Archie’s Doing His Daddy Thing

Enjoying the good life

Hendrik Winterbach Jnr reports that Gr1-winning sprinter Master Archie has proven to be fertile and it’s great news that two of the first mares he covered, a pair from Jikkie de Wet’s Prosper Stud, have both been tested in foal.

Rafeef’s Gr1 winning son Master Archie is relishing his Winterbach Stud home (Pic – Supplied)

The Winterbach Stud-based son of Rafeef is enjoying his new job.

Hendrik Winterbach Jnr said, “He’s doing a proper, proper job. His libido is exceptional, he’s covering very strongly, he is ready for action.”

Master Archie has plenty more mares still to cover.

Meanwhile, his Potala Palace half-brother Majestic Palace makes his debut over 1200m at the Vaal today.

He is trained by Mike and Adam Azzie and will be ridden by JP van der Merwe.

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