Ipse Dixit, pictured winning his last race.
AFTER running into money in four successive starts over 1200m and 1300m, Ipse Dixit relished the longer trip when trying 1600m last time out.
IVORY TRAIL can get back on the winning trail.
A lot went wrong when Ivory Trail started 5-2 favourite for the Green Point Stakes last time he ran.
NO sweat for Red Rake in Midmar Premier Trophy.
RED Rake got his just reward for consistency in Sunday’s R300,000 Midmar Premier Trophy (Grade 2) over 1800m at Kenilworth, making all the running to win easily.
Trainer Ormond Ferraris will saddle National Victor.
WITH an additional R478,687 added to the Pick 6 pool at Turffontein on Saturday, there is expected to be some R2.5-million up for grabs in this popular exotic bet.
Life Of Pi can follow up today on his win over Fleet Of Fire.
THERE are some competitive races on the Kenilworth twilight card on Friday and finding a banker is no easy task.
Trainer Charles Laird will be entering Smart Banker (above) in the Queen's Plate.
THIS season’s L’Ormarins Queen’s Plate could be one of the races of 2010. Pocket Power has dominated the event for the last three years and looks ready to claim his fourth title. But already Big City Life looks ready to take him on and Smart Banker will be one of the entries too!
Exhilaration is one of Domic Zaki's entries.
JACK MILNER – Gallileo’s Galaxy, runner-up in recent Vodacom Dingaans at Turffontein, is among the 20 nominations for the Grade 1 BloodStock SA Cape Guineas over 1600m at Kenilworth on 19 December.
Field Flower (50-1), a surprise winner of the Cape Filiies Guineas.
JACK MILNER – This year’s Grade 1 Avontuur Estate Cape Fillies Guineas always had an open appearance to it and it was not too much of a surprise that it was won by a 50-1 shot. Trainer Stephen Page clearly had a higher opinion of his filly
Jet Trail has a wide draw to overcome.
JACK MILNER – Last year the Grade 1 Avontuur Estate Cape Fillies Guineas was easy. It was polled as a straight race between Mother Russia and Sparkling Gem, and that’s the way it turned out with the latter leading all the way. This year it looks a nightmare.
The champion, Pocket Power, is back for more.
JACK MILNER – Pocket Power wrote his name into the record books earlier this year when he became the first horse to win the J&B Met on three consecutive occasions. Trainer Mike Bass will be attempting to make that four from four on 30 January as the seven-year-old Jet Master gelding is among the entries for this R2.5-million race over 2000m at Kenilworth.