Soft Falling Rain filly lifts Debutante Stakes

Wilgerbosdrift’s late stallion Soft Falling Rain has made a big impression with his first two-year-olds this season, and the former Equus Champion was represented by his first graded stakes winner when his promising 2yo daughter Montreal Mist won the G2 Gagasi FM Debutante Stakes at Hollywoodbets Greyville on Saturday. Trained by Sean Tarry, Montreal Mist Read more about Soft Falling Rain filly lifts Debutante Stakes[…]

Kenilworth success for Flower Alley

Wilgerbosdrift’s resident sire Flower Alley has made a very encouraging start with his first South African 2yos this season, and the G1 winning son of Distorted Humor was responsible for a seventh first South African crop winner at Kenilworth on Saturday. Promising two-year-old gelding Bayberry became his sire’s seventh local 2yo winner this season when Read more about Kenilworth success for Flower Alley[…]

Son of Flower Alley heads sires list

Wilgerbosdrift’s G1 winning sire Flower Alley, whose first 2yos in South Africa this season have made a big impression, is responsible for the Leading Fourth Crop Sire currently standing in North America. Respected publication, TDN, have Flower Alley’s champion son I’ll Have Another as the Leading Fourth Crop Sire, with I’ll Have Another’s 160 runners Read more about Son of Flower Alley heads sires list[…]

Sixth South African winner for Flower Alley

Wilgerbosdrift’s well established sire Flower Alley was responsible for a sixth winner from his first South African crop when his two-year-old daughter Pomander shed her maiden emphatically at Turffontein on Saturday afternoon. Trained by Mike de Kock, Pomander caught the eye when romping home to post a 4.5 length maiden, under Luke Ferraris, over 2000 Read more about Sixth South African winner for Flower Alley[…]

12th first crop winner for Soft Falling Rain

Wilgerbosdrift’s late sire Soft Falling Rain came up with his 12th first crop winner when his two-year-old son Hardfallingrain ran out a courageous winner at Kenilworth on Tuesday. Trained by Glen Kotzen, the Narrow Creek Stud bred Hardfallingrain dug down deep to score a thrilling short head win, when prevailing in a tight finish to Read more about 12th first crop winner for Soft Falling Rain[…]