Scott Bros Farm Sale Results

Scott Bros Farm Sale Results

Lot 21, Promissory by Overlord sells for R32 000. Photo: Candiese Marnewick

The Scott Bros held their Farm Sale at Durban Shongweni Club on Tuesday assisted by Michael Holmes Bloostock, in beautiful 30 degree autumn weather and a full house of over 100 buyers supporting, travelling from as far as Gauteng and Kimberley.

The Scott Bros had 50 Lots on offer, unbroken Two and Three Year olds and it was quite pleasing that every horse presented was sold.

The draft included the likes of a sibling to Judicial and Markofdistinction, as well as a full sister in blood to Gypsy’s Warning – a bay filly by Mogok out of Royal Prophecy, a full-siser to Rathmor’s top broodmare Gypsy Queen.

Lot 10 was the top seller of the day (as well as being the top priced colt), a good looking Miesque’s Approval colt out of a Danehill Dancer mare, Dance For Susan. He sold for R52 000 to Dennis Bosch. The dam has produced two previous foals, with her first born Mogok, Dance For Dan, a winner. Miesque’s Approval continues his domination over the artifical surfaces nationally where his progeny are excelling.

The top priced filly, a two year old sold for R50 000, Lot 27 named Adjudicator. Her full-brother sold for R400 000 just ten days prior at the National Yearling Sale – both full siblings to Oaks Trial winner Markofdistinction.

A fantastic family can be found down the catalogue page with the dam being an own sister to Toccata, and the third dam Bound To Honour. This family includes Equus Champion Stayer Long Dollar.

Lot 36, a Two year old filly named Prophet’s Thumb sold for R30 000 to PJ Louwrens. The filly shares a pedigree with USA and SA multiple Gr1 winning Gypsy’s Warning – her dam being a full sister Royal Prophecy and both fillies by Mogok.

The Scott Bros have consistently been in the Top 10 national leading breeders of South Africa for almost 50 years of breeding, more recently with the likes of The Apache and Wild One. Based on a rich history of strong stallions and well-bred imported mares, success should be imminent for the new owners of their new acquisitions and we wish them all the best!

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