New Predator. Image: Candiese Lenferna
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New Predator 80% Winners To Runners

Blue Sky Thoroughbreds have a full brother on offer to New Predator debut winner, Calling All Angels, at this years National Yearling Sale. Image: Candiese Lenferna

New Predator (New Approach) is smartly out of the starting blocks with an incredible 80% winners to runners, with four winners from five runners on the track at the moment.

Incredibly, from 11 runs to date there are four wins and the balance all places – not one of his progeny has yet to be out of the money.

A dual Gr2 winning racehorse who defeated several Gr1 winners during his racing career, New Predator averaged a neat R165 000 per yearling sold at Nationals in 2022, his first crop on offer, and R73 000 at the KZN Yearling Sale.

Based on his results and the BSA Maiden Juvenile Plate bonuses of R100 000 his winners have provided for their respective owners, his progeny may not be easily accessible this year at sales.

New Predator. Image: Candiese Lenferna
New Predator. Image: Candiese Lenferna

Blue Sky Thoroughbreds have 9 yearlings on offer at Nationals, including a full brother to impressive debut winner Calling All Angels, a half sister to Gr3 winner Neptunes Rain, and a half brother to 2-time winner Pirate Prince out of a half sister to Gr1 Dubai World Cup placed Paris Perfect.

New Predator is also the leading first season 2yo sire by Average Earnings Per Runner, an impressive R49,850 (excluding the BSA Bonuses).

With a pedigree that is easy to mate in South Africa, out of a Fastnet Rock mare, New Predator stands at Blue Sky Thoroughbreds in Mooi River.

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