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Wednesday, 20 November 2019

Kenilworth Horse Racing Pointers

1 Kursk

2 Happy Wanderer

3 Regimental

4 Ikebana

5 Spectra

6 Golden

7 Kelpie

8 Captain 

Tuesday, 19 November 2019

Turffontein Pointers

1 Tulip
2 Virtuosa
3 Mount
4 Apache
6 Ikigai
7 Tigermill
8 In full bloom

Boris To End Special Treatment For EU Citizens

LONDON — British Prime Minister Boris Johnson set out plans on Sunday to end preferential treatment for European Union migrants, as opinion polls showed his Conservative Party has the highest level of support since 2017 ahead of next month's election.

The Dec. 12 election was called to break the deadlock over Brexit, more than three years after the country voted narrowly in favor of leaving the EU in a 2016 referendum.

Johnson hopes to win a majority to push through the last-minute Brexit deal he struck with the EU last month, while opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has promised to renegotiate the exit agreement and then hold another referendum.

Setting out their post-Brexit immigration policy, the Conservatives said they would treat EU and non-EU migrants the same from January 2021, including a five-year wait to obtain welfare payments and a surcharge to access health services.

Monday, 18 November 2019

Lion Discovered in Victoria Island Lagos!

A two-year-old lion has been discovered in a residential building in the Victoria Island area of Lagos State.

The lion said to be owned by a yet to be named Indian national, is caged at Number 229, Muri Okunola Street in Victoria Island.

The Chairman of Lagos State Taskforce on Environmental and Special Offences, Yinka Egbeyemi, confirmed this to Channels Television on Sunday.

According to him, men of the Nigeria Police Force have been deployed in the area.

Egbeyemi also disclosed that efforts were ongoing by the state government through the Ministry of Agriculture and Environment to evacuate the animal from the building.

He added that the Indian national who owns the lion has been invited for questioning.

Sunday, 3 November 2019

Greyville Sunday Pointers

1 Fortheboyz/Seascape

2 Washington

3 Exion

4 Deici/Dancing

3 Ice

4 Twice/Western

6 Liverpool

7 Brooklyn/Battle

8 Ice/Sacred

Sunday, 20 October 2019


Jack Milner: South African horseracing has been suffering from a dearth of top jockeys as a result of international commitments and injuries.
October 16, 2019

Lyle Hewitson, Aldo Domeyer, Grant van Niekerk and Brandon Lerena are riding in various international locations but we have also not seen Anton Marcus, Gavin Lerena or Craig Zackey so far this season.

The good news is that those three are on their way back. It was nice to see Zackey at Turffontein last Saturday free of his crutches and almost ready to return to racing.

“I have started riding work and I expect to be back in the next week or so,” he said.

Zackey has been recovering from an operation to both hips after it was discovered he had an overgrown bone attached to his hip socket.

“I was getting pains in my groin and I was battling to get down when I was riding. I also had some cartilage removed from my hip.”

Lerena had been riding with a hand/wrist injury and he is also due to be back before the end of October.

Zackey also mentioned he understood Marcus will also be riding again in the next week or so and then hopefully we will be back to full strength.


Following her 0.50-length third place behind Querari Ferrari last week, Gary Alexander-trained Thandekhile has moved into No 17 spot on the log for the R1-million Emperors Palace Ready To Run Cup (Non-Black Type) over 1400m on Saturday 2 November.
October 15, 2019

Two improvers on the log are Follow My Path (No 14 from 19) and Hurricane Harry, from No 13 to No 10.

Sean Tarry-trained Spiritofthegroove retains her position at the top of the log.

The race is restricted to eligible graduates of the 2018 Emperor’s Palace Summer Ready To Run Sales.

The field size will be limited to 16 runners plus two reserve runners. The final field will be determined by a panel appointed by the racing operator.

All horses will carry 60kg but there will be a northern hemisphere allowance as well as a sex allowance of 2.5kg.

Entries close at 11am on Monday 21 October, supplementary entries close at 9am on Monday 28 October with declarations having to be in by 11am on Tuesday 29 October.

Log 15/10
3 BOHICA 94 2

Monday, 7 October 2019

Trainers Comments for Flamingo

Race 1

Candice Bass-Robinson
No 1 Mist Of Time : We expect him to need this outing and is short of his best.
No 6 Fiery Fort ; Blinkers fitted. Hoping to surprise
Greg Ennion
No 5 Grey Ferrari - Has been disappointing recently. I have removed
the blinkers and I'm hoping for some improvement
Vaughan Marshall
No 4 Forbach - Has a small place chance
Geoff(Lucinda) Woodruff
No 2 Marcus Adamus - He should be better suited to this 1600 meters
trip and I'm looking for a forward run

Race 2

Peter Wrensch
No 4 Troop The Colour - Is well and I'm expecting a nice run although
Anze Lazio looks to be a nice sort and should be the one to beat

Race 3

Joe Ramsden
No 2 Yolta - Will need the run
Greg Ennion
No 6 Floreana - Has her first run at Durbanville. She battled in the
going last time, so hoping to see some improvement
No 7 Arion Express - Disappointing first run. Has her first run at
Durbanville and I'm just hoping to see some improvement
Vaughan Marshall
No 10 Fynbos - She will appreciate the extra distance and should have
a good each-way chance
Mike Robinson
No 1 Lunar Tunes - She has a bad draw to overcome but if she can do
that without taking too much out of her, she should be in the shake-up
Paddy Kruyer
No 3 Over The Way - She's been a bit disappointing recently and will
have a tough task from her wide draw
Candice Bass-Robinson
No 5 Nan : Improved over 1400m last time. She is doing well at home
and could have a money chance.
No 13 Ryanair : Not expecting much from the draw. She will drop out
but hoping to place if she can make up the ground

Race 4

Vaughan Marshall
No 3 Rocket Girl - Is coming back to her best form and should have a big chance
Mike Robinson
No 5 Lady Abigail - Will be having her first run for the yard. The
distance may be a touch on the sharp side but she is fit and well.
Candice Bass-Robinson
No 7 Gimme London : She tries the extra and if she sees it out she
could be in the money with a handy galloping weight.

Race 5

Vaughan Marshall
No 8 Attagirl - She won a very good race on debut. She has come on
with the experience and has a good each-way chance
Geoff (Lucinda) Woodruff
No 4 Day Trip - Although she is a recent maiden winner, at the weights
she does have a shout.
Candice Bass-Robinson
No 9 Rock Trip : Always thereabouts. Each-way chance

Race 6

Candice Bass-Robinson
No 3 More Magic - Will need the run back.
No 6 Bernie : Good each-way chance. Enjoys the turn and draws well.
Vaughan Marshall
No 4 Agent Of Fortune - He's been disappointing since his return to
racing and I'm just hoping to see some improvement from him

Race 7

Vaughan Marshall
No 1 Charge d' Affaires - She pulled up lame in her last race and the
run can be ignored. She should have a big chance here.

Race 8

Geoff(Lucinda) Woodruff
No 4 Destruction Boy - He's in good form and from a nice draw is one
to include in the quartets
Paddy Kruyer
No 8 Kingsman - Won his maiden over the course and distance and from a
plum draw, has a place chance.
Candice Bass-Robinson
No 1 Three Two Charlie : Prep run for the Sophomore Sprint, should
need it but include on ability.

Thursday, 3 October 2019

Trainer Comments for Vaal


Race 1

Mike Azzie
No 2 Court Jester will need the run.
Alec Laird
No 4 Curious may need the experience
Craig Mayhew
No 7 Last Tern will need the run
Sean Tarry
No 9 Namaqualand will be doing his best work late
No 10 Pure State will be doing his best work late
Paul Peter
No 11 Speed Zone will need the run
Lucky Houdalakis
No 12 Trend Master: A good run from him is expected

Race 2

Stephen Moffatt
No 6 Holiday Is Over will be very green
Coenie de Beer
No 7 Land Of Rubies is fit and well.
Lucky Houdalakis
No 8 Marmalade Cat has been disappointing. She shows a lot at work at home.
Ashley Fortune
No 10 Super Fluke will need the run
No 11 Coral Cliff is looking for further

Race 3

Tony Nassif
No 5 Ex's 'N Ohs is in a tough race.

Race 4

Shaylen Naidoo
No 2 Notquitethereyet is in a competitive race but must be put in Trifectas.
Tony Nassif
No 9 Consol [email protected] I am looking for improvement
Geoff Woodruff
No 10 Aalsmeer did much better in her last run. I am concerned with
her draw and she will need some luck in running but can be
Lucky Houdalakis
No 14 Uber Home has her first run so let us see how she goes

Race 5

Gary Alexander
Both No 2 Ritchie and No 4 The Jocelyn Tree have each-way chances.

Race 6

Geoff Woodruff
No 2 Insignis returns from a break. She is fit and had a good grass gallop
Barend Botes
No 8 Shabba Ranks: This distance is too show for him and he looks
outclassed in this field.

Race 7

Gary Alexander
No 4 Seeking Gold has an each-way chance
Fabian Habib
No 7 Glamorous Scandal is probably better on the Turffontein Inside
track but should be competitive

Race 8

Gary Alexander
No 2 Zeal And Zest has an each-way shout.
Roy Magner
No 7 Fench Leave is doing well, he is up in class but I am hoping for
a good run.
Geoff Woodruff
No 9 Humour Me was running on late over the shorter distance last time
out. This track and trip should suit and he can be competitive.