VARIOUS refinements have been made to the 2011 Phumelela Summer-Autumn Feature Race Season programme.

THE Sansui Summer Cup 2010 is ready to soar as the City of Johannesburg comes on board as a supporting partner for the 2010 event on Saturday 27 November at Turffontein.

CoJ recognises the potential economic impact an event like this can have on the city and is proud to call themselves a supporting partner. The value proposition impact is significant in terms of revenue, infrastructure, job creation, CSI development and the sustainability of the event. The Sansui Summer Cup will also have a positive impact on both the city and Turffontein precinct.


THE coupling of stable companions and the first-timer rule will not apply to TAB’s Jackpot bet on South African races from this Monday 1 November.

This important rule change brings the Jackpot on South African racing in line with TAB’s Jackpot on international races for which neither the coupling nor first-timer rules apply.


PHUMELELA is delighted to announce that two members of its executive management team have been appointed to the board.

John Stuart, Director International Marketing and Sales, and Betting Executive Vee Moodley have been appointed International Executive Director and Betting Executive Director respectively.

Stuart has worked in the tote industry since 1979, when he joined the then TAB KwaZulu-Natal as Internal Auditor. He went on to become Assistant General Manager and joined Phumelela in 1997 as Business Development Manager. After occupying various roles in the organisation, he took over the International Division in May 2006.


THE Charity Mile, which brings together top racehorses and famous people in aid of charity, has become one of the highlights of Phumelela’s Spring-Summer Feature Race Season and will be sponsored by Peermont and Emperors Palace for the second year running.

Emperors Palace Chief Operating Officer Bob Yearham said: "On behalf of the Peermont Group and Emperors Palace I am especially delighted that for the second year in succession we are the principal sponsor of Charity Mile. Our association with this race goes back a number of years and we look forward to this year’s event being even more special than last year - and hope in years to come that every Charity Mile becomes an occasion not to be missed.’’


SOUTH AFRICAN horseracing fans will be treated to a scintillating display of race-riding skills next month when world-famous Christophe Soumillon will lead some of the best international jockeys in a clash with South Africa’s top riders in a two-legged International Jockeys’ Challenge.

Four Challenge races will be run at each of the two legs. The first leg of the Challenge will be at Turffontein Racecourse in Johannesburg on Friday evening 12 November when the magic of racing under lights will add excitement to a grand occasion, and the second at Kenilworth Racecourse in Cape Town on Sunday afternoon 14 November.


All To Come betting slip
TAB is delighted to announce that its exciting new All To Come bet will be launched this Friday, 1 October 2010. The bet gives horseplayers the chance to win big for small amounts. The All To Come enables Win or Place bets on horses in different races at the same race meeting to be combined into one accumulative bet. This is how it works: * Choose the horses you want to include in your All To Come - you can select only one horse per race and you must include a minimum of two races and a maximum of six. * You can choose to bet Win or Place on each horse you have selected. * Choose the amount you want to spend (R6 minimum).
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