Headline News Beataboutthebush to make amends at Fairview

ALAN GREEFF

Viv Greybe: Alan Greeff-trained seven-time winner Beataboutthebush can defy top-weight on grass at Fairview on Friday when teamed up with Greg Cheyne in Race 6, the Listed East Cape Paddock Stakes – Leg 2 of the Eastern Cape (F&M) Challenge over 1600m.

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Headline News Racing industry facing possible major shake-up.

The board of directors of Phumelela has just confirmed in a sens-announcement that it has engaged in initial conceptual discussions with stakeholders of thoroughbred horses and breeders and the Thoroughbred Trust with regards to the administration of horseracing in South Africa and tote betting which, if successful, could result in a change in ownership of the administration of horseracing and/or tote betting and /or the restructure thereof.

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Headline News Jika the one to beat at Vaal

SEAN TARRY

Jack Milner: Jika may have been beaten by Infamous Fox in his last two starts but based on the recent performances of the winner, Sean Tarry’s charge looks the runner they will all have to beat in Race 6 on the Vaal Classic track on Thursday.

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Headline News Sweet Virginia makes millionaires

SWEET VIRGINIA WHILE IN TRAINING

Ken Nicol: Diminutive as she was, Sweet Virginia proved to be a giant on the racetrack, and is still the only filly to have pulled off the Winter Classic and Derby double against colts in the Cape winter series.

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Headline News Follow Fayd’Herbe at Durbanville

BERNARD FAYD'HERBE

Mike Moon: Jockey Bernard Fayd’Herbe is always in demand with trainers for the insightful feedback he gives on horses and that popularity is reflected in his promising bookings at Durbanville tomorrow.

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