'I will bring fame for my family by racing'
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South Africa's proud horse racing history

Thirteen-year-old Lubabalo Gibson dreams of carrying on his family legacy and becoming a professional jockey.

BBC Africa Eye follows his journey as he takes part in a major horse race as part of a rite of passage passed down through the generations of Xhosa men in South Africa's Eastern Cape.

Produced and directed by: Christopher Clark; filmed by: Shaun Swingler; edited by: Bernard Kotze; executive producer: Diana Neille

  • 03 May 2019
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