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Farewell Warm White Night

Gr1 winning son of Western Winter

 Yellow Star Stud have reported that Warm White Night has lost his struggle with a painful hoof condition in horses, namely Laminitis, and passed away peacefully on Wednesday morning.

Warm White Night

Warm White Night (Western Winter x Thousand Nights )

KZN Breeders report that the speedy son of Western Winter from the leading family of Thousand Nights (by Foveros) which produced Prince Asad, Highland Night and Night Watch, also has Clifton Stud’s family of Prince Of Kahal, Fort Vogue, Whatalady featured.

He had produced the likes of Gr2 winner in South Africa and Gr1 winner in Mauritius, Hard Days Night, Gr3 horse Executive Power and Gr3 winner Harlem Shake, as well as Buffalo Soldier.

Warm White Night had stood at Klawervlei Stud prior to relocating to Yellow Star.

He was a 7-time winner over 1000-1200m, at 2 to 4 and earned R1.6 million. Merit Rated at 114, he won the Gr1 Gold Medallion (1200m), Gr2 SA Nursery (1160m), Gr3 Protea S. (1100m) and Gr3 Man O’War Sprint (1100m).

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2 comments on “Farewell Warm White Night

  1. Johnny Earle says:

    Very sad news, a real champ and probably one of the best looking horses i have seen, best to all involved, i am so sorry

  2. Zeyn kirsten says:

    In my opinion as a kzn owner ,the barrier trial is an utter waste of time and money. The horses are pulled up and not ridden out which in turn gives the public a false indication of the horses true ability.Its only a win win situation for the bookie.

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