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Baby Love (Rabada) was one of four wins for Gavin Smith on Friday and one of three for S’Manga Khumalo (Pauline Herman Photography).


Gavin Smith edged one win further clear of arch rival Alan Greeff after scoring a four-timer on the Fairview poly yesterday (Friday) and with just two meetings left he is now two wins clear of the latter in his bid to retain the East Cape trainers championship.

Smith goes to 122 wins achieved at a strike rate of 10.13% and Greeff is on 120 wins at 13.06%.

Fourie rode all three of Greeff’s winners and goes to 243 wins for the season, achieved at a strike rate of 22.11%.

He is now just 25 wins behind Keagan de Melo.

Three of Smith’s wins were brought home by S’Manga Khumalo and he goes to 170 wins for the season at 16.04%.

Fourie is well clear in the East Cape Jockeys championship with 97 wins.

Luyolo Mxothwa is next best on 73 with Khumalo third on 59.