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SON OF SEUL AMOUR SHOWS PROMISE Vanree’s young stallion, Seul Amour, has sired a very promising sort from his first crop of local runners. The Zabeel son is responsible for the promising 2yo, Heart Of A Lion. The latter made it back to back wins, when landing a juvenile plate over 1400 metres. Bred by […]

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Captain’s cracking crop

Captain’s cracking crop Leading sire Captain Al has a phenomenal crop of two-year-olds this season – even by his high standards. The 16 year old son of Al Mufti had another two stakes winners emerging from his 2010 crop when Zambezi Torrent (Gatecrasher Stakes) and Pure Power (Irridescence Stakes) won feature races on Saturday. On […]

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Langerman winner for sensational first crop sire

Langerman winner for sensational first crop sire Highlands Farm’s exciting young sire Antonius Pius has made a superb start to his stud career. South Africa’s leading first crop was represented by the third stakes winner from his first local crop of 2yos, when Antonius Du Bois won Saturday’s Gr3 Langerman, worth R150 000, at Kenilworth. Antonius […]

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Oratorio colt stamps himself a world class racehorse

Oratorio colt stamps himself a world class racehorse Avontuur’s world class stallion Oratorio’s remarkable season just gets better and better! On Sunday, his son Biz The Nurse became the first 3yo in 27 years to land one of Italy’s premier contests, the Gp1 Gran Premio di Milano. In the process, not only did Biz The […]

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Classy Boland yearlings on offer at KZN Sale

Eugene Freeman’s Boland Stud has a strong and attractive group of yearlings bound for this year’s KZN Yearling Sale. Boland are proud to offer 13 yearlings at the KZN Sale, and the Stud are also consigning four yearlings as agent. The first of the Boland yearlings to come under the hammer is lot 5, a […]

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First winner for Argonaut

First winner for Argonaut Champion Argonaut was represented by his first winner from his first crop of 2yos on Wednesday. The Alistair Gordon trained Copybook, bred by Mr C Gregson, won a good race at Scottsville, breaking his maiden impressively at just the second time of asking. His sire Argonaut was an outstanding 2yo, who […]

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querari foal

Cracking first foals for Querari

Querari, Oasis Dream’s only G1 winning son in South Africa, has made a promising start to his stud career. The Maine Chances Farm resident sire is throwing some truly magnificent first foals, and, if they are anything to go by, Querari looks a welcome addition to the South African stallion ranks! A top-class racehorse, Querari, […]

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Red another stakes winner for top broodmare

Lammerskraal’s resident broodmare Nacarat has built up a tremendous record since she retired to stud. A useful racemare, Nacarat (a daughter of former Horse of the Year Pas de Quoi) won four times up to 1400 metres before retiring to an illustrious stud career. As a half-sister to the Gr1 winners Set Afire (Gold Challenge) […]

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TBA CEO’s Blog – Monday 3rd June

TBA CEO’s Blog – Monday 3rd June To get Black Friday over with…I apologise to everyone who received sms’s in error on Friday. Our database supplier had a technical glitch that sent out repeat SMS’s to many of you in error requesting payment for NYS13. In fact some of you received SMS’s selling Life Cover […]

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Sadler’s dominates classic weekend

Sadler’s dominates classic weekend It was a case of Sadler’s Wells domination in the weekend’s classic races. Not only did his son Galileo sire Investec Derby winner Ruler of the World and Investec Oaks runner up Secret Gesture, but Galileo’s son New Approach, whose first crop are now three, was responsible for the Derby runner […]

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