The Fort Stud’s Top Trio

04 July 2024 - save the date

Jill Fox is very upbeat about the three fillies that The Fort Stud will be offering at this year’s KZN Yearling Sale on 4 July.

Jill said of her draft, “I have 3 very classy fillies entered for the sale, and I think buyers will like what they see.”

The trio were sired by Act Of War and Declarationofpeace, with both stallions having plenty to offer.

Cape Guineas winner Act Of War (Dynasty) sired two of Jill Fox’s three fillies

Cape Guineas winner Act Of War (Dynasty) sired two of Jill Fox’s three fillies (Pic – Supplied)

Former Cape Guineas winner Act Of War is no stranger to siring high-class performers with his progeny including champion filly War Of Athena as well as such high-class sprinters as Battle Force, Bartholdi and Rollwiththepunches, while the blue blooded Declarationofpeace, a half-brother to US champion and successful sire Honor Code, was a very speedy stakes winner at two.

Lot 13: f Act Of War – Aalsmeer

She is out of the winning mare Aalsmeer who is a half-sister to Gr2 winner Schippers and is by proven stallion Act of War. A big filly with lots of scoop

Lot 62: f Act Of War – Diamondsandpearls

This filly is out of the 4-time winning mare Diamondsandpearls who is a half-sister to Perfect Witness. By the proven stallion Act of War. She is a very strong filly 

Lot 70: Emily’s Peace f Declarationofpeace – Emily Jay

By Declarationofpeace who is by the outstanding sire War Front she is out of an 8-time winning mare. She is very correct in her conformation.

  • This draft can be found in Block A at the Suncoast Casino in Durban.

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