Fifth South African winner for Flower Alley

Wilgerbosdrift’s exciting resident stallion Flower Alley was responsible for a fifth individual South African first crop winner when his 2yo daughter Smiley Kylie got off the mark at Greyville on Sunday. Under jockey Warren Kennedy, the Gareth Van Zyl trained filly stayed on gamely to score a cosy, 0.4 of a length maiden win over Read more about Fifth South African winner for Flower Alley[…]

Fire Away relative lands Stephen Foster Stakes

Talented six-year-old Seeking The Soul, a close relative of Wilgerbosdrift’s exciting new stallion Fire Away, punched his ticket to the 2019 G1 Breeders’ Cup Classic when he won the G2 Stephen Foster Stakes Presented by GE Appliances at Churchill Downs on Saturday. Off as the 9-2 third choice with John Velazquez, Seeking the Soul settled Read more about Fire Away relative lands Stephen Foster Stakes[…]

Fourth South African winner for Flower Alley

Wilgerbosdrift’s resident stallion Flower Alley has made a bright start with his first South African runners this season, and the G1 winning son of Distorted Humor made headlines yet again when his two-year-old son Parterre became Flower Alley’s fourth South African winner when scoring on Friday. Making just his second start, the Alan Greeff trained Read more about Fourth South African winner for Flower Alley[…]

Flower Alley relative wins Penn Mile

Talented US three-year-old Moon Colony, the impressive winner of Saturday’s G2 Penn Mile, hails from the immediate family of Wilgerbosdrift’s well performed resident sire Flower Alley. Moon Colony, who took his record to three from just seven starts when running out a comfortable 1.25 length winner of Saturday’s $500 000, is a son of Uncle Read more about Flower Alley relative wins Penn Mile[…]