New sire off the mark - One World

Drakenstein Stud’s Gr1 Sun Met winning stallion One World came up with his first winner when One World’s two-year-old son Address The Nation made a winning debut at Turffontein on Tuesday.

A One World winning moment (Pic- Chase Liebenberg)

Trained by Candice Dawson, Address The Nation was always going strongly in Tuesday’s In Loving Memory Of Jermaine Craig Maiden Juvenile Plate (800m).

Despite being green in running, the One World colt, partnered on Tuesday by the inform Craig Zackey, kept going gamely to score by a neck on debut.

Bred by Wilgerbosdrift & Mauritzfontein, Address The Nation was a R225 000 buy from the 2023 National Yearling Sale.

The colt is out of the Pathfork mare Madame Speaker.

His sire One World has made a very encouraging start with his first two-year-olds this season. To date, One World has been responsible for six runners, of which four have either won or finished in the money.

One World is set to be represented by his daughter Sahara Cat in Saturday’s Kaapse Klopse Summer Coronation Plate and by his sons Lion Rampart and Galactus in the same day’s HeartFM Commonwealth Plate.

A son of multiple champion sire Captain Al, One World was South Africa’s Equus Champion Older Male of 2019-2020, and downed champions Rainbow Bridge, Hawwaam, Vardy and Do It Again when victorious in the 2020 G1 Sun Met.

A stakes winner at two, three and four, One World has seven lots on offer at the 2024 Cape Racing Premier Yearling Sale Powered By Tattersalls.

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