No Secrets From Ascot Stud

04 July 2024 - Suncoast Casino

Promising and proven sires make up Ascot Stud’s KZN Yearling Sale draft this year.

Ashley Parker will be offering yearlings by a host of different stallions – namely resident sire Global View, as well as the likes of Erik The Red and the latter’s close relative Master Of My Fate, New Predator and The United States.

Ascot’s Galileo stallion Global View (Pic – Pauline Herman)

Global View, South Africa’s Leading First Season Sire of 2019-2020, recently made headlines when his son Dave The King downed a star studded field to win the Gr1 Hollywoodbets Gold Challenge.

This string also includes a number of yearlings from the wonderful Soho Secret family, with this female line having produced such stars as London News, Malmoos, Pluck and Promisefrommyheart.

Lot 8: Lazer Light f Erik The Red – Widow’s Lamp

A scopy, well balanced Erik the Red filly out of an Oaks winner, the family of Norton Sound

Lot 9: Unnamed c The United States  – Winter Star

A powerful strong The United States colt. He is a full brother to Home of the Brave, a four time winner including his last start in Johannesburg. The dam a stakes placed winner of R1,7 million in stakes.

Lot 47: King Prawn c Master Of My Fate – Caviar

A good quartered mature Master Of My Fate colt with a very good temperament whose dam a 5 time winner from the famous Soho Secret family .

Lot 182: Silva City f Global View – Silva Key

A scopy, well balanced Global View filly who is a half sister to Key News, an exciting first time out winner in Johannesburg. Her dam is a 6 time winner from the famous Soho Secret family.

Ascot Stud’s draft can be found in Blocks C and D at the Suncoast Casino in Durban.

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