Wood-Moore Manor Stud


Launched in 2008, Wood-Moore Manor Stud’s focus is on commercial breeding and racing with the aim of being recognised for superior quality in our bloodstock and developing a strong culture of loyalty and commitment to our industry and all its stakeholders.

Construction of additional barns provided two additional stable complexes and facilities to run an efficient thoroughbred stud, as well as boutique guest suites for our international clientele.

Wood-Moore Manor Stud’s philosophy is not about the horses that people buy, but the races they breed to win. Founded on passion and personality, Wood-Moore Manor Stud is fast establishing itself as the next generation within the thoroughbred racing and breeding industry, by enhancing the traditions of the “Sport of Kings” and raising the bar.

Our focus is on excellence and breeding tomorrow’s great turf legends today.

Our stallion Badger’s Drift, is currently (as of 15 July 2011) top of the Stallions List, for 3 year old’s in South Africa, with a percentage runners : winners being a 73% strike rate. Ref National Horse Racing Authority of South Africa Statistics latest report.
Act of Supremacy and Lord Badger, both by Badger’s Drift, both placed 3rd and 4th in the Grade 3 Champion Juvenile Cup over 1400m on 15 July 2011.
Grade 2 Winner HOSPITALITY by Badger’s Drift, wins another feature by 3.25 lengths @ Kenilworth 09 July 2011. Like Paradise is now Bold Black Type, Lord Badger the winner of the Eastern Cape Guineas Listed and Just Bluffing, Champion Three Year Old Colt in Kenya 2012-2013, wins include the Gr 1 Kenyan Derby over 2400m and second in the St. Ledger over 2800m. Badger Lake recently won the Durbanville Cup Listed at Kenilworth over 3200m.

Stallion :

Badger’s Drift by Badger Land(USA) – On the Roof by Thatching(IRE)

Contact Details:
PO Box 850
Mooi River
Tel: 033 2632349
Mobile: +27 82 590 1529
Email: akh3005@gmail.com
Web: www.woodmooremanor.com
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