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Ali To Wield Gavel At De Grendel

Debut in the sales ring for SA racecaller

Alistair Cohen, the talented and popular Johannesburg-based race caller, will be making his auctioneering debut for CTS at the 2021 Cape Premier Yearling Sale, at the De Grendel Wine Estate, on Sunday 14 March 2021.

Alistair Cohen (photo: hamishNIVENPhotography)

Alistair Cohen (photo: hamishNIVENPhotography)

Alistair replaces Graeme Hawkins, who is unable to be at the sale this year, due to his contractual obligations to Bloodstock South Africa.

CTS’s international auctioneer, John O Kelly, is also unable to attend the sale, due to COVID-19 travel restrictions. Alistair will therefore be joining veteran auctioneer Andrew Miller on the podium, and is set to take care of five lots for every 20 completed by Andrew.

“This being my first time auctioneering at Cape Town’s most prestigious sale, I am a little apprehensive, but mostly excited, as I have always wanted to progress my auctioneering opportunities. I am pleased that Andrew will be there to assist. Working alongside Andrew will be an honour and a privilege.”

Grant Knowles, Marketing and Bloodstock Director of CTS, commented: “We are delighted to have Alistair on board, and we are hoping it could be the start of a longer association. He is a rare talent in the commentary box, and we believe that he will shine on the podium, too.”

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5 comments on “Ali To Wield Gavel At De Grendel

  1. Cecil Pienaar says:

    Ag nee man, William Milkovitch is CT based.
    Alistair would have been my 2nd choice and agree, very talented well spoken man.

    Good Luck and Enjoy CT

  2. Brian Fredericks says:

    Go show them Ely of course no doubt u can 🤣

  3. Calhan says:

    Very calm,collected and well spoken young commentator.
    You will ace this young man.

  4. WILLIAM MILKOVITCH says:

    Hello Mr. Cecil Pienaar

    I was based in Sedgefield for the last few days, just got home.

    Do you fancy any at the Vaal tomorrow, Sir ?

  5. Cecil Pienaar says:

    Hi William. Sedgefield, Wilderness ag ek sou Albert Falls more ruil om daar te bly

    I can only find a small double, favorites, but 11/1 with HWBets – Bat out of Hell + August Rains

    Ek hou geldjies vir Sat dag … Vaal, I am not so good

    Greetings 👍🏾

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