Soetendal Duo Set To Dazzle

A boutique thoroughbred estate

Soetendal Estate has been associated with numerous top-class horses in recent years, with the boutique thoroughbred estate’s recent success stories including the likes of Rapidash, October Morn, Future Variety and Senso Unico, to name but a few.

Soetendal graduate Rapidash (pink cap) wins the R7,5 million Cape Racing Gold Rush on WSB Met day (Pic – Chase Liebenberg)

The estate will be doubly represented, as Agent, at this year’s Cape Yearling Sale on Sunday 25 February, where Soetendal will be offering colts by Declarationofpeace and One World, respectively.

Julia Pilbeam is upbeat about the two yearlings she will be bringing to this year’s Cape Sale and had the following comments to make:

Lot 54: Colt by Declarationofpeace (USA) ex Furnace (What a Winter)

Lot 54

From the first crop of speedy War Front stallion, Declarationofpeace (USA), this colt is out of a half-sister to seven winners, including multiple graded stakes winners Shango and Captain And Master.

He is a neat, well-conformed colt, very athletic, with a strong resemblance to his sire. Declarationofpeace (USA) was an outstanding winner of the Breeders Cup Juvenile Turf Sprint, and with War Front stallions, Fire Away and Lancaster Bomber, already having such success in South Africa, this will be an exciting stallion to follow.

Lot 113 Colt by One World ex Preferential (Master of my Fate)

Lot 113

By boom sire One World, here is a scopey, correct colt who will continue to improve as he matures.

This colt is the first foal of a 6-time winning mare, she herself a half-sister to 11 other winners of multiple races, including black type performers Kilcoy Castle and Berlinetta. This is a prolific winner-producing female line.

The Soetendal pair can be viewed from Block D at Hollywoodbets Kenilworth.

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