Betting World is proud to announce that it will once again sponsor the R1-million Cape Flying Championship, one of the country’s major sprint races and one of the big-gun events on Sun Met Day next year.
Browsing: Cape Flying Championship
A thrilling head-bobbing, four-horse duel had the huge J&B Met day crowd on its feet and screaming at the finish of the Grade 1 Betting World Cape Flying Championship. At the line, Gulf Storm under Corne Orffer got the verdict by the proverbial whisker – creating an exotic-bet upset at 12-1.
Nicci Garner: Ruling champion trainer Sean Tarry has an outstanding chance of winning both Grade 1 features at Kenilworth this Saturday, when he saddles favourite Legal Eagle in the R2.5-million J&B Met over 2000m and Carry On Alice in the R1-million Betting World Cape Flying Championship.
Jack Milner: Trainer Louis Goosen says Trip Tease’s withdrawal at the start from his last engagement at Kenilworth could well be detrimental to the horse’s chances in the R1-million Betting World Cape Flying Championship over 1000m at Kenilworth on Saturday.
CARRY ON ALICE
Cape Town – Sean Tarry-trained Carry On Alice is the highest merit-rated of the 15 declared for the Grade 1 Betting World Cape Flying Championship over 1000m on J&B Met Day at Kenilworth on Saturday 30 January.
CARRY ON ALICE
Cape Town – Carry On Alice, Tevez and Trip Tease – third, fourth and fifth behind Alboran Sea and Captain Of All in last year’s race – stand out among the 23 entries for the R1-million Grade 1 Betting World Cape Flying Championship over 1000m at Kenilworth on Saturday 30 January (the same day as the J&B Met).