Trainer Tobie Spies has enjoyed a good 2019 KZN Champions Season and the stable bagged another minor feature when the well-supported CTS graduate What You Are raced clear to win Saturday’s Listed Devon Air Stakes over 1400m at Greyville.

Well-fancied What You Are wins Listed Devon Air Stakes


Trainer Tobie Spies has enjoyed a good 2019 KZN Champions Season and the stable bagged another minor feature when the well-supported CTS graduate What You Are raced clear to win Saturday’s Listed Devon Air Stakes over 1400m at Greyville.

New Stakes-Winner for Sebring


Unfancied in Saturday’s Listed BRC Radiotab The Wayne Wilson Plate (1600m), the Tony McEvoy-trained Vinland provided South African born jockey Barend Vorster with the perfect welcome to Queensland.

UK owner Brennan off the mark with CTS buy


CTS has conveyed their best wishes and warm congratulations to UK-based owner Dale Brennan, who supported our Ready To Run Sale last year and came away with two purchases, including the R900,000 colt Dublin Quays, a debut winner at the Vaal on Tuesday.

CTS runners prominent in Greyville features


Runners purchased at CTS Sales again acquitted themselves well in the feature races staged at Greyville on Saturday. Midway through the 2019 KZN Champions Season, CTS graduates continue to show prominently, courtesy of a growing number of quality top-level performances.

Flying The Flag and The United States – Weekend Gr1 Wins For Full Sisters!


Two young stallions in South Africa, interestingly both by Galileo and out of Pivotal mares, each received another significant boost when their full sisters each took home another UK Gr1 over the weekend.

CTS graduates take first five places in Gr1 Tsogo Sun


Graduates of various CTS Sales achieved the remarkable feat of filling the first five places in the Gr1 Tsogo Sprint over 1200m, the headline attraction at the festival of sprints held at Scottsville on Saturday.

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The stud staff of our farms are really the back bone of the industry, they are hands-on horsemen and women, assisting in foaling, raising yearlings for the sales and making sure that the objective of raising healthy racehorses is reached.