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SA jocks rule

PUBLISHED: November 18, 2014

Michael Clower
The South African jockeys walloped the visitors at Kenilworth on Sunday, following up their three-one triumph at Turffontein on Saturday by taking all four international races.

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Classic ‘quinella’ for Shaw

PUBLISHED: November 17, 2014

South African trainer Patrick Shaw not only captured his second Singapore Gold Cup with Argentinian-bred stayer Quechua on Sunday, but for good measure, also his second quinella (exacta) in the time-honoured classic.

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Tevez on target

PUBLISHED: November 17, 2014

Michael Clower
Cape Merchants king Mike Bass did it again at Kenilworth yesterday, winning this hugely competitive handicap for the seventh time in 17 years and, for good measure, sending out three of the first four.

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Earl is one to follow

PUBLISHED: November 17, 2014

David Thiselton
The Alec Laird-trained National Assembly gelding Earl Of Derby ran a cracking second in the Gr 2 Victory Moon Stakes over 1800m at Turffontein on Saturday and this should have booked him his place in the Gr 1 Sansui Summer Cup, to be run over 2000m on November 29.

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Big day for Zackey and Zechner

PUBLISHED: November 17, 2014

David Thiselton
Small string Turffontein trainer Tyrone Zackey has made a habit over the years of mixing it with the big boys in the country’s major races and looks set to make an impact again this year after winning the Gr 2 Victory Moon Stakes over 1800m at Turffontein on Saturday with Judicial, having earlier watched his colt Front Rank win a highly competitive three-year-old handicap in facile fashion.