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The Apache To Hadlow Stud For 2018 Season

The Apache. Image: Candiese Marnewick
The Apache. Image: Candiese Marnewick

With Scott Bros winding down their breeding operation, The Apache is being relocated to Cathy and Jonathan Martin’s Hadlow Stud. Owned in partnership by a syndicate owned in majority by Winston Chow, The Apache is off to an impressive start at stud with a lifetime winners to runners percentage of 36%.

The son of Mogok has a phenomenal race record and earned R17-million in stakes, in a career that saw him race on three continents and win at the highest levels, including the Gr2 Rashidiyah (Dubai), first across the line in the Gr1 Arlington Million (USA) and a winner of the Gr1 Daily News 2000 and Gr1 Champions Cup in South Africa and placed in many more.

Voted Equus Champion 3YO Colt in SA from 2010-2011, he won seven races over 1600m – 2000m. The Apache began his stud career in the Cape at Rosedene Stud and relocated in 2016 to KZN. He had his first juvenile winner in April this year and very recently at Kenilworth over 1600m with Potawatomi.

The Apache represents five generations of Scott Bros breeding excellence – by Mogok who has produced two international Gr (1) winners amongst his four Gr1 winners, with his fifth dam one of Scott Bros foundation mares. His third dam is Gr1 winner, Bold West.

The Apache boasts superior Equinome genetic results which are available at request.

He stands for a fee of R10 000 in 2018.


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