Giant’s Causeway

Shamardal – Giant Of The Turf

The once beaten Shamardal, the very best sire son of multiple US champion sire, Giant’s Causeway, has had an extraordinary year in 2019, and his success continued unabated at ParisLongchamp on Sunday

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Blueridge Mountain

Storm Clouds Brewing

Blushing Groom sire Rahy, a half-brother to former South African sire Rakeen and champion Singspiel, made his mark as a broodmare sire

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Blueridge Mountain

A Giant’s Legacy

A triple Champion sire in North America, Giant’s Causeway is the best racehorse (and sire) sired by former champion sire, Storm Cat

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Sire Strike in South Africa

Which foreign-bred sire’s offspring have proved most successful in South Africa? And which top class overseas stallion has had the best strike rate in this country? Sarah Whitelaw takes a look.

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Marwing’s Drum Solo

A top-class display of pacesetting race-riding by Weichong Marwing would have given Alec Laird’s Argentinian-bred BoucletteTop a major confidence booster for the Highveld Season as he went all the way in first-time blinkers

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Thrifty Shades On How Not To Stay

A small field and a walking pace turns the Gr3 Chairman’s Cup into a mockery of a staying contest – yet, amazingly, the 18 to 10 favourite still somehow manages to come out on top

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Eightfold Path

The Eighth Wonder

Eightfold Path, a son of triple champion US sire Giant’s Causeway and champion racemare Divine Proportions is one of the best bred young sires standing in South Africa.

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A Giant Legacy

When Noble Causeway produced unbeaten Samraat, he became the 6th son of Giant’s Causeway to produce an important graded stakes winner.

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From Chaos To Reform

Charl Pretorius writes in his Off The Record column on the 4Racing website that owners, trainers and racing fans are gravely concerned about the state of our industry

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