Good news for South African horseracing fans is that the Kentucky Derby meeting will be broadcast loud and proud on Tellytrack on Saturday 2 May, with full betting
The Mike de Kock-trained UAE Derby winner will become the first South African-trained horse to take part in one of the world’s most famous race, the Kentucky Derby, and the action will be screened live on TellyTrack at 00h24 on Sunday morning.
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The 2015 KZN Champions Season will be officially launched at Greyville on Saturday with the running of the R600 000 Gr2 KRA Guineas. With hometown hero Harry’s Son a shock withdrawal in midweek, the race looks wide open.