Future Stars – The Launching Pad

Outstanding prizes to be won!

The Sporting Post is proud to partner with BUSH to bring you the cream of this season’s foal crop – our future stars.

Outstanding prizes will be offered every month to readers, who will be asked to select the foal of the month.

Breeders are invited to email their foal images to [email protected] and provide the date of birth, sec, breeding and any family or background information.

Our first foal this week comes from Blue Sky Thoroughbreds in Mooi River. The powerful Willow Magic filly out of Captain Al mare Cinnamon Spice was born on 3 August 2021.

Blue Sky Thoroughbreds (f) Willow Magic x Cinnamon Spice – born 3 August (Pic- Candiese Lenferna)

Next up are three foals that hail from Avontuur Estate on the Stellenbosch Wine Route. First, an Oratorio colt out of Var mare Kitco, this impressive foal was born on 4 September 2021 and is a half-brother to Pray For Rain.

Avontuur Estate (c) Oratorio x Kitco – born 4 September

The next flashy colt is also by Oratorio out of the Captain Al mare Esteemal born on 5 September 2021. This is the mare’s first foal, and she has not disappointed.

Avontuur Estate (c) Oratorio x Esteemal – born 5 September

Lastly, we have the full sister to Tempting Fate, who was born on 3 September 2021. This Master Of My Fate filly out of Gr3 winning mare Miss October is all class, an exciting one to follow in the future!

Avontuur Estate (c) Master Of My Fate x Miss October – born 3 September

Watch out for next week’s Sprint to vote for the foal of the month and win lovely prizes!

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