The much missed Soft Falling Rain was responsible for a pair of eye catching winners at Fairview on Friday afternoon.
His daughter Eternal Hope became Soft Falling Rain’s second juvenile winner when she won over 1000m on Friday, while Soft Falling Rain’s exciting daughter World Radar made it win number three from just four starts when romping home to a two and a half length win over 1200 metres.
In the process, the talented World Radar accounted for the stakes winning East Cape champion Hooves Of Troy, and she looks above average.
Both fillies are trained by Alan Greeff, and both were ridden to victory by Greg Cheyne.
Bred by Wilgerbosdrift & Mauritzfontein, three-year-old World Radar suffered her only defeat when unplaced in the G2 Western Cape Fillies Championship, but had previously won her first two races by a combined margin of ten lengths.
World Radar has a Futura half-brother (Lot 1) on offer at the 2020 Cape Yearling Sale.
Her ill-fated sire Soft Falling Rain made a bright start with his first runners last season including G2 Gagasi FM Debutante winner Montreal Mist and the smart stakes performers Gin Fizz and Alramz.
The former Equus Champion, and G1 SA Nursery winner, has six yearlings on the upcoming Cape Premier Yearling Sale, and a further nine lots on the 2020 Cape Yearling Sale.