Half-Sister to SA Sire makes Headlines

A half-sister to the beautifully bred Seul Amor made headlines earlier in the year, when selling for $420,000 (R3.461 000). The filly was knocked down to the Hong Kong Jockey Club at the New Zealand Premier Sale.
A daughter of Exceed and Excel, the filly is out of the champion racemare, Grand Archay. The latter, was a versatile star who won from 1150 to 2500 metres, won all of the G1 Australian Oaks, VRC Oaks and C F Orr Stakes.
Grand Archway has also done extremely well at stud. Her five winners include three stakes horses, including the G3 winner Stand Tall.
Stand All is a full brother to the South African stallion, Seul Amor. Seul Amor, who stands at Vanree Stud, is a son of champion sire Zabeel. Zabeel is grandsire of Australian champion sire Lonhro, while another Zabeel son, Reset, sired recent Cox Plate winner, Pinker Pinker.
From just a few foals left behind in Australia, Seul Amor has already been represented by the smart stakes performer, Coldens Choice.
His first South African crop are now yearlings.

Have Your Say - *Please Use Your Name & Surname

Comments Policy
The Sporting Post encourages readers to comment in the spirit of enlightening the topic being discussed, to add opinions or correct errors. All posts are accepted on the condition that the Sporting Post can at any time alter, correct or remove comments, either partially or entirely.

All posters are required to post under their actual name and surname – no anonymous posts or use of pseudonyms will be accepted. You can adjust your display name on your account page or to send corrections privately to the EditorThe Sporting Post will not publish comments submitted anonymously or under pseudonyms.

Please note that the views that are published are not necessarily those of the Sporting Post.

Subscribe
Notify of
guest
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments

Share:

Facebook
WhatsApp
Twitter

Popular Posts

From Chaos To Reform

Charl Pretorius writes in his Off The Record column on the 4Racing website that owners, trainers and racing fans are gravely concerned about the state of our industry

Read More »