I do not know the exact location. His 1st Bombay Lacers entry says he was wounded between Lindley and Bethlehem.
Stirling says Brabant's Horse were involved in the capture of Bethlehem, 6th - 8th July and they had crossed the Zand River on 29th June so the engagement on 3rd July possibly took place north east of Senekal as they had incurred injuries around Senekal 26th to 29th June.
I am looking into J Cairne/Cairns of 2nd Brabant's Horse.
His group came up in February 2011:
QSA (3); 1914 Star (Capt E Lancs); BWM and VM (Major); IGS 1908 (1) Waziristan 19-21 (Major RE). Liverpool Medals February 2011 £800.
I last recorded part of it in 2018 at British Medals where only the QSA (3) was offered. It is no longer on offer.
I wonder why/how the group became split. Apparently the QSA is named to Cairne so perhaps someone thought they were two different recipients. The QSA was a later issue so the style of naming is non-standard. Perhaps this added to the doubt?
QSA (4) 4 CC Wep Tr Witt (1782 Pte F. Baum Cape M.R.)
KSA (2) (1782 Pte F. Baum Cape M.R.)
Felix Lutge enlisted at Grahamstown 19/6/88 aged 18, changed his name to Baum, served with 1Troop 1/1/90, B Sqn 1/10/93, HQ 1/4/94, Artillery, C Sqn 11/7/08, re-mustered in SAMR 23/6/14 retired to pension 18/6/20, appears to have only home service in WW1, also issued CGHGSM Bechuanaland clasp, 1906 LSGC, 1911 Coronation Medal and probably just a WW1 BWM.