CTS graduates Flichity By Farr and Rocket Countdowh, along with Fiorella, were added to the list of Vodacom Durban July hopefuls at the first supplementary entry stage this week.

CTS grads added to Durban July entries


CTS graduates Flichity By Farr and Rocket Countdowh, along with Fiorella, were added to the list of Vodacom Durban July hopefuls at the first supplementary entry stage this week.

  • CTS graduates dominate RA nominations


    CTS graduates Dagmar, Green Plains, Secret Potion, Hero’s Honour, Lobo’s Legend, Attenborough, Surcharge, Takingthepeace, The Thinker and Fortissima have been nominated in respective categories for the Racing Association Awards on 23 May.

  • Stallion Auction


    The Cape Breeders Club (CBC) will be staging an open Stallion Services Auction on Thursday 24 May, starting at 10am am before the BSA broodmare sale at the Mistico Equestrian Centre.

  • CPYS graduate takes Camellia Stakes


    The 2017 Gr2 SA Fillies Nursery winner Green Plains finally recaptured her winning game almost a year after winning the big one when she skated clear of her field to capture the R400 000 Gr2 Camellia Stakes at Turffontein on Saturday.

  • Woodruff celebrates long-awaited Oaks win


    Trainer Geoff Woodruff has waited eleven long years to celebrate another Gr1 SA Oaks title and the veteran trainer did it in style with Elusive Fort’s daughter Secret Potion enjoying the test of stamina to register a career peak victory.

  • Khan wins his 4th Derby on CTS purchase


    Jockey Mark Khan won his fourth G1 South African Derby with a polished display on R300,000 CTS Ready To Run purchase Hero’s Honour at Turffontein on Saturday.

  • 20k CTS bargain buy wins Listed feature


    Most would say she is unfashionably bred and she only cost R20 000 at the 2016 CTS March Yearling Sale.
    But Too Phat To Fly can run on her day and she stormed home to register her first stakes triumph to take her earnings close on R300 000 in the R150 000 Listed Sweet Chestnut Stakes at Kenilworth on Saturday.