The Outstanding Thoroughbreds From Riverton Stud

BSA KZN 2024 Yearling Sale - 04 July

Riverton Stud have sold some outstanding thoroughbreds at the BSA KZN Yearling Sale in the past, and Duncan Barry will be bringing another high-class draft to this year’s sale.

Among the top-class horses consigned by Riverton to past KZN Sales are the Gr1 winners Pearl Of Asia and Same Jurisdiction as well as Gr3 Umkhomazi Stakes winner Al Mariachi.

The Robertson farm also sold this season’s highly promising two-year-old One More at the 2023 sale, and that son of One World could well add further gloss to Riverton Stud’s fine record in KZN.

Riverton will be offering four lots, one as agent, at the sale, with their draft made up of yearlings sired by Canford Cliffs, Erupt, Horizon and the sensational One World.

Here’s what Duncan has to say about this year’s draft:

Lot 143

Unnamed (f) by Erupt ex Neurose

Compact, strong, good walking filly. A half-sister to 3 winners, including the stakes placed Great Shaka, this filly is from the family of champion filly La Chiflota. Her half-brother Major Apollo recently won again when scoring at Hollywoodbets Kenilworth.

Lot 146

Unnamed (f) by Horizon ex Nutcracker Sweet

Big, muscular, scopey filly. A half-sister to Listed Spook Express Handicap winner She’s A Cracker, this filly is closely related to the graded stakes winners Bunker Hunt and Salvator Mundi.

Lot 158

Unnamed (c) by One World ex Queen Of Alamo

Well-balanced, powerful, good walking colt. Out of a stakes placed winner of four, this colt is very closely related to Gr3 Kenilworth Fillies Nursery winner Cousin Liz.

Lot 110

Unnamed (c) by Canford Cliffs ex Kilcross

Strong, good looking, athletic type. A half-brother to 3 winners, this colt hails from the family of top-class stallions Cape Cross and Iffraaj.

Riverton Stud’s draft can be found in Block D at Suncoast Casino on 04 July.

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