Fourth winner for Soft Falling Rain

Wilgerbosdrift’s short-lived sire Soft Falling Rain has made a big impression with his first two-year-olds this season, and the former Equus Champion was responsible for his fourth first crop winner this weekend when his 2yo son Alramz made a winning debut at Turffontein on Saturday. Bred by Highlands (also breeders of Soft Falling Rain himself), Read more about Fourth winner for Soft Falling Rain[…]

Saturday double for Flower Alley

Wilgerbosdrift’s proven G1 sire Flower Alley was responsible for his first South African winners on Saturday, when his 2yo daughters Keep Smiling and Rille won impressively at Turffontein and Kenilworth respectively. The Sean Tarry trained Keep Smiling became Flower Alley’s very first South African winner when she flew up late to land a maiden juvenile Read more about Saturday double for Flower Alley[…]

Wilgerbosdrift colt sets new South African record!

Wilgerbosdrift made history on Wednesday when their Masaki made R9 000 000 to top the first day of the 2019 Emperors Palace National Yearling Sale. Catalogued as lot 184, the striking son of Silvano was knocked down to Mike de Kock on behalf of Shadwell South Africa for a new South African record price paid for a Read more about Wilgerbosdrift colt sets new South African record![…]