‘Riding For A Fall’ is a racing thriller from South African-based veteran who announced retirement after more than 50 years in December 2020.
Muzi Yeni and Grant van Niekirk were both suspended for a fortnight after winning G1 races at Turffontein.
The former England one-day cricket star is now an integral part of his family’s Ridgemont Highlands racing and breeding team.
Sheikh Hamdan’s five-time G1 winner in South Africa to be campaigned in Britain this season.
His first G1 of the the season, with Queen Supreme at Kenilworth, gives the trainer a lift in the Thoroughbred Racing Commentary charts.
The former Racing Post and Sporting life reporter calls it a day after more than 50 years in journalism.
South African trainer Paul Peter got a 10pt boost on the global rankings thanks to Summer Pudding’s Summer Cup victory.
Racehorse trainer Frank Robinson has been found guilty of using racist language on social media but can resume running horses.