Fortissimus By Mogok Wins East Cape Oaks

With Varsfontein-bred Pagoda (an entry into the Vodacom Durban July) leading the way for Mogok colts this year, Mogok filly Fortissimus won the East Cape Oaks (Listed) over 2000m on Friday at Fairview for the Justin Snaith racing stable. Owned by Mr EA Braun, the...

Second Winner For Crusade!

Scott Bros’ exciting young stallion Crusade was represented by his second first crop winner when his son Brave Endeavour got off the mark on Wednesday afternoon. Bred by the Just-In Stud, Brave Endeavour was a R90 000 buy from last year’s Sibaya KZN Yearling Sale. He...

Crusade’s Half Sister In Dubai Sheema Classic

Rated 119, the dual Gr1 winning four year old filly will be ridden by Seamie Heffernan over the 2410m stretch for traine Aiden O’Brien. Seventh Heaven has a 6th draw and defeated Arc winner Found in the Gr1 Yorkshire Oaks. Seventh Heaven also won the Gr1 Irish Oaks at the Curragh and placed fourth in the Gr1 Breeders Cup Filly and Mare Turf.

Talktothestars Half Sister A Winner

Talktothestars’ half-sister by Mogok won yesterday at the Vaal Classic track over 1000m by three lengths for the Lucky Houdalakis Racing Stable. The filly named Twinkle Town is a three year old owned in partnership by Messrs W J Laird; Robin Scott, Mesdames...

Stakes Places For Progeny Of Crusade And Atso

Bauhinia Listed Placed four year old filly Movie Show sold for just R12 000 at the Scott Bros Michael Holmes Sale in 2015, that took place at Durban Shongweni Club. The daughter of Atso has placed consistently seven times and won four – taking her earnings to almost R300 000 – an incredible return on her sales price.

Foal Photos: 2016 Crop

A few of our foals from our 2016 crop by sires Mogok, Crusade, Eightfold Path, Noble Tune and Linngari.
Photos taken 31 January.

Mogok Double At Turffontein This Afternoon

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...

Save The Rhino Second In Aquanaut Listed

Gr1 Gold Cup winner Wild One’s full brother Save The Rhino, placed a close second in the Aquanaut Listed over 2450m from Royal Honour. The Mogok five year old gelding defeated the likes of Deputy Jud, Coby and The Elmo Effect in the process. Owned in partnership by Messrs GM Maree & GM Kotzen, Save The Rhino is trained by Ormond Ferraris.