James Presents A Classy Draft

BSA 2024 KZN Yearling Sale

Sandown Stud continues to produce high-class winners. Already responsible for such champions as French Navy and Magnificent Seven, Sandown Stud runners continue to make their mark in top races across South Africa.

Producing high-class winners – Sandown Stud (Pic – Sandown Stud)

The latest classy performer bred by Sandown is then exciting two-year-old filly Rodeo Drive, who recently finished a close second in the Gr1 Allan Robertson Championship.

James Armitage will be bringing a well-bred string of yearlings to the upcoming BSA KZN Yearling Sale, with Sandown offering eight lots at the sale.

The farm will be offering a further two lots on behalf of La Berg Stud, as well as a choicely bred Soqrat colt on behalf of Shadwell SA (Pty) Ltd.

Sandown Stud’s draft present yearlings by a number of top-class stallions including Legislate, Pathfork and Rafeef, with champion and resident stallion Soqrat also well represented here.

James is pleased with the consignment he will be offering:

Lot 24 – Unnamed (c) by Soqrat ex Awfaa

  • He is a strong good-looking colt, he has a very good hind quarter on him.

Lot 132 – Sovereign Gem (f) by Rafeef ex Miss Imperial

  • A very neat athletic filly, her Jackson half-sister showed a lot of potential before injury curtailed her racing career.

Lot 170 – Court Action (f) by Legislate ex Roman Moser

  • A lovely dark filly, she is a half to the small black-type winner Aurelia Cotta (MR 97) and Gr1 placed Larentina (MR 107).

Lot 165 – Unnamed (c) by Rafeef ex Rebel Queen

  • He is a good-looking athletic colt.

Lot 140 – Badge Of Power (f) by Erik The Red ex My Emblem

  • She is a strong filly with good bone and substance.

Visit Blocks D and E to view this draft.

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