TRAINER Sean Tarry, who saddled five winners at Clairwood on Wednesday and missed a sixth winner by a head, is looking forward to saddling top sprinter Mythical Flight for the King’s Stand Stakes over 1000m at Royal Ascot next Tuesday.
Stablemate River Jetez may be the champ's biggest threat.
LEADING Cape trainer Mike Bass admits to being “frustrated” that the Gold Challenge has eluded his stable star Pocket Power.
Pocket Power pulled a shoe in training, but is sound
RULING Vodacom Durban July favourite Pocket Power has suffered a few “minor hiccups” with his feet since trainer Mike Bass relocated to KwaZulu-Natal for the winter.
Big City Life (Fayd'Herbe) wins Daily News 2000.
BIG City Life proved his class and justified trainer Glen Kotzen’s faith in him by winning the R1-million Daily News 2000 at Greyville on Saturday.
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.