This year marks the 100th running of the Gold Cup which has been postponed to the 29 August due to the Coronavirus-enforced closure of horseracing during April and May this year.
Last weekend saw the Vodacom Durban July proceed, albeit behind closed doors, and with the pandemic still yet to reach its peak in
South Africa, the same inevitable decision to run the Gold Cup as a broadcast only event, has been made.
In addition to the Gold Cup, the race meeting features four Grade 1 races in the Champions Cup, Mercury Sprint, Premiers Champions Stakes and the Thekwini Stakes, which together form part of a bumper 10 feature race card.
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