Racehorse trainer Frank Robinson has been found guilty of using racist language on social media but can resume running horses.
Racing officials in South Africa have suspended racehorse trainer Frank Robinson while it investigates his alleged use of racist language.
According to reports, a number of arrests have been made after scenes of mayhem at Fairview racecourse.
A G1 double at Greyville for jockey Diego De Gouveia gave him a big boost in the TRC global rankings.
Jockey Piere Strydom, closing in on a century of winners at G1 level, is the big mover in the Thoroughbred Racing Commentary global rankings.
South African legend Mike de Kock wants the EU to speed up its audit of export protocols so he can unleash five-time G1 winner Hawwaam on the world stage.
South African rider Brandon Morgenrood has been handed a lifetime ban in New Zealand over plans to engineer a mid-race fall for his ex-partner.
South Africa’s racing authority has announced that horse racing will resume on Monday June 1 on a behind-closed-doors basis.