Gogetthesheriff (Raymond Danielson) powers home to nab Kalamain late (Pic: Coastal Photos)
PE trainer Jacques Strydom bought a real winner when he signed for the former Mike De Kock galloper Gogetthesheriff at the 2014 Michael Holmes Bloodstock Super Sale.
Gift Funeka, who in the year 2000 became the first black jockey to ride in the Durban July, died on Friday.
Funeka was rushed to hospital with severe internal pains and died a short while after being admitted.
Epsom Derby winner Golden Horn, ridden by Frankie Dettori, denied French mare Treve an historic third Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe with victory at Longchamp.
Dettori, winning the race for the fourth time, pulled Golden Horn wide early in the race before slotting in behind the leader.
Trip To Heaven (S’manga Khumalo) is an easy winner (Pic: JC Photos)
SA champion trainer Sean Tarry saddled his first feature winner of the new term when the sparingly raced Trippi 4yo Trip To Heaven spreadeagled a class field at weight-for-age to win the R400 000 Gr2 Joburg Spring Challenge at Turffontein on Saturday.
An extraordinary oversight took place at Kempton last Wednesday night when the winner of the concluding 2200m handicap was confused with a stablemate and raced from the wrong stall.
Inara (Grant Van Niekerk) makes it look easy as she beats stablemate Come Fly With Me (Sean Cormack) and Fear Not (orange cap on rail) (Pic: Wayne Marks)
The dual Gr1 winning Trippi flyer Inara stamped her authority in emphatic fashion with a conclusive victory in Saturday’s R250 000 Gr3 Diana Stakes at Durbanville.
Lazer Star (Weichong Marwing) storms home to a good win (Pic: JC Photos)
The top-class Toreador filly Lazer Star enhanced her five-star reputation at Turffontein on Saturday when she disposed of her eight opponents to win the R400 000 Gr2 Joburg Spring F&M Challenge.