Highveld Feature Awards – The Winners

Judpot gelding dominates

The Judpot gelding Coral Fever was crowned Horse Of The Season at the Highveld Feature Season Awards on Wednesday evening.

Robbie Sage’s Coral Fever – star of the show

R130 000 National Yearling Sale graduate, the Ascot Stud-bred Coral Fever is a son of Judpot (AP Indy) out of the two-time winner, Coral Tree (Rich Man’s Gold).

He reached a career peak when winning the Gr1 Premier’s Champions Challenge  recently.

The winners:

Champion Two-Year-Old filly: Ronnie’s Candy

Champion Two-Year-Old Colt/Gelding: William the Silent

Champion Three-Year-Old Filly: Takingthepeace

Champion Three-Year-Old Colt/Gelding: Monks Hood

Champion Older Horse: Coral Fever

Champion Sprinter: Attenborough

Champion Middle Distance Horse: Coral Fever

Champion Stayer: Hero’s Honour

Champion Work Rider: Samuel Mosia

Winner of the work rider series: Goodman Dadamasi

Champion Breeder: Varsfontein Stud

Champion Apprentice: Lyle Hewitson

Champion Jockey: Muzi Yeni

Champion Trainer: Mike de Kock

Champion Owner: Mauritzfontein Stud (Jessica Slack)

Champion Horse of the Season: Coral Fever

The voting panel comprised Vee Moodley (non-voting Chairman), Clyde Basel, Alistair Cohen, and Larry Wainstein.

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