Jay Peg, who has been based at Klawervlei Stud in Robertson since retiring to stud, will return to the Hemel ‘N Aarde stud for the 2016 breeding season.
The son of Camden Park arrived at Hemel ‘N Aarde on August 2nd, and he looks sure to be well received this season.
An outstanding racehorse, Jay Peg was South Africa’s Equus Champion 3yo Male Classic Horse in 2007, when his wins included both the G1 Cape Guineas and G1 Cape Derby. Exported to Dubai, Jay Peg went on to enjoy huge success on the international stage, where his wins included both the G1 Dubai Duty Free and G1 Singapore International Cup.
The champion returned to South Africa for stud duties, and Jay Peg retired to stud at Klawervlei in 2009 having banked more than R40 000 000 for his connections.
From the great A P Indy male line (also responsible for current Cape sire sensation Judpot), Jay Peg is a well established sire.
His first crop included four stakes horses, including G3 Cape Nursery hero Flash Drive and G3 Protea Stakes winner Olympic Owen.
Other notable stakes performers sired by Jay Peg include former star Cape filly Hot Affair (G3 Kenilworth Fillies Nursery, Listed Perfect Promise Sprint), G3 Cup Trial winner Exit Here, G3 Jacaranda Handicap winner Peggy Jay, the G1 filly She’s A Dragon, and R2.7 million plus earner Victorious Jay.
The former Equus Champion also has a number of smart looking newly turned 3yos to represent him this season –including Listed East Cape Nursery runner up Bollemakiesie.
Out of the Al Mufti mare Laptop Lady, Jay Peg is a half brother to eight winners, including G3 Lebelo Sprint winner Cyber Case.