Wilgerbosdrift’s sensational young stallion Fire Away was the toast of Turffontein on Thursday, when progeny of Fire Away won both juvenile races on the Turffontein card.Fire Away’s classy son Fire ‘N Flames claimed the second race at Turffontein, while Fire Away’s two-year-old daughter Egyptian Mau made a winning debut when she stormed home to win Read more about Sixth winner for Fire Away[…]
Wilgerbosdrift’s well performed young sire Fire Away has made a very encouraging start with his first yearlings on sale this year, and the son of War Front was again to the fore at the 2022 National Yearling Sale. Fire Away, who was the Leading First Season Sire at the Cape Yearling Sale earlier this year, Read more about Fire Away strikes at National Sale[…]
Wilgerbosdrift’s successful G1 winning stallion Flower Alley looks to have come up with another exciting three-year-old in the form of Reunion.The latter made a stunning, winning debut on the Turffontein Inside Track on Saturday afternoon when slamming some well bred rivals to win as he liked over 1600 metres. Trained by Paul Peter, the Wilgerbosdrift Read more about Flower Alley colt wows on debut[…]
Wilgerbosdrift’s deceased sire Soft Falling Rain had a fine trot of things this week, and was responsible for a quartet of winners over the past two days, with his offspring winning a pair of races at the Vaal on Thursday and another two races on Friday at Fairview. Soft Falling Rain’s four winners were headed Read more about Four winners in two days for Soft Falling Rain[…]
Sky Flower, a four-year-old daughter of Wilgerbosdrift’s exciting sire Flower Alley, impressed with her first feature race win on Saturday. Trained by Gerald Brookes, Sky Flower landed the Latonia Stakes, over 1600m, at Turfway Park in eye catching fashion, despite being bumped at the start. The filly put a length and a quarter between herself Read more about FLOWER ALLEY FILLY BLOOMS IN US FEATURE[…]
The Wilgerbosdrift owned Monks Hood stamped himself as a colt with a very bright future when making a winning debut for trainer Alistair Gordon at Scottsville on Saturday. Monks Hood, a two-year-old son of Querari, romped home by seven and a half lengths, over 1400m, first time out on Saturday and he looks well above Read more about MONKS HOOD IMPRESSIVE AT SCOTTSVILLE![…]
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