Newsflash: KZN Stallions To Be Sold

They’ve all had comparative success and would make ideal prospects for several disciplines

3 stallions

Following the Summer Ready To Run Sale on Tuesday, 24th February at the School of Equine Management Excellence, the following well-known KZN stallions will be sold to the highest bidder:

MULLINS BAY: a son of Machiavellian, sire of millionaire Gitiano; other notable progeny include Mr Mulliner (Group Placed), Casey’s Dance (Triple Tiara heroine, Group winner), Shingle Beach (Listed Placed) and Mount Hillaby (2nd R3million RTR Cup), as well as Tinchy Stryder, China Beach and Croke Park.

Mullins Bay is currently 17th on the national Sires Log.

SOLSKJAER: a son of Danehill, sire of millionaires Ice Axe (Horse of the Year – Mauritius), Winter Star (millionaire) and Shogunnar (millionaire with foreign earnings); other notable progeny include Lady Tatty (Group Placed), Final Score (Group Placed), Giggs (Listed Placed) and Waka Waka (Listed Placed), as well as I Got You Babe (now a 7-time winner), Sols Gold, Chili Pepper, Dame Victoria and Fidelis.

WAY WEST: a son of Danehill, sire of Way West Goddess (Group Winner), Extra Zero (Group Winner), Green Crest (Group Placed), Hot Girl (Listed Placed), Dodge City (now a 5-time winner), and Ushokolethi.

They’ve all had comparative success and would make ideal prospects for several disciplines.

Contact: 033 263 1081 or [email protected]. Reservations essential.

Please advise of your attendance before Thursday, 19th February.

Visit: www.summerhill.co.za for more information on stallions.

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