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Canford Cliffs

Canford Cliffs son goes two out of three

Sir Hamilton, whose sire Canford Cliffs will stand at Highlands Stud in 2018, made it two wins from just three outings when scoring at Kempton on Wednesday. The lightly raced three-year-old, whose only defeat came on his debut,  hit the front with a furlong to go in the one mile novice stakes and stayed on […]

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Flower Alley

Flower Alley granddaughter named champion in Japan

WIlgerbosdrift’s high class stallion Flower Alley is broodmare sire of 2017 Japanese champion Lucky Lilac. The latter was named Japan’s Champion 2YO Filly on Tuesday, following an unbeaten first season last year. Lucky Lilac (from the first crop of Triple Crown winner Orfevre) won all three of her outings in 2017, including the G1 Hanshin […]

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Wilgerbosdrift young sires set to shine

Wilgerbosdrift’s two young stallions Flower Alley and Soft Falling Rain are both set to make their South African sales debut at the 2018 Cape Premier Yearling Sale later this month. Former G1 Travers Stakes winner, and top class stallion, Flower Alley enjoyed a magnificent year in 2017, and was both sire and broodmare sire of […]

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Champion sprinter debuts at Premier Sale

Klawervlei Stud based champion Captain Of All is set to make his sales debut as a stallion at the 2018 Cape Premier Yearling Sale this month. The Riverton Stud bred bay was an exceptional racehorse and Equus Champion Sprinter of 2014-2015. Captain Of All, who also took high ranking on Longines World’s Best Racehorse Rankings […]

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Silvano filly impressive on debut

Maine Chance Farms’ reigning champion sire Silvano had an eye catching debut winner at Durbanville on Tuesday when his daughter Indian Song won for in-form trainer Candice Bass-Robinson over 1250m. The three-year-old impressed with a well off the pace, last to first move which saw Indian Song romp home to a clear cut two and […]

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What A Winter

Champion Sprinter on fire

Former triple Equus Champion What A Winter made it four winners from his last five runners (another runner was second) when his son What A Summer scorched home to register a breakthrough win at Durbanville on Tuesday. Bred by the Favour Stud, What A Summer became the30th  winner from his sire’s first crop when he […]

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Seventh G1 win for Greys Inn champion

Rosedene Stud’s resident sire Greys Inn is responsible for the brilliant Legal Eagle, who dug down deep to record a third consecutive win in the G1 L’Ormarins Queen’s Plate at Kenilworth on Saturday. In the process, the ever green six-year-old pushed his earnings well past R10.5 million and the Sean Tarry trained Legal Eagle looks […]

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Philanthropist son entered for Classic Mile

Drakenstein Stud’s in-form sire Philanthropist could be represented in the Hong Kong  Classic Mile this year. His high-class Drakenstein Stud bred son Singapore Sling is one of 15 horses entered for the Classic Mile, scheduled to take place on January 21st. The Classic Mile, a traditional lead up to the Hong Kong Derby, is a […]

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Ideal World

Weekend four timer for Ideal World

Mauritzfontein’s resident sire Ideal World has been in tremendous form in 2017-2018, with the son of Kingmambo represented by a flurry of winners in recent weeks. The regally bred Ideal World was at it again this weekend when he was represented by four more winners, with his weekend winners including an eye catching two-year-old winner. […]

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Mambo In Seattle colt sizzles in Sea Cottage victory

Moutonshoek’s successful resident sire Mambo In Seattle looks to have a top class colt on his hands in the form of Majestic Mambo. The latter made it three wins from as many outings when romping to a two and a quarter length win in the Listed Sea Cottage Stakes  at Turffontein on Sunday and Majestic […]

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