Ridgemont Highlands Western Cape-based stallion Canford Cliffs offers genuine value as a proven producer having already been responsible for 28 black type horses, with his progeny banking over $17 000 000 in prize money.
The son of Tagula was represented by his 13th stakes winner when his 3yo daughter Cliffs Art won the Listed Hoppegartener Stutenpreis on Sunday.
Out of the Areion mare Saldenart, Cliffs Art ran on smartly to post a one length victory in Sunday’s 1800m contest at Hoppegarten.
The filly has now won four of just eight starts and is trained by Stefan Richter.
Cliffs Art joins the likes of Fish River, Most Beautiful, Princess Posh, Al Jazi, Charm Appeal, Aktoria, and Princess Asta as stakes winning fillies sired by Canford Cliffs.
The latter, who reeled off five Gr1 wins in a row, is also the sire of this season’s Listed Carey Buckhounds Stakes winner Salouen –who recently ran fourth to the mighty Enable in the 2019 Gr1 King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Qipco Stakes at Ascot.
Ridgemont Highlands’ Amanda Carey told the Sporting Post that mare owners could contact her directly on 082 465 4020 or on email at [email protected] to discuss bookings and related arrangements.