The current lifetime statistics of some of our sires standing in KZN, courtesy of www.arion.co.nz as of 13 November. Whilst some of these stallions may not be considered commercial at sales, they still produce multiple winners on the tracks where it matters most – and the likes of Just As Well, Mambo In Seattle and Crusade cannot be ignored. Kildonan had five winners last month from small numbers.
They are currently reading as follows:
Bezrin – 51% winners to runners
Brave Tin Soldier – 46% winners to runners
Crusade – 44% winners to runners
Eightfold Path – 42% winners to runners
Irish Flame – 40% winners to runners
Just As Well – 50% winners to runners
Kildonan – 47% winners to runners
Linngari – 58% winners to runners
Mambo In Seattle – 53% winners to runners
The Apache – 54% winners to runners
Last year, 57 #kznbreds earned Black Type for the season 2017 / 2018. Those 57 horses sold for a combined R6,095 000 at sales, including two Gr1 winners.
They earned their connections R31 622 893 at the track, over five times more than what they sold for.
Dont forget the added bonus of the KZN Breeders Race Day, with over R2,6-million to be won for the connections of horses registered with the KZN Breeders Premium Scheme.
Look out for our first yearlings to come in 2019 from the likes of the royally-bred Flying The Flag by Galileo, a full brother to two Gr1 winners; Willow Magic – a Gr1 winning son of Dubawi and the first to stand at stud in SA; Act of War – a Gr1 winning son of Dynasty.
Dont miss out!