Flower Alley grandson scores in Japan

Wilgerbosdrift’s resident sire Flower Alley has been making his presence felt in Japan of late. Just last week Sunday, Flower Alley’s granddaughter Lucky Lilac captured the G1 Queen Elizabeth II Cup at Kyoto, while this Sunday saw four-year-old Meiner Yukitsubaki (a son of Flower Alley’s champion son I’ll Have Another) win the Fukushima Minyu Cup Read more about Flower Alley grandson scores in Japan[…]


Wilgerbosdrift’s ill-fated sire Soft Falling Rain was responsible for his first two-year-old runner and winner of the 2019-2020 South African racing season, when his son Garden Paty made a hugely impressive debut at Turffontein on Saturday. One of two juvenile winners on the day for the combination of Paul Peter and Warren Kennedy, the Wilgerbosdrift Read more about SON OF SOFT FALLING RAIN WOWS ON DEBUT[…]

Impressive debut winner for Flower Alley

Wilgerbosdrift’s exciting resident sire Flower Alley had a very smart looking debut winner at Turffontein on Charity Mile day, when his son Prince Evlanoff won first time out over 1160 metres. Trained by Alec Laird, the Wilgerbosdrift & Mauritzfontein bred colt was always prominent under jockey S’Manga Khumalo and kept going gamely in the closing Read more about Impressive debut winner for Flower Alley[…]