Wilgerbosdrift’s inform stallion Flower Alley followed up a double on Tuesday when he came up with an eye catching debut winner at the Vaal on Thursday.
His two-year-old daughter Perfect Witness made the perfect start to her racing career on Tuesday when making a winning debut at the Vaal.
Under Nathan Klink, the Candice Dawson trained filly powered home to score by more than a length a a quarter, while making a winning debut over 1200 metres.
Out of the Albarahin mare Fakazi, Perfect Witness was bred by James Armitage.
She is the third winner for Flower Alley since Tuesday, with the former Travers Stakes winner’s sons Foreign Field and Twin Turbo both winning at Turffontein on Tuesday.
A son of champion sire Distorted Humor, and from the same female line as another champion sire in Lyphard, Flower Alley is currently responsible for more than 50 stakes horses and his progeny have earned over $42 million in stakes.