the three 1200m races was the maiden plate won by the 2yo in open company OUR MATE ART. Freely available at 10/1 on the off, Mike Bass’ newcomer was soon up handy. He was ridden to lead as they approached the 200m marker and kept on strongly in the closing stages of the race to beat another 2yo newcomer LORD BALMORAL by three quarters. They also staged three races over 1400m and comfortably the quickest of these was the bill topping MR98 Handicap in which the 3yo MIDNITE ZONE registered his third career victory. Backed into favouritism at the track, Brett Crawford’s charge was always in touch with the leaders. He quickened well 400m from home and went on to beat the second favourite STAR CHESTNUT fair and square by a length and a quarter. The stable of Brett Crawford were also on the mark in the maiden plate for fillies & mares over 1400m when the best bet on the card for many LOUISIANA did the business. In the red at 8/10 on the off, the daughter

Just One To Settle Scottsville 11th April The faster of the opening two maiden juvenile plates over 1000m in Pietermaritzburg on Wednesday was the boy’s affair won by BUFFALO SOLDIER. Allowed to drift alarmingly during the morning (2/1 out to 7’s) as money came in buckets for Dennis Drier’s newcomer ROCKY VALLEY (raced midfield – beaten 4,75), the son of Warm White Night was soon up handy. The 16/1 shot LIL RED ROOSTER set a brisk pace and still three lengths to the good going through the 200m, it was looking as though he may not be caught. Buffalo Soldier ran on strongly at the business end of the race though, and under a welljudged ride from Anton Marcus he won going away by a length and a quarter after striking the front 50m or so from home. There were four races run over 1000m in total and the fastest of these was the bill topping MR90 Handicap won by ROCK ON BABY. Returning

from a five month break here, the daughter of Seventh Rock led throughout. She ran on stoutly over the final 400m and with the rest comfortably beaten she held off a determined challenge from the running on SHEZALEADER by a neck. Another tight finish was to be had in the nonblack type Middle Stakes over 1400m where the uneasy favourite NEVER SETTLE (18/10 out to 33/10) did the business. Not the quickest into stride, Dean Kannemeyer’s only runner at the meeting raced in the rear early on. Once in the straight though, he ran on best of all and with the remainder some three lengths adrift he got up late to deny POIVRE (raced midfield – led 300m). TITBITS The 3yo FORBIDDEN DUEL made up five lengths in the home straight when a running on third in the MR80 Handicap over 2400m.

Speedy Royale Vaal 12th April

SCOTTSVILLE (NEW) 11TH APRIL Penetrometer 25 – Going G/Soft 1000m (4) Rock On Baby 56,90 1200m (1) Nuntius 70,72 1400m (1) Never Settle 84,80 1750m (1) Jay Again 108,53 2400m (1) Born To Rule 154,59 VAAL (INSIDE) 12TH APRIL Penetrometer 20 – Going Good 1000m (4) You Beauty 1700m (3) Let It Rain 2400m (1) Odd Rob

d ’s Top Rate Last Week 'S winners incl. ATING SPEED R WON 6/1

56,82 104,01 148,34

They raced on the inside track on Thursday where four of the eight races were staged over 1000m. Very marginally the second fastest of these was the opening juvenile plate in which the 13/20 favourite BRITISH ROYALE was never headed. Out of the pens in a flash, the son of Great Britain soon had the five runners strung out. A fluent winner of his only previous race when making all SPORTING MONARCH raced second and had three lengths to make up going through the 400m. It looked for a moment as if he might pull it off when getting within half a length 100m out, but once challenged British Royale found extra and was going away again at the finish. The fastest of the four was the MR84 Handicap won by the Kimberley raider YOU BEAUTY. In a field where question marks were aplenty going into

the race, just two and a quarter lengths covered all passing the halfway mark. She ran on strongly at the business end of the race and comfortably accounted for the marginally more fancied MISS DECEMBER by a length and a quarter. Three of the four remaining races were run over 1700m and surprisingly the quickest of these was the maiden plate won by LET IT RAIN. Always top of the boards, the 3yo son of Dynasty led throughout. He was always in command and won without any anxious moments by a length and a half.

TITBITS

Easily eight lengths off the pace when the race began in earnest, the well supported outsider BLAZING BRAVE (20/1 into 10/1) ran on strongly in the latter stages when a length and three quarter fourth in the MR68 Handicap over 1000m.

of Ideal World was soon up handy. She was ridden to lead shortly after passing the 400m marker and only having to be pushed out from there onwards won with some in hand by a length and a quarter. TITBITS After making all the running in the MR81 Handicap over 1400m, PANGA PANGA found extra when challenged and won well by a half.

TOP SPEED RATINGS for this WEEKEND (Ratings shown have already been adjusted to allocated weights)

FAIRVIEW (FRI) Race 1: (10) Petite Choux 14 Race 2: (8) Bird Of War 9 Race 3: (1) Lindelize 12 Race 4: (6) Grape Vine 72 Race 5: (7) Dreamforest 57 Race 6: (12) I Will Be 43 Race 7: (16) Legal Force 44 Race 8: (6) Western Movie 60 (EW) Race 9: (4) Fire Horse 41 (EW) Race 10: (11) Nomvula 37 GREYVILLE (FRI) Race 1: (5) Skip The Red 17 Race 2: (4) Fortissimus 26 (EW) Race 3: (6) Silver Class 83 Race 4: (6) Kingston Boy 85 Race 5: (4) Deputy Ryder 75 Race 6: (11) Dynamic 93 Race 7: (14) Umbusi 42 Race 8: (2) Lady Linda 12 TURFFONTEIN (SAT) Race 1: (9) Brave Queen 8 Race 2: (10) Favour’s Pride 20 (NAP*) Race 3: (1) Equator 19 Race 4: (4) Woody Cape 8 Race 5: (5) Bichette 87 Race 6: (9) Bird Alley 47 Race 7: (12) Fly Phillippa 76 Race 8: (4) Judicial 84 Race 9: (12) Lavender Girl 44 KENILWORTH (SAT) Race 1: (3) Pride Rock 6 Race 2: (8) Rock On Wood 15 Race 3: (3) Flying Ryan 13 Race 4: (1) Carrie Bow Cay 22 (EW) Race 5: (2) Fear Not 75 Race 6: (2) Captain’s Flame 61 Race 7: (6) Brilliant Crimson 65 Race 8: (16) Kwassa Kwassa 44 SCOTTSVILLE (SUN) Race 1: (1) Bold Rex 31 Race 2: (3) Fortissimus 34 (EW) Race 3: (1) Bank The Cash 14 Race 4: (1) Enlightenment 8 Race 5: (8) Royal Life 65 Race 6: (3) Guiness 90 Race 7: (2) Easy Game 72 Race 8: (15) Lily Gray 52 NAP BETS

* Fancied ** Strongly fancied *** Very strongly fancied


SPORTING POST • FriDAY 20th - SUNDAY 22nd MAY 2016

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greyville nighT Friday • 20th May 2016

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4:55PM

Greyville

Juvenile PlATe (TuRF) - 1400M - SAMe TRAineR:(4-8)

3S12 1D12 1 lee’s sTAr(DR Drier) S veale.......................... 6 2S12 1S14 2 MisTy BirnAM(MF de Kock) C Murray .......... 4 2D10 1S12 9S11 3 oCeAn Drive souTh(KG Naidoo) l Hewitson ..2 1S12 4 seCreT CApTAin(DC Howells) M Yeni ........... 5 1D10 2S10 7S11 5 sKip The reD(L Forbes) A Forbes .................. 8 5T10 3V12 6 CroWD pleAser(JJ v Vuuren) A Marcus ...... 1 2D12 3D10 7 DeserT WinTer(D Kannemeyer) A delpech .. 7 7S12 8 reD hoT russiAn(DC Howells) C Storey .... 10 9 righTs of MAn(G v Zyl) W Kennedy ............. 3 10 roCK of AfriCA(VH Marshall) M Byleveld.... 9

START

5:30PM

Greyville

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1 2 3 2D10 4 5 2D12 6 7 1D10 8 9 4D10 3D12 10 11 2T10 2S14 1D10 1D10 2D12 1S12 2S12 6D12

3S12

1V10 1D14 2S10 5S11 1D12 5D12 1S12 10S14

START

6:05PM

Greyville 2D12 6K16 5K10 4D13 2S16 5T12 10S16 4D16

5S12 4K14 2K12 4D14 1D14 2T11 4D14 2S12

START

6:40PM

Greyville 3K16 11K16 1K16 2K14 4K14 6D14 5D16 4T16 3T11 3D16 7D16

1K18 9K16 9K16 2K16 2S14 10D14 3D14 9T15 3T11 1D14 4D14

START

7:15PM

Greyville 5K28 1K18 7K18 7K16 2T20 2V16 5S16 6K32 3K16 10K12 1K20

4K32 8K18 1K20 4K16 3T16 4T16 3S18 1S16 5D14 3K14 10K20

8S12 10S12 9S12 6S18 13D16 2T15 1D14 10T14

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Dist▲ won last; won last; in frame last 4; Dist▲ Dist▲ won last; first run on turf; btnF; Dist▲ prev run on a/w; Dist▲ won last; MR-68; Mambo In Seattle filly 50k crtr (S Dist▲ prev run on a/w; Dynasty filly 170k crtr (SI 0.92);

60.0 58.5 56.5 56.5 54.5 54.5 54.5 54.0

Dist▲ MR-1; Dist▲ Dist▲ MR-2; Dist▼ hdgr ON; MR+4; won last;

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61.5 61.5 61.5 60.0 58.5 58.5 58.5 57.0 55.5 55.5 54.0

Dist▼ unplaced last 3; 1st run gelded; MR+3; prev run on a/w; MR-2; prev run on a/w; MR-2; Dist▲ prev run on a/w; MR+3; prev run on a/w; MR-1; Dist▲

MR-2;

PA4/PiCK SiX3/JACKPOT2 eAST COAST CuP (F&M)(liSTed)(TuRF) - 2000M - SAMe TRAineR:(1-10)(4-8)(6-7)

gAlliCA rose(J Ramsden) A delpech ......... 10 MA Choix(A Nel) A domeyer ........................... 1 gAThering fAMe(DR Drier) K de Melo....... 11 DepuTy ryDer(NL Bruss) G v niekerk ........... 8 inTergAlACTiC(SG Tarry) A Marcus.............. 6 CAssie o’MAlley(G v Zyl) W Kennedy ......... 5 Kileigh(G v Zyl) K Zechner............................... 2 zAnTe(NL Bruss) d dillon.................................. 9 TonyA(VH Marshall) M Byleveld ........................ 4 grey lighT(J Ramsden) M Yeni...................... 3 speeDy ChesTnuT(BJ Crawford) S veale..... 7

60.0 60.0 60.0 58.5 57.0 57.0 57.0 57.0 55.5 55.5 55.5

MR+1; Dist▲ won last; Dist▲ MR+1; Dist▲ Dist▲ Dist▲ MR-1; Dist▲ Dist▲ MR+4; Dist▲ won last; Dist▲ prev run on a/w; Dist▲

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7:50PM

Greyville 8K16 13K16 7T11 4K18 1K16 7D16 6D32 14D22 10K16 2D22 14T16 1T20 3D19 2D18 12T16 1D19 16T16

9K20 12K20 4T16 5K18 4K28 1S14 3T18 8K16 14K18 1T18 18T20 3T18 1S20 8D16 6T20 9D14 5T14

START

8:25PM

Greyville 2D16 3D14 5S12 6D16 1D14 8D14 1D16 2D14 5D14 3D16 1D16 10D14 4D14 5D12 4D16

2D16 12S12 3S14 6S16 6D14 3S14 1S14 1D14 2D12 4D16 8D16 12S12 1D14 3D14 7D16

START

8:55PM

Greyville 8D16 6D16 5D20 2D16 11D20 10S14 3D14 6D16 5D14 7D14 6D14

3D19 2D19 7D20 3D16 5S12 5D16 8D14 2D16 9D16 6D16 9D19 3D16 6D16 9D16 7D19 7D16 10D14 10D14

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11D14 1 1K32 2 7T20 3 7S18 4 1S16 5 2S18 6 14T20 7 3S18 8 6D14 9 13T2010 2S16 11 1T20 12 6S24 13 4S20 14 1T16 15 4S18 16 13T2017

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R610 60.0 60.0 58.0 58.0 58.0 58.0 58.0 58.0 58.0 56.0 56.0 56.0 56.0 54.0 54.0 54.0 56.0

Dist▲ unplaced last 3; MR+3; Dist▼ won last; Dist▼ MR-1; btnF; hdgr ON; MR+3; Dist▲ won last; btnF; Dist▼ Dist▲ unplaced last 5; Dist▼ Dist▲ MR+6; Dist▼ won last; Dist▼ MR-2; MR+2; Dist▲ won last; MR-4; Dist▼ unplaced last 3;

PA6/PiCK SiX5/JACKPOT4 MR 70 APPRenTiCe HAndiCAP (POlYTRACK) - 1400M - SAMe TRAineR:(9-14)(10-13)(11-15)

fAnTAsy ArT(AJ Rivalland) l Hewitson .......... 7 speCiAl enCounTer(AJ Wright) eS ngwane ..6 CApTAin’s visTA(DR Drier) d de Gouveia ..... 1 The goBi(WH Marwing) d neethling .............. 12 BATTle in seATTle(IS Moore) M Thackeray .. 10 pyrenees in spAin(DS Bosch) C Murray .. 11 poivre(G Anthony) A Balloo ............................. 5 JoshuA’s AnsWer(L Forbes) C Habib .......... 2 Argo’s JeT(A Nel) S Moodley ......................... 3 leT’s go WesT(CG Eudy) T Godden ............. 13 puTChini(CE Erasmus) M Mjoka ..................... 4 Mr hArry(KG Naidoo) d Schwarz .................. 9 Chill(CG Eudy) - reserve 1............................. 14 uMBusi(A Nel) - reserve 2 ............................... 8 TeppAnyAKi(CE Erasmus) - reserve 3........... 15

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2D19 1 3D18 2 11D19 3 6D19 4 4D16 5 4D19 6 5S16 7 3D16 8 2D14 9 6S16 10 10S1611 5D19 12 12D1913 8D19 14 9D12 15

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PA5/PiCK SiX4/JACKPOT3 GR2 BeTTinG WORld 1900 - 1900M - SAMe TRAineR:(1-3-13)(2-7-9-10)(4-11)(5-6)(14-16)(15-17)

golD onyx(SG Tarry) A domeyer .................. 16 King of pAin(J Ramsden) B lerena ............. 12 hAlve The DefiCiT(SG Tarry) M Yeni ......... 11 MAsTer’s eye(J Snaith) R Fourie .................. 5 soliD speeD(D Kannemeyer) A delpech....... 10 iT is WriTTen(D Kannemeyer) S Randolph .... 1 DisCo Al(J Ramsden) d dillon......................... 7 DynAsTiC poWer(VH Marshall) M Byleveld ... 17 The CongloMerATe(J Ramsden) A Marcus . 14 sT Tropez(J Ramsden) K de Melo.................. 6 DynAMiC(J Snaith) G v niekerk...................... 15 MAsTer sWiTCh(GV Woodruff) C Murray ..... 4 serissA(SG Tarry) l Hewitson ......................... 8 silver spring(G v Zyl) K Zechner ............... 13 greeK legenD(MG Azzie) JP vd Merwe ........ 3 nighT shADoW(G v Zyl) W Kennedy .............. 9 DepuTy JuD(MG Azzie) - reserve 1................. 2

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2D16 1 4D12 2 1S16 3 5D14 4 3D12 5 4D12 6 2S14 7 8D12 8 3D12 9 4D16 10 4D16 11 6D12 12 4D14 13 8D16 14 5D16 15

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61.0 60.0 59.5 59.5 59.0 58.5 58.5 58.0 58.0 57.0 55.5 54.0 58.0 55.5 52.0

btnF; in frame last 4; Dist▲ won last; first run on a/w; hdgr ON; unplaced last 3; btnF; Dist▲ MR+1; btnF; Dist▲ MR+11; in frame last 3; Dist▲ MR+1; btnF; Dist▲ in frame last 4; MR-1; Dist▲ unplaced last 3; in frame last 7; MR-2; MR-1;

PA7/PiCK SiX6 MAiden PlATe (F&M)(POlYTRACK) - 1900M - SAMe TRAineR:(3-13)(6-8)(9-14-15)

DelilAh(L Forbes) d de Gouveia ................... 15 lADy linDA(DC Howells) M Yeni ................... 11 pAlACe MysTery(D Campbell) d dillon ....... 9 Trevi founTAin(DR Drier) S veale ............... 7 ATTiC vieW(JM Goodman) S Randolph ........... 5 DiCTATe(ML Roberts) A Balloo ....................... 12 looKAMee(R Hill) A Marcus ............................ 3 plACiD seA(ML Roberts) C Habib ................... 2 Merry ChAse(CE Erasmus) M Thackeray ..... 1 golDen eArings(D Egdes) K de Melo ....... 10 roy’s BuTTerfly(KG Naidoo) J Jordaan ...... 4 BlACK floWer(SG Tarry) l Hewitson ............ 8 Devon Blue(D Campbell) - reserve 1............. 6 CAuseWAy BAy(CE Erasmus) - reserve 2 .... 14 WingeD WonDer(CE Erasmus) - reserve 3 .... 13

PA3/PiCK SiX2/JACKPOT1 PinnACle STAKeS (TuRF) - 1400M - SAMe TRAineR:(1-2)(3-8)

pATerfAMiliAs(MW Bass) G v niekerk ......... 1 nighT Trip(MW Bass) A Marcus .................... 2 heArTlAnD(J Snaith) A delpech ................... 10 sAil souTh(BJ Crawford) S veale................... 7 ChesTnuT’s roCKeT(VH Marshall) M Byleveld . 9 KingsTon Boy(D Campbell) d dillon ............. 3 sTolen DesTiny(C Scott) B lerena .............. 6 lineKer(J Snaith) R Fourie ............................ 11 isCA(G v Zyl) W Kennedy ................................... 8 exeCuTive poWer(MD Miller) A Forbes ...... 4 nineTeen fourTeen(DR Drier) K de Melo .. 5

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1S18 1 9S18 2 2S18 3 2S18 4 5D16 5 8T20 6 12S18 7 5S18 8 1S20 9 4D16 10 6S18 11

60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 57.0 57.0 57.0

PA2/PiCK SiX1 COndiTiOnS PlATe (F&M)(TuRF) - 1400M - SAMe TRAineR:(1-3-4-7)

liTTleBlACKnuMBer(DC Howells) B lerena ..4 Alexis(BJ Crawford) A Marcus ......................... 3 CosMiC lighT(DC Howells) l Hewitson......... 5 Trini’s ColATerAl(DC Howells) M Yeni ...... 8 froMAfAr(D Kannemeyer) A delpech ............ 1 silver ClAss(JJ v Vuuren) d de Gouveia ...... 7 WinD singer(DC Howells) G v niekerk .......... 6 ChesTnuTs n peArls(DR Drier) S veale .... 2

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5K20 1 7D14 2 11K16 3 5D14 4 6D14 5 4D14 6 2D14 7 6T11 8 5T16 9 6D14 10 7S14 11

Dist▲ won last; prev run on a/w; won last; Dist▲ Dist▲ won last; second run; Dist▲ Dist▲ btnF; first run on turf; Dist▲ second run; Philanthropist gelding 100k bk3 (S Seventh Rock gelding 250k bk1 (SI

PA1 Juvenile PlATe (FillieS)(TuRF) - 1400M - SAMe TRAineR:(6-9-10-11)

AnnounCing rAin(MG Azzie) K Zechner ..... 9 DAWn CAlling(DC Howells) M Yeni .............. 7 DiAMonD in The sKy(AJ Wright) A Marcus . 4 forTissiMus(R Hill) B lerena ....................... 1 Miss Minver(D Kannemeyer) A delpech ....... 2 prinCess AnAliA(G v Zyl) W Kennedy ......... 6 sAil(DR Drier) S veale ....................................... 5 sovereign MAgiC(KG Naidoo) T Godden..... 8 ingA(G v Zyl) G v niekerk................................. 10 JusT vogue(G v Zyl) K de Melo.................... 11 rAes’ DynA JeT(G v Zyl) l Hewitson ............. 3

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60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 57.0 57.0 57.0 57.0 57.0

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60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0

MR+7; btnF; MR-3; btnF; unplaced last 6; MR-2; first run on a/w; MR-1; Dist▲ returns to a/w; Dist▲ MR+6; Dist▲ MR-5; Dist▲ unplaced last 3; MR-8; hdgr OFF; unplaced last 10; btnF; unplaced last 4; MR-4; unplaced last 10; MR-4; Dist▲ unplaced last 9;

RACE 1 3/1 Misty Birnam 3/1 Desert Winter 4/1 SECRET CAPTAIN 5/1 Lee’s Star 5/1 Crowd Pleaser 5/1 Rock Of Africa 10/1 Rights Of Man 20/1 Skip The Red 20/1 Ocean Drive South 33/1 Red Hot Russian RACE 2 3/1 Sail 4/1 Announcing Rain 4/1 DIAMOND IN THE SKY 5/1 Princess Analia 5/1 Miss Minver 7/1 Dawn Calling 10/1 Fortissimus 10/1 Raes’ Dyna Jet 14/1 Inga 14/1 Just Vogue 33/1 Sovereign Magic RACE 3 3/1 Cosmic Light 3/1 Chestnuts N Pearls 4/1 Silver Class 5/1 ALEXIS 5/1 Trini’s Colateral 5/1 Fromafar 10/1 Littleblacknumber 33/1 Wind Singer RACE 4 5/2 Paterfamilias 4/1 NIGHT TRIP 4/1 Sail South 5/1 Chestnut’s Rocket 7/1 Heartland 10/1 Stolen Destiny 14/1 Lineker 14/1 Kingston Boy 20/1 Isca 20/1 Executive Power 33/1 Nineteen Fourteen RACE 5 3/1 Deputy Ryder 3/1 Intergalactic 4/1 Gallica Rose 5/1 Tonya 7/1 Gathering Fame 7/1 ZANTE 14/1 Grey Light 14/1 Cassie O’malley 14/1 Ma Choix 25/1 Kileigh 25/1 Speedy Chestnut RACE 6 4/1 Master Switch 4/1 Solid Speed 5/1 Dynamic 7/1 It Is Written 10/1 The Conglomerate 10/1 St Tropez 10/1 GREEK LEGEND 14/1 Dynastic Power 14/1 Serissa 14/1 Master’s Eye 14/1 King Of Pain 20/1 Night Shadow 20/1 Disco Al 25/1 Silver Spring 25/1 Gold Onyx 25/1 Halve The Deficit 25/1 Deputy Jud RACE 7 3/1 Fantasy Art 5/1 Pyrenees In Spain 7/1 Captain’s Vista 7/1 The Gobi 7/1 Poivre 7/1 Argo’s Jet 10/1 BATTLE IN SEATTLE 10/1 Let’s Go West 14/1 Special Encounter 20/1 Chill 25/1 Mr Harry 25/1 Joshua’s Answer 33/1 Putchini 33/1 Umbusi 50/1 Teppanyaki RACE 8 3/1 LADY LINDA 4/1 Delilah 4/1 Black Flower 5/1 Lookamee 7/1 Placid Sea 7/1 Trevi Fountain 10/1 Merry Chase 14/1 Attic View 14/1 Golden Earings 20/1 Palace Mystery 25/1 Dictate 33/1 Causeway Bay 33/1 Devon Blue 33/1 Roy’s Butterfly 66/1 Winged Wonder

SSI Standard Starts Index: • The average earnings per run of a horse, divided by the average earnings per run of all horses of the same age group. • SSI 1.00 means the horse is exactly average. • Combined SSI’s for a race will give an idea of the strength of the field.


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SPORTING POST • FriDAY 20th - SUNDAY 22nd MAY 2016

Turffontein inner Saturday • 21st May 2016 START

PA5/PICK SIX4/JACKPOT3  3:45PM Syringa Handicap (Listed) - 1600m - SAME TRAINER:(2-7-11)(4-8)

Turffontein

START

12:05PM

Turffontein

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Maiden Juvenile Plate - 1000m - SAME TRAINER:(2-5-7-8)

 4Q10  2Q12  2Q10  1 Afgas(C Spies) C Zackey.................................. 1 60.0 btnF; in frame last 3;              9T10  2 At Full Moon(LJ Erasmus) R Munger........... 8 60.0 second run;             10T10  3 Brave Option(JL v Heerden) M v Rensburg... 9 60.0 1st run gelded; second run;                    4 Call To Battle(GM Alexander) A Fortune..... 6 60.0 Kahal colt 350k grtr (SI 1.32);             10T12  5 Dancing Rebel(LJ Erasmus) JP vd Merwe.... 2 60.0 second run;  8V14  2V12  4V12  6 Master Boulder(PF Matchett) R Simons.. 10 60.0  7T10  8T10  3V10  7 Mia Culpa(LJ Erasmus) S Brown..................... 3 60.0  9V14  7T10  4V10  8 Miesque’s Rumba(LJ Erasmus) J Greyling.. 5 60.0        5T12  4T12  9 BRAVE QUEEN(D Nieuwenhuizen) S Khumalo.. 4 57.5              5V10 10 Regal Trip(AG Laird) C Murray....................... 7 57.5 second run;

START

12:40PM

Turffontein

2

Maiden Plate (F&M) - 1000m - SAME TRAINER:(3-6)(4-5)(8-9)

 9V10  8V10  5T12  1 Relampago(RR Sage) M Thackeray.............. 11 60.0 MR-5; unplaced last 3;  8T15  6T10  2T12  2 Wishing Chestnut(ST Pettigrew) M v Rensburg... 1 60.0 MR+14;  9V12  3V10  6V10  3 Golden Memories(C Binda) R Simons........ 7 60.0 MR-1;  8T16 12V16 12V14  4 Approved(LJ Erasmus) S Brown..................... 6 60.0 Dist▼ unplaced last 4;  6V10  8T10  8V10  5 Street Affair(LJ Erasmus) JP vd Merwe... 10 60.0 MR-3; unplaced last 4;                    6 Evening Breeze(C Binda) C Murray............. 2 60.0 Kahal filly 125k bk1 (SI 0.23);                    7 Mighty Kahal(GM Alexander) N Patel......... 12 60.0 Kahal filly; first run;       10V10 10T10  8 Queen Of Turf(G Maroun) J Mariba............. 4 60.0 hdgr ON;       11V10  5V10  9 Blue Lace(G Maroun) J Penny......................... 8 57.0        2V10  2T12 10 FAVOUR’S PRIDE(C Spies) C Zackey............... 3 57.0 btnF;                   11 Mother Angelica(PA Peter) L Hewitson...... 5 57.0 Toreador filly 40k nt (SI 0.46);        6V12  7V10 12 Osculation(RR Magner) M Yeni..................... 9 57.0

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START PA1

 1:15PM

Turffontein

Maiden Plate - 2600m - SAME TRAINER:(-)

 2D24  2V24  3T26  1 Equator(SW Kenny) G Wrogemann................. 1 60.0 MR-1; btnF; in frame last 3;  3T20  3V24  2T26  2 King Of Thrones(RR Sage) R Simons.......... 9 60.0 in frame last 3;  3V16  7V16  7V17  3 Go Fly A Kite(M Houdalakis) A Fortune.......... 4 60.0 MR-3; Dist▲  9V16 11V24  5T20  4 Reminiscence(T Zackey) C Zackey................ 3 60.0 MR+13; Dist▲ unplaced last 7;  4V20  9V24  4V20  5 Tiki Torch(RR Magner) C Murray................... 2 60.0 MR-1; Dist▲  4V17  3T20  4T20  6 WALL OF ICE(SD Gray) JP vd Merwe............... 6 60.0 Dist▲ in frame last 3; 10V12  8V12  8V17  7 Super Sonic(PA Peter) D Habib..................... 5 60.0 MR-3; Dist▲ unplaced last 5; 10V16  4T20 11T20  8 The Honourable Don(TA Lowe) M Thackeray....8 60.0 MR-8; Dist▲ 12V17  9T20 11V16  9 Wallace(E Verdonese) R Munger.................. 10 60.0 Dist▲ unplaced last 4;        8T12 10V14 10 Gold Edition(GM Alexander) L Hewitson....... 7 60.0 Dist▲

START

 1:50PM

Turffontein

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PA2/PICK SIX1 Maiden Plate - 1450m - SAME TRAINER:(-)

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PA3/PICK SIX2/JACKPOT1 Pinnacle Stakes - 1450m - SAME TRAINER:(5-10)

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PA4/PICK SIX3/JACKPOT2 MR 70 Handicap (F&M) - 2200m - SAME TRAINER:(1-5)(4-9)

 6V12  6T14  3T15  1 Red Rebel(PF Matchett) R Simons.................. 2 60.0 MR+3; 11V10  6V10  4T12  2 Amber Flash(PA Peter) A Fortune................. 3 60.0 Dist▲  6V14  9V10  6T15  3 Woodland Sage(JJ v Vuuren) C Zackey....... 4 60.0 unplaced last 3;  9T15 13T14  3T18  4 WOODY CAPE(JL v Heerden) S Brown.............. 6 60.0 MR+37; Dist▼ 10T12  5T14  8T15  5 Uposeupay(A Nassif) L Hewitson.................... 5 60.0 MR-1; unplaced last 9;  9T15  7T14  7T16  6 Sergeant Pepper(G Anthony) M Yeni.......... 9 60.0 unplaced last 3; 10T20 11V17  8V17  7 San Julian Bay(WH Marwing) Wes Marwing.. 10 60.0 1st run gelded; Dist▼ 12D16 12S20 10V20  8 Jack’s Jet(LJ Erasmus) J Greyling............... 11 60.0 Dist▼ unplaced last 4;        3V12 11T12  9 Blue Diamond Road(AG Laird) C Murray.... 1 60.0 btnF; Dist▲        9T15  6V14 10 Hear The Thunder(OA Ferraris) Wei Marwing.. 8 60.0        2V14  3V12 11 A Greater Power(SG Tarry) S Khumalo...... 7 56.0 btnF; Dist▲

START

 2:30PM

Turffontein

 1T16  1T14  8T16  1 Captain Aldo(SD Gray) C Maujean................ 5 61.5  4T14  2T16  4T15  2 SHADOW OFHIS SMILE(GV Woodruff) C Murray..4 60.0 MR-1; in frame last 6;  2T16  3T16  1T15  3 Silver Scooter(OA Ferraris) Wei Marwing... 2 60.0 MR+6; won last; in frame last 9; 10T12  8T12  9T16  4 Toro Rosso(MF de Kock) S Brown................. 6 60.0 MR-2; unplaced last 4;  8K12  4K16  7S12  5 Bichette(SG Tarry) S Khumalo........................ 1 57.0 MR-2; Dist▲  1S14  5D16  7T14  6 Nephrite(M Houdalakis) G Wrogemann........ 10 57.0 MR-3;  3T14  3T12  3T16  7 Pivotal Pursuit(GM Alexander) A Fortune.. 7 57.0 in frame last 3;  8T18  7T20  7T16  8 Easy Lover(MG Azzie) JP vd Merwe............... 3 57.0 MR-3; unplaced last 5;  4T16  6T16 10T16  9 Light The Way(RR Sage) R Simons............... 8 57.0 MR-2;  1V14  6T15 15T16 10 Rikitikitana(SG Tarry) L Hewitson................. 9 55.5 MR-2; 1st run gelded;

START

 3:10PM

Turffontein

10T14  2T20  1T20  1 KALANCHOE(SG Tarry) S Khumalo.................... 5 60.0 MR+7; won last; note run on 17May;  1V20  7T20  2T20  2 Kellie Firth(GV Woodruff) C Maujean......... 12 58.5  1D20  6D19  6S20  3 Tales Of Mambo(A Nassif) A Fortune........... 6 58.0 MR-1; Dist▲  4T20  4V16  3V17  4 Parisienne Chic(SD Gray) JP vd Merwe...... 1 56.5 Dist▲ in frame last 4; 11T18 14V20  6V17  5 Peg O’ My Heart(SG Tarry) L Hewitson........ 9 56.5 MR-2; Dist▲ unplaced last 3;  2T20 10V20  4T20  6 Laurel Cherry(OA Ferraris) Wei Marwing.... 7 55.0 MR-2;  4V14  1T20 10T20  7 Tricia Dupont(LW Goosen) G Wrogemann... 2 54.5 10T20 10V14 14T18  8 Elusive Prophecy(M Houdalakis) C Zackey....11 53.5 MR-4; Dist▲ unplaced last 4;  1V24  3V17  9T20  9 Bird Alley(SD Gray) M Thackeray.................. 8 52.5 MR-2; btnF;  5T25  4V20 13T20 10 Susquehanna(L Kruger) R Munger.............. 10 52.5 hdgr ON;  8V24 11T20 11T20 11 French Approval(LJ Erasmus) J Greyling.. 4 52.0 MR-3; unplaced last 17; 10T18 13T20  8T20 12 Lady Muffet(RP Lerena) M Yeni.................... 3 52.0 unplaced last 9;

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 1V14  6T16  8T15  1 Shepard One(GM Alexander) A Fortune....... 10 60.0  5T16  6T18 14T25  2 Persian Rug(MF de Kock) Wei Marwing........ 7 57.0 MR-1; Dist▼ unplaced last 4;  1T15  4T10 10T12  3 Drifting Dusk(M Houdalakis) G Wrogemann....12 57.0 Dist▲  1T16  1V14  1T16  4 WUKKIN’ UP(SG Tarry) S Khumalo.................... 3 57.0 MR+8; won last 3; in frame last 3;  3V14  5T15  5V14  5 Future Fantastic(ST Pettigrew) M v Rensburg..... 8 55.5 MR-2;  3V12 15T12  8V10  6 Victoria Young(L Kruger) R Munger............ 6 55.5 Dist▲ new stbl (ex B Warren);  6T15  6T18 11T20  7 Ahlaam(MF de Kock) R Simons...................... 11 55.0 MR-3; Dist▼ unplaced last 5;  7T16 14T12  4T15  8 Seventh Heart(SG Tarry) L Hewitson........... 5 55.0 MR-2; btnF;  6T15  6T16  1T15  9 Penny Serenade(MG Azzie) JP vd Merwe.... 4 54.5 MR+6; won last;  3T18  6T25  7T20 10 Pennington Sands(T Zackey) C Zackey...... 1 54.5 hdgr ON; Dist▼  2T12  4T14  2V14 11 Maria Theresa(MF de Kock) C Murray....... 13 53.5 MR+2; in frame last 3;  2T16  8V14  3T15 12 Fly Phillippa(OA Ferraris) M Yeni.................. 2 52.0 MR-1;  9T15  6T15 10T15 13 Close Relative(GV Woodruff) C Maujean..... 9 52.0 MR-2; unplaced last 4;

START

 4:20PM

Turffontein

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PA6/PICK SIX5/JACKPOT4 Pinnacle Stakes - 1800m - SAME TRAINER:(6-7)

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PA7/PICK SIX6 MR 68 Handicap - 1000m - SAME TRAINER:(1-8)(4-10-14)(9-12)

 1T20  7K16 14K20  1 Master Sabina(GV Woodruff) C Maujean..... 7 61.5 Dist▼  7T18  2T20 11T20  2 Stonehenge(SG Tarry) JP vd Merwe.............. 4 61.5 Dist▼  4T18  4T14 10T16  3 BEZANOVA(AG Laird) Wei Marwing................... 3 61.5 MR-2; Dist▲  2T18  6T20  5T20  4 Judicial(T Zackey) C Zackey............................ 6 60.0 MR-1; hdgr OFF; Dist▼  4T18  8K16 12V12  5 Alghadeer(MF de Kock) R Simons................. 5 58.5 Dist▲ note run on 17May; 12D18  9V17  7T20  6 Rushmore River(JA Soma) L Hewitson...... 8 57.0 MR-1; Dist▼ unplaced last 5;  2T18  1V20  5T20  7 Rainy Day Blues(JA Soma) S Khumalo........ 9 55.5 btnF; Dist▼  2K14  4K14  3T16  8 In The Cruise(OA Ferraris) M Yeni................. 2 55.5 Dist▲ in frame last 4;  6V17  4T14  6T16  9 Majestic Bay(ST Pettigrew) M Thackeray..... 1 54.0 MR-2; Dist▲

START

 4:55PM

Turffontein

13V14  1T12  9V12  1 Gold Cup Girl(RR Magner) L Hewitson......... 1 61.0  2T12 14V12 11V12  2 Dukes Dime(H Adamson) M Yeni.................... 6 59.5 10T14  9T15 13V12  3 Bay Of Thunder(C J Mayhew) R Munger...... 9 58.5 MR-7; hdgr ON; unplaced last 3;  8V10  6V10 13T15  4 Regal Rose(S Ferreira) S Khumalo............... 10 58.5 MR-2; Dist▼ unplaced last 3;  1V10  8V10 11V12  5 Defining Looks(GM Alexander) A Fortune.... 7 58.0  6V10  9V10  1V12  6 RIVERINE FOREST(B Warren) Wes Marwing... 2 56.5 MR+2; won last;  5V12  1V10  3Q10  7 Angie Bee(LW Goosen) G Wrogemann.......... 15 55.5 btnF; prev run on sand; 11V10 10V12  5V10  8 Shiver ‘n Shake(RR Magner) R Simons..... 12 55.0 MR-3; unplaced last 4;  9T12 13V10 10V12  9 Queen Of Arts(LJ Erasmus) S Brown........... 5 54.5 MR-4; unplaced last 3;  7V10 12V14 10T10 10 Miesque’s Storm(S Ferreira) C Maujean... 11 54.5 unplaced last 3;  1V12  7V12 13V14 11 Lady Torera(CE Erasmus) C Murray............ 13 53.5 MR-5; Dist▼  2T10  7V10  6T10 12 Lavender Girl(LJ Erasmus) JP vd Merwe.... 4 52.5 MR-5; 12V12 12V12 12V12 13 Lakahal(DN Stenger) J Penny.......................... 3 52.0 MR-6; unplaced last 3;  8V12  7V10  5T10 14 Play Date(S Ferreira) N Patel.......................... 8 52.0 MR-2; unplaced last 8;  8V12  8Q10 12V10 15 Ballerini(T Zackey) - reserve 1.................... 14 52.0 MR-4; unplaced last 4;

Scribble Pad

RACE 1  16/10 BRAVE QUEEN   3/1 Master Boulder   4/1 Regal Trip   5/1 Call To Battle   7/1 Afgas  14/1 Mia Culpa  25/1 Dancing Rebel  33/1 Miesque’s Rumba  33/1 At Full Moon  50/1 Brave Option RACE 2   6/10 FAVOUR’S PRIDE   5/1 Wishing Chestnut   5/1 Mother Angelica   10/1 Relampago  10/1 Mighty Kahal  14/1 Evening Breeze  14/1 Golden Memories  33/1 Street Affair   33/1 Approved   33/1 Osculation  50/1 Queen Of Turf  50/1 Blue Lace RACE 3   12/10 Equator  16/10 King Of Thrones   5/1 WALL OF ICE   7/1 Go Fly A Kite  12/1 Tiki Torch   20/1 Reminiscence  25/1 Gold Edition  50/1 Super Sonic  66/1 The Honourable Don   66/1 Wallace RACE 4   7/10 A Greater Power   4/1 Blue Diamond Road   5/1 Amber Flash   7/1 Hear The Thunder  10/1 Red Rebel  14/1 WOODY CAPE  14/1 Woodland Sage   25/1 Uposeupay  25/1 Sergeant Pepper  66/1 San Julian Bay  80/1 Jack’s Jet RACE 5   5/2 SHADOW OFHIS SMILE   5/2 Silver Scooter   4/1 Captain Aldo   7/1 Pivotal Pursuit   7/1 Nephrite   7/1 Bichette  14/1 Toro Rosso  14/1 Easy Lover   25/1 Rikitikitana  33/1 Light The Way RACE 6   4/1 Kellie Firth   4/1 Parisienne Chic   4/1 Laurel Cherry   5/1 KALANCHOE   5/1 Tales Of Mambo   7/1 Bird Alley   7/1 Tricia Dupont  10/1 Peg O’ My Heart  25/1 Elusive Prophecy   33/1 Susquehanna  66/1 French Approval  66/1 Lady Muffet RACE 7   3/1 WUKKIN’ UP   3/1 Maria Theresa   3/1 Penny Serenade   7/1 Fly Phillippa  10/1 Shepard One  10/1 Persian Rug  14/1 Drifting Dusk  14/1 Future Fantastic  14/1 Seventh Heart  20/1 Pennington Sands   20/1 Ahlaam  33/1 Victoria Young  33/1 Close Relative RACE 8  16/10 Master Sabina   3/1 Judicial   4/1 Stonehenge   4/1 BEZANOVA  10/1 Rainy Day Blues  14/1 In The Cruise   20/1 Alghadeer  25/1 Majestic Bay  33/1 Rushmore River RACE 9   4/1 RIVERINE FOREST   4/1 Angie Bee   5/1 Shiver ‘n Shake   5/1 Defining Looks   7/1 Regal Rose  10/1 Lavender Girl  14/1 Lady Torera  14/1 Gold Cup Girl  20/1 Dukes Dime  25/1 Miesque’s Storm  25/1 Bay Of Thunder  33/1 Queen Of Arts   33/1 Lakahal  33/1 Play Date   33/1 Ballerini


SPORTING POST • FriDAY 20th - SUNDAY 22nd MAY 2016

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Kenilworth Saturday • 21st May 2016 START START

 1:00PM

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PA6/PICK SIX5/JACKPOT4 Gr3 Winter Classic (3yo’s) - 1800m - SAME TRAINER:(1-6)(2-11)(4-5)

 4:30PM Maiden Juvenile Plate - 1400m - SAME TRAINER:(1-2)(6-7-10)

Kenilworth

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 8K10  7K10  9K10  1 British Fairy(J Ramsden) D Dillon............... 2 60.0 Dist▲ unplaced last 3;             10K12  2 Have A Ball(J Ramsden) F Herholdt............... 3 60.0 Dist▲ second run;        2K14  6K14  3 Pride Rock(J Snaith) R Fourie........................ 1 60.0                    4 Prime Circle(GW Ennion) L Africa................ 5 60.0 Philanthropist gelding 175k bk2 (S              6K14  5 Rocketeer(CJ Burger) M Winnaar................. 9 60.0 second run;                    6 Sacred Fort(VH Marshall) H vd Hoven.......... 6 60.0 Rock Of Rochelle gelding 25k bk2 (              4K11  7 Seventh Speed(VH Marshall) XG Carstens.. 10 60.0 Dist▲ second run;  8K12  5K14  2K14  8 Studiolo(GS Kotzen) A Andrews..................... 4 60.0  6K10  6K12  6K12  9 Volatile Energy(MW Bass) G v Niekerk...... 7 60.0 Dist▲ unplaced last 3;              3K14 10 WILLIAM LONGSWORD(VH Marshall) M Byleveld.... 8 60.0 second run;

 2K18  3K20  1K16  1 MARINARESCO(MW Bass) G v Niekerk............ 6 60.0 MR+1; Dist▲ won last;  1K16  5F16 13K16  2 Eighth Wonder(GW Ennion) D Dillon........... 1 60.0 MR-1; Dist▲  1L16 12K16  8K16  3 Ready To Attack(J Snaith) F Herholdt....... 10 60.0 MR-2; Dist▲  3K14  3K16  2K16  4 Whisky Baron(BJ Crawford) C Orffer............ 8 59.0 MR+8; Dist▲ in frame last 6;  2K16 11K16  3K16  5 Vilakazi(BJ Crawford) S Veale....................... 11 59.0 MR+2; Dist▲  4K16  1F16  6K14  6 Brilliant Crimson(MW Bass) A Domeyer......9 59.0 Dist▲  1K18 14K20  7K16  7 Royal Badge(AN Marcus) R Fourie.............. 12 59.0 MR-1; hdgr ON; Dist▲  3K20  1K16  2K16  8 Paladin(VH Marshall) M Byleveld..................... 3 59.0 MR+4; btnF; Dist▲  1K14  8K12 15K16  9 Streak Of Silver(AE Sands) R Danielson.... 5 59.0 Dist▲  6K16  1K16  5K16 10 Shall Be Free(M Robinson) G Behr.............. 4 59.0 Dist▲  2K20  1K20  5K18 11 Jeremy(GW Ennion) L Africa............................ 7 59.0  7K12  1K14  3K14 12 Larimar(GR Puller) C du Plooy........................ 2 59.0 Dist▲

START PA1

START

Kenilworth

 1:35PM

2

Maiden Juvenile Plate (Fillies) - 1400m - SAME TRAINER:(1-2)(4-8)(5-9)

Kenilworth

PA2/PICK SIX1 Maiden Plate - 1400m - SAME TRAINER:(1-8)(2-7-11)(3-12)(5-15)(6-10)(9-13)

 2:10PM

Kenilworth

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 3K16  2L16  8K16  1 Global Nomad(M Robinson) H vd Hoven.... 10 60.0 MR-2;  3L16  3L16  9K16  2 Rock On Geordies(BJ Crawford) C Orffer. 14 60.0 MR-2; btnF; hdgr OFF;  8K14  3K16  3K16  3 FLYING RYAN(GR Puller) XG Carstens............... 9 60.0  5K14  2K14 12K16  4 Due West(J Ramsden) D Dillon....................... 4 60.0 MR-2; 12K16  4K14  9K16  5 Sun Dynasty(DR Hodgson) C du Plooy........ 15 60.0 MR-1;  6K10  5K14 11K16  6 Major Jay(VH Marshall) M Byleveld............... 3 60.0 unplaced last 3;  4L14  8K18  5K16  7 Euroklidon(BJ Crawford) S Veale................. 5 60.0  9K12  6K12  7K14  8 Tizsmoke Tizfire(M Robinson) G Behr........ 8 60.0 MR-5; unplaced last 4;  6K14  6L16  5K16  9 Master Runner(A Nel) A Domeyer.............. 1 60.0 MR-4; unplaced last 3;  7L14  5K16  4K16 10 Twenty Four Carat(VH Marshall) L Africa....... 2 60.0 MR-7;  4K16  8K12 11K14 11 Silver Honey Bear(BJ Crawford) F Herholdt.... 6 60.0 MR-7; 14K12 14K14 12K16 12 Heelagainstthehead(GR Puller) C Bantam...12 60.0 MR-8; unplaced last 4;              5L10 13 Cuduiari(A Nel) G v Niekerk.......................... 13 60.0 1st run gelded; Dist▲ second run;        8L10  6K12 14 Ravishing Boy(JMT Stewart) R Fourie.......... 7 60.0 Dist▲             12K12 15 Royal Ginger(DR Hodgson) S Fortune........ 11 60.0 Dist▲ second run;

START

 2:45PM

Kenilworth

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PA3/PICK SIX2/JACKPOT1 Maiden Plate (F&M) - 1600m - SAME TRAINER:(1-7-10)(2-4-5)

 2K20  2K18  2K18  1 Carrie Bow Cay(BJ Crawford) C Orffer...... 10 60.0 MR+3; btnF; Dist▼  3K16  3K16  6K16  2 FLORRICK(MW Bass) G v Niekerk..................... 4 60.0 MR-3;  3K16 10K16  3K18  3 Brinkley(PP Kruyer) H vd Hoven..................... 6 60.0 MR+3; Dist▼  6K16  4L16  2F16  4 Limpopo River(MW Bass) A Domeyer.......... 1 60.0 MR-3; btnF;  3L14  5K16  7K16  5 Londalozi(MW Bass) D Dillon......................... 7 60.0 MR-2; hdgr ON; 12K20  6K14  6K16  6 Mrs Gray(JMT Stewart) R Fourie..................... 9 60.0 unplaced last 8;  6K10  9K14  4K12  7 Silver Laurel(BJ Crawford) S Veale............. 8 60.0 Dist▲ 13K16 11K16 10K18  8 Explosive Cookie(AD Steyn) A Andrews..... 5 60.0 hdgr ON; Dist▼ unplaced last 7;                    9 Eleadora(A Nel) M Byleveld........................... 3 60.0 Right Approach filly; first run;              9K12 10 Golden Highway(BJ Crawford) F Herholdt... 2 60.0 Dist▲ second run;

START

PA4/PICK SIX3/JACKPOT2 Olympic Duel Stakes (F&M)(Listed) - 1200m - SAME TRAINER:(3-5-6)(8-10-11)

 3:20PM

Kenilworth

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 9K10  8K14  5K10  1 Arcetri Pink(MW Bass) A Domeyer............ 13 62.0 unplaced last 6;  5K16  5K14  6K10  2 Fear Not(AN Marcus) R Fourie........................ 2 60.0 MR-1; unplaced last 3;  1K16  6K18 10K18  3 Acrostar(J Snaith) R Danielson................... 11 59.0 Dist▼ 15K16  1F12 11K12  4 Double Whammy(GS Kotzen) D Dillon......... 4 57.5 MR-2;  1K10  1K10  9K10  5 Dixie Express(J Snaith) G v Niekerk............ 12 56.0 btnF;  9K14  6K12 11K14  6 Petala(J Snaith) C du Plooy.............................. 3 55.5 MR-2; Dist▼ unplaced last 5;  1K16  4K16  1K12  7 Neala(SW Humby) G Wright............................ 10 53.0 MR+3; won last; in frame last 4;  2K14  2K12  2K10  8 CHEVAUCHEE(BJ Crawford) C Orffer................ 5 52.5 in frame last 4;  3K12  9K12  7K14  9 My Emblem(AE Sands) H vd Hoven................ 9 52.0 Dist▼  4K12  1K10  1K10 10 Sails Set(BJ Crawford) F Herholdt.................. 1 52.0 MR+5; won last 2; in frame last 3;  1K12  4K12  2K12 11 Beach Goddess(BJ Crawford) S Veale.......... 8 52.0 MR+2; btnF; in frame last 5;  4K10 11F13  9K10 12 Just Felicity(GW Ennion) L Africa................ 6 52.0 MR-5;  1L14  1K12 12K14 13 Lohnromance(A Nel) M Byleveld.................. 7 52.0 Dist▼

START

PA5/PICK SIX4/JACKPOT3  3:55PM Stormsvlei Mile (3yo Fillies)(Listed) - 1600m - SAME TRAINER:(4-8)

Kenilworth

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Kenilworth

 4K11  4K14  6K14  1 Contessa Confessa(J Snaith) R Fourie..... 2 60.0             13K12  2 Daring Miss(J Snaith) G v Niekerk................. 6 60.0 Dist▲ second run; 10K10  8K12  5K12  3 De Ragatas(HWJ Crawford) G Behr................ 9 60.0 Dist▲ unplaced last 3;  7K14  5K14  3K14  4 Desert Dreamer(VH Marshall) S Fortune.... 7 60.0        8K14  9K14  5 Double D(CJ Burger) M Winnaar..................... 8 60.0  3K11  5K14  4K14  6 Moonsaballoon(J Ramsden) D Dillon....... 10 60.0 btnF;  4K10  3K14  6K14  7 Not On My Watch(GS Kotzen) A Andrews... 3 60.0  3K12  2K12  2K14  8 ROCK ON WOOD(VH Marshall) M Byleveld...... 1 60.0 in frame last 3;        9K14 10K14  9 Roman Crystal(CJ Burger) C Bantam.......... 4 60.0  7K10  5K12  3K14 10 Sign Your Name(GW Ennion) H vd Hoven.... 5 60.0

START

PA7/PICK SIX6 MR 72 Handicap - 1400m - SAME TRAINER:(3-10-15)(4-18)(5-17)(6-16)

 5:05PM

 2K14  4K16  3K14  1 Anglet(PP Kruyer) R Danielson........................ 4 60.0 hdgr ON; in frame last 3;  1K12  4K12  1K14  2 Captain’s Flame(A Nel) A Domeyer............. 9 60.0 MR+4; won last; in frame last 5;  5K12  1K14  7K14  3 Jane S Piddy(GS Kotzen) G Behr.................... 7 60.0  1K16  2F16 13K14  4 Inanna(MW Bass) G v Niekerk.......................... 5 59.0  2K16  2K12  2K14  5 GOODTIME GAL(M Robinson) R Fourie............ 1 59.0 MR+10; in frame last 6;  1K14  1L13  4K14  6 Supercilious(J Ramsden) D Dillon............. 11 59.0 in frame last 11;  3K16  2K12  9K14  7 Nordic Wind(J Snaith) C du Plooy................. 3 59.0 MR-1;  3K14  6K16  4K14  8 Miss Marker(MW Bass) G Wright................. 2 59.0 MR-1;  6K14  8K14  3K16  9 Icy Fire(BJ Crawford) C Orffer....................... 10 59.0  2L16  1K14  1K16 10 Variance(VH Marshall) M Byleveld................ 12 59.0 MR+8; won last 2; in frame last 4;  1K16  2K16 12K14 11 Let’s Go Get It(DR Hodgson) F Herholdt....... 6 59.0  9K20  5K16  5K18 12 Van Dam’s Force(R v Reenen) S Veale........ 8 59.0 Dist▼ unplaced last 7;

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 1K12  4K12  6K14  1 Respectable Rebel(DR Hodgson) D Dillon.....2 60.5  1L16  3K16  2K18  2 Doctorow(D Kannemeyer) Scratched............ 6 60.0 Dist▼ in frame last 5;  1K14  8K14 14K14  3 Heart Of Darkness(MW Bass) R Fourie.... 9 59.0 MR-2;  2K14  4K14  1K12  4 Storm Front(AE Sands) R Danielson.......... 16 59.0 Dist▲ won last; in frame last 4;  4K12  5K14  1K14  5 Royal Flying Corps(GW Ennion) A Andrews.. 14 59.0 MR+2; won last;  2L13  1K14  1K14  6 BANDEROS(VH Marshall) M Byleveld.............. 17 58.5 MR+3; won last 2; in frame last 8;  7K12  4K14  8K14  7 Shishangeni(R v Reenen) C du Plooy............ 3 58.5 MR-1;  8K16  3K12  1K14  8 Sherlock(A Nel) A Domeyer........................... 1 58.0 MR+6; won last;  1K14  4K14 10K14  9 The Best Of Me(M Robinson) F Herholdt.... 18 58.0 MR-2;  6K14  6K16  2K14 10 Shout(MW Bass) R Khathi................................ 7 58.0 MR+2;  8K14 11K14 10K12 11 Cecil John(J Ramsden) G Wright................. 13 55.5 MR-5; Dist▲ unplaced last 3;  6K14  7K16  7K14 12 Chestnut Wild(AD Steyn) S Veale............... 4 55.5 MR-4; unplaced last 3;  1L14  3K14 12K14 13 Ravishing Lad(JMT Stewart) S Fortune....... 11 55.0 MR-1;  7K16  9K12 15K14 14 Nine Mile(BJ Crawford) C Orffer...................... 5 54.5 MR-7; unplaced last 3;  3K14  2K14  5K14 15 Harry Da Wheels(MW Bass) G v Niekerk. 10 53.5 MR-1;  7K12  7L16  5K12 16 Kwassa Kwassa(VH Marshall) XG Carstens.12 52.0 MR-2; Dist▲ unplaced last 4;  8K12  3K12 10K12 17 Top Of The Rock(GW Ennion) H vd Hoven... 8 60.5 MR-3; Dist▲ 10K20  1L24  1L24 18 Blue Door(AE Sands) - reserve 2................. 15 61.0 MR+3; Dist▼ won last 2;

Scribble Pad

RACE 1  15/10 WILLIAM LONGSWORD   2/1 Studiolo   5/2 Pride Rock  10/1 Seventh Speed  14/1 Volatile Energy  20/1 Sacred Fort   25/1 Rocketeer  33/1 Prime Circle  33/1 Have A Ball  33/1 British Fairy RACE 2  12/10 ROCK ON WOOD   5/2 Moonsaballoon   4/1 Not On My Watch   7/1 Sign Your Name  10/1 Contessa Confessa  14/1 Desert Dreamer  33/1 De Ragatas  50/1 Double D  50/1 Daring Miss  50/1 Roman Crystal RACE 3   3/1 Rock On Geordies   3/1 FLYING RYAN   5/1 Due West   7/1 Global Nomad   7/1 Cuduiari  10/1 Sun Dynasty  14/1 Master Runner  14/1 Ravishing Boy  14/1 Major Jay   20/1 Euroklidon  20/1 Silver Honey Bear  25/1 Twenty Four Carat  25/1 Tizsmoke Tizfire  50/1 Royal Ginger   66/1 Heelagainstthehead RACE 4   1/1 Carrie Bow Cay   5/1 FLORRICK   5/1 Limpopo River   7/1 Brinkley   7/1 Silver Laurel   10/1 Londalozi   14/1 Eleadora  20/1 Mrs Gray  20/1 Golden Highway  50/1 Explosive Cookie RACE 5   2/1 CHEVAUCHEE   3/1 Dixie Express   5/1 Neala  10/1 Beach Goddess  10/1 Sails Set  10/1 Arcetri Pink  10/1 Fear Not  14/1 Double Whammy   14/1 Acrostar   20/1 Lohnromance   25/1 Petala  25/1 My Emblem  33/1 Just Felicity RACE 6   2/1 Captain’s Flame   5/1 Anglet   5/1 Inanna   7/1 GOODTIME GAL   7/1 Icy Fire   10/1 Variance  10/1 Miss Marker  14/1 Let’s Go Get It  14/1 Nordic Wind   14/1 Supercilious  14/1 Jane S Piddy  25/1 Van Dam’s Force RACE 7   16/10 MARINARESCO   2/1 Whisky Baron   4/1 Vilakazi   7/1 Brilliant Crimson   10/1 Paladin  14/1 Royal Badge  20/1 Ready To Attack  20/1 Eighth Wonder  33/1 Shall Be Free   33/1 Jeremy  50/1 Streak Of Silver   50/1 Larimar RACE 8   4/1 Doctorow   5/1 Blue Door   5/1 BANDEROS   7/1 Respectable Rebel  10/1 Royal Flying Corps   10/1 Sherlock  14/1 Top Of The Rock  14/1 Ravishing Lad   14/1 Shout  14/1 Heart Of Darkness   14/1 Shishangeni  14/1 Storm Front  20/1 Nine Mile  20/1 Harry Da Wheels  20/1 Chestnut Wild  25/1 The Best Of Me  33/1 Cecil John  33/1 Kwassa Kwassa

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SPORTING POST • FriDAY 20th - SUNDAY 22nd MAY 2016

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sCoTTsville Sunday • 22nd May 2016

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START

12:35PM Scottsville

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

1S10 1S10 1D10 2D12 1D10

1:10PM

Scottsville 1K10 1K11 2S10 2D10 1D10 2D10

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

8S11 1S12 5S11 1D10 1D12 1S10 9S11

1:45PM

Scottsville 3D20 9D20 7D20 4D18 10S14 5D14 11D12 9D24 4D20 5D24 12D14 12D14 6D16 8D14 4D19 9D20

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 9D18 10 9D12 11 9S20 9D16 7S16 12 9D16 11D20 9D19 13 9D14 8S20 9D24 14 4D16 3S20 5D18 6D20 3D24 9S16 6D14 4D24

60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 57.0 57.0 57.0 57.0 57.0

won last; second run; won last; second run; btnF; hdgr ON; won last; second run; Traffic Guard colt 80k nt (SI 0.75 Lonhro colt 2000k grtr (SI 7.55); King’s Chapel gelding 75k nt (SI 0 Mambo In Seattle colt 50k ty (SI 0 Var colt 450k ns (SI 1.06);

PA1 Juvenile PlATe (FillieS) - 1200M - SAMe TRAineR:(2-8)(4-6)

WAKe up MAggie(MW Bass) A Marcus ........ 5 BlAze of MysTery(DC Howells) M Yeni...... 8 forTissiMus(R Hill) B lerena ....................... 1 pluMe Del Toro(DR Drier) S veale ............. 7 spiCe girl(CS Laird) B nyawo ........................ 3 WilD irish(DR Drier) K de Melo ..................... 6 CApTAins Moll(JM Goodman) G v niekerk .. 4 DAnish Cross(DC Howells) l Hewitson ........ 2

3

START

START

BolD rex(MF de Kock) A delpech ................... 6 BuffAlo solDier(CS Laird) l Hewitson....... 8 gooD To give(CS Laird) A Marcus ................. 2 horse guArDs(DR Drier) S veale ................. 9 AheAD of TrAffiC(Y Govender) B Jacobson ....3 KiMBerley CluB(DR Drier) M Byleveld ........ 7 luCKDrAgon(AJ Rivalland) A Balloo .............. 4 MyThiCAl rule(DR Drier) C Habib ............... 5 vArADiso(DR Drier) K de Melo ....................... 1

2

START

Juvenile PlATe - 1200M - SAMe TRAineR:(2-3)(4-6-8-9)

60.0 58.0 58.0 58.0 58.0 58.0 55.0 55.0

won last; note run on 20May; won last; first run on turf; won last; second run;

4:35PM

Scottsville 11D14 1S12 8D14 10D14 3S12 3D13 2K12 1K10 6D12 1S12 1S12 6K12 3K10 6D12 1D12 5D12 5S12 1D12 6D10 2D12 5D12 2D14 2D14 5S10 1D10 8S10 10D14 5S10 2S12 5S12 3S12 1D10 9S10 12D12 10S12

8

5S12 1 11D12 2 5D16 3 2S12 4 2S12 5 11D14 6 1D12 7 2D12 8 3S14 9 1D12 10 8D12 11 6D14 12 7S10 13 4D12 14 3S12 15 1S12 16 4D12 17 11S1218

PA7/PiCK SiX6 MR 76 HAndiCAP (F&M) - 1200M - SAMe TRAineR:(1-6)(9-11-17)

TipTol(DC Howells) A Arries .......................... 13 CyClone sAssy(GS Kotzen) J Jordaan.......... 3 isingAMoyA(M Dixon) B lerena ................... 11 leisure Trip(A Nel) K de Melo ..................... 4 royAl KAiTrinA(KG Naidoo) l Hewitson....... 9 sKyfire(DC Howells) M Yeni.......................... 17 ABounD WesT(AJ Wright) A delpech ............. 6 roy’s folly(Y Govender) B Jacobson ............ 5 google Me(ML Roberts) C Habib ................. 14 you BolT(Belinda Impey) C Storey................. 18 privATe DAnCer(ML Roberts) A Balloo ...... 12 eleven(WH Marwing) eS ngwane .................. 15 novA(DR Drier) S veale ..................................... 2 russiAn girl(GB Puller) S Randolph........... 10 lily grAy(DS Bosch) G v niekerk .................... 8 sevenTh MoMenT(PV Lafferty) d de Gouveia ... 7 girl gone WilD(ML Roberts) - reserve 1 ... 16 loCKheeD sTAr(JG Dittmer) - reserve 2 ....... 1

Scottsville 11K12 11K10 8D12 5S12 7D10 5D10 5S14 10D16 10D16 9S16 12S12 9D14 10D14 11S12 12S14 5D14 10D12 12D12 4D10

2S12 1 5D14 2 4S10 3 3S14 4 5S16 5 7S16 6 8D16 7 10D16 8 7S14 9 12S1210 2S10 11

12 9D12 10S1413

14 14S1215

60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 56.5 56.5 60.0

Dist▲ prev run on a/w; MR+3; Dist▲ Dist▲ unplaced last 5; Dist▲ unplaced last 3; Dist▲ unplaced last 3; Dist▲ unplaced last 10; Carpocrates colt; first run; second run; first run on turf; second run; first run on turf; MR-2; hdgr OFF; Dist▲ Dist▲ unplaced last 4; MR+8; unplaced last 6;

2:55PM

Scottsville 2D12 7D10 7K16 1D14 1S12 1S12 5D24 5D16 10K16 3D14 2D14 13D14 1K14 5K14 1S16 3D14 5D18 4D14 4D16 4D16

10D14 1 1S14 2 2D16 3 1D16 4 2D16 5 3D14 6 1K16 7 9D14 8 6S16 9 3D19 10

START

3:30PM

Scottsville 4K14 3K12 16K14 1K10 1S12 8K10 13K11 7K10 10K12 5K12 2S6 3S10 4D10 9D10 13S10 14S14

4K14 13T10 14K10 9K14 1D10 1S10 1D10 9D10

START

4:05PM

Scottsville 6K10 5K11 5T10 3T12 8T14 12T12 1D14 5K14 4S10 3S12 2S12 2D13 3D12 5D10 1D12 3D12 10K10 2K12

8K16 11T12 7T16 9K16 2S10 1S12 4D12 2D12 6D14

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

MR+3; Dist▲ Dist▲ unplaced last 3; MR+2; Dist▲ MR+4; unplaced last 7; MR+5; unplaced last 4; Dist▲ unplaced last 6; MR-5; unplaced last 14; Dist▲ btnF; Dist▲ Lizard Island filly; first run; Elusive Fort filly; first run; Dist▲ second run;

60.0 58.0 58.0 58.0 57.5 57.0 57.0 55.5 54.0 53.5

MR+6; won last 2; MR+9; Dist▲ in frame last 3; MR+5; won last; MR-2; btnF; prev run on a/w; hdgr OFF; prev run on a/w; MR+4; won last; prev run on a/w; MR-5; hdgr OFF; in frame last 6; prev run on a/w;

PA5/PiCK SiX4/JACKPOT3 PinnACle STAKeS - 1000M - SAMe TRAineR:(1-3)(4-7)

sevenTh plAin(DR Drier) K de Melo ............ 7 TAr heel(J Ramsden) d dillon ........................ 3 guiness(DR Drier) A Marcus ........................... 2 AssTAr(GB Puller) A delpech ........................... 4 CApTAin sAM(VH Marshall) M Byleveld.......... 6 piAno MAn(JM Goodman) C Habib ................. 1 golDen MirABilis(GB Puller) eS ngwane ... 5 frisKeT(ML Roberts) A Balloo ......................... 8

7

60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0

PA4/PiCK SiX3/JACKPOT2 MR 88 HAndiCAP (inSide) - 1600M - SAMe TRAineR:(-)

Mr roy(AJ Wright) B lerena............................ 2 never seTTle(D Kannemeyer) A delpech ...... 3 sAinT MArCo(GB Puller) d dillon .................. 9 AuCTion King(PV Lafferty) l Hewitson .......... 6 MounTAin MAsTer(MW Bass) G v niekerk . 1 spAnish CApTAin(AJ Rivalland) A Marcus .... 5 Annigoni(VH Marshall) M Byleveld ................. 7 royAl life(AD Gordon) eS ngwane................ 8 rAp ATTACK(GS Kotzen) S Randolph ............ 10 sovereign reign(L Cunha) d Schwarz ....... 4

6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

PA3/PiCK SiX2/JACKPOT1 MAiden PlATe (F&M)(inSide) - 1400M - SAMe TRAineR:(1-15)(6-10)(7-8)

enlighTenMenT(DC Howells) M Yeni ......... 14 sAinT KAli(JE Freedman) C Habib................... 4 queen Chloe(F Robinson) S veale ................ 2 feATure BiD(D Egdes) d de Gouveia........... 12 Julie’s girl(JG Dittmer) B lerena ................. 5 MisTress elly(W Whitehead) A Forbes ........ 6 lAsT suMMer(CG Eudy) S Moodley ............ 15 gAlliC fire(CG Eudy) d Schwarz .................. 8 DreAM BABe(LA Crawford) A Balloo............... 9 JiBe TAlK(W Whitehead) d dillon .................. 11 lAvenDer BAnK(DS Bosch) A Marcus .......... 7 life is fun(A Nel) T Godden......................... 13 MphuMi(L Denysschen) l Hewitson .............. 10 rosAliTe(CE Erasmus) eS ngwane ................. 3 TACTile(DC Howells) C Storey ......................... 1

5

START

MR+6; won last; prev run on a/w; MR-6; hdgr ON; unplaced last 3;

PA2/PiCK SiX1 MAiden PlATe (inSide) - 2400M - SAMe TRAineR:(4-6-12)(7-9)(8-14)

BAnK The CAsh(F Robinson) A delpech ........ 9 shelTering ArMs(DR Drier) S veale ........... 2 DAle house(ML Roberts) dS lembethe ....... 10 sAMBorA(DC Howells) M Yeni ........................ 5 hAnDsoMe hArvey(IS Moore) T Godden .. 11 Apple of neW yorK(DC Howells) C Storey .. 13 righTy-ho(CE Erasmus) A Forbes .................. 8 roy’s Tiger(D Egdes) K de Melo ................... 6 penningTon(CE Erasmus) J Jordaan ........... 12 sKy ArroW(Belinda Impey) S Moodley ........... 1 ToWer(L Denysschen) eS ngwane ................... 4 green reporT(DC Howells) l Hewitson ....... 7 roy’s ApprovAl(KG Naidoo) B Jacobson .. 14 JusT lATin(D Egdes) - reserve 1 .................... 3

4

2:20PM

MR-3; Dist▼ unplaced last 3; MR-2; Dist▼ MR+3; in frame last 4; MR+1; btnF; Dist▼ MR+10; won last; prev run on a/w; MR+5; prev run on a/w; Dist▼ MR+3; won last; prev run on a/w; MR-4; prev run on a/w; MR+3; Dist▼ btnF; MR-5; Dist▼ prev run on a/w;

Captain Al filly 200k bk3 (SI 0.49 Pathfork filly 250k bk2 (SI 2.31);

5 Winning Bets

at Fairview on 15 May VALUE BETS WIN DIV

START

60.0 59.5 59.5 59.5 59.0 58.5 58.0 57.5 57.0 56.5 55.0 54.5 54.0 54.0 53.5 52.5 52.0 52.0

60.0 60.0 60.0 58.5 57.0 55.5 50.0 50.0

MR-2; Dist▼ in frame last 8; MR-6; MR-3; Dist▼ unplaced last 5; MR+3; won last; prev run on a/w; MR+3; won last; in frame last 3; won last; prev run on a/w; MR-11; Dist▼ unplaced last 4;

PA6/PiCK SiX5/JACKPOT4 MR 94 HAndiCAP (F&M) - 1200M - SAMe TRAineR:(5-8)

enTisAAr(MF de Kock) S Moodley................... 3 eAsy gAMe(MG Azzie) C Habib ....................... 7 WinTer sTAr(JJ v Vuuren) B lerena .............. 4 Well in flighT(DR Drier) S veale ................ 5 shezAleADer(DS Bosch) A Forbes................ 8 elusivenChAnTMenT(DC Howells) M Yeni .....9 fly peg fly(PM Gadsby) d de Gouveia .......... 2 TiMe MArChes on(DS Bosch) A delpech .... 6 reD Moon AT nighT(BJ Crawford) K de Melo... 1

63.0 60.5 60.0 57.0 56.0 55.0 54.5 53.5 52.0

Dist▼ unplaced last 3; MR-2; Dist▼ unplaced last 5; MR-4; Dist▼ MR+2; in frame last 7; MR+6; won last; in frame last 5; MR-1; btnF; prev run on a/w; MR+7; in frame last 4; Dist▼

R5

Percival

20

BEST BETS

Sun Power . . . . . . . . R2 Maverick Girl . . . . R160 O Tamara . . . . . . . . . . R160

50

Scribble Pad

PLACE DIV

R220 TOP BETS 40

Oomph . . . . . . R1

RACE 1 12/10 BOLD REX 5/2 Good To Give 5/2 Horse Guards 7/1 Buffalo Soldier 14/1 Ahead Of Traffic 14/1 Kimberley Club 20/1 Mythical Rule 20/1 Varadiso 25/1 Luckdragon RACE 2 2/1 Wake Up Maggie 3/1 Blaze Of Mystery 3/1 FORTISSIMUS 5/1 Plume Del Toro 7/1 Spice Girl 10/1 Wild Irish 10/1 Danish Cross 14/1 Captains Moll RACE 3 2/1 Sheltering Arms 5/2 BANK THE CASH 4/1 Sambora 7/1 Green Report 7/1 Handsome Harvey 14/1 Roy’s Tiger 14/1 Dale House 33/1 Pennington 50/1 Righty-Ho 50/1 Apple Of New York 50/1 Tower 66/1 Sky Arrow 66/1 Roy’s Approval 66/1 Just Latin RACE 4 12/10 Lavender Bank 4/1 ENLIGHTENMENT 4/1 Saint Kali 7/1 Feature Bid 10/1 Queen Chloe 14/1 Life Is Fun 25/1 Rosalite 25/1 Gallic Fire 25/1 Mistress Elly 25/1 Julie’s Girl 33/1 Dream Babe 33/1 Last Summer 33/1 Mphumi 50/1 Jibe Talk 50/1 Tactile RACE 5 3/1 Never Settle 3/1 MOUNTAIN MASTER 4/1 Spanish Captain 5/1 Saint Marco 7/1 Annigoni 10/1 Rap Attack 10/1 Royal Life 14/1 Sovereign Reign 14/1 Auction King 25/1 Mr Roy RACE 6 8/10 Seventh Plain 3/1 Tar Heel 5/1 GUINESS 5/1 Captain Sam 12/1 Piano Man 14/1 Asstar 25/1 Golden Mirabilis 80/1 Frisket RACE 7 3/1 ENTISAAR 4/1 Elusivenchantment 5/1 Easy Game 5/1 Well In Flight 5/1 Time Marches On 7/1 Fly Peg Fly 10/1 Winter Star 10/1 Shezaleader 14/1 Red Moon At Night RACE 8 4/1 Abound West 4/1 Leisure Trip 5/1 Lily Gray 7/1 Royal Kaitrina 12/1 Roy’s Folly 12/1 Tiptol 12/1 Skyfire 12/1 ISINGAMOYA 12/1 Nova 14/1 Google Me 14/1 Eleven 20/1 Seventh Moment 20/1 Russian Girl 20/1 You Bolt 25/1 Girl Gone Wild 33/1 Private Dancer 33/1 Cyclone Sassy 80/1 Lockheed Star


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SPORTING POST • FRIDAY 20th - SUNDAY 22nd MAY 2016

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LAST WEEK'S RESULTS Race 5 (236)

Pre-Trained Vaal 3rd May

3rd SIM-ALLY BANK Vaal 12th May

Race 5 MR 71 Handicap

3rd KANONKOP Spelling

WON JAY AGAIN Raised Vaal 12th May

Race 8 MR 72 Handicap

3rd ROCKY STALLONE Turffontein Standside 14th May

Race 2 Maiden Plate

2nd MAN THE FORT

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FLAMINGO PARK Monday 9 May 1200m R50,000

Q 222 1 0.00 Los Ninos (8) 60.0 G Wrogemann 8/1 2 ch c Gitano Hernando - Autograf (Becker) (6) 60.0 C Zackey 7/2 Q 222 2 5.25 Afgas 2 b g Carpocrates - Virgin Blue (Jet Master) (4) 60.0 M Thackeray 16/1 K 504 3 7.00 Milky White 2 gr c Noordhoek Flyer - Super Sarah (Wolfhound) (1) 60.0 R Munger 13/2 4 8.75 Flying Fool (7) 60.0 JP vd Merwe 12/10 Q 195 5 9.50 Zaragoza (2) 57.5 M v Rensburg 8/1 6 21.00 Precious Princess (3) 60.0 J Greyling 16/1 7 26.00 Driving Rain (5) 60.0 C Murray 50/1 Q 195 8 33.00 Attheroyal Time: 75.03s (62.53s avg/1000m, or 58km/h) SP Total %: 117% 1st T:T Prinsloo O:Messrs W V Erfmann, B E Mostert & A J van Huyssteen B:S & C le Roux

Race 2 (233)

Flamingo Park Maiden Plate

Flamingo Park MR 65 Handicap

1600m R45,000

T 979 1 0.00 Secret Lover (9) 52.0 M Thackeray 10/1 4 ch g Daring Bid - Pleasure Zone (Casey Tibbs) (6) 56.0 J Penny 25/1 Q 226 2 0.25 Mcgeek 4 b g Newton - Spanish Miss (Jallad) (1) 56.0 JP vd Merwe 9/2 Q 229 3 1.25 True Valour 3 ch g Daring Bid - Atraab (Fahal) (12) 56.5 C Zackey 5/1 Q 229 4 5.00 Royal Master (11) 53.0 R Munger 16/1 Q 226 5 5.50 Le Gray (8) 53.5 C Ngcobo 8/1 Q 207 6 9.50 Rocket Falls (2) 53.5 F Herholdt 35/1 Q 198 7 15.00 Ocean Pirate (5) 52.0 N Patel 28/1 Q 210 8 16.00 War Trail (10) 56.5 M v Rensburg 5/2 Q 205 9 16.50 Nutbush (4) 52.0 T Pretorius 70/1 Q 193 10 30.00 The Ngwazi (7) 52.0 C Murray 11/2 Q 226 11 31.00 Opah Latino (3) 59.0 G Wrogemann 22/1 Q 226 12 39.00 Gold Comet Time: 101.31s (63.32s avg/1000m, or 57km/h) SP Total %: 121% 1st T:RR Magner O:Mr G R Sadleir B:Rathmor Stud

Race 4 (235)

Flamingo Park MR 62 Handicap (F&M)

Flamingo Park MR 72 Handicap

1600m R45,000

Q 230 1 0.00 Cape Grey (1) 59.0 C Zackey 7/2 4 b f Greys Inn - Cape Pride (Cordoba) (5) 53.5 JP vd Merwe 10/1 Q 202 2 1.75 Lady Duchess 3 b f Kahal - Her Ladyship(AUS) (Catbird) (13) 56.5 C Murray 22/10 Q 223 3 2.25 Lingerie 3 b f Mambo In Seattle - Alinga(AUS) (Rock of Gibraltar) (2) 52.5 J Penny 7/1 Q 202 4 4.25 Act Away (8) 59.0 M v Rensburg 12/1 Q 227 5 5.50 Madam Alexis (6) 52.0 M Mjoka 14/1 Q 205 6 6.75 Kartouche (4) 60.5 R Simons 10/1 Q 227 7 7.00 Pena Palace (12) 53.0 F Herholdt 45/1 Q 109 8 8.00 Calypso 9 15.00 Swizzle Stick (3) 52.5 R Munger 20/1 Q 202 (7) 56.5 M Thackeray 40/1 Q 230 10 18.00 Buddy’s Falcon (11) 53.0 C Ngcobo 30/1 Q 117 11 33.00 Dare To Run (14) 56.0 G Wrogemann 33/1 D 680 12 38.00 Celine 70/1 Q 194 13 99.99 Bandsmakeherdance (9) 52.0 T Pretorius (10) 52.5 N Patel 100/1 Q 194 14 99.99 In Conformity Time: 102.24s (63.9s avg/1000m, or 56km/h) SP Total %: 116% 1st T:LJ Human O:Messrs Z Oosthuizen & L J Human B:Summerhill Stud

Flamingo Park MR 80 Handicap (F&M)

1400m R48,000

1200m R58,000

C Murray

15/2

JP vd Merwe

6/1

R Munger

8/1

M v Rensburg 7/2 T Pretorius 6/1 F Herholdt 66/1 M Thackeray 25/1 R Simons 4/1 N Patel 7/1 C Zackey 14/1 SP Total %: 118%

Flamingo Park MR 64 Handicap

1200m R45,000

OUR MATE ART

2 b c Artie Schiller - Laureldean Dream(USA) (Stravinsky) WON at Kenilworth over 1200m, 10 May for trainer MW Bass

TABLE BAY

2 b c Redoute’s Choice - Gabriella(GB) (Cape Cross) WON at Kenilworth over 1200m, 14 May for trainer J Ramsden and placed . . Dance City Queen, What A Poet, Sandy Bay, Tipo Tinto, Buckinghamshire, Khetiwe, Lord Balmoral, Ze Tzar

KENILWORTH Tuesday 10 May Going: good

Kenilworth Maiden Juvenile Plate (Fillies)

Kingmambo – Banks Hill by Danehill

Louisiana

1 win 2 places 4 runs 3 ch f Ideal World - Southern Pine (Silvano) WON at Kenilworth, 1400, 10 May

Congratulations to BJ Crawford, Mauritzfontein (Pty) Ltd (Nom: Miss J B Slack) & Messrs B P Finch & B C Ralph & Mr & Mrs F Ladeira, Mauritzfontein Stud

Grand Jury

1 win 3 places runs 12 3 b f Ideal World - Juror (Strike Smartly) WON by 2.10L at Turffontein, 1600, 14 May

Congratulations to Messrs MC Gerber & MF de Kock, Mauritzfontein Stud

. . . and placed . . . Hero Quest, Sheet Weaver

Race 2 (553)

1000m R75,000

K 497 1 0.00 Navarone (12) 60.0 A Domeyer 33/10 2 b f Var - GeePee S (Goldkeeper) (15) 60.0 F Herholdt 33/1 2 0.30 Tiger Star 2 gr f Blue Tiger - Festival Parade (Elliodor) (14) 60.0 S Fortune 8/1 3 1.05 Runaway Rebel 2 b f Rebel King - Elude And Avoid(AUS) (Elusive Quality) (7) 60.0 D Dillon 14/1 K 505 4 2.05 Ring O’ Var (9) 60.0 G v Niekerk 5/1 5 2.55 Harakiri (2) 60.0 B Fayd’herbe 12/1 6 4.05 Interlude (10) 60.0 C Orffer 6/1 7 4.35 Tripolina (3) 60.0 G Wright 22/1 8 5.60 Dusty Button (8) 60.0 R Fourie 9/2 9 6.35 Honours Degree (11) 60.0 H vd Hoven 110/1 L 455 10 7.60 Stunning Seed (13) 60.0 B May 33/1 11 8.85 Red Sky At Night (6) 60.0 G Behr 22/1 12 9.60 Turnpike (1) 60.0 M Winnaar 33/1 K 409 13 10.85 Lady Zamala (4) 60.0 R Khathi 40/1 14 11.60 Mistico’s Mistress (5) 60.0 XG Carstens 50/1 15 11.80 Quinelia Time: 59s (59s avg/1000m, or 61km/h) SP Total %: 121% 1st T:PD Reeves O:Mr P Barrett B:Favour Stud

Kenilworth Maiden Plate

1200m R75,000

1 0.00 Our Mate Art (4) 57.0 G v Niekerk 10/1 2 b c Artie Schiller - Laureldean Dream(USA) (Stravinsky) (1) 57.0 M Byleveld 5/1 2 0.75 Lord Balmoral 2 b c Star Witness - Balmoral Belle(NZ) (Zabeel) (2) 60.0 B Fayd’herbe 5/2 K 506 3 2.50 Impressed 3 b g Silvano - Inspired(IRE) (Fasliyev) (9) 60.0 A Domeyer 5/1 K 523 4 4.25 Viking Voyage (6) 57.0 D Dillon 10/1 5 6.00 William The Brave (7) 60.0 R Khathi 16/1 6 6.50 Captain’s Version (13) 57.0 C du Plooy 8/1 K 523 7 7.00 Tweak The Wind (10) 60.0 H vd Hoven 12/1 K 319 8 8.00 Soul Of Simon (3) 60.0 XG Carstens 110/1 K 506 9 10.50 Hanover Street (12) 60.0 R Fourie 40/1 L 65 10 10.70 Midnight Vision (5) 60.0 G Behr 10/1 K 514 11 11.45 Cape Arrow (8) 57.0 L Africa 55/1 K 431 12 18.20 Madiba Shuffle (11) 57.0 G Wright 100/1 13 20.20 Cardiff Castle Time: 70.55s (58.79s avg/1000m, or 61km/h) SP Total %: 120% 1st T:MW Bass O:Messrs Bryn Ressell & N M Shirtliff B:bred in Australia

Race 3 (554)

Kenilworth Maiden Plate

1600m R75,000

K 535 1 0.00 Bezamod (3) 60.0 F Herholdt 12/1 3 b g Bezrin - I’m A Model (I’m Great) (4) 60.0 R Fourie 33/10 K 508 2 1.00 Gyre 3 b g Windrush - Swirling (Tilden) (7) 60.0 C Orffer 3/1 K 432 3 2.00 Hero Quest 3 b g Ideal World - Dream Of Gold(IRE) (Sadler’s Wells) (2) 60.0 G Behr 40/1 K 538 4 4.25 Mr Lover Boy (9) 60.0 M Byleveld 33/1 K 502 5 5.00 Euroklidon (6) 60.0 A Andrews 110/1 K 502 6 5.50 Emerald Island (5) 60.0 G v Niekerk 6/1 K 495 7 7.00 Madonna’s Answer (11) 60.0 B Fayd’herbe 28/10 K 535 8 9.00 King Of The Corn (10) 60.0 C du Plooy 100/1 K 508 9 10.25 Mayday (13) 56.5 R Khathi 40/1 K 530 10 10.45 Cigano Andaluz (8) 60.0 A Domeyer 12/1 K 355 11 13.45 Winter Marchen (1) 60.0 XG Carstens 100/1 K 337 12 18.95 Heelagainstthehead (12) 60.0 L Africa 55/1 K 535 13 20.70 Mambo Star Time: 100.62s (62.89s avg/1000m, or 57km/h) SP Total %: 117% 1st T:BJ Crawford O:Messrs C W Nelson & J Mahony B:Beaumont Stud

Race 4 (555)

Kenilworth Maiden Plate (F&M)

1400m R75,000

K 532 1 0.00 Louisiana (1) 60.0 C Orffer 8/10 3 ch f Ideal World - Southern Pine (Silvano) (3) 60.0 R Fourie 6/1 K 539 2 1.25 Celtic Charm 3 b f Windrush - Alluring Charm (Qui Danzig) (2) 56.0 D Dillon 5/2 K 520 3 1.45 Sandy Bay 2 b f Exceed And Excel - Sesenta(AUS) (Encosta de Lago) (6) 60.0 G Behr 66/1 K 524 4 4.20 Chacabotha (5) 60.0 S Fortune 33/1 K 532 5 4.95 Electro Diva (9) 56.0 G v Niekerk 8/1 K 520 6 6.20 Contessa Confessa (4) 60.0 XG Carstens 110/1 K 524 7 9.70 Allegria (7) 60.0 L Africa 100/1 K 539 8 11.45 Wind Goddess (8) 60.0 F Herholdt 50/1 L 458 9 11.85 Carolina Sky Time: 88.6s (63.29s avg/1000m, or 57km/h) SP Total %: 118% 1st T:BJ Crawford O:Mauritzfontein (Pty) Ltd (Nom: Miss J B Slack) & Messrs B P Finch & B C Ralph & Mr & Mrs F Ladeira B:Mauritzfontein Stud

Kenilworth MR 98 Handicap

1400m R90,000

K 531 1 0.00 Midnite Zone (2) 57.0 F Herholdt 15/4 3 b g Trippi - Helleborus Blue(USA) (Cee’s Tizzy) (1) 53.0 M Byleveld 4/1 F 411 2 1.25 Star Chestnut 3 b g Horse Chestnut - Gaily Goes West (Western Winter) (7) 59.5 B Fayd’herbe 8/1 K 518 3 1.45 Spirit Of Hamilton 4 ch g Argonaut - Corn Dodger (Phantom Earl) (4) 60.5 A Domeyer 8/1 K 531 4 1.65 Ashton Park (5) 60.5 H vd Hoven 14/1 K 362 5 1.95 Blarney Bay (11) 55.0 G v Niekerk 13/2 F 411 6 2.70 Brilliant Crimson (3) 52.5 A Andrews 40/1 K 518 7 3.45 Friendly Tibbs (10) 53.0 S Fortune 14/1 K 483 8 3.75 Ze Kaiser (6) 56.5 G Behr 22/1 K 518 9 6.00 Blackmore (12) 60.5 D Dillon 22/1 K 531 10 6.05 Kingvoldt (9) 58.0 R Fourie 14/1 K 531 11 7.30 Sail For Gold (8) 57.0 C Orffer 10/1 K 394 12 10.30 Zubbadubbadoo Time: 86.24s (61.6s avg/1000m, or 58km/h) SP Total %: 117% 1st T:BJ Crawford O:Mrs I Jooste & Mr M J Jooste B:Highlands

Race 6 (557)

Kenilworth MR 81 Handicap

1400m R75,000

K 510 1 0.00 Panga Panga (7) 56.5 D Dillon 11/2 4 b g Fort Wood - Princess Elli (Elliodor) (6) 57.0 G v Niekerk 15/4 K 500 2 0.50 Giveusagrand 3 b g Jay Peg - Rose Reserve (Lake Coniston) (2) 59.5 A Andrews 6/1 F 411 3 1.25 Dragon Flame 3 b g Bezrin - Thin Air (Fine Edge) (1) 58.5 R Fourie 6/1 K 273 4 1.55 Golden Peg (5) 55.5 L Africa 40/1 K 485 5 1.95 Half Moon Hotel (3) 60.0 B Fayd’herbe 6/1 K 429 6 2.70 Waiting For Rain (9) 58.0 A Domeyer 15/2 K 492 7 3.95 Pigeon Flyer (4) 54.5 F Herholdt 6/1 K 543 8 6.45 Shishangeni (8) 59.0 G Wright 33/1 K 399 9 7.70 Air Chief Marshal (10) 55.5 M Byleveld 15/2 K 34 10 10.95 Even Better Time: 87.23s (62.31s avg/1000m, or 58km/h) SP Total %: 122% 1st T:MW Bass O:Evanstan Investments (Pty) Ltd (Nom: Mr R D Hamilton) B:Daytona Stud

B May

4/1

G v Niekerk

11/2

M Byleveld

2/1

G Behr 20/1 S Fortune 12/1 A Domeyer 9/1 R Fourie 12/1 H vd Hoven 25/1 XG Carstens 10/1 R Khathi 20/1 F Herholdt 25/1 SP Total %: 120%

Kenilworth MR 76 Handicap (F&M)

1200m R79,000

SCOTTSVILLE Wednesday 11 May

Race 1 (805)

Going: soft Scottsville Maiden Juvenile Plate

1000m R80,000

Scottsville Maiden Juvenile Plate (Fillies)

1000m R80,000

1 0.00 Buffalo Soldier (3) 60.0 A Marcus 7/1 2 b c Warm White Night - Only In Philly(USA) (Polish Numbers) D 772 2 1.25 Lil Red Rooster (6) 60.0 W Kennedy 16/1 2 ch c Noordhoek Flyer - Chantal (National Assembly) S 756 3 3.50 Golden Ball (2) 60.0 C Storey 40/1 2 b c Curved Ball - Filigree Gold (Goldmark) 4 3.75 The Great Victory (7) 60.0 M Byleveld 20/1 5 4.75 Rocky Valley (8) 60.0 S Veale 6/10 S 707 6 7.50 Rev Your Engine (9) 60.0 L Hewitson 14/1 7 8.75 Scent Of The Tiger (5) 60.0 K De Melo 10/1 8 11.25 Royal Yevahn (4) 60.0 B Lerena 16/1 9 14.75 Roy’s Eagle (1) 60.0 B Jacobson 16/1 Time: 58.07s (58.07s avg/1000m, or 62km/h) SP Total %: 116% 1st T:CS Laird O:Mrs I Jooste & Mr M J Jooste B:Klawervlei Stud

Race 2 (806)

Guy Murdoch • Tel: 053 833 7095 Cell: 083 308 4002 • guy@mauritzfontein.co.za

Race 5 (556)

www.aushorse.net.au

Race 1 (552)

Race 8 (559)

2200m R48,000

Q 226 1 0.00 First Sea Lord (12) 60.0 C Ngcobo 8/1 4 b g Ashaawes - Royal Yacht (Caesour) (5) 58.0 G Wrogemann 13/2 Q 231 2 0.40 Pegged For Glory 5 b g Jay Peg - Bound For Glory(ANY) (Casey Tibbs) (3) 52.0 M Mjoka 30/1 Q 230 3 1.50 Rasberry Lips 2 f King’s Chapel - Sweet As Nectar (Sapieha) (1) 59.5 M v Rensburg 8/1 Q 231 4 2.25 Triumvirate (10) 53.0 T Pretorius 7/1 Q 226 5 5.00 Hermanus (4) 56.0 M Thackeray 7/1 Q 230 6 5.50 Jet Swinger (9) 58.5 R Simons 8/1 V 997 7 5.60 Victory Silks (7) 54.0 R Munger 16/1 T 911 8 8.25 Rainbow Star (6) 58.0 J Penny 22/1 F 466 9 9.25 Forest View (13) 58.5 C Murray 6/1 Q 231 10 10.00 Songoffireandice (8) 55.5 JP vd Merwe 7/1 D 505 11 13.75 Mynameisbond (2) 53.0 F Herholdt 20/1 Q 203 12 14.25 Mustang Sonny (11) 54.0 N Patel 33/1 Q 231 13 22.00 Noble Virtue Time: 73.96s (61.63s avg/1000m, or 58km/h) SP Total %: 120% 1st T:S von W Smit O:Mr Sarel Smit B:Varsfontein Stud

1600m R50,000

Q 225 1 0.00 Dream Lover (3) 60.0 M Thackeray 70/1 3 b c Seul Amour - Star Dreamer (Lake Coniston) (9) 60.0 G Wrogemann 5/1 Q 225 2 3.50 Roxy Babe 3 b g Rock Of Rochelle - Oopsy (Jet Master) (10) 60.0 J Penny 3/1 Q 225 3 5.75 Bold Strategy 3 b g Oracy - Belisha Beacon (Complete Warrior) (8) 60.0 M v Rensburg 70/1 Q 225 4 8.25 Achtung Spitfire (13) 60.0 JP vd Merwe 5/2 Q 225 5 10.00 Bank Manager (7) 57.0 C Ngcobo 45/1 Q 223 6 11.75 Kalani (6) 57.0 C Zackey 16/1 Q 199 7 12.25 Rock Of Fire (1) 60.0 R Munger 7/1 Q 225 8 20.00 Internationalfling (2) 60.0 R Simons 70/1 Q 222 9 24.25 Beanstalk (5) 60.0 C Murray 6/1 Q 225 10 24.75 Solid As A Rock (11) 57.0 F Herholdt 45/1 Q 223 11 27.00 Charter Quay (4) 60.0 J Greyling 40/1 Q 206 12 29.00 Winter Axe (12) 60.0 T Pretorius 35/1 Q 205 13 99.99 Singita Lebombo Time: 102.92s (64.33s avg/1000m, or 56km/h) SP Total %: 117% 1st T:C Lensley O:Mr St John D Gray B:Rosedene Stud

Race 3 (234)

Flamingo Park MR 72 Handicap

Q 230 1 0.00 Lady Casey (5) 52.0 5 ch m Announce - Madam Casey (Casey Tibbs) (10) 56.0 Q 231 2 5.75 Here We Are 6 b m Muhtafal - West Coast Way (Fort Wood) (9) 60.0 Q 224 3 8.00 Caribbean Bay 5 b m Mullins Bay - Speedy Guest (Northern Guest) (1) 59.0 Q 227 4 9.50 Dukes Idol (2) 57.5 Q 227 5 10.25 Razzle My Tazzle (6) 53.0 Q 179 6 11.00 Island In The Sun (8) 54.5 Q 227 7 11.25 Heart Flower (7) 57.0 D 751 8 12.50 Slick Deputy (3) 52.0 Q 189 9 17.00 Take Two Turns (4) 55.0 S 782 10 21.00 Boarding Call Time: 72.68s (60.57s avg/1000m, or 59km/h) 1st T:T Prinsloo O:Mr R R Harris B:J Marais

Race 9 (240)

Contact Jill Fox

1200m R63,000

K 527 1 0.00 Pixelate (15) 56.5 D Dillon 40/1 3 ch f Jay Peg - Cool Shadow (Fanatic Dane) (8) 55.5 G v Niekerk 10/1 K 511 2 0.05 Elusive Stars 4 b f Elusive Fort - Lingfield (Special Preview) (16) 59.0 G Wright 14/1 K 516 3 0.55 Captain’s Dove 4 b f Captain Al - Blushing Dove (Comic Blush) (14) 52.0 L Africa 75/1 K 503 4 0.75 Hilaria (9) 52.0 XG Carstens 25/1 K 511 5 1.15 Moonblanched K 515 6 1.65 Hanabi (3) 59.0 G Behr 11/2 (5) 57.5 C Orffer 16/10 K 498 7 1.85 Make It Raine (10) 56.0 M Byleveld 25/1 K 493 8 2.85 Secret Plan (7) 62.0 B Fayd’herbe 13/2 K 527 9 3.15 Jets-A-Blazing (13) 59.0 A Andrews 16/1 K 435 10 3.35 Pearl Oyster Bay K 515 11 3.40 Wafiqah (2) 56.5 B May 20/1 (11) 59.5 A Domeyer 25/1 K 516 12 3.45 Money Surger (12) 55.0 R Fourie 66/1 K 524 13 4.70 Garden Tea Party (6) 56.5 H vd Hoven 33/1 K 515 14 5.00 Cosmic Charm (1) 61.0 S Fortune 16/1 K 475 15 6.50 Indaba K 515 16 6.55 Queen At War (4) 56.5 C du Plooy 75/1 Time: 72.05s (60.04s avg/1000m, or 60km/h) SP Total %: 121% 1st T:SW Humby O:Messrs GR Almanza & R J Ward B:Hemel ‘n Aarde Stud

Race 8 (239)

Bred & Pre-trained

Kenilworth MR 70 Handicap

Race 6 (237)

Q 226 1 0.00 Trade Emblem (6) 55.0 C Zackey 13/2 6 b g National Emblem - Winter Conquest (Western Winter) (10) 58.0 R Munger 4/1 Q 224 2 2.50 Rich Approval 3 b g Miesque’s Approval - Really Rich (ONLY A POUND) (5) 53.0 C Ngcobo 11/2 Q 226 3 6.00 Kalidar 5 b g Kahal - Lydara(USA) (Alydar) (3) 55.0 F Herholdt 16/1 Q 224 4 6.50 Autumn Encore (7) 58.0 M v Rensburg 2/1 Q 226 5 7.50 Al Kateece (1) 52.0 JP vd Merwe 8/1 Q 207 6 9.00 Winning Edge (2) 56.5 G Wrogemann 16/1 Q 209 7 13.00 Rock Country (9) 52.0 J Penny 75/1 Q 210 8 15.00 Proud As Punch (4) 52.0 M Thackeray 75/1 Q 203 9 19.00 Rio Azul (8) 61.5 C Murray 6/1 D 311 10 99.99 Salesman Time: 87.35s (62.39s avg/1000m, or 58km/h) SP Total %: 122% 1st T:LJ Human O:Mr L J Human B:Klawervlei Stud

Race 8 MR 70 Handicap

Race 7 (558)

K 492 1 0.00 Winter Trade (8) 62.0 4 b g Western Winter - Welsh Pagan (Al Mufti) (1) 59.0 K 489 2 0.10 Zud Wes 3 b g Western Winter - Zaitoon (Count Dubois) (2) 57.0 K 510 2 0.10 Mr Jay 3 b g Jay Peg - Predictable (Fort Wood) (7) 54.5 K 494 4 2.60 Shepherds Purse (3) 61.0 L 454 5 2.90 Russian Speed (11) 61.0 K 350 6 3.10 Solar Night (10) 57.5 K 510 7 3.85 Valerio (6) 54.5 K 476 8 5.10 Lane Frost (5) 53.0 K 510 9 5.85 Little Mo (9) 55.0 L 127 10 6.05 Rush For Roses (4) 59.0 K 494 11 7.55 Astrapi Time: 72.2s (60.17s avg/1000m, or 60km/h) 1st T:DR Hodgson O:Mr H Adams B:Ascot Stud

Race 7 (238)

Scottsville 11th May

Going: good Flamingo Park Maiden Juvenile Plate

1600m R69,000

Q 231 1 0.00 Jay Boy (9) 59.5 J Penny 7/2 5 b g Jay Peg - Foveros Song (Foveros) (2) 52.0 M Thackeray 20/1 Q 229 2 3.25 Duchess Catherine 5 b m Solskjaer - Noma-India (Kahal) (7) 52.0 JP vd Merwe 20/1 Q 229 3 3.30 Maximo 6 h Whitechapel - Glamour Queen (Restructure) (4) 53.0 F Herholdt 25/1 Q 229 4 12.00 Top Command (6) 60.0 C Murray 1/1 Q 229 5 12.50 Sonny Bill (8) 57.0 R Munger 6/1 Q 229 6 18.00 Misty Power (5) 52.5 C Ngcobo 9/1 Q 228 7 26.00 Told You So (1) 52.0 N Patel 16/1 Q 153 8 99.99 Chisler (3) 53.5 T Pretorius 110/1 Q 228 9 99.99 Waterways Time: 154.23s (70.1s avg/1000m, or 51km/h) SP Total %: 117% 1st T:DA McKenzie O:Messrs S J D Mynhardt, D V Slabbert & A Solimene B:Erinvale Thoroughbred Inv

Race 4 Maiden Plate

Race 1 (232)

Flamingo Park Pinnacle Stakes

Q 228 1 0.00 Quid Rides (4) 60.0 C Murray 33/10 4 b g Modus Vivendi - Tickle My Fancy (Fort Wood) (3) 53.5 F Herholdt 12/1 Q 228 2 0.50 Kingofmountain 6 b g Ravishing - Queenofmountain(USA) (Dixieland Band) (5) 60.0 J Greyling 12/1 Q 228 3 1.00 Pontedera 5 ch g Judpot - Sashay (London News) (12) 58.5 JP vd Merwe 4/1 F 402 4 1.10 Jaguar (8) 60.0 M v Rensburg 12/1 Q 209 5 1.25 Devon Gold (11) 57.0 G Wrogemann 9/1 Q 188 6 2.25 Kent Rock (1) 57.0 R Munger 12/1 Q 224 7 2.75 Yesan Star (7) 55.5 M Thackeray 25/1 Q 209 8 5.50 Country Gent (9) 55.5 J Penny 33/10 Q 224 9 7.75 Masnoon (6) 57.0 C Zackey 16/1 Q 228 10 23.00 Jack Friday (2) 57.0 C Ngcobo 75/1 Q 123 11 28.00 Il Palio (10) 55.5 N Patel 66/1 Q 224 12 29.50 Jack Dan Time: 101.18s (63.24s avg/1000m, or 57km/h) SP Total %: 120% 1st T:T Prinsloo O:Mr R R Harris B:IR Heyns

1 0.00 A Womens Way (4) 60.0 B Lerena 11/2 2 b f Var - A Daughters Legacy (Windrush) 2 0.75 Anime (3) 60.0 S Veale 16/1 2 b f Count Dubois - Rei Rei (Doowaley) 3 1.00 Vine Street Star (8) 60.0 A Marcus 16/10 2 b f Trippi - Hollywoodboulevard(AUS) (Street Cry) 4 1.25 Tesla (5) 60.0 B Jacobson 75/1 5 2.25 Secretariat’s Girl (13) 60.0 M Byleveld 5/2 S 708 6 2.75 Northern Storm (11) 60.0 W Kennedy 11/2 S 708 7 5.00 Pound Sterling (2) 60.0 K De Melo 50/1 8 6.75 Hour Glass (9) 60.0 C Storey 50/1 D 773 9 7.00 She Done Good (12) 60.0 D De Gouveia 20/1 S 639 10 10.00 Himalayan Empress (1) 60.0 L Hewitson 40/1 11 11.75 Ticky Tin (7) 60.0 S Randolph 100/1 12 12.75 Intersection (6) 60.0 S Moodley 50/1 13 15.25 Ravarosa (10) 60.0 J Maphumulo 100/1 Time: 58.35s (58.35s avg/1000m, or 62km/h) SP Total %: 120% 1st T:DC Howells O:Messrs B le Roux & Tinus Gericke B:Avontuur Farm

Race 3 (807)

Scottsville Maiden Plate (F&M)

S 732 1 0.00 Cronological (7) 60.0 3 b f Mogok - Sincronizada(ARG) (Southern Halo) D 749 2 4.25 Lavender Bank (12) 60.0 3 b f Overlord - Blue Lavender (Personal Hope) D 741 3 5.25 Hello Mah (1) 60.0 3 b f Toreador - Mahanna(AUS) (Bellotto) D 677 4 5.75 Queen Chloe (9) 60.0 D 741 5 7.50 Roy’s Zaire (10) 60.0 6 8.50 Oriental Oak (2) 57.0 S 771 7 10.75 Gemsgalore (4) 60.0 D 722 8 12.25 Sugarplum Fairy (3) 60.0 9 12.50 Roy’s Pearl (5) 60.0 10 14.25 Royal Path (11) 60.0 D 791 11 17.25 Vietnam (8) 60.0 12 22.00 Isabelina (6) 60.0 Time: 57.75s (57.75s avg/1000m, or 62km/h) 1st T:G v Zyl O:Mr B D Burnard B:Scott Bros

Race 4 (808)

1000m R80,000

D Schwarz

6/1

A Marcus

5/2

W Kennedy

5/2

S Veale 45/1 L Hewitson 16/1 S Randolph 10/1 K De Melo 4/1 A Balloo 45/1 B Lerena 25/1 C Storey 40/1 C Habib 110/1 D De Gouveia 100/1 SP Total %: 119%

Scottsville MR 90 Handicap (F&M)

1000m R104,000

K 263 1 0.00 Rock On Baby (3) 58.5 S Veale 5/2 3 b f Seventh Rock - Cutty Sark (Fort Wood) S 734 2 0.25 Shezaleader (6) 57.0 A Forbes 10/1 4 b f Overlord - Lead That Tiger (Mogok) S 690 3 2.50 Clear Sailing (7) 60.0 A Delpech 15/4 5 ch m Argonaut - Clear Up (Goldkeeper) K 499 4 3.50 Night In Tahiti (5) 59.0 D Dillon 6/1 V 998 5 3.60 Perfumed Lady (2) 59.0 A Marcus 7/2 D 751 6 4.60 Regardstobroadway (1) 54.0 K De Melo 14/1 S 690 7 5.60 Faberge Style (8) 56.5 L Hewitson 14/1 S 690 8 5.65 Royal Pleasure (4) 59.5 S Randolph 14/1 Time: 56.9s (56.9s avg/1000m, or 63km/h) SP Total %: 115% 1st T:DR Drier O:Drakenstein Stud (Nom: Mrs G A Rupert) B:Drakenstein Stud

SIRE OF CHAMPIONS NAVARONE

1 win 1 place 4 runs

2 b f Var - GeePee S (Goldkeeper) WON at Kenilworth, 1000m, 10 May

A WOMENS WAY

DEBUT 2 b f Var - A Daughters Legacy (Windrush) WIN

WON at Scottsville, 1000m, 11 May

CHINA PEARL

1 win 3 places 4 runs

2 ch f Var - Forest Rainbow (Fort Wood) WON by 2.25L at Kenilworth, 1200m, 14 May

PERCIVAL

3 b g Var - L’Passionata(GB) (Pursuit Of Love) WON at Fairview, 1200m, 15 May & Placed . . .

COVARIANCE, MISS DECEMBER VAR stands at Avontuur Contact Pippa Mickleburgh 021 855 1442 or 083 658 4404 stud@avontuurestate.co.za

3 wins 1 place 6 runs


64

SPORTING POST • FRIDAY 20th - SUNDAY 22nd MAY 2016

LAST WEEK'S RESULTS

Race 4 (1040) Vaal MR 64 Handicap (F&M)

ESTATE BREEDERS OF

DEBUT A WOMENS WAY WIN 2 b f Var - A Daughters Legacy (Windrush) WON at Scottsville, 1000m, 11 May

4 wins 1 place 8 runs

BAQUEIRA 3 ch f Western Winter - Viva (National Assembly) WON at Kenilworth, 1200m, 14 May

6 wins 15 places 32 runs

TEVEZ

6 b g Caesour - Minelli (Elliodor) WON at Kenilworth, 1000m, 14 May

VAR & ORATORIO stand at Avontuur Contact Pippa Mickleburgh (021) 855 1442 or 083 658 4404 stud@avontuurestate.co.za Race 5 (809)

Scottsville Middle Stakes (Inside)

1400m R95,000

D 697 1 0.00 Never Settle (11) 60.0 A Delpech 33/10 3 b g Western Winter - Subyan Dreams(GB) (Spectrum) S 737 2 0.15 Poivre (3) 56.0 M Byleveld 10/1 6 ch g Silvano - Generous Embrace(GB) (Cadeaux Genereux) S 737 3 3.15 Hanji (4) 52.0 ES Ngwane 33/1 3 b g Admire Main - Civil Affair (Northern Guest) D 726 4 3.40 Bizjet (8) 58.0 C Storey 20/1 S 758 5 3.45 Pearl Emblem (6) 51.0 A Balloo 12/1 D 697 6 5.20 Master Of Mischief (10) 58.0 A Forbes 10/1 S 737 7 5.30 Blessed Release (1) 56.0 K De Melo 9/2 D 720 8 6.55 Lighting The Fire (5) 60.0 D De Gouveia 6/1 D 676 9 8.05 Reactive (2) 56.0 C Habib 20/1 D 697 10 9.05 Bagger Vance (7) 58.0 W Kennedy 4/1 S 710 11 12.30 Hip Hop Dancer (9) 58.0 S Randolph 14/1 Time: 84.8s (60.57s avg/1000m, or 59km/h) SP Total %: 121% 1st T:D Kannemeyer O:Khaya Stables (Pty) Ltd B:Varsfontein Stud

Race 6 (810)

Scottsville MR 70 Handicap (Inside)

1750m R68,000

D 671 1 0.00 Jay Again (14) 53.5 D De Gouveia 12/1 4 ch g Jay Peg - Marlagain (Man of Property) D 705 2 0.15 Pirogue (15) 54.5 B Jacobson 16/1 4 b g Mullins Bay - Fovesta (Foveros) S 684 3 2.65 Miss Tee (1) 57.0 C Habib 8/1 4 b f Windrush - French Bloom (Qui Danzig) S 711 4 4.40 Buck Shot (2) 57.5 K De Melo 5/1 S 736 5 4.65 Argyle Bay (10) 54.5 J Maphumulo 14/1 S 737 6 5.40 Big Bird (4) 52.0 A Balloo 45/1 S 714 7 6.65 Discourse (13) 58.0 A Forbes 16/1 S 714 8 6.80 Bermuda (3) 54.5 L Hewitson 10/1 S 714 9 6.95 Forestry Law (6) 52.0 C Storey 55/1 D 726 10 7.45 Royal Zulu Guard (7) 60.5 A Delpech 22/10 D 726 11 7.70 Dublin Rebel (9) 54.0 M Byleveld 22/1 D 777 12 9.95 Guy From Dubai (8) 59.5 B Nyawo 10/1 S 736 13 11.45 Trendy Guy (11) 52.5 W Kennedy 16/1 S 736 14 13.20 Dukes Drift (5) 52.5 ES Ngwane 40/1 S 788 15 13.25 Feels Like Heaven (12) 61.0 S Moodley 75/1 Time: 108.53s (62.02s avg/1000m, or 58km/h) SP Total %: 121% 1st T:PM Gadsby O:Messrs M J R Mauvis & R Eggers B:Klawervlei Stud

Race 7 (811)

Scottsville MR 80 Handicap (Inside)

D 671 1 0.00 Born To Rule (3) 52.0 6 gr g Jet Master - Joie De Grise(AUS) (Kenmare) S 737 2 1.50 Musuchelalomissus (2) 54.5 4 ch g Trippi - Southerly Wind (Miswaki) S 714 3 1.75 Forbidden Duel (5) 52.0 3 ch f Judpot - Supreme Duel (Royal Chalice) S 760 4 3.00 Qatar Springs (4) 65.0 S 714 5 3.15 Your Worship (1) 53.5 S 567 6 9.90 Battle Hammer (6) 52.0 S 644 7 54.90 Run Rhino Run (7) 62.0 Time: 154.59s (64.41s avg/1000m, or 56km/h) 1st T:A Nel O:Mrs S Plattner B:La Plaisance Stud

Race 8 (812)

2400m R82,000

S Moodley

14/1

A Forbes

14/1

C Storey

3/1

D De Gouveia 5/2 A Delpech 33/10 C Habib 20/1 B Jacobson 7/2 SP Total %: 117%

Scottsville Maiden Plate

VAAL Thursday 12 May Race 1 (1037) Vaal Juvenile Plate

Race 2 (1038) Vaal Juvenile Plate (Fillies)

1000m R100,000

L Hewitson

13/20

D Habib

18/10

C Maujean

20/1

JP vd Merwe 8/1 J Penny 40/1 SP Total %: 115%

1000m R90,000

V 940 1 0.00 Portelinha Waltz (7) 60.0 M v Rensburg 9/2 2 f Miesque’s Approval - Sabrine’s Choice(AUS) (Shamardal) (3) 60.0 J Mariba 4/1 V 992 2 1.10 Last Chirp 2 ch f Announce - Wise Wren (Argosy) (8) 57.0 C Murray 7/2 3 1.20 Sameeha 2 b f Western Winter - Blythe Spirit (Rakeen) (2) 57.0 R Danielson 33/10 V 940 4 1.60 Levi Lady (1) 57.0 JP vd Merwe 9/2 V 940 5 3.90 Fashion Blast (6) 57.0 C Maujean 50/1 V 1013 6 4.40 Three Kingdoms (4) 57.0 S Brown 16/1 V 940 7 6.20 Silver Castle (5) 57.0 R Munger 33/1 V 1012 8 8.20 Burgundy Rose (9) 57.0 C Zackey 66/1 T 871 9 30.00 Miyake Time: 57.72s (57.72s avg/1000m, or 62km/h) SP Total %: 114% 1st T:G v Zyl O:Mr M E Leaf B:ME Leaf

Race 3 (1039) Vaal Maiden Plate

1700m R90,000

T 974 1 0.00 Let It Rain (10) 60.0 Wes Marwing 5/2 3 b g Dynasty - Gardener’s Delight(USA) (Giant’s Causeway) (11) 60.0 A Fortune 7/1 V 946 2 1.50 Streetwear 3 ch g Visionaire - Buttonhole (Muhtafal) (9) 60.0 C Maujean 5/1 T 949 3 1.55 Elevenses 4 b g Trippi - Sloe Gin(GB) (A P Indy) (4) 60.0 S Khumalo 5/1 V 945 4 2.85 Caracal (5) 60.0 G Wrogemann 33/1 T 974 5 4.85 Dragon’s Den (6) 60.0 M v Rensburg 7/2 V 945 6 6.05 Together Forever (2) 60.0 C Zackey 11/1 V 968 7 6.45 Go Fly A Kite (1) 60.0 D Habib 25/1 V 993 8 9.00 Super Sonic (7) 60.0 C Murray 40/1 V 994 9 12.00 Duke Of Edinburgh (8) 60.0 S Chambers 110/1 V 930 10 13.00 Tsumeb Tsotsi (3) 60.0 R Simons 45/1 V 986 11 14.50 Fort Ross Time: 104.01s (61.18s avg/1000m, or 59km/h) SP Total %: 117% 1st T:WH Marwing O:H Adams, D Chinsammy & Mrs T Chinsammy B:Highlands

Race 2 (814)

Race 6 (1042) Vaal MR 84 Handicap (F&M)

Q 196 1 0.00 You Beauty (6) 53.0 5 b m Carpocrates - Flying Affair (Allied Flag) (7) 57.5 T 982 2 1.20 Miss December 4 ch f Var - Bushgirl (Huntingdale) (2) 56.0 T 951 3 1.25 Winter Al 4 b f Captain Al - Winter Parade (Western Winter) (5) 60.0 T 858 4 2.50 Cataluga (1) 55.5 T 1034 5 2.80 Captain’s Diva (3) 53.0 V 937 6 4.10 Movie Show (4) 60.5 S 690 7 6.60 Sweet Painted Lady Time: 56.82s (56.82s avg/1000m, or 63km/h) 1st T:T Prinsloo O:Mr Sean Pillay B:Clifton Stud

Race 7 (1043) Vaal MR 68 Handicap

1000m R106,000

C Maujean

R Danielson R Simons

7/1

G Wrogemann 9/2 J Penny 20/1 C Murray 3/1 C Zackey 7/1 SP Total %: 115%

1000m R75,000

T 636 1 0.00 Rebel Renegade (6) 59.0 R Simons 25/1 3 b g Rebel King - Seminole (Captain Al) (9) 58.0 R Danielson 6/1 V 997 2 0.25 Led Zeppelin 3 ch g Noordhoek Flyer - Fire Tread (All Fired Up) (1) 52.5 JP vd Merwe 11/2 V 997 3 1.35 Shannon’s Boy 5 b g Dupont - Thistle (Centenary) (12) 53.5 C Maujean 10/1 V 1025 4 1.75 Blazing Brave (10) 59.5 S Brown 12/1 V 997 5 1.80 Dream Leader (5) 57.0 S Khumalo 9/2 V 997 6 1.90 Dragoon (4) 60.5 L Hewitson 4/1 V 983 7 2.15 In The Loop (8) 52.0 J Mariba 33/1 T 962 8 2.40 Lady On Fire (11) 52.5 R Munger 20/1 V 918 9 3.20 Maji Moto (7) 52.0 C Murray 66/1 V 1025 10 4.30 Excalivar (2) 56.5 C Zackey 11/2 V 997 11 4.60 Salute The Sun (3) 52.0 M Mjoka 12/1 Q 179 12 5.10 Ballerini Time: 57.39s (57.39s avg/1000m, or 63km/h) SP Total %: 121% 1st T:RR Magner O:Messrs M S Cruickshank & F I Konig B:Gary Player Stud

Race 8 (1044) Vaal MR 72 Handicap

2400m R82,000

T 929 1 0.00 Odd Rob (2) 57.0 M v Rensburg 15/2 4 b g Mambo In Seattle - National Value (National Assembly) (5) 55.0 Wes Marwing 50/1 V 830 2 0.50 Aszkaban 4 b g Mogok - Apple Valley (Val des Bois) (14) 61.5 A Fortune 16/1 T 903 3 0.60 Rocky Stallone 6 b g Eyeofthetiger - Silk Wind (Al Mufti) (1) 54.0 S Khumalo 10/1 T 979 4 1.30 Taegan’s Jet (4) 59.5 C Zackey 40/1 Q 229 5 2.10 Bolt Of Light (11) 57.5 L Hewitson 25/1 T 979 6 3.40 Pyramus (8) 56.5 JP vd Merwe 10/1 V 865 7 4.80 Streak (6) 59.0 C Maujean 1/1 T 979 8 6.00 Detonation (10) 55.5 R Munger 25/1 T 903 9 6.10 Savethelastdance (12) 60.5 S Brown 16/1 V 1026 10 8.00 Star Point (3) 55.5 J Mariba 40/1 T 980 11 13.00 Rain Shadow (7) 53.0 J Penny 25/1 V 864 12 16.75 Scare Tactics (13) 55.0 N Patel 8/1 Q 228 13 24.75 Lebeoana (9) 58.0 C Murray 50/1 D 726 14 31.25 Nero Time: 148.34s (61.81s avg/1000m, or 58km/h) SP Total %: 123% 1st T:G v Zyl O:Mrs M Jeffery & Mr S P Jeffery B:Bosworth Farm Stud

FAIRVIEW Friday 13 May

Race 1 (479)

Going: good Fairview 1200m Maiden Juvenile Plate (Fillies)(Polytrack) R62,000

F 441 1 0.00 Hurricane Shelley (5) 60.0 A Fortune 16/10 2 ch f Argonaut - Tanzania(SNL) (Black Sam Bellamy) (1) 60.0 S Khumalo 2/1 F 451 2 2.75 Ashwal 2 b f Ashaawes - Waltzing Time (Anytime) (4) 60.0 JP vd Merwe 7/2 F 469 3 3.25 Killala 2 b f Dan De Lago - Ballina (Cordoba) (3) 60.0 C Zackey 8/1 F 453 4 5.75 Petite Choux (6) 60.0 X Ndlovu 12/1 F 469 5 5.80 Marcelle (8) 60.0 T Gould 40/1 F 441 6 11.55 Oochee Arrow (2) 60.0 C Murray 55/1 F 461 7 15.80 Dame Gitano (7) 60.0 S Naidoo 100/1 F 406 8 17.80 Saghira Time: 70.39s (58.66s avg/1000m, or 61km/h) SP Total %: 118% 1st T:AC Greeff O:Messrs C G & L F Scribante B:Piemonte Stud

Fairview Maiden Plate (F&M)(Polytrack)

1000m R62,000

F 424 1 0.00 Fiesty Fiesta (4) 60.0 JP vd Merwe 5/2 3 b f Toreador - Courteous Guest (Salaadim) (7) 57.0 C Zackey 4/1 1 0.00 Lady Willow 2 ch f Kahal - Romantic Drama (Model Man) (5) 60.0 R Munger 12/1 F 373 3 5.00 Vintage Wine 3 ch f Express Way - Fine Year (Centenary) (3) 60.0 A Fortune 9/2 F 453 4 7.25 Nancy’s Desire (2) 60.0 X Ndlovu 16/1 F 452 5 8.50 Shockwave (1) 60.0 L Mxothwa 8/1 F 433 6 10.25 Stunning Angel (6) 60.0 C Murray 3/1 F 380 7 11.50 Nakuru Time: 57.74s (57.74s avg/1000m, or 62km/h) SP Total %: 116% 1st T:GD Smith O:Messrs L G Adams, T Castelein,W H Jacobs & G D Smith B:GM Walker

Race 3 (481)

Fairview Maiden Plate (Polytrack)

F 432 1 0.00 King Of The North (3) 60.0 3 b g Dynasty - Snow Angel (Western Winter) (1) 57.0 F 432 2 1.50 Lordofthegooglie 2 b c Curved Ball - Ruby Cartel (Mogok) (7) 57.0 F 460 3 2.75 Soviet Cosmonaut 2 b c Jay Peg - Cosmosniks (Wolfhound) (5) 57.0 F 340 4 3.50 Chestnut Troop (4) 57.0 F 451 5 4.25 Fire House (8) 60.0 F 460 6 4.75 Lego House (2) 60.0 F 471 7 7.25 Billy’s Magic (6) 57.0 F 440 8 7.75 Mogulinnthemaking Time: 57.42s (57.42s avg/1000m, or 63km/h) 1st T:JVA Strydom O:Mr J V A Strydom B:Highlands

Race 4 (482)

Fairview Maiden Plate (F&M)(Polytrack)

F 460 1 0.00 Sherry (1) 60.0 3 b f Silvano - Centrespread (Model Man) (10) 60.0 F 442 2 2.00 Aspen Fire 3 ch f Go Deputy - Forty Fires (Western Winter) (3) 60.0 T 957 3 2.05 Storyfields 3 ch f Atso - Story Time (Modus Vivendi) (6) 60.0 F 442 4 3.80 Sadler’s Lass (12) 60.0 F 461 5 5.05 Queen Of Thrones (11) 60.0 F 461 6 5.80 Italian Miss (4) 60.0 F 461 7 5.90 Selfpropelled (5) 60.0 F 453 8 6.40 Big Rich (7) 60.0 F 461 9 7.15 Red Velvet Lounge (9) 60.0 F 460 10 7.20 Glam I Am (8) 60.0 F 380 11 9.95 Love To Dance (2) 57.0 T 948 12 10.20 Fatal Attraction Time: 76.26s (58.66s avg/1000m, or 61km/h) 1st T:Y Bremner O:Mr I Levitan B:Eenfontein Stud

Race 3 (815)

1000m R62,000

W Agrella

Kingmambo - Weekend In Seattle (Seattle Slew)

33/10

R Munger

6/1

C Zackey

33/10

S Khathi 25/1 S Khumalo 5/1 JP vd Merwe 5/2 S Naidoo 40/1 T Gould 16/1 SP Total %: 118%

4 b g Mambo In Seattle - National Value (National Assembly) WON at Vaal 2400m, 12 May

S Khumalo

33/10 33/10

C Zackey

14/1

R Danielson 7/2 S Khathi 16/1 JP vd Merwe 8/1 F Herholdt 25/1 R Munger 100/1 A Fortune 8/1 E Webber 40/1 L Mxothwa 55/1 C Murray 25/1 SP Total %: 116%

1 win 3 places 9 runs

LINGERIE

3 b f Mambo In Seattle - Alinga(AUS) (Rock of Gibraltar) 3rd at Flamingo Park 1600m, 9 May

ROCK HARD

2 places 4 runs

3 b g Mambo In Seattle - Farah (Al Mufti) 3rd at Scottsville 1200m, 11 May

1600m R80,000

Greyville MR 76 Handicap (F&M)(Polytrack)

1600m R82,000

Greyville MR 74 Handicap (Polytrack)

1600m R75,000

Greyville Graduation Plate (Polytrack)

1800m R85,000

Dr Bennie van der Merwe Cell: 083 460 4066 namaquas@intekom.co.za Race 5 (483)

Fairview MR 84 Handicap (Polytrack)

Greyville MR 82 Handicap (Polytrack)

1000m R87,000

Greyville Maiden Plate (F&M)(Polytrack)

1200m R80,000

Fairview MR 71 Handicap (Polytrack)

1300m R62,000

V 996 1 0.00 Atso Time (1) 58.0 C Zackey 4/1 4 ch g Atso - Story Time (Modus Vivendi) 20/1 F 478 2 1.25 Dance In The Woods (6) 52.0 R Munger 4 ch f Elusive Fort - Assembly Dancer (National Assembly) (2) 55.0 R Danielson 4/1 F 443 3 2.50 The Stones 4 b g Dynasty - Start Me Up (Jet Master) (7) 58.5 X Ndlovu 4/1 F 335 4 4.25 Trouble Maker (4) 58.5 JP vd Merwe 16/1 F 464 5 4.75 Flying Fellow (3) 52.0 S Khumalo 8/1 F 430 6 4.85 Evening Storm (10) 60.0 L Mxothwa 15/1 F 409 7 4.90 Judd’s Joy (15) 58.0 T Gould 50/1 F 325 8 4.95 Placido (11) 56.0 B Vlooh 33/1 F 473 9 6.20 Capstone Von Kluh (14) 59.0 A Fortune 12/1 F 376 10 6.30 Struben (12) 55.0 C Murray 16/1 F 473 11 7.30 Paulus (8) 53.0 C Thabana 50/1 F 412 12 8.55 Antagonist (5) 53.0 F Herholdt 25/1 F 434 13 9.30 Lake Of Light (9) 58.5 S Naidoo 33/1 F 449 14 12.55 Le Var (13) 52.0 E Webber 66/1 F 404 15 15.80 Runaway Time Time: 74.78s (57.52s avg/1000m, or 63km/h) SP Total %: 117% 1st T:C Spies O:Messrs F N Englezakis, D Fleischman & T Spies B:A Aldous

Race 7 (485) Fairview East Cape Poly Challenge 1600 (NBT)(Polytrack)

1600m R100,000

F 339 1 0.00 Jet Explorer (3) 62.0 S Khumalo 7/1 7 b g Jet Master - Polar Star (Icelander) (1) 59.5 A Fortune 8/1 F 438 2 0.25 Ochoncar 4 b g Captain Al - Grace Me Guide (Western Winter) (8) 62.0 JP vd Merwe 15/20 F 438 3 0.50 Gogetthesheriff 5 ch g Go Deputy - Trojan Belle (Centenary) (5) 56.5 S Khathi 33/1 F 427 4 0.75 Zoo Biscuit (9) 56.5 C Zackey 10/1 F 438 5 2.00 Cruzcampo (7) 58.0 C Murray 8/1 K 397 6 2.50 Masterly (2) 61.0 X Ndlovu 20/1 F 447 7 3.25 Russian Mig (4) 58.0 F Herholdt 16/1 F 419 8 4.50 King Of Indians (6) 52.0 S Naidoo 50/1 F 421 9 5.00 Shine Like A Star (10) 56.5 L Mxothwa 40/1 F 436 10 6.25 Chili Chocolate Time: 94.97s (59.36s avg/1000m, or 61km/h) SP Total %: 119% 1st T:J Snaith O:Mrs P J & Mr H C Devine B:PJ Devine

Race 8 (486)

Fairview MR 60 Handicap (F&M)(Polytrack)

F 431 1 0.00 Night Dancer (10) 53.0 5 ch m Horse Chestnut - Vague(ZIM) (Kitalpha) (4) 58.0 F 431 2 1.25 Oyster Nut 4 ch f Dupont - Dream Lodge(IRE) (Grand Lodge) (2) 55.5 F 431 3 1.75 Shamal 5 ch m A P Arrow - Mafaatin (Fahal) (3) 55.5 F 431 4 2.25 Carole Bouquet (5) 55.0 F 467 5 3.00 Gift Of Gold (11) 57.5 F 404 6 3.10 Sunrise In Africa (7) 59.0 F 442 6 3.10 Invisible Juice (12) 59.0 F 468 8 4.60 Unconditional (8) 54.0 F 437 9 4.70 Blue Bay Doll (1) 54.5 F 437 10 5.70 Powertrip (13) 58.5 F 444 11 8.95 Rose And Crown (9) 60.0 F 437 12 9.05 My Celebration (6) 52.5 F 431 13 11.55 Revealed (14) 52.5 F 468 14 12.30 Refrain Time: 95.61s (59.76s avg/1000m, or 60km/h) 1st T:GD Smith O:Mr Hansie Graaff B:GJ Armitage

1600m R62,000

K Ramsamy

20/1

R Danielson

25/1

F Herholdt

2/1

C Murray 8/1 S Devoy 33/1 S Khumalo 11/2 C Zackey 14/1 A Fortune 6/1 L Mxothwa 20/1 S Naidoo 14/1 JP vd Merwe 14/1 B Claassen 10/1 X Ndlovu 50/1 R Munger 40/1 SP Total %: 124%

GREYVILLE Friday 13 May

Race 1 (813)

Race 4 (816)

D 774 1 0.00 Lonely Arethebrave (5) 60.0 L Hewitson 5/2 4 ch g Jet Master - Skin Tight (Winter Romance) (1) 59.5 A Delpech 18/10 D 605 2 0.50 Desert Fighter 3 b g Toreador - Sahara (Mogok) (8) 60.5 B Fayd’herbe 7/1 D 752 3 2.00 Tipo Tinto 7 ch g Hussonet - Silk Veil(AUS) (Danehill) (4) 53.5 W Kennedy 25/1 D 777 4 2.10 Putchini (2) 62.0 D De Gouveia 13/2 D 746 5 2.15 Oh Boy (3) 55.5 K De Melo 13/2 D 726 6 2.20 Caprivi (6) 55.5 A Forbes 20/1 D 726 7 2.95 Phoebus (10) 55.5 M Byleveld 40/1 D 752 8 4.20 Lokshina (7) 52.0 A Balloo 100/1 D 720 9 7.70 Pax Aeterna (9) 54.0 ES Ngwane 50/1 D 674 10 7.75 Mr Royal Time: 95.87s (59.92s avg/1000m, or 60km/h) SP Total %: 117% 1st T:SG Tarry O:Messrs CJH van Niekerk & MJ Jooste B:Klawervlei Stud

Race 5 (817)

Race 6 (818) 1300m R76,000

F 409 1 0.00 Captains Slipper (3) 54.0 C Murray 11/2 5 b h Captain Al - Giant’s Slipper(AUS) (Giant’s Causeway) (2) 56.0 S Khumalo 33/10 F 449 2 0.75 Cardinal 5 b g Trippi - Counter Foil (Elliodor) (4) 60.0 C Zackey 7/2 F 447 3 2.25 Velvet Verona 5 b g National Assembly - Grand Velvet Bay(USA) (Grand Slam) (5) 57.5 R Danielson 8/1 F 385 4 2.35 Rebel House (8) 59.5 A Fortune 20/1 F 385 5 3.10 Land Of Meadows (7) 56.5 S Naidoo 8/1 F 403 6 4.60 Fashion Scout (9) 56.5 JP vd Merwe 12/1 F 438 7 6.10 Frederick Fox (6) 57.5 L Mxothwa 14/1 L 454 8 7.35 River God (10) 57.0 R Munger 25/1 F 419 9 7.45 Crescendo (11) 57.5 X Ndlovu 33/1 F 285 10 11.45 Strong Man Sam (1) 55.0 F Herholdt 8/1 F 464 11 14.45 Kono Time: 74.31s (57.16s avg/1000m, or 63km/h) SP Total %: 120% 1st T:T Laing O:Mrs I Jooste & Mr M J Jooste B:Klawervlei Stud

Race 6 (484)

D 745 1 0.00 Mayfair (2) 58.5 A Delpech 11/2 3 b f Black Minnaloushe - Monopoly (National Assembly) (8) 53.0 K De Melo 25/1 D 630 2 1.50 Dance City Queen 3 b f Commands - Citirecruit(AUS) (Citidancer) (1) 58.0 A Marcus 16/10 D 725 3 1.75 Ruler Of The Sky 3 b f Judpot - Darishka(USA) (Darshaan) (3) 62.5 D Dillon 5/2 K 527 4 3.00 Grey Light (10) 60.5 W Kennedy 16/1 S 762 5 3.75 Mark My Card (4) 60.5 D De Gouveia 8/1 D 753 6 5.25 Lady Ming (6) 52.0 A Balloo 75/1 D 775 7 5.50 Silver Inspiration K 493 8 6.50 Stockade (7) 56.5 S Randolph 33/1 (5) 52.0 L Hewitson 11/2 D 775 9 8.50 Wandie’s (9) 52.5 C Storey 110/1 D 433 10 10.25 Sweet Orange Time: 96.58s (60.36s avg/1000m, or 60km/h) SP Total %: 124% 1st T:D Campbell O:Mr C M Zoghby & Mrs T F Zoghby, Douglas Campbell & D J Hawkins B:Maine Chance

T 902 1 0.00 Liege (7) 60.0 A Delpech 7/10 3 b c Dynasty - Lyrical Linda (Jallad) (5) 57.0 D Dillon 40/1 S 713 2 1.75 Wealthy 3 b g Silvano - Wealth (Badger Land) D 697 3 3.50 What A Poet (2) 56.5 A Marcus 7/2 3 b c Dylan Thomas - La Marama(AUS) (Luskin Star) (4) 57.0 S Randolph 40/1 D 723 4 5.00 Banner Hill (1) 60.0 M Byleveld 10/1 D 696 5 6.50 Rosslyn Chapel (6) 57.0 W Kennedy 25/1 D 744 6 7.25 Jama (3) 60.0 K De Melo 4/1 D 744 7 9.50 Ole Gunnar Time: 109.86s (61.03s avg/1000m, or 59km/h) SP Total %: 119% 1st T:SG Tarry O:Messrs CJH van Niekerk & M J Jooste B:Maine Chance

Mambo In Seattle stands at

1300m R62,000

W Agrella

3 wins 5 places 9 runs

ODD ROB

8/1

22/10

Greyville Maiden Juvenile Plate (Polytrack)

S 730 1 0.00 Step Up (2) 60.0 M Byleveld 7/10 2 b c Horse Chestnut - Spring Ahead (Joshua Dancer) (6) 60.0 A Delpech 5/2 D 740 2 3.00 Highway Eightyfive 2 b g Kahal - Reigning Queen (King of Kings) (1) 60.0 L Hewitson 20/1 D 789 3 8.25 Roy’s Yevahn 2 ch c Bezrin - Irresistible (National Emblem) (5) 60.0 A Marcus 9/2 D 740 4 8.40 Uncle JB (7) 60.0 B Fayd’herbe 55/1 S 730 5 12.65 Beachmaster (3) 60.0 C Storey 110/1 S 730 6 14.90 Sailor Malan (4) 60.0 W Kennedy 55/1 S 661 7 33.40 Ogilvy Time: 97.15s (60.72s avg/1000m, or 59km/h) SP Total %: 115% 1st T:VH Marshall O:VH Marshall & SH Marshall & Ms J H Jones B:Maine Chance

1700m R82,000

T 929 1 0.00 Silver Peg (7) 57.0 A Fortune 6/1 4 ch g Jay Peg - Silver Ribbon (Silvano) (2) 52.5 J Mariba 12/1 V 1027 2 1.20 Leigh Woods 3 b g Fort Wood - Ireland(BRZ) (Mark of Esteem) (1) 56.5 C Zackey 8/1 V 972 3 1.50 Kanonkop 3 ch g Kahal - Al Vino (Al Mufti) (6) 60.0 S Khumalo 8/1 V 990 4 1.70 Tom Fool (10) 56.5 JP vd Merwe 12/1 V 1027 5 2.00 Roving Jet (8) 52.5 M Mjoka 20/1 T 980 6 3.10 Rumbling Lion (4) 57.0 C Maujean 9/2 V 942 7 3.15 Shepherds Warning (9) 58.0 R Simons 11/2 T 980 8 3.35 Hermoso Mundo (3) 59.0 L Hewitson 4/1 V 1027 9 4.25 Woza Madoda (5) 53.5 C Murray 12/1 V 1027 10 4.75 Mr Balboa Time: 104.5s (61.47s avg/1000m, or 59km/h) SP Total %: 118% 1st T:GM Alexander O:Messrs P Govender, Mark Khan, K E Michael & G P Sadie B:Hemel ‘n Aarde Stud

Race 2 (480)

Going: good

V 939 1 0.00 British Royale (1) 57.0 2 b c Great Britain - Cane Martini (Rich Man’s Gold) (2) 60.0 V 991 2 0.80 Sporting Monarch 2 ch c Rebel King - Sporteska (Sportsworld) (5) 54.5 V 1011 3 12.10 Quintessa 2 b f Sail From Seattle - Quatrain (Al Mufti) (3) 57.0 T 870 4 13.50 Miesque’s Rumba (4) 54.5 V 940 5 15.50 Blue Lace Time: 56.88s (56.88s avg/1000m, or 63km/h) 1st T:JJ v Vuuren O:Mr I Levitan B:RT Knight

Race 5 (1041) Vaal MR 71 Handicap

1200m R80,000

D 792 1 0.00 Nuntius (8) 60.0 A Marcus 18/10 3 b g Western Winter - Blue Swift(AUS) (Redoute’s Choice) S 685 2 4.25 Straw Man (3) 60.0 D Dillon 12/1 4 b g Icelander - Carina (Bushmanland) D 601 3 4.50 Rock Hard (2) 60.0 K De Melo 8/1 3 b g Mambo In Seattle - Farah (Al Mufti) 4 5.75 Captain At Sea (9) 57.0 W Kennedy 7/1 S 707 5 5.90 Whitelightwarrior (4) 57.0 S Randolph 10/1 S 641 6 8.65 Masteromydreams (7) 60.0 A Balloo 8/1 S 208 7 9.15 Vested Interest (10) 60.0 J Maphumulo 66/1 8 9.65 Roy’s Just Kidding (5) 57.0 B Jacobson 33/1 S 756 9 11.65 Starsky (1) 57.0 L Hewitson 33/10 S 770 10 11.90 Stormatic (12) 60.0 B Lerena 20/1 S 770 11 12.00 Long Tom Pass (11) 60.0 B Nyawo 55/1 S 756 12 12.05 Gold Dash (6) 57.0 C Habib 100/1 Time: 70.72s (58.93s avg/1000m, or 61km/h) SP Total %: 122% 1st T:CS Laird O:Mrs I Jooste & Mr M J Jooste B:Klawervlei Stud

1700m R75,000

T 961 1 0.00 Elusive Spirit (9) 60.5 L Hewitson 8/1 5 b m Caesour - Esprit (Fort Wood) (5) 56.0 C Maujean 5/2 T 910 2 1.00 Bright Bronte 5 b m Antonius Pius - Balinese Dancer(USA) (Red Ransom) (2) 60.5 JP vd Merwe 6/1 V 934 3 1.40 Parisienne Chic 3 b f Bankable - Champs Elysees (Victory Moon) (6) 61.0 A Fortune 28/10 T 961 4 1.70 Matsuri (7) 60.0 R Danielson 10/1 T 964 5 3.10 River Empress (1) 57.0 R Munger 33/1 T 959 6 3.60 Secret Angel (4) 52.0 N Patel 100/1 T 764 7 4.80 Soft Sand (10) 54.0 M v Rensburg 12/1 T 928 8 5.10 Chalcedony (11) 53.0 J Penny 25/1 T 824 9 10.10 Catch A Thief (12) 55.0 C Zackey 25/1 T 928 10 11.35 River Run (3) 52.0 J Mariba 25/1 T 1033 11 11.75 Leah’s Little Luv (8) 55.5 C Murray 75/1 V 989 12 12.50 Shankly Gates Time: 105.86s (62.27s avg/1000m, or 58km/h) SP Total %: 114% 1st T:SG Tarry O:Mr C J H Van Niekerk B:Nutfield Stud

Going: good Greyville 1600m Maiden Juvenile Plate (Fillies)(Polytrack) R80,000

D 739 1 0.00 Eden Gardens Glitz (3) 60.0 A Marcus 18/10 2 b f Seventh Rock - First Storm (Hard Up) (6) 60.0 L Hewitson 40/1 S 757 2 2.25 Queen Diva 2 b f King Of Kings - Delightfull Diva (The Sheik) (4) 60.0 B Fayd’herbe 16/10 S 757 3 2.30 Black Hall Bar 2 ch f Gitano Hernando - Sweet Suzy(GB) (Gone West) (2) 60.0 A Delpech 28/10 S 731 4 2.55 Royal Rose (1) 60.0 M Byleveld 10/1 D 739 5 6.30 Bandola (5) 60.0 S Randolph 100/1 S 757 6 8.55 Dress For Success Time: 98.57s (61.61s avg/1000m, or 58km/h) SP Total %: 113% 1st T:D Campbell O:Mr & Mrs E C Yarnell, Messrs Douglas Campbell, B A Middleton, B I Rajhununan, B J Sahd, L P Yarnell & Dr D D Vather B:Waterford Stud

D 728 1 0.00 Big King (2) 60.5 A Marcus 28/10 4 ch g Rebel King - Big Dipper (Claude Monet) (6) 57.0 L Hewitson 4/1 D 652 2 1.00 Sister Cosmos 3 ch f Visionaire - The Convent (National Emblem) (4) 58.5 D Dillon 7/1 D 728 3 1.75 Fire The Rocket 5 b h Kildonan - National feature (National Assembly) (8) 61.0 M Byleveld 15/4 S 665 4 2.50 Zinnavar (10) 56.0 D De Gouveia 8/1 V 831 5 3.00 Patty Cake (9) 57.0 W Kennedy 33/1 D 648 6 3.50 Ice Run 7 3.75 Variable Pitch (3) 52.5 ES Ngwane 7/1 D 678 (1) 56.0 K De Melo 12/1 D 679 8 3.80 Elephant Matriarch (7) 54.5 A Forbes 20/1 D 751 9 5.05 Kept Secret (5) 55.5 C Storey 35/1 D 547 10 5.30 Burrwood Time: 57.84s (57.84s avg/1000m, or 62km/h) SP Total %: 122% 1st T:CS Laird O:The Fire Racing Trust (Nom: Mr Alesh Naidoo) B:DGM Southey

Race 7 (819)

S 781 1 0.00 Fashion Fusion (10) 60.0 A Forbes 16/1 4 b f Atso - Model Fever (Mogok) (3) 60.0 B Fayd’herbe 4/1 D 630 2 0.05 Honeysuckle Rose 3 b f Mogok - Sweet As Nectar (Sapieha) (4) 57.0 A Marcus 33/10 T 948 3 2.30 Pep Squad 2 b f Brave Tin Soldier - Nadira(IRE) (Nashwan) (1) 60.0 L Hewitson 8/1 D 657 4 2.35 Illusionation (5) 60.0 C Storey 10/1 D 241 5 2.50 Miss Parker (8) 60.0 D Dillon 6/1 D 741 6 8.50 Burnburry (6) 60.0 W Kennedy 20/1 D 749 7 8.75 Classy Chic (9) 60.0 S Cele 12/1 D 749 8 9.50 Le Monde (2) 57.0 M Byleveld 33/10 9 17.00 Sweet Pleasures (7) 60.0 K De Melo 16/1 D 748 10 18.75 Roy’s Emerald Time: 71.26s (59.38s avg/1000m, or 61km/h) SP Total %: 125% 1st T:L Denysschen O:Messrs G P Denysschen & M B Lyle, G C Cornwall, L G Denysschen & G Murray B:Scott Bros

TURFFONTEIN Saturday 14 May

Going: soft Race 1 (1045) Turffontein Work Riders Maiden Plate

1000m R90,000

Race 2 (1046) Turffontein Work Riders Maiden Plate

1160m R90,000

Race 3 (1047) Turffontein Work Riders Maiden Plate

1400m R90,000

V 983 1 0.00 Hever Castle (7) 60.0 S Mosia 2/1 3 ch g Visionaire - Treasure (Coastal) (11) 54.5 T Moagi 11/2 T 762 2 1.30 Freely Forever 2 b f Fort Wood - Falana (Announce) (1) 57.0 C Mabaya 10/1 V 1019 3 3.00 Thewaywemakem 2 ch g Modus Vivendi - First Waltz (Announce) (2) 57.5 M Duba 9/1 V 983 4 10.75 Starina (6) 60.0 A Muzanenhamo 70/1 V 930 5 12.25 Henry The Eleventh (4) 60.0 D Mazule 25/1 V 945 6 12.65 Red Dragon (5) 60.0 F Semela 5/2 V 983 7 12.95 Time To Be Great (10) 57.5 J Gwingwizha 25/1 V 1021 8 13.35 Queen’s Circus (8) 60.0 A !Sithole 33/1 Q 148 9 13.95 Daring Dream (3) 57.5 M Mhlongo 14/1 V 983 10 14.45 Queen Of Turf (9) 57.5 T Matsoele 50/1 V 969 11 15.25 Lovers Answer Time: 57.83s (57.83s avg/1000m, or 62km/h) SP Total %: 117% 1st T:CE Erasmus O:Red Jack Trading (Pty) Ltd B:Summerhill Stud

V 967 1 0.00 Cry Ofthe Toreador (1) 60.0 S Mosia 9/2 3 b g Toreador - Julliard (Jallad) (7) 60.0 J Gwingwizha 25/1 T 1036 2 3.25 Man The Fort 3 ch g Horse Chestnut - Chamber Secret (Model Man) (10) 60.0 B Mundlovu 5/1 V 986 3 4.00 Just a Gigolo 3 ch g Lundy’s Liability - Dance All Night (Rambo Dancer) (11) 60.0 C T Ndlovu 40/1 T 889 4 5.10 Ashkenazi (8) 60.0 D Mazule 25/1 V 993 5 8.70 Calapan (13) 60.0 T Matsoele 20/1 6 9.10 Warm Regards (6) 60.0 G Dabamasi 8/1 T 958 7 11.40 August Duke 20/1 V 1022 8 11.90 NewYorkStateOfMind (4) 60.0 V Sithetho (14) 60.0 I Lukhele 25/1 V 983 9 13.50 King Of Cloth (12) 60.0 F Semela 6/1 T 1036 10 13.90 Devious Xandre (5) 60.0 C Mabaya 22/10 V 993 11 15.40 Blue Diamond Road (9) 60.0 M Duba 66/1 V 993 12 15.50 Norman’s Way (2) 60.0 S Ngcayechibi 75/1 V 671 13 18.10 British Anthem (3) 60.0 S Eighteen 110/1 T 694 14 18.35 Jahunda Time: 69.16s (59.62s avg/1000m, or 60km/h) SP Total %: 119% 1st T:CE Erasmus O:Red Jack Trading (Pty) Ltd B:The Alchemy

V 1022 1 0.00 Arpad (7) 60.0 S Mosia 33/10 3 b g Indigo Magic - Happy Harriet (National Assembly) (12) 60.0 T Matsoele 16/1 T 925 2 0.30 Fangia 3 b g Overlord - Alpha Carina(NZ) (Carnegie) (2) 60.0 I Lukhele 12/1 V 986 3 0.35 Aquabuoy 4 b g Sail From Seattle - Sea Time (Rambo Dancer) (6) 60.0 F Semela 18/10 V 968 4 1.05 Matchmaker (8) 60.0 C T Ndlovu 16/1 V 1022 5 1.30 Bubbly Reply (4) 60.0 G Dabamasi 12/1 V 624 6 4.30 Masterofthestars (10) 60.0 B Mundlovu 4/1 T 1036 7 8.00 Relish (11) 60.0 J Gwingwizha 110/1 V 932 8 10.00 Red John (13) 60.0 D Monatisa 66/1 V 968 9 14.30 Naval Exercise (1) 60.0 T Moagi 70/1 V 727 10 14.70 Midnight Mellow (9) 60.0 S Siphika 50/1 T 890 11 15.70 Reventador (14) 60.0 M Duba 66/1 12 16.20 The Jackal (3) 57.0 P Mongqawa 12/1 T 921 13 16.50 Sister Mary (5) 60.0 T Ncume 70/1 V 200 14 18.50 Mr Zhivago Time: 90s (64.29s avg/1000m, or 56km/h) SP Total %: 122% 1st T:BO Wiid O:Ms N H Kropman & Mr B O Wiid B:Oldlands Stud


SPORTING POST • FRIDAY 20th - SUNDAY 22nd MAY 2016

65

another winner for

LAST WEEK'S RESULTS

Atso Time

Portelinha Waltz

WON at Fairview, 13 May

WON at Vaal, 12 May

T: C Spies J: C Zackey O: Messrs F N Englezakis, D Fleischman & T Spies B: A Aldous

T: G v Zyl J: M v Rensburg O: Mr M E Leaf B: ME Leaf

WILGERBOSDRIFT

Race 7 (566)

KENILWORTH Saturday 14 May

breeders of

Race 1 (560)

WON Dahlia Plate (L)

OOMPH

NEW DELHI

3 ch f Tiger Ridge - Love Bird (Rich Man’s Gold) WON at Turffontein, 1400m, 14 May . . . . and placed . . . FIRTH OF CLYDE, OH BEHAVE

PO BOX 322, PIKETBERG 7320. TEL: 022 942 1266 FAX: 022 942 1755 Race 4 (1048) Turffontein Work Riders Maiden Plate (F&M)

1400m R90,000

T 921 1 0.00 New Delhi (6) 60.0 G Dabamasi 22/10 3 ch f Tiger Ridge - Love Bird (Rich Man’s Gold) (5) 60.0 S Mosia 5/1 V 969 2 1.10 Capricious 3 b f Mogok - Dolphin Play (Spaceship) (2) 60.0 C Mabaya 18/10 V 984 3 4.70 Rain In Africa 3 ch f Trippi - Peace Bell(USA) (Kingmambo) (8) 60.0 B Mundlovu 55/1 V 1256 3 4.70 Iridium Silver 3 ch f Silvano - Tacitup(NZ) (Howbaddouwantit) (4) 60.0 F Semela 14/1 T 371 5 4.90 A Woman’s Will (3) 60.0 T Matsoele 10/1 V 969 6 8.40 White Swan (10) 60.0 N Tshabane 55/1 V 915 7 9.40 Lively Debate (7) 60.0 C T Ndlovu 20/1 V 1013 8 11.70 Cherished Gold (1) 60.0 T Moagi 14/1 V 984 9 17.00 Seven Tales (9) 60.0 T Ncume 10/1 T 753 10 22.00 Abbey Chase Time: 91.09s (65.06s avg/1000m, or 55km/h) SP Total %: 123% 1st T:GV Woodruff O:Mrs A Devachander B:Wilgerbosdrift

Race 5 (1049) Turffontein Work Riders Maiden Plate (F&M)

2000m R90,000

T 1028 1 0.00 Aventurine (6) 60.0 S Mosia 1/4 3 b f Brave Tin Soldier - Garnet (Parade Leader) (8) 60.0 M Duba 6/1 T 1028 2 1.10 Cranberry Crush 3 ch f Kahal - Juniper Berry (Fahal) (5) 60.0 S Siphika 66/1 T 643 3 4.80 Rajen’s Babe 3 b f Mullins Bay - Modern Love (Modern Day) (11) 60.0 T Matsoele 16/1 T 977 4 5.30 Island Bliss (9) 60.5 F Semela 20/1 V 938 5 6.10 The Right Answer (10) 60.0 T Moagi 33/1 T 977 6 6.30 Zoo Alley (1) 60.5 A !Sithole 50/1 T 1028 7 9.50 Victory Arrow (7) 60.0 C Mabaya 20/1 T 1028 8 10.20 Oblivion (4) 60.0 N Tshabane 110/1 T 1028 9 10.45 Spanish Secret (2) 60.0 B Mundlovu 40/1 V 669 10 15.70 Elegant Charm (3) 60.0 J Gwingwizha 110/1 T 483 11 20.50 Game plan Time: 126.8s (63.4s avg/1000m, or 57km/h) SP Total %: 120% 1st T:SG Tarry O:Avontuur Estate (Pty) Ltd (Nom: Mr M J B Taberer) B:R Plersch

Race 6 (1050) Turffontein Work Riders Maiden Plate

2000m R90,000

T 960 1 0.00 Patang (7) 60.0 C T Ndlovu 16/1 3 ch c A P Arrow - Real Red (Muhtafal) (11) 60.0 C Mabaya 7/10 T 890 2 0.30 Sheet Weaver 3 b g Ideal World - Money Spider (Fort Wood) (10) 60.0 S Mosia 33/10 V 994 3 1.20 Desert Sunset 3 ch g Kahal - Coral Sunset (Northern Guest) (9) 60.0 T Moagi 13/2 T 974 4 2.70 Wall Of Ice (4) 60.0 P Jevu 55/1 V 864 5 2.75 Reminiscence (8) 60.0 T Matsoele 14/1 V 968 6 5.00 Red Room (2) 60.0 J Jonase 55/1 V 1022 7 10.60 Uriah Heep (5) 60.0 L Matwa 33/1 D 629 8 15.10 Sunglasses (6) 60.0 G Dabamasi 20/1 T 960 9 16.00 Sir Nathan (3) 60.0 B Mundlovu 20/1 T 960 10 16.10 Featherflight 80/1 T 974 11 31.00 The Honourable Don (1) 60.0 N Ngqwangi Time: 127.1s (63.55s avg/1000m, or 57km/h) SP Total %: 125% 1st T:CE Erasmus O:Red Jack Trading (Pty) Ltd B:Summerhill Stud

Race 7 (1051) Turffontein Work Riders Maiden Plate (F&M)

1600m R90,000

T 1029 1 0.00 Grand Jury (3) 60.0 T Ncume 10/1 3 b f Ideal World - Juror (Strike Smartly) (4) 60.0 C T Ndlovu 12/1 V 1014 2 2.10 Chinese Whisper 3 ch f Lion Tamer - Lana (Fort Wood) (1) 60.0 F Semela 28/10 T 554 3 2.40 Khetiwe 3 br f Redoute’s Choice - La Lune(AUS) (Dehere) (6) 60.0 S Siphika 25/1 4 4.40 Little Tokoyo (11) 60.0 S Mosia 5/2 V 987 5 4.70 Night On The Hill (8) 60.0 T Moagi 7/2 T 527 6 5.90 Sweet Chestnut (7) 60.0 J Gwingwizha 55/1 V 969 7 8.80 Doubly Attractive (10) 60.0 T Matsoele 20/1 T 977 8 12.00 Dahlia’s Arrow (9) 60.0 T Muchansa 40/1 T 1029 9 13.10 Ursula (5) 60.0 D Monatisa 16/1 T 657 10 14.90 Gypsy Girl (2) 60.0 V Sithetho 16/1 V 1014 11 16.60 Angel’s Smile Time: 101.15s (63.22s avg/1000m, or 57km/h) SP Total %: 118% 1st T:MF de Kock O:Messrs MC Gerber & MF de Kock B:Mauritzfontein Stud

Race 8 (1052) Turffontein Work Riders Maiden Plate (F&M)

1160m R90,000

V 969 1 0.00 Just A Reminder (16) 60.0 G Dabamasi 4/1 3 b f Captain Al - Festive Occasion (Casey Tibbs) (12) 57.0 J Dlamini 4/1 V 1013 2 4.00 Favour’s Pride 2 b f Harry Hall - Sacred Sister (Manshood) (6) 60.0 C T Ndlovu 25/1 3 6.70 Artemisia 3 b f Silvano - Country Comfort (Manshood) (10) 60.0 C Mabaya 14/1 V 1014 4 7.70 Pippi Shortsock (9) 60.0 T Matsoele 25/1 T 956 5 8.30 Wasp (8) 60.0 M Mathebula 14/1 T 888 6 8.50 Ribbonofmoonlight (14) 60.0 T Moagi 9/2 T 957 7 8.80 Nasmyth (7) 60.0 J Gwingwizha 25/1 V 1014 8 9.60 Liquorice Moon (11) 57.0 P Mongqawa 5/1 V 992 9 11.10 Lebanese Tractor (15) 60.0 S Mosia 14/1 T 921 10 12.00 Sketches Of Spain (13) 60.0 P Jevu 100/1 V 987 11 14.30 Cyber Bell (4) 60.0 S Siphika 66/1 V 1013 12 15.30 French Chante (2) 60.0 I Lukhele 66/1 V 933 13 15.50 Fair Sheik (3) 57.0 J Moopedi 66/1 T 975 14 22.50 Googoo Doll (1) 60.0 T Ncume 33/1 V 1021 15 25.50 La Manza (5) 60.0 F Semela 9/1 V 1013 16 30.00 Pipkin Time: 70.71s (60.96s avg/1000m, or 59km/h) SP Total %: 125% 1st T:GV Woodruff O:Mr M De Broglio B:M De Broglio

1200m R75,000

Kenilworth Maiden Juvenile Plate (Fillies)

1200m R75,000

K 529 1 0.00 China Pearl (1) 60.0 C Orffer 11/20 2 ch f Var - Forest Rainbow (Fort Wood) (5) 60.0 A Domeyer 9/2 2 2.25 Saint Janine 2 b f Trippi - Joshua’s Princess (Joshua Dancer) (4) 60.0 B Fayd’herbe 25/1 K 529 3 2.75 Reine Tonnerre 2 b f Kahal - Dakar (Indigo Magic) (6) 60.0 D Dillon 12/1 K 529 4 4.25 Epona (3) 60.0 R Fourie 25/1 5 5.25 Amazingly (10) 60.0 A Andrews 75/1 6 6.50 Drop The Pilot (2) 60.0 G Behr 8/1 K 505 7 7.25 Slope Style (9) 60.0 R Khathi 25/1 8 8.75 Cavalleria (7) 60.0 M Byleveld 25/1 9 9.75 Blakes Mistress (8) 60.0 L Africa 75/1 10 21.50 Dannie Rose Time: 71.49s (59.58s avg/1000m, or 60km/h) SP Total %: 120% 1st T:BJ Crawford O:Messrs J Mahony & C W Nelson B:Rosedene Stud

Race 3 (562)

Congratulations to Connections

Going: good Kenilworth Maiden Juvenile Plate

K 530 1 0.00 Table Bay (11) 60.0 D Dillon 14/10 2 b c Redoute’s Choice - Gabriella(GB) (Cape Cross) (7) 60.0 A Andrews 33/10 K 530 2 1.25 Dark Force 2 b c Rebel King - Folies Trevise (Jet Master) (5) 60.0 R Fourie 14/1 3 1.30 Oh Behave 2 b g Tiger Ridge - My Squeeza (Goldmark) (13) 60.0 F Herholdt 55/1 K 530 4 3.55 Fire In The Belly (9) 60.0 R Khathi 55/1 5 5.55 World In Union (4) 60.0 C Orffer 8/1 6 8.30 Big Chief (1) 60.0 C du Plooy 33/1 7 8.35 Ice Ridge (3) 60.0 G Behr 25/1 8 8.65 Gadget Man (10) 60.0 L Hewitson 25/1 9 8.95 Make A Memory (14) 60.0 L Africa 55/1 10 10.20 Pure Logic (12) 60.0 M Byleveld 25/1 11 10.30 All Blacks Rock (8) 60.0 B Fayd’herbe 8/1 12 11.30 King Of The Rally (6) 60.0 A Domeyer 25/1 13 11.80 Elusive Freedom (2) 60.0 H vd Hoven 50/1 14 11.85 Drive Me Crazy Time: 71.45s (59.54s avg/1000m, or 60km/h) SP Total %: 119% 1st T:J Ramsden O:Mrs I Jooste & Mr M J Jooste B:bred in Australia

Race 2 (561)

2 b c Tiger Ridge - Quintessential(ARG) (Not For Sale) by 6.25L at Fairview, 1200m, 15 May

Kenilworth Maiden Plate (F&M)

Kenilworth Maiden Plate

1000m R75,000

K 528 1 0.00 Castlewood (3) 60.0 R Fourie 28/10 3 b g Elusive Fort - Rose Of Sharon (Prime Timber) (7) 57.5 A Domeyer 12/1 K 513 2 0.50 Sharp Peg 3 ch f Jay Peg - Sharaby(IRE) (Cadeaux Genereux) (2) 57.0 L Hewitson 4/1 K 416 3 1.50 Captain Marmalade 2 b c Captain Al - Nepeta(NZ) (Tale of the Cat) (6) 54.5 H vd Hoven 15/10 K 497 4 2.00 Gypsy Beauty 5 2.75 Auditorium (10) 60.0 C du Plooy 12/1 K 267 (8) 57.0 B May 75/1 6 6.50 Boy Scout (5) 57.0 D Dillon 25/1 K 496 7 6.90 Chosen Path (4) 57.0 M Byleveld 25/1 K 431 8 8.40 Temperance (9) 57.0 G Behr 40/1 9 10.65 All Night Long (1) 60.0 XG Carstens 25/1 10 13.15 Costly Affair Time: 58.91s (58.91s avg/1000m, or 61km/h) SP Total %: 117% 1st T:WG Prestage O:Mr & Mrs W G Prestage B:Arc-en-Ciel

Race 5 (564)

Kenilworth Pinnacle Stakes

1000m R116,000

K 395 1 0.00 Tevez (8) 61.5 A Domeyer 1/1 6 b g Caesour - Minelli (Elliodor) (4) 52.5 B May 16/1 F 168 2 1.50 Buckinghampshire 3 br g Lonhro - Seeking Attention(AUS) (Exceed And Excel) (9) 52.5 H vd Hoven 20/1 K 500 3 1.55 Northern Corner 3 ch c Noordhoek Flyer - Fine Hope (Fine Edge) (3) 55.5 G Behr 6/1 K 531 4 1.85 Captain Bagg (1) 55.5 R Fourie 12/1 K 500 5 2.25 Kirumbo (10) 58.5 L Hewitson 4/1 F 447 6 3.00 Harry Lime (7) 58.5 M Byleveld 14/1 K 477 7 4.25 Olympian (2) 52.5 F Herholdt 33/1 K 339 8 4.55 Imperial Guard (11) 55.5 C Orffer 25/1 K 333 9 4.85 Western Storm (6) 50.0 S Fortune 66/1 K 500 10 7.10 Breathless Bertie (5) 55.5 A Andrews 25/1 K 262 11 11.10 Albarakah Time: 57.47s (57.47s avg/1000m, or 63km/h) SP Total %: 121% 1st T:MW Bass O:Messrs N M Shirtliff, M J Jooste, Bryn Ressell & Mrs I Jooste B:Avontuur Farm

Race 6 (565)

Kenilworth MR 84 Handicap (F&M)

2000m R86,000

K 484 1 0.00 Jetano (5) 54.5 H vd Hoven 6/1 3 ch f Silvano - State Coach (Jet Master) (7) 56.0 D Dillon 8/1 K 526 2 3.75 Elusive Wave 4 b f Elusive Fort - Slipthrew(GB) (Slip Anchor) (8) 56.0 C du Plooy 6/1 K 542 3 4.05 Katies Jay 3 b f Jay Peg - Katies Star (Modern Day) (2) 60.0 R Fourie 9/2 K 533 4 4.10 Harlem Shake (11) 59.0 L Hewitson 20/1 K 499 5 4.85 Amarillo Rose (6) 52.0 L Africa 16/1 K 526 6 5.60 In Limine (12) 61.5 B Fayd’herbe 6/1 K 518 7 7.35 Moonsong Magic (4) 56.5 F Herholdt 20/1 K 526 8 7.85 Morning Light (10) 55.5 A Andrews 15/2 L 448 9 8.15 Good Grace (1) 52.0 S Fortune 33/1 K 542 10 9.40 Sheltered (9) 54.5 M Byleveld 8/1 K 484 11 13.90 Romagna (3) 56.5 C Orffer 10/1 K 368 12 15.40 Sea Glass Time: 126.91s (63.46s avg/1000m, or 57km/h) SP Total %: 122% 1st T:J Ramsden O:Maine Chance Farms (Pty) Ltd (Nom: Dr W A & Mrs N Jacobs) B:BD Filby

Danika Stud Breeders Of

PACYANO

5 wins 5 places 24 runs

4 b g Lecture - Camberwell Beauty (Fine Edge)

WON at Fairview, 1200m, 15 May Congratulations to all the connections!

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WON at Greyville, 13 May

WON at Scottsville, 11 May

T: L Denysschen J: A Forbes O: Messrs G P Denysschen & M B Lyle, G C Cornwall, L G Denysschen & G Murray B: Scott Bros

T: G v Zyl J: D Schwarz O: Mr B D Burnard B: Scott Bros

Kenilworth Maiden Plate

2000m R75,000

Kenilworth MR 76 Handicap (F&M)

1400m R79,000

TIGER RIDGE

K 521 1 0.00 Olympic Power (2) 60.0 B Fayd’herbe 22/10 3 b g Trippi - Olympic Storm (Fort Wood) (4) 60.0 A Domeyer 5/2 K 502 2 1.25 Arctic Teon 4 b g Fanatic Dane - Belle Grise(AUS) (Kenmare) (5) 60.0 F Herholdt 40/1 K 514 3 2.50 Silver Chalice 3 b g Silvano - Crystal Chalice (Royal Chalice) (8) 60.0 H vd Hoven 25/1 K 538 4 5.25 In The Jungle (3) 60.0 A Andrews 14/1 K 521 5 6.25 Braaistin (10) 60.0 D Dillon 25/1 K 514 6 8.00 King Of Babylon (1) 60.0 R Fourie 2/1 K 521 7 14.25 Tropical Heat (7) 60.0 R Khathi 40/1 K 521 8 16.50 River Blaze (6) 60.0 M Byleveld 20/1 K 535 9 23.75 Q Behind Me (12) 60.0 C Orffer 75/1 K 535 10 25.00 Yeoman (11) 60.0 XG Carstens 40/1 K 410 11 28.50 Safari Sunset (9) 60.0 B May 66/1 K 521 12 38.75 Arogant Time: 127.7s (63.85s avg/1000m, or 56km/h) SP Total %: 122% 1st T:MW Bass O:Messrs C T Elphick & T L Bailes B:TL Bailes, CT Elphick & SJ Saunders

Race 8 (567)

K 542 1 0.00 Kryptonite (3) 58.5 D Dillon 4/1 3 b f Rock Of Rochelle - Rhinestone (Elliodor) (2) 56.5 A Domeyer 6/1 K 532 2 1.25 Dark Chocolate 3 b f Black Minnaloushe - Quick As Lizard (Lizard Island) (1) 56.0 L Africa 8/1 K 503 3 1.35 Roman Perfection 3 f Holy Roman Emperor - Pure Perfection(IRE) (Hawk Wing) (13) 58.0 R Fourie 7/1 K 527 4 2.35 Fairy Maker (6) 52.0 S Fortune 12/1 K 493 5 2.85 Caprice des Dieux (10) 57.5 C du Plooy 35/1 L 448 6 3.05 Be Fabulous (5) 55.0 XG Carstens 25/1 K 526 7 3.35 Waning Crescent (12) 57.5 C Orffer 16/1 K 527 7 3.35 Chanukah (9) 54.5 B May 15/1 K 516 9 4.10 Morethanthat (14) 60.5 B Fayd’herbe 16/1 K 540 10 4.50 Secret Society (4) 56.0 R Khathi 16/1 K 413 11 4.70 Belle Of Croom (11) 56.0 L Hewitson 7/1 K 348 12 5.10 Just Rock ‘n Roll (7) 59.5 M Byleveld 30/1 K 681 13 5.20 Sassy Sal (8) 56.0 A Andrews 33/1 L 462 14 6.70 Entre Nous (16) 57.5 H vd Hoven 50/1 K 503 15 7.95 Frenni (15) 53.5 F Herholdt 25/1 K 503 16 10.20 Sunshine Lady Time: 87.47s (62.48s avg/1000m, or 58km/h) SP Total %: 121% 1st T:MW Bass O:Messrs P Bamford, M W Bass, M I Muskett, Christopher van Gass, P L van Vuuren & Mrs J E Long B:Hemel ‘n Aarde Stud

WON Dahlia Plate (Listed)

OOMPH

2 b c Tiger Ridge - Quintessential(ARG) (Not For Sale)

by 6.25L at Fairview, 1200m, 15 May

NEW DELHI

1200m R75,000

K 539 1 0.00 Baqueira (5) 60.0 B Fayd’herbe 2/1 3 ch f Western Winter - Viva (National Assembly) (2) 60.0 C Orffer 9/2 K 465 2 1.00 Juba 3 b f Lateral - Jambalaya (Silvano) (8) 57.0 R Khathi 16/1 3 1.75 Nanna’s Rock 2 b f Seventh Rock - Nantucket (Badger’s Drift) (1) 57.0 A Andrews 16/1 K 440 4 1.95 Main Ambition (6) 57.0 L Hewitson 55/1 K 529 5 2.70 Irish Grey (10) 60.0 B May 7/1 K 181 6 2.90 Consequentially (13) 60.0 F Herholdt 14/1 7 3.65 Lady Diddeo (4) 60.0 G Behr 55/1 K 364 8 5.90 Mea Filia (12) 57.0 H vd Hoven 40/1 9 8.15 So Enchanting (7) 57.0 D Dillon 7/1 K 497 10 8.55 Sydney Opera (11) 60.0 L Africa 8/1 K 532 11 9.55 Oli Miranda (3) 57.0 M Byleveld 20/1 K 529 12 11.05 Amatori (9) 60.0 A Domeyer 55/1 13 14.30 Evies Rock Time: 72.03s (60.03s avg/1000m, or 60km/h) SP Total %: 119% 1st T:BJ Crawford O:Mesdames K Finch & B Kieswetter, Mr B P Finch & Ridgemont Stud (Nom: Mr Craig Carey) B:Avontuur Farm

Race 4 (563)

another winner for

2 more winners for

Nicky Bartlett on 082 774 3695

3 ch f Tiger Ridge - Love Bird (Rich Man’s Gold)

FAIRVIEW Sunday 15 May

Race 1 (487)

WON at Turffontein, 1400m, 14 May

Going: good Fairview Work Riders Maiden Plate (Turf)

F 471 1 0.00 Sun Power (13) 60.0 B Nkunzi 22/10 3 ch g Lateral - Asahi (National Emblem) (9) 60.0 S Mpumlwana 7/2 F 452 2 3.75 Sky Masterson 3 b g Rock Of Rochelle - Madam Milly (Count Dubois) (2) 60.0 T Baase 7/1 F 452 3 4.00 Green Door 4 gr g Miesque’s Approval - Spacious Skies (National Assembly) (5) 60.0 Z Matwa 12/1 F 452 4 4.25 Night Sign (1) 60.0 J van Niekerk 8/1 D 544 5 6.00 Ocean Crossing (6) 60.0 M Naki 33/1 F 331 6 7.00 Special Bond (3) 60.0 A Mbumbulu 70/1 F 425 7 12.00 Roaming Jet (11) 60.0 Y Thuthu 45/1 F 425 8 13.50 Emma’s Joy (12) 60.0 T Mkhuthukana 7/1 F 470 9 16.25 Messageinabottle (10) 60.0 S Tembani 45/1 F 470 10 17.25 True As An Arrow (8) 57.0 K Mkhuthukana 20/1 F 481 11 20.00 Lordofthegooglie (4) 57.5 M July 40/1 F 480 12 21.25 Shockwave (7) 60.0 S Ngqabuko 35/1 F 289 13 31.50 Corridor Of Power Time: 70.07s (58.39s avg/1000m, or 62km/h) SP Total %: 116% 1st T:GD Smith O:Mr J E Mitchell B:D Allan

Race 2 (488)

Fairview Maiden Plate (F&M)(Turf)

F 422 1 0.00 Maverick Girl (10) 57.0 2 ch f Rebel King - Seductress (Classic Flag) (9) 60.0 F 453 2 2.25 Main Attraction 5 ch m Atso - Major Distraction (Mistral Dancer) (11) 57.5 F 469 3 2.75 Seattle Burning 2 b f Sail From Seattle - Fiery Royal (All Fired Up) (8) 60.0 F 424 4 4.50 Minnakuta (5) 57.0 F 422 5 6.00 Olimpic Hall (2) 60.0 F 482 6 8.50 Glam I Am (4) 60.0 F 453 7 9.00 Monte Carlo Player (7) 60.0 F 453 8 9.10 Eyetunes (3) 60.0 F 453 9 13.85 Rock Burner (1) 57.0 10 24.60 Sailing Away (6) 60.0 F 424 11 25.85 Tudor Monarch Time: 70.82s (59.02s avg/1000m, or 61km/h) 1st T:Y Bremner O:Mr & Mrs P Fenix B:Optima Trust

Race 3 (489)

Fairview Juvenile Plate (Fillies)(Turf)

1200m R62,000

L Hewitson

15/20

S Khathi

20/1

A Fortune

6/1

JP vd Merwe 12/1 F Herholdt 45/1 E Webber 25/1 R Danielson 20/1 K Zechner 9/2 C Murray 70/1 R Munger 45/1 L Mxothwa 110/1 SP Total %: 117%

1400m R65,000

F 394 1 0.00 O Tamara (7) 60.0 A Fortune 11/20 2 b f Argonaut - Syncopate (Spectrum) (2) 60.0 R Fourie 7/1 F 406 2 2.75 Seattle Sunrise 2 b f Sail From Seattle - Halfmoonrising (Captain Al) (5) 60.0 K Zechner 12/1 F 394 3 3.75 Audrie Do 2 b f Kahal - Kalajana (Silvino) (9) 57.0 S Khathi 33/1 F 441 4 8.00 Itsmydarlin (3) 57.0 JP vd Merwe 20/1 F 441 5 9.25 Double Happiness (8) 60.0 X Ndlovu 11/2 F 441 6 9.35 Samiam (1) 60.0 C Zackey 20/1 F 486 7 9.40 Refrain (4) 57.0 L Hewitson 40/1 F 372 8 10.65 Fantasy Quest (6) 57.0 C Murray 40/1 F 441 9 13.90 Kungfoofighting Time: 85.26s (60.9s avg/1000m, or 59km/h) SP Total %: 117% 1st T:AC Greeff O:Messrs C G & L F Scribante B:Piemonte Stud

Race 4 (490)

Fairview Conditions Plate (F&M)(Turf)

1000m R72,000

F 378 1 0.00 Summer Cruise (10) 54.0 K Ramsamy 4/1 4 b f Sail From Seattle - Maritsa(IRE) (Danehill) (3) 55.0 C Zackey 20/1 F 426 2 1.75 Eros’s Girl 4 b f Captain Al - Cupid (Jet Master) (5) 56.0 R Fourie 16/10 K 443 3 2.25 Acaciawood 3 b f Captain Al - Lucy Would (Fort Wood) (12) 50.0 S Naidoo 11/2 K 511 4 3.75 Sweetchild O Mine (7) 63.0 L Hewitson 3/1 T 1006 5 4.25 Blizzard Belle (6) 54.0 T Gould 33/1 F 426 6 6.00 Silent Rush (8) 55.5 R Danielson 40/1 F 426 7 6.05 Mystic Express (4) 53.0 F Herholdt 75/1 F 378 8 6.55 Stamford Bridge (13) 50.0 E Webber 75/1 F 417 9 6.80 Emerald Rose (9) 51.0 K Zechner 50/1 F 290 10 7.80 Lecture’s Luck (2) 52.0 X Ndlovu 33/1 F 353 11 9.30 High Fashion (11) 50.5 C Murray 75/1 F 478 12 10.55 Nomvula (1) 51.0 JP vd Merwe 50/1 F 297 13 30.55 Baloo Baleerie Time: 56.3s (56.3s avg/1000m, or 64km/h) SP Total %: 120% 1st T:AC Greeff O:Mr A N & The Hon Mrs G R Foster B:Ascot Stud

Race 5 (491)

Fairview MR 64 Handicap (Turf)

. . . and placed . . . Oh Behave

1200m R62,000

1600m R62,000

F 395 1 0.00 Neptune’s Jewel (5) 58.0 R Danielson 16/1 3 b g Rock Of Rochelle - Sea Jewel (Model Man) (2) 54.5 B Vlooh 7/1 F 454 2 2.25 Ze Tzar 5 b g Zeditave - Tuchuzy(AUS) (Xaar) (13) 60.0 T Gould 16/1 F 463 3 3.75 Kirkby Ninja 5 ch g Dupont - Akasha (National Emblem) (12) 59.5 A Fortune 6/1 F 463 4 3.80 Storming Home (10) 55.5 JP vd Merwe 40/1 F 473 5 4.05 Rush In (8) 55.0 R Fourie 25/1 F 473 6 6.30 Rave King (11) 58.0 R Munger 20/1 F 430 7 8.05 Greatist Hits (3) 55.5 C Murray 8/1 F 443 8 8.30 Facebook (9) 53.5 S Naidoo 8/1 F 425 9 10.05 Grandissimo (1) 59.0 S Khathi 33/10 F 473 10 10.55 Stir It Up (7) 58.0 X Ndlovu 35/1 F 443 11 20.05 Eco Storm (4) 57.0 C Zackey 20/1 F 473 12 25.30 Bordered In Grey (6) 58.5 F Herholdt 16/1 F 454 13 46.05 Dancingwithjackson (14) 58.5 L Mxothwa 10/1 F 473 14 99.99 Wow Holiday Time: 97.7s (61.06s avg/1000m, or 59km/h) SP Total %: 118% 1st T:T Laing O:Mrs I Jooste & Mr M J Jooste B:E Yates

Congratulations to Connections

WILGERBOSDRIFT PO BOX 322, PIKETBERG 7320. TEL: 022 942 1266 FAX: 022 942 1755

Race 6 (492)

Fairview Gr3 East Cape Derby (Turf)

2400m R350,000

Fairview Dahlia Plate (Listed)(Turf)

1200m R150,000

K 525 1 0.00 Captain Splendid (13) 60.0 L Hewitson 16/1 3 b g Captain Al - Justthewayyouare (Fort Wood) (8) 60.0 A Fortune 2/1 F 445 2 1.75 Welsh Emperor 3 b c Go Deputy - Welsh Pagan (Al Mufti) (3) 60.0 K Zechner 16/1 F 445 3 3.25 King Of Chaos 3 b c A P Arrow - Icy Thunder (Fort Wood) (1) 60.0 B Fayd’herbe 13/10 K 534 4 3.35 Elusive Silva (10) 57.5 A Domeyer 10/1 F 446 5 4.60 Solana (6) 60.0 R Fourie 12/1 K 534 6 5.35 Fly Like The Wind (7) 60.0 C Murray 16/1 F 445 7 7.35 More Than Grand (9) 60.0 S Khathi 40/1 F 445 8 8.60 Benji’s Dynasty (5) 57.5 C Zackey 125/1 F 446 9 9.10 Love Everlasting (12) 60.0 JP vd Merwe 55/1 F 445 10 9.85 Seattle Swing (11) 60.0 L Mxothwa 40/1 F 389 11 26.85 Man Of The Cloth (4) 57.5 X Ndlovu 125/1 F 435 12 40.35 Badger Creek (2) 60.0 T Gould 125/1 F 445 13 40.40 Rhumba Magic Time: 150.51s (62.71s avg/1000m, or 57km/h) SP Total %: 120% 1st T:J Snaith O:Mr A L A Crabbia B:Varsfontein Stud

Race 7 (493)

F 429 1 0.00 Oomph (2) 60.0 A Domeyer 4/10 2 b c Tiger Ridge - Quintessential(ARG) (Not For Sale) (7) 58.0 JP vd Merwe 33/1 F 452 2 6.25 Turbo 2 b c Pathfork - Pelican Point (Jet Master) (3) 60.0 C Zackey 10/1 F 466 3 6.75 Bollemakiesie 2 b c Jay Peg - Zanzabee(AUS) (Tale of the Cat) (8) 58.0 T Gould 66/1 F 429 4 8.00 Zevenastic (9) 55.0 R Danielson 33/1 F 440 5 8.75 Story Of My Life (6) 58.0 R Munger 33/1 F 440 6 10.00 Laventelhaan (5) 58.0 K Zechner 55/1 F 388 7 10.10 Great Waves (4) 55.0 C Murray 100/1 F 481 8 15.35 Soviet Cosmonaut (1) 58.0 R Fourie 33/10 K 392 9 22.35 Var Ahead Time: 69.62s (58.02s avg/1000m, or 62km/h) SP Total %: 117% 1st T:AC Greeff O:Messrs C G & L F Scribante B:Wilgerbosdrift & Mauritzfontein

Race 8 (494)

Fairview MR 88 Handicap (Turf)

1200m R76,000

Fairview MR 70 Handicap (Turf)

1200m R62,000

K 500 1 0.00 Percival (5) 56.0 A Domeyer 33/10 3 b g Var - L’Passionata(GB) (Pursuit Of Love) (7) 52.0 X Ndlovu 22/1 F 409 2 0.50 Covariance 6 b g Var - Cornelia (Caesour) (10) 57.5 K Zechner 4/1 F 438 3 1.75 Happy Lion 6 ch g Silvano - Happy Ever After (National Assembly) (2) 61.5 R Fourie 10/1 S 513 4 2.25 Pioneer Spirit (3) 54.0 F Herholdt 12/1 F 392 5 2.75 Peregrine King (9) 55.0 C Zackey 33/10 F 447 6 3.25 Western Force 35/1 F 449 7 3.75 Captain On The Run (6) 52.0 E Webber (1) 55.0 R Munger 10/1 F 409 8 4.25 Romeo Bravo (4) 58.0 L Hewitson 10/1 F 402 9 4.75 Mesmerize (11) 53.5 C Murray 16/1 F 409 10 25.75 Briar King (8) 52.0 JP vd Merwe 22/1 F 475 11 31.50 Foyle Time: 69.48s (57.9s avg/1000m, or 62km/h) SP Total %: 119% 1st T:A Nel O:Mrs S Plattner B:La Plaisance Stud

Race 9 (495)

F 386 1 0.00 Pacyano (11) 58.0 X Ndlovu 14/1 4 b g Lecture - Camberwell Beauty (Fine Edge) (1) 52.5 S Naidoo 45/1 F 466 2 0.75 Just Too early 3 ch g Just As Well - Countenance (Counter Action) (2) 59.5 C Murray 8/1 F 379 3 2.75 Firth Of Clyde 4 b g Right Approach - Cathay Firth (Philippi) (12) 59.5 K Ramsamy 10/1 F 418 4 3.00 Amadeus Rocks (10) 57.5 R Danielson 12/1 F 418 5 3.05 Dynamite (13) 56.0 S Khathi 25/1 F 465 6 4.55 Island Express (4) 57.5 A Fortune 12/1 F 466 7 6.80 Flicker (17) 58.0 L Mxothwa 25/1 F 465 8 7.80 Playingtheenemy (15) 59.0 L Hewitson 4/1 F 412 9 8.05 National King (18) 52.5 R Munger 25/1 F 445 10 8.80 Fontenoy (14) 55.0 K Zechner 25/1 F 416 11 10.05 Gallactic Thunder (5) 54.5 C Zackey 3/1 F 465 12 10.30 Fire Horse (8) 52.0 E Webber 100/1 F 473 13 11.80 Lemon Fizz (3) 59.0 A Domeyer 12/1 F 371 14 11.90 Definitive (7) 52.0 JP vd Merwe 35/1 F 448 15 12.90 Verlaine (6) 56.0 R Fourie 33/1 F 443 16 14.15 Fly Me Over (9) 52.0 T Gould 75/1 F 448 17 14.65 Stevedore (16) 60.0 F Herholdt 30/1 F 393 18 99.99 Speed Lightning Time: 69.71s (58.09s avg/1000m, or 62km/h) SP Total %: 124% 1st T:Y Bremner O:Ms Yvette Bremner & Mr Travis McGrath B:Danika Stud


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