alec forbes

A trio to watch

PUBLISHED: February 4, 2015

David Thiselton
Summerveld trainer Alistair Gordon has a feeling that Assegai loves the polytrack and, together with stable jockey Alec Forbes, has chances with him and two other runners at Greyville on Friday night. Forbes also has a great chance of opening the meeting with a winner on the Dennis Bosch-trained Seek The Summit.

dennis drier trainer lk

Exciting times ahead for Drier yard

PUBLISHED: February 4, 2015

David Thiselton
Maestro Summerveld trainer Dennis Drier and his string will make their way back from Cape Town today, having ended their campaign on a high note with two winners and a feature race second at the J&B Met meeting at Kenilworth on Saturday, and the yard has a lot to look forward to as they have a host of exciting horses in the yard.

Andrew Fortune

Fortune back in action

PUBLISHED: February 3, 2015

Michael Clower
Andrew Fortune returns to action for the first time in nearly three months at Kenilworth today when he partners Around Not Across for Joey Ramsden in the Futura Maiden Plate.

Paul Lafferty

Lafferty to open Dubai stable

PUBLISHED: February 3, 2015

David Thiselton
Summerveld trainer Paul Lafferty will soon be opening a new chapter in his colourful life as he plans to open an international stable in Dubai.

Trippi

Dynasty and Trippi lead the way

PUBLISHED: February 3, 2015

David Thiselton
Dynasty and Trippi look set to fight out the National Sires title after their respective progeny, the Brett Crawford-trained Futura and the Mike Bass-trained Inara, both completed back to back Gr 1 victories at Kenilworth on Saturday.