Monday, July 8, 2013

MORE FUN IN KENYA A MUST THIS YEAR! THE DUKE AND DUCHESS OF MANCHESTER WILL HAVE TO BE OF HELP IN KENYA.

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Kenya: Horse Racing - Ngong Takes a Chocolate, Coffee And Tea Flavour



Nairobi — Action continues at Ngong Racecourse this afternoon after that spectacular victory by Dream Boat in the Duke of Manchester Cup and trainer Joe Muya's superb four wins in last Sunday's meeting.
It was a good outing for some of the followers of the " Pick Six jackpot" where Sh600,000 was shared by four punters, a good way to end the cash crunch of the January month.

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The Nation (Nairobi)


Kenya: Horse Racing - Fountain Chases Duke Win


Nairobi — After failing to beat the mighty Martial Art in both the Kenyatta Cup and the Mzee wa Pwani Trophy, the five year old Holy Fountain return to Ngong Racecourse on Sunday afternoon to try and capture the Duke Of Manchester Cup.
During the Kenyatta Cup in October, Holy Fountain then with apprentice Richard Kibet jumped well and headed to the front in the sprint over 1,200m and appeared set to upset Martial Art but just over 200m out the slightly younger Martial Art with 63 kilos stormed home to eventually win the race by a clear two lengths