Another Wolf Whistle In Bush Hill’s National Draft?

Save the date- 15 & 16 April

Leading KZN breeders, Bush Hill Stud, whose past National Sale alumni include subsequent Gr1 Summer Cup winner Wolf Whistle, will be offering a top-class consignment at this year’s National Yearling Sale.

Countdown to Nationals (Pic – Candiese Lenferna)

The Mooi River farm will be offering lots sired by such top-class and popular stallions as Canford Cliffs, Captain Of All, Dynasty, Gimmethegreenlight, Master Of My Fate, Querari, Trippi and Willow Magic -to name a few.

A few potential highlights in Bush Hill’s National Sale draft could include-

Lot 33– Kalahari Blue

A Querari colt out of Gauteng Fillies Guineas winner Go Indigo

Lot 91– Unnamed

The Captain Of All half-brother to G3 Cape Classic runner up Captain Tatters

Lot 169– Pirate Prince

A Master Of My Fate colt out of a 3 time winning own sister to Eastern Cape champion, and Dubai World Cup placegetter, Paris Perfect 

Lot 183– Unnamed

The Gimmethegreenlight colt is out of Singspiel’s stakes winning daughter Polzeath 

Lot 247– Unnamed

A Vercingetorix filly (Lot 247)  out of G3 Strelitzia Stakes winner She’s A Stunner

Lot 326– Unnamed

The Willow Magic colt out Off To Stud Stakes winner Wukkin’ Up

Lot 340– Raptor Island

A Dynasty colt out of a winning half-sister to graded stakes winners Halve The Deficit and Mombela

Lot 349– Trip To Nebraska

A Trippi full-sister to the very smart Broadway Trip

Lot 429– Lord Of Light 

A Gimmethegreenlight colt out of a High Chaparral half-sister to dual Oaks winner Dylan’s Promise

Bush Hill Stud’s full National Yearling Sale draft can be viewed online at www.bsa.co.za

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