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17 Dec 2014, Wed Tampa Bay Downs 9
17 Dec 2014, Wed Turf Paradise 8
17 Dec 2014, Wed Gulfstream Park 10
17 Dec 2014, Wed Newbury 7
17 Dec 2014, Wed Evangeline Downs 10
17 Dec 2014, Wed Delta Downs 10
17 Dec 2014, Wed Kenilworth 9
17 Dec 2014, Wed Laurel Park 9
17 Dec 2014, Wed Lingfield Park 7
17 Dec 2014, Wed Penn National 9
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United Kingdom United Kingdom 2014-12-17  Kempton Park
 1  Mecado Trainer: Richard Hannon
  Jockey: Tom Marquand
United Kingdom United Kingdom 2014-12-17  Kempton Park
 1  Volunteer Point Trainer: Mick Channon
  Jockey: Charles Bishop
United Kingdom United Kingdom 2014-12-17  Kempton Park
 1  Hill Of Dreams Trainer: Dean Ivory
  Jockey: Pat Cosgrave
United Kingdom United Kingdom 2014-12-17  Kempton Park
 1  Welease Bwian Trainer: Stuart Williams
  Jockey: Aaron Jones
United Kingdom United Kingdom 2014-12-17  Kempton Park
 1  Rizal Park Trainer: Andrew Balding
  Jockey: David Probert
United Kingdom United Kingdom 2014-12-17  Kempton Park
 1  Quest For Wonder Trainer: James Tate
  Jockey: Luke Morris
United Kingdom United Kingdom 2014-12-17  Kempton Park
 1  Haines Trainer: Andrew Balding
  Jockey: David Probert
South Africa South Africa 2014-12-17  Kenilworth
 1  MASTER JAMES Trainer: D Kannemeyer
  Jockey: Karl Neisius
South Africa South Africa 2014-12-17  Kenilworth
 1  LADY OF THE ROCKS Trainer: M W Bass
  Jockey: Aldo Domeyer
South Africa South Africa 2014-12-17  Kenilworth
 1  NEBRA Trainer: S J Snaith
  Jockey: Richard Fourie


What our users say...

"Formgrids is the most exciting thing to come out of racing since I've been around, we on it all the time."

Scott Kenny

Kenilworth Today

Going: Good

False Rail: (m) 5.0

Penetrometer: 22

Weather: Fine

Wind: Head wind

Rainfall: (mm) 24 hours - 0.0
7 days - 0.0

Other Info:

Not Riding


7.35pm 16/12/2014

1. South Africa
2. United Kingdom
3. Austria
4. Cyprus
5. France
6. Hong Kong
7. Ireland
8. Italy
9. Mauritius
10. Netherlands
11. Puerto Rico
12. United Arab Emirates
13. United States
14. Zimbabwe


1. South Africa
2. United Kingdom
3. Cyprus
4. Austria
5. Brazil
6. India
7. Italy
8. Mauritius
9. Puerto Rico
10. Singapore
11. South Korea
12. Turkey
13. United States
14. Zimbabwe


Piere is in deadly form, I cant remember seeing stats like this before



Yesterday I bumped into promoters of the tote PHUMELELA'S Nico Kritsiotis and Vee Moodley at Bedford Center...

Racing Imperative Blog


The Formgrids team wishes to express a big thank you to those loyal racing men and women, who have supported us over the years by advertising on our website, without your support who knows what would have happened to this invaluable asset to the game.

We extend a special thank you to GOLD CIRCLE, TBA and CTS

FORMGRIDS VISITORS @ 1.01pm 03/12/14

Country Active Users on FORMGRIDS are from

1. South Africa
2. United Kingdom
3. Australia
4. Hong Kong
5. Mauritius
6. Netherlands
7. United States
8. Cyprus
9. Germany
10. India
11. Italy
12. Namibia
13. Norway
14. Zimbabwe


1. South Africa
2. Singapore
3. United Kingdom
4. Australia
5. Ireland
6. Argentina
7. France
8. Hong Kong
9. Italy
10. Mauritius
11. Netherlands
12. Oman
13. Thailand
14. United States
15. Zimbabwe

Racing Blog Update

Latest: Brett Maselle's comment on sportingpost article.

Come and see, plus participate (if you wish) the new racing Blog, "Racing Imperative".

This Blog, started by David, intends to highlight and discuss the key issues in racing in SA. It will be informative, (probably) controversial and certainly hard hitting.

"If we can fix the ills in racing we will help ensure racing will live into the future. This is what I want and I am sure many other racing enthusiasts want as well. I would hate to see this sport die out. I love it too much," commented David about his new Blog.

We decided that Formgrids was not the correct forum for this. Formgrids is about providing excellent information in an accessible way. It is positive and in this way Formgrids contributes to get and keep racing exciting.

Click to view the new Racing Imperatve Blog

Video - Andrew Fortune will help punters through December


28/11/2014 Friday night 8.38 and we have visitors from the following countries on Formgrids

1. South Africa
2. Mauritius
3. Netherlands
4. Italy
5. Cyprus
6. France
7. Germany
8. Hong Kong
9. Ireland
10. Malaysia
11. Namibia
12. Thailand
13. Turkey
14. Zimbabwe

Heads up on the impending Version 3 of Formgrids

Version 3 will be a significant upgrade to the current version of Formgrids. We have run into a few delays(such as dealing with some special security measures after an intense cyber attack on Formgrids - which was costly in time and money) and the last few challenges to get it all working 100% right.

You have probably heard by now that there will be a paid subscription section to Formgrids. That is true. However, we have decided not to let down our faithful users.

So the Pro section will mostly contain features you will not have seen before. Only a very few functions on the current site will move to the Pro section. These are mostly pilot functions that we were field testing. They were intended for the Pro section anyway.

So for those of you who cannot or do not want to pay a monthly fee, the site will provide pretty much what it does now. Only better, faster and more reliable. You will always be welcome to join at a later time.

PS: The fee will be very reasonable. We are counting on our faithful to support us.


We at Formgrids salute you, you have made your mark on SA racing and your name goes into the record book alongside South African greatest Jockeys which include Michael Roberts and Gerald Turner.



Wolfgang has worked day and night for many months on version 3 and the good news for Formgrids subscribers is that we are almost ready to launch, Wolf has given me a sneak preview and I am very happy with what I saw.

Unfortunately we may have to implement a monthly charge to help cover costs as it seems I have lost the ongoing battle to keep this fine tool free for racing fans. We have crawled on for the last 10 years without much help from those in positions that could/should help, it has now got to the stage where we are about to lose trained staff due to the fact that they can no longer make ends meet on the salaries we can afford to pay.

For several months Gold Circle has been contributing considerably toward our running costs and a big thank you goes to Graeme Hawkins, Neil Butcher and the GC board, please be sure to support their new bookmaking venture Track and Ball, we are also grateful to the support we receive from the TBA and CTS as well as other advertisers including Phumelela who run a monthly ad with us.


How's this for a good formline

La Grange Racing Syndicate (Nom: Mrs G A Rupert)
Lammerskraal Stud (Nom: Mr M L P Rattray)
Trainer: J Ramsden
Western Winter (USA) - Red Parade by Parade Leader (USA)


FORMGRIDS promotes SA horseracing abroad

It's Friday 24-10-2014 @ 6:05pm and Formgrids has users from:

United Kingdom


South Africa currently has a lot of good jockeys plying their trade, we also have a dozen or so master jockeys, but above all we have Striker.

South Africa has had more than its fair share of great jockeys, I mention a few from the past that come to mind, Martin, Gerald and Roy have passed on, Raymond and Robbie changed professions, Muis retired, Rhys and Bartie both never recovered from injuries, Australia got Jeff, Hong Kong landed Dougie and South Africa by default retains Piere, Andrew, Kevin, Karl and and a few others.

The European art of race riding has for decades been perfected in South Africa, evidence of this was demonstrated when one of South Africa greatest jockeys ever the Mighty Micheal Roberts won the English Jockeys title in the early nineties, unfortunately the multitude of that feat is not fully recognized or understood by the current SA racing hierarchy.

In my opinion the only place where South African riders will battle to compete at first is in the Americas where sectional timing is fully understood and practiced daily on the tight circuits but after some short time our top boys would make the adjustment and compete at the top level.

Piere is one of the worlds best race riders and luckily for SA racing he has not been snapped up by one of the big international racing outfits.