Horse Racing

Trainer Comments - Vodacom Durban July 2015

The R3,5 million Vodacom July Handicap run this Saturday, 4th July, at Greyville over 2200m, has all the ingredients of an Agatha Christie mystery. Fortunately all the intriguing questions will be answered shortly after 16:20 on Saturday afternoon. For a long time the question of whether the 3 year olds are good enough to beat their elders has been asked many times. Even more perplexing is whether the 3 year old fillies are better than the males of their generation and then, of course whether a filly, Majmu, can beat them all. In order to seek some clarity we asked the men in charge, the trainers, what they thought.


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Durban July Runners


Greyville Saturday 4th July 2015 Best Bets

J&B Met 2015 - Race Day Feature Results

FUTURA has been crowned the winner of the 2015 Grade 1 J&B Met! Ridden to perfection by Bernard Fayd'Herbe and trained by Brett Crawford. Congratulations to owners Messrs John T Freeman, Ian Longmore, and Jack Mitchell. Here is the full Result for the J&B Met 2015, as well as the Gr 1 Investec Cape Derby, and Gr 1 Klawervlei Majorca Stakes ran at Kenilworth on the 31st of January 2015. 

Winner of the 2015 J&B Met - FUTURA - ridden by Bernard Fayd'herbe for Brett Crawford

J&B Met 2015 - Betting & Tips

Winning Form & Magic Tips provide their predicted finish for the upcoming J&B Met at Kenilworth this Saturday the 31st of January. It's a tussle for the top of the bookies board, but the Queen's Plate winner FUTURA currently holds the favorite title. Will he be able to do the double? He'll be hotly contended by Durban July winner LEGISLATE and Triple Crown winner LOUIS THE KING. A cracking race awaits us, so lets see what the experts think ahead of South Africa's 2nd biggest race day. Betting and tips provided, courtesy of WINNING FORM and HOLLYWOODBETS.NET.

Cape Flying Championship 2015 - Preview

L'Ormarins Queen's Plate 2015 - Best Bets

The country's premier mile contest, the Grade 1 L'Ormarins Queen's Plate sees just nine runners go to post but the stage is set for an intriguing and exciting finish. The pace or lack thereof is the obvious issue and without any signs of a pacesetter, the runner that quickens the best in the sprint for home can land the spoils. We provide Magic Tips predictions here courtesy of SA's leading form guide Winning Form.

Betfair Haydock Chase 2014 - Feature Preview