The National Horseracing Authority confirms that Trainer S Janse van Rensburg, who was legally represented, appeared before an Inquiry Board at the offices of The National Horseracing Authority, Eastern Cape on Tuesday 24 November 2015.
South Africa’s longest standing horse race and Cape Town’s largest annual outdoor social event is coming to Kenilworth racecourse on Saturday 30 January 2016.
The 2016 Gr1 J&B™ Met was officially launched at Kenilworth Racecourse on Wednesday afternoon, providing guests with a sneak peek of what’s to come on January 30th.
The SA Jockey and Equine Research Institute will soon provide expert support services to our apprentice jockeys at the South African Jockey Academy.
Sports science research has recently sparked interest in the world of equine and thoroughbred racing.
Despite a slightly disappointing effort in Saturday’s Lanzerac Ready To Run Stakes at Kenilworth, the Dennis Drier trained Seventh Plain continues to maintain his place on the log for the big US Dollar denominated contest in January.
As we count down the meetings to seasons end it may pay to have a quick glance at the Premiership tables to see who sits where and if it gets interesting in the run home.
A quality field of thirteen will line up at Kenilworth on Saturday 5 December for the R1 million WSB Gr1 Cape Fillies Guineas.
Mike Bass’s exciting Silvano filly Silver Mountain, who won such an outstanding race from a wide draw in the Gr2 Choice Carriers Championship, has drawn 11 and Aldo Domeyer retains the ride.
As a measure to assist in solving the problem in Western Cape racing of small fields, it has been decided that from the December 12 meeting onwards, a system of declaring draws post acceptances for minor races will be implemented.