Big City Life is all the rage for Daily News 2000.
IF Big City Life is really as good as some pundits believe then the son of Casey Tibbs could put himself firmly into the Durban July picture by winning the R1-million Daily News 2000 at Greyville Saturday.
THE final fields for the two big Clairwood features on 13 June have been announced. Superstar Pocket Power will stand his ground in the Grade 1 Gold Challenge over 1600m.
Felix Coetzee could have a big day at Vaal.
WITH the Geoff Woodruff stable continuing to fire on all cylinders, the yard is certainly worth following. With stable jockey Mark Khan still out of action, Woodruff will again team up with Felix Coetzee at the Vaal.
Arboreal (Minott) winning at Durbanville
WHILE Mike Bass leads the stakes race by the proverbial mile in the Western Cape, it is Joey Ramsden who has brought home345 the most winners. Bass runners have earned in excess of R8.4 million compared to Ramsden’s R6.3 millio
Mdansi (yellow silks) winning at Scottsville.
TRAINER Mike de Kock will be hoping Mdansi reproduces his KZN Guineas form in Race 7 at Scottsville on Wednesday afternoon, a MR 92 Handicap over 1600m on the inside track.
SA-bred JJ The Jet Plane mades his UK debut at Windsor
LONDON – All eyes will be on JJ The Jet Plane at Windsor as Mike De Kock’s champion sprinter makes his British debut in the sportingbet.com Up Up And Away Stakes.
JJ The Jet Plane with connections in Dubai
SOUTH AFRICAN raider J J The Jet Plane laid down his credentials for sprint success in the Golden Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot with an impressive display at Windsor on Monday.
Milk And Honey could score an overdue win
WHEN Milk And Honey runs these days one starts searching for something to beat her. She last won in July 2008 when she managed by a short head to overhaul Royal Fantasy at Clairwood.
Petrus "Yeke" Ndhlovu
LIKEABLE heavyweight rider Petrus “Yeke’’ Ndhlovu (35) died in a car accident on his way home345 early on Sunday. Ndhlovu was the first black jockey to graduate from James Maree’s Work-Riders’ Academy.
Earl of Surrey
JACK MILNER SCOTTSVILLE racing tomorrow is all about speed with four Grade 1 races over 1200m programmed. The Golden Horse Casino Sprint carries prize money of R600,000 and the scratching of Warm White Night and Our Giant has opened