Marshal eyes third successive Guineas

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The undefeated One World showed he is the athlete he is believed him to be when staying on powerfully to win the R400 000 Gr2 Concorde Cup. He races in the interests of NHA Chairman Ken Truter and his wife Jane, as well as Etienne Braun and Braam van Huysteen.  A R425 000 Cape Premier Yearling Sale graduate, One World took his tally to 5 wins from 5 starts for stakes of R536 250.Read more: https://capethoroughbredsales....

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CTS R2R sale tops R20 million

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THE 2018 CTS Ready To Run Sale held at Durbanville on Friday turned over R20,32-million from only 109 lots sold. The average was R205 253 per two-year-old that passed through the ring.Read more: http://www.turftalk.co.za/cts-...

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CTS Ready to Run Promises to be a great sale

Kerry Jack News

ONE of the best things about CTS Sales is that they are staged in wonderful Cape Town, which undoubtedly enhances prospects for good client turnouts, especially at a time when the Cape is at its most picturesque and the weather tends to play along. A strong buyer’s bench is expected at this week’s CTS Ready To Run Sale at Durbanville and CTS Bloodstock Manager Kerry Jack is excited. She said on Tuesday: “The recent BSA Ready To Run Sale in Johannesburg was encouraging, they posted good results and we have every reason to expect something similar. Read More: http://www.turftalk.co.za/news.....

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Bloodstock Guru is impressed with SA industry

Kerry Jack News

Grant Pritchard-Gordon of Badgers Bloodstock returned to his home base Newmarket, UK, on Wednesday after assisting Kerry Jack and John Kramer with the inspection and approval of yearlings for the 2019 Cape Premier Yearling Sale.  “Badger”, as he is known, made some interesting observations about his two-week journey across the Cape and the Karoo visiting a host of South Africa’s leading stud farms.  Read more:   https://capethoroughbredsales....

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Outstanding season for owner Braam van Huyssteen

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At last night's Equus Awards LEGAL EAGLE was crowned both Champion Miler and Older Male for prominent owner and KJB client, Braam van Huyssteen.  His other 2 Grade 1 winners MIGHTY HIGH and UNDERCOVER AGENT were also nominated for Champion 2 year old filly and Champion 3 year old colt respectively.  This rounded off a fantastic season for Braam with 104 winners, 12,5% wins to runs and 4 Grade 1 wins.  With a number of unraced 2 year olds and 3 year olds in the wings and the likes of the exciting unbeaten Langermann winner ONE WORLD still to reveal...

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Impressive Langerman win by One World

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Captain Al flyer ONE WORLD ran out the easiest winner of the R200 000 Listed Langerman we have seen in many a year.  He looks a classic prospect and Vaughan Marshall is set for a bid to increase his Captain Al-Cape Guineas strike rate on 15 December. Read more: https://www.sportingpost.co.za...

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G1 Gold for Undercover Agent

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Undercover Agent wins the G1 Gold Challenge, giving owner Braam van Huyssteen an incredible 4th Grade 1 win this year!  Read more:  https://www.sportingpost.co.za...

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Unbeaten One World has a bright future

Kerry Jack News

Milnerton trainer Vaughan Marshall and his stable jockey MJ Byleveld, together with the late great Al Mufti son Captain Al, have combined to win the last two renewals of the Cape Guineas with William Longsword and Tap O’Noth - and they look to have a potential hat-trick hope on their hands. That’s judging by the performance of the good-looking unbeaten One World (owned by Braam van Huyssteen, Ken & Jane Truter and Ettienne Braun) who heads for the Langerman after his narrow but deserved victory at Kenilworth on Tuesday. It’s a long way off – but put this one in...

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Mighty High wins the G1 Allan Robertson

Kerry Jack News

Another G1 win for owner Braam van Huyssteen!  Read more:  https://www.sportingpost.co.za...

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A Triumph for the industry as a whole

Kerry Jack News

'THE 2018 Emperors Palace National Yearling Sale will be remembered as a resounding success, with a good spread of money across the board – despite having to overcome a tough economic climate.' 'Riverton Stud consigned the top filly, with Cousin Liz (Lot 150) knocked down to Kerry Jack Bloodstock for R2 900 000. The filly, one of six yearlings by former champion sire Captain Al to fetch R1 000 000 plus, was produced by the winning Parade Leader mare Fiesta Queen –a half-sister to G1 winner Fair Maiden.' http://www.turftalk.co.za/a-tr...

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