Feather Boa’s In Fashion! 

Daughter of Flower Alley wins easily

Exotic punters got off to a flying start to the R5,8 million Turffontein Pick 6 on Saturday when Randall Simons rode a cracker to get the fancied Flower Alley filly Feather Boa up late to win the R400 000 Bloodstock SA Sales Cup (Fillies).

Randall Simons drives Feather Boa to a good win (Pic – JC Photos)

The 1450m contest was restricted to eligible graduates of the 2021 BSA August 2YO and November 2YO Sales and produced a favourable result with Feather Boa (5-4) producing a sustained run down the inside to catch Miss Daisy (28-10) to win going away by 1,50 lengths in a time of 89.78 seconds.

A R200 000 sale graduate, Feather Boa races out of the Stuart Pettigrew yard and her proud partnership of Wayne Jackson, Mark Campbell, Anton Marx and Clint Valjallo were on course to lead the promising 3yo in.

A daughter of Flower Alley (Distorted Humor), the smart winner was bred by Wilgerbosdrift and Mauritzfontein out of the Silvano mare, Osprey.

Feather Boa has won 3 races with 2 places from 6 starts for stakes of R450 000.

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