Wilgerbosdrift dominated the finish to Sunday’s Listed Sunshine Sweepstake Algoa Cup, otherwise known as PE’s July, when the Wilgerbosdrift bred Nebula beat the Wilgerbosdrift bred Ollivander by two and a quarter lengths. Both Nebula and Ollivander are sons of champion sire Silvano, with the latter also responsible for Wilgerbosdrift’s bred and owned G1 winning fillies Read more about ALGOA CUP DOUBLE FOR NEBULA![…]


Wilgerbosdrift’s highly successful, and red hot, sire Flower Alley enjoyed another notable double over this past weekend. His double commenced when the 2005 Travers Stakes winner’s flashily named daughter Icrywheni’mdrunk got off the mark at Woodbine on Friday. Three-year-old Icrywheni’mdrunk held on gamely to score on the all weather track, over 1000m, by a nose. Read more about DOUBLE FOR IN-FORM FLOWER ALLEY[…]

Flower Alley son a probable for Breeders’ Cup

Wilgerbosdrift’s exciting sire Flower Alley could be represented this year at the Breeders’ Cup, due to be run at Del Mar on November 3rd and 4th. His son Bullards Alley, a record breaking 10.75 length winner of Sunday’s G1 Pattison Canadian International, is among the probable contenders for the Breeders’ Cup Turf next month. A Read more about Flower Alley son a probable for Breeders’ Cup[…]

Bullards Alley lands Canadian International

Wilgerbosdrift’s exciting resident stallion Flower Alley was represented by his fourth individual G1 winner when his son Bullards Alley landed the G1 Pattison Canadian International at Woodbine on Sunday in record breaking fashion. Sent off a 42-1 long-shot for the $800 000 contest, Bullards Alley won by a record breaking margin of 10.75 lengths – the Read more about Bullards Alley lands Canadian International[…]