Headline News Review: Archipenko flies SA flag in Hong Kong

<p><img height="98" alt="" hspace="5" width="86" align="right" vspace="5" src="/Portals/0/jockeys/KevinShea.jpg" />NICCI GARNER<br />
SOUTH AFRICANS all over the world who tuned in to Sunday&rsquo;s broadcast of the Sha Tin fixture in Hong Kong would have stood proudly to attention when the South African national anthem was played after the running of the R12.65-million Audemars Piguet QEII Cup. It was the third time Sha Tin racegoers had listened to the emotive swells of &ldquo;Nkosi Sikelel’ iAfrika&rdquo; after London News won the race in 1996 and Irridescence beat a hot field two years ago.<br />
Photos: Trainer Mike de Kock and jockey Kevin Shea</p>

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Headline News Preview: Jewel of Jwaneng to bring in the riches

<p>JACK MILNER<br />
THE Jwaneng diamond mine is located in Botswana and one of its jewels is expected to sparkle at Clairwood this afternoon. Jewel of Jwaneng contests Race 7, a FM 80 Handicap, and in recent months Dennis Drier&rsquo;s filly has put up some outstanding performances.<br />
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Photo: Jewel Of Jwaneng</p>

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Headline News Preview: Peter Miller to paint Flamingo Park pink

<p>MEL KAPLAN<br />
TRAINER Peter Miller is invariably responsible for a few winners at any Flamingo Park fixture and could go close to emulating the feat of the tote favourites at Turffontein on Saturday when the best fancied runners won nine of the 10 races.<br />
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Photo: Peter Miller</p>

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Headline News Review: No relief for bookmakers at `tricky’ Turffontein fixture

<p>MEL KAPLAN<br />
IN over four decades in racing I cannot recall a meeting so many pundits described as “tricky&rsquo;&rsquo; producing more than two or three winning favourites. Saturday afternoon at Turffontein, where racing took place on the inside track, that statistic was turned on its head because nine of the 10 tote favourites obliged and the other narrowly lost to a strong market rival.<br />
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Photo: Randall Simons won aboard Capital Account.</p>

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Headline News Preview: De Kock runners hold the key to both features

<p>SCOTTSVILLE: Races 4-9 abandoned<br />
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JACK MILNER<br />
JUVENILES take centre stage at Scottsville today with two Grade 3 races, the Strelitzia Stakes for fillies and the Godolphin Barb Stakes. Both races are sponsored by the Sunday Tribune, are over 1200m and trainer Mike de Kock (left) fields the early favourites.</p>

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