Breeders – Last Chance To Send Your Star!

Outstanding prizes will be offered this month

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

Outstanding prizes will again be offered for the final time this month to readers, who are asked to select the foal of the month.

We have five lovely foals to showcase this week – a trio boarding at the beautiful Winterbach Stud, and an impressive pair from the KZN-based Camargue Stud.

Boarding at Winterbach Stud, Mr and Mrs Henry Devine bred a strong Royal Mo filly out of the two-time winning Captain Al mare Captain’s Darling.

Mr & Mrs Devine (f) Royal Mo ex Captain’s Darling – born 21 August (Pic- Romi Bettison)

Next up is a powerhouse colt by What A Winter bred by Winterbach Stud. This flashy sort showcases his sires top-quality and is out of one-time winning Trippi mare Pemba Island.

Winterbach Stud (c) What A Winter ex Pemba Island – born 10 November (Pic- Romi Bettison)

Our third foal boarding at Winterbach is an outstanding Oratorio filly. Bred by Peter De Lacey, she is out of the seven-time winning Miesque’s Approval mare, Sounds Positive.

Peter De Lacey (f) Oratorio ex Sounds Positive – born 26 August (Pic- Romi Bettison)

Camargue has two lovely youngsters – the first being a well-balanced colt by Last Winter out of the three-time winning Jet Master mare, Winging It Wild.

Camargue Stud (c) Last Winter ex Winging It Wild – born 1 November (Pic- Candiese Lenferna)

Next up is an impressive Act Of War colt from Camargue Stud. Out of three-time winning Trippi mare Royal Berkshire, this fella could be one to follow!

Camargue Stud (f) Act Of War ex Royal Berkshire – born 10 October (Pic- Candiese Lenferna)

With just a week left of the year, breeders are invited to submit pics of their superstars to [email protected]. Please detail the date of birth, sex, breeding – and any related news.

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