Crusade Relocates

40% winners to runners

Crusade, who has produced four Stakes Winners this season, is relocating to Peter and Jenny Blyth’s Clifton Stud for the 2018 season.

Covered In Snow – smart daughter of Crusade (JC Photographics)

Crusade began his career at Scott Bros’ Highdown Stud and with their total dispersal coming up on 17 July, the Crusade Syndicate made the decision to relocate the well related son of Mr Greeley.

See the Scott Bros Dispersal Sale news here

Crusade, a winner of the Gr1 Middle Park Stakes is a half-brother to multiple Gr1 winner Seventh Heaven and to two other Group Performers. Crusade is currently on 40% winners to runners with over R4,2-million in stakes earned. As it happens, Clifton Stud have bred successfully with Crusade, producing twice Stakes Winning Covered In Snow.

Crusade held his own at the recent Nationals, averaging R280 000 in Session 1 and R150 000 in Session 2, for a combined total of 12 yearlings sold.

Two shares in Crusade have become available. Please contact 083 789 1631 for further information.

The stallion currently has 40% winners to runners and has produced 4 Stakes Winners this season.

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