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.

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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.

Divine Odyssey has not stopped improving


Divine Odyssey, getting better as he matures

Seven Winners In March For Kildonan


Yellow Star based Kildonan is having a purple patch, with seven winners in March alone countrywide and nine places. Five of the wins have been over the past week!

Dark Moon Rising aims high


Dark Moon Rising, a R70,000 buy from the 2015 CTS March Sale, will be aimed at the R4-million Champions Challenge over 2000m at Turffontein on 4 May. This follows his game win in the Listed Kings Cup over 1600m at Greyville on Sunday under Keagan De Melo.

Vercingetorix On Fire!


Maine Chance Farms’ exciting stallion Vercingetorix, currently South Africa’s Leading First Crop Sire by earnings and individual winners, has made an excellent start with his first two-year-olds this season, with this group including the very smart looking Viking Moon

SOFT FALLING RAIN FILLY TOPS CAPE YEARLING SALE


For a second year in a row, a yearling sired by Wilgerbosdrift’s sadly deceased champion Soft Falling Rain proved the star attraction at the Cape Yearling Sale.