scott bros

A Winning Crusade

Scott Bro’s stallion Crusade produced an impressive winner with only his seventh first crop runner when the Bruce Le Roux-bred Miss Millionaire scooted home on debut at Greyville

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John Slade (photo: hamishNIVENPhotography)

John Slade

One practices medicine, dentistry and even veterinary science. However, those that manage stud farms, are called stud masters. I can think of no-one more deserving of that title than John Slade

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Justice Done

The Turffontein-based trainer can do little wrong at the moment. He has his sights set on the Lanzerac Ready To Run Stakes, the Dingaans and the Sansui Summer Cup. Sort of puts some of his big talking colleagues’ performance into perspective, doesn’t it?

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Taming The Wild One

Another smart Scott Bro’s bred son of Mogok shows his colours as Wild One wins Lonsdale Stirrup Cup thriller for Mike De Kock after uncertain finishing effort

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The Apache and Christophe Soumillon

Retirement announced

The Mike de Kock yard announces the retirement of The Apache, the hugely talented son of Mogok, sparking speculation as to where he will stand at stud

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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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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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