In Search Of An Outcross

Legal Eagle and Bela-Bela are inbred to the mighty Canadian champion

Saturday’s Gr1 races at Kenilworth provided further evidence, if any was needed, of the dominance of Northern Dancer read more

Elusive Fort

Local Is Lekker!

Elusive Fort - bred to be good!

With a number of recent features being won by Australian imports, it was encouraging to note that all three of Saturday’s Kenilworth features were won by South African bred thoroughbreds read more

Jean Cruguet on Seattle Slew

Oh What A Charmer

Seattle Slew was one of the greatest North American racehorses and sires of all time

Currently three of the top ten on the US General Sires List are Seattle Slew descendants read more


Galileo – A True Find!

The one and only!

The world’s premier sire, Galileo, continued his complete domination of the world’s top races, when his progeny, Found, Highland Reel and Order Of St George ran 1-2-3 in Sunday’s Gr1 Qatar Prix de l’arc de Triomphe read more

Blueridge Mountain

A Giant’s Legacy

Played his part in the Storm Cat male line dominance

A triple Champion sire in North America, Giant’s Causeway is the best racehorse (and sire) sired by former champion sire, Storm Cat read more

Frankel (Galileo - Kind)

The Next Big Thing?

A number are poised to make their mark

Every year sees new stallions making their debut with their first runners. While the majority of these fail, due to either lack of opportunity or lack of ability, a few will become top class sires read more

Fort Wood

SA’s Top Broodmare Sires

Fort Wood leads the pack

While a small handful of sires dominated the South African General Sires List, the broodmare sires list features a number of outstanding sires, who either stand or stood at stud in South Africa read more

Sunday Silence

Talented Temper Tantrums

Plenty more chapters will still be written in the story of this remarkable male line!

A son of Roberto’s sire Hail To Reason and Broodmare Of The Year Cosmah, Halo was a top class racehorse with his victories including the Gr1 United Nations Handicap of 1974 read more