Thank you to all who wrote into the NHRA to request the exclusion of the Restricted Race Earnings in the National Statistics for Breeders & Stallions – your appeal was heard and the NHRA have adjusted the National Statistics. Please go to http://www.sportingpost.co.za/2013/07/26/breeding/restricted-races-policy/ to read the full article.
Second local winner for Seul Amour First crop sire Seul Amour, whose first South African crop are now two, had the second winner from a small first crop of foals when Princess of Troy won a good race for the Justin Snaith stable on Friday. Seul Amour has now had two winners from his first […]
8 for Rebel King! Klawervlei’s locally bred champion, Rebel King, has made a pleasing start to his stud career. One of the country’s leading first crop sires, Rebel King was represented by his eighth individual juvenile winner when the Gary Player Stud Farm bred Milynne made a winning debut at the Vaal on Thursday afternoon. […]
Oratorio third in World Rankings Avontuur’s world-class new sire Oratorio has consistently been building an increasingly impressive resume over the past few season. The champion’s latest accomplishment is to number an equal third on the world’s leading sire of black type winners during 2012. This places Oratorio in such elite company, as his 12 stakes […]
Smart win for R3 000 000 yearling The imposing Master Of My Fate made it back to back wins when running out a facile winner of the seventh race at Clairwood Park on Wednesday afternoon. Competing in a handicap over 1450m, the colt took his record to two wins from just three outings, when putting on a […]
The Lion Roars! The talented Heart of a Lion, who lines up in Saturday’s R600 000 Premier’s Champion Stakes, has been a great credit to his first season sire Seul Amour. The colt, who is from the small first local crop of Seul Amour, has won his last three on the trot for trainer Gavin Van […]
SA mare has smart Irish winner Former top-class South African racemare Kournikova (Sportsworld) is the dam of a horse who recently pulled off a hatrick of wins in Ireland. Pearl of Africa, a 3yo daughter of Jeremy, made it three wins on the bounce when she scored at the Curragh on Saturday. Competing on the […]
Trippi’s International winners Leading local sire Trippi had a fantastic weekend with impressive winners on two different continents! In Cape Town, Trippi’s juvenile daughter Pemba Island made an impressive winning debut for trainer Justin Snaith and owners Drakenstein Stud, Dr and Mrs Jacobs, and Ingrid and Markus Jooste. The 1000m maiden plate, was, in fact, […]
IMPORTANT NOTICE Breeders are reminded that the Foal Registration Applications must be received by the Stud Book Department before 31 July. The Applications must be complete, the foal names chosen and the fees submitted. If this has not been done the application will not be regarded as having been received and penalties will be imposed.
Come and celebrate the triumphs of the Cape Turf Champions at the Cape Breeders & Racing Association Cape Racing Awards at Nooitgedacht, Stellenbosch on Thursday 8th August – book now before space runs out … email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com now to confirm your place Award Horse Breeder Champion 2 Year Old Colt […]