Terry Andrews of Sorrento Stud said on Monday: “I’m not exaggerating when I say we have a super draft consigned to the CTS Ready To Run Sale this year. We’ve got eight two-year-olds listed and they’re all nice, every one of them!”

Sorrento’s are “all really nice!”


Terry Andrews of Sorrento Stud said on Monday: “I’m not exaggerating when I say we have a super draft consigned to the CTS Ready To Run Sale this year.

  • Winter is a happy time


    THE stable has enjoyed a nice flow of winners in Gauteng this winter and a double at Turffontein Saturday saw the seasonal tally rise to 126 for a 17% winning strike rate, the best in the land.

  • CPYS 2019 is scheduled for Sun Met week


    Cape Thoroughbred Sales (CTS) has announced the eagerly anticipated dates for the renewal of the Cape Premier Yearling Sale, to be held at the Cape Town International Convention Centre on Wednesday 23 and Thursday 24 January 2019.

  • Racing industry facing possible major shake-up.


    The board of directors of Phumelela has just confirmed in a sens-announcement that it has engaged in initial conceptual discussions
  • He came, he saw, he conquered. Multiple champion jockey Jeff Lloyd’s fleeting swansong visit to South Africa added an emotional and fascinating dimension to the Vodacom Durban July build-up in 2018. The legend of the riding ranks proved his popularity, and his sincere public relations and genuine warmth can serve as an example to all of his colleagues.

  • No myths around flashy Doublemint


    IF there were fewer myths and half-truths in racing we’d all be happier, and punters will probably be winning more often.

  • Fiery Do It Again gave therapist sleepless nights


    THE “stories behind the story” are what make horseracing so rich in the literature it provides every day, most of which go unreported because there are simply too many horses, too many breeders, owners, trainers and jockeys and not enough journalists employed in racing to put the countless tales of triumph and defeat down on paper.