Mogok pictured earlier in 2015. Image: Candiese Marnewick

Mogok produced a double at Turffontein this afternoon, with Boiling Point, a half-sibling to five-time winner Caymen Sunset taking the first race, and Varsfontein-bred Pagoda, a three year old son of Mogok capturing his second career victory.

The latter has also placed three times, including the Sea Cottage Stakes Listed.

Boiling Point, out of a Fantastic Light mare Cape Sunset, sold for just R50 000 at the 2015 National 2YO Sale. Pagoda sold for R100 000 at the 2015 Cape Yearling Sale and has earned over R230 000 in stakes to date.

Mogok currently has a winners to runners percentage of 33.3% according to the NHRA National Sires Log, published on 6 March.

Mogok also recently had a stakes place on the weekend with Save The Rhino, finishing second in the Aquanaut Listed.

He is the sire of international Group (1) winners The Apache and Gypsy’s Warning, as well as Gr1 winners Orbison and Wild One.