Jockey Muzi Yeni will have a bounce in his step as he arrives at the Vaal on Monday after his second success in the grade 2 Peermont Emperors Palace Charity Mile in the space of three years.

The 33 year-old is often a major player in big races — he finished a close second on Got The Greenlight in the 2020 Vodacom Durban July, and at Turffontein on Saturday he brought back memories of his 2018 win on Coral Fever...

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