Ridgemont Highlands Are Ready For Sure! 

Ready To Run Sale - 29 October

The Ridgemont Highlands draft presented at the Cape Racing Ready To Run and Unbroken 2-y-o Sale on 29 October includes six lots by resident stallion Canford Cliffs (IRE) the sire of 38 international stakes winners.

Julia Conway of Ridgemont Highlands provided some notes:

Lot 14 – b f Set For Life (Canford Cliffs – Doris Duke by Trippi)“A neat filly with a nice action. She’s has taken her prep well and enjoys her work.”

Lot 15 – b f Miss Hannigan (Canford Cliffs – Easy Street by Brave Tin Soldier) 

“Out of a black type mare EASY STREET, who needs no introduction. Already a proven mare, with her full-brother Ridgerunner winning for Johan Janse van Vuuren in Johannesburg. This filly is well balanced, with a terrific action and a powerful hind end.”

Lot 40 – b f Quiet Whisper (Canford Cliffs – Murmering Sky by Jallad)  

“An eye catching filly from an impressive dam line with winning progeny. Another Canford Cliffs that is bound to impress on the track.”

Lot 46 – b c Single File  (Canford Cliffs – Peggy Jay by Jay Peg) 

“From the Gr 2 winning mare, Peggy Jay, this is a sharp, quick colt ready to impress.”

Lot 53 – ch c Arturo (Duke Of Marmalade – Royale Noir by Black Minnaloushe) 

“A full brother to the group 3 winning filly, NASTERGAL. This colt’s pedigree is as impressive as his movement – scopey, elastic, and light on his feet.”

Lot 58 – b c Bloukrans (Canford Cliffs – Three Blue Cranes by Captain Al) 

“A tall, athletic colt from a very smart dam line in Three Blue Cranes, who is a half sister to RUSSIAN SAGE and SMILING BLUE EYES. Even tempered and takes his work well.”

Lot 65 – b f Lily of the Nile (Erupt – African Lily by Horse Chestnut) 

“A powerful Erupt filly with and powerful hind end and strong shoulder. From the family of the Gr2 winner TRIP TO AFRICA and Listed winner Zambaq she will be a sure head turner.”

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