Champion trainer Sean Tarry says the decision by the Oppenheimer family to throw a lifeline to racing is an enormous relief for horse racing, which has been under the cosh in recent months.

Somewhat poetically, it was last Friday (May 8) when many Britons were honouring the part played by Winston Churchill on the 75th anniversary of the end of World War 2, that another famous family, the Oppenheimers, rode to the rescue of SA horse racing...

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