Kahal

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Rathmor Stud had an unsual surprise arrive from their mare Perakeen in the early hours of the morning last Thursday. The snow white colt with chestnut ears is by KZN’s champion stallion Kahal out of Perakeen (Rakeen – Perfick(NZ) – by Straight Strike). Mike McHardy of Rathmor says as far as they know, this is the first time this has ever occurred in South Africa. The colt is destined to be named “The Great White!”

KAHAL colt x Perakeen (15 Sept, Rathmor Stud)

KAHAL filly x Doll of Dolls (Middlefield)

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