East Cape Nursery Final Field

Locals only at Fairview on Monday

Ascot Stud’s Galileo stallion Global View has made the perfect start to his stud career with four early winners from a handful of runners and is well represented by two of his sons in Monday’s R85 000 Listed East Cape Nursery at Fairview.

Global View (pictured above) is currently South Africa’s Leading First Crop Sire by stakes and his runners include recent Listed East Cape Fillies Nursery runner up Storyland.

His sons Fireview (Yvette Bremner) and Global Drummer (Gavin Smith) are two of a field of eleven of youngsters who will line up at what will hopefully – pending government approval –  be the first Fairview meeting back on Monday.

 R85 000 1200m
1st R51000, 2nd R21250, 3rd R8500, 4th R4250
For 2yo R60 000 Win BSA Bonus SeriesNo Apprentice Allowance
1 2 Baltic Beat 60 0 A S Khathi Gavin Smith
2 4 Brazil Nut 60 0 A K Steyn Yvette Bremner
3 1 Byridge 60 0 A W Agrella Yvette Bremner
4 6 Fireview 60 0 A E Webber Yvette Bremner
5 3 Global Drummer 60 0 A S Naidoo Gavin Smith
6 9 Jaeger Moon 60 0 A D Bogaleboile Gavin Smith
7 10 Profound Wisdom 60 0 A L Mxothwa Gavin Smith
8 5 Tiger In The Sun 60 0 TBA X Ndlovu Alan Greeff
9 7 Wangan Midnight 60 0 A K Minnie Tara Laing
10 8 Za Zoo 60 0 A *Y Ramzan Montana Turner
11 11 Herrin 57.5 0 T A T Gould Alan Greeff
Same Trainer – Not Coupled on Tote
(1,5,6,7) (2,3,4) (8,11)

The eight race card is a rare ‘local content’ meeting with the travel restrictions in place, and 111 runners are carded over the eight-race programme.

A top class son of the world’s leading sire Galileo, already sire of top class stallions Teofilo, New Approach and Frankel, Global View won the Gr3 Generous Stakes at two, before going on to land the Gr2 American Turf Stakes as a three-year-old.

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