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St Helier And Piemonte Studs Top KZN On Second Nationals Day

St Helier Stud’s outstanding What A Winter colt.

St Helier Stud has a successful day with two Lots sold – the first an outstanding What A Winter colt for R375 000 and a Fort Wood colt out of a Cape Cross mare, from the damline of Gr1 winner Britannia’s Rule for R300 000.

Lloyd George sold for R300 000 from St Helier Stud. Image: Candiese Marnewick

The What A Winter colt, the leading KZN colt of the day is out a National Emblem mare Sierra Lily, from the damline of Villandry, Geordoba, Ravishing and Dynastic Power.

He sold to Dynamic Syndications.

The Fort Wood colt, an outstanding classic type of horse sold to Park Bloodstock.

The dam Velvet Mover has produced a winner from her first foal, and the Fort Wood named Lloyd George is her first produce.

Piemonte Stud sold a magnificent son of Noble Tune for R350 000 to Team G Racing.

The colt was frequently seen out in the sales yard for inspections and bidding was active for the flashy and imposing grandson of Unbridled’s Song, out of an imported mare from the immediate damline of Lanner Falcon.

Piemonte Stud’s beautiful Crusade filly, a half-sister to Gr3 placed Celestina sold to Garth Puller for R220 000. Image: Candiese Marnewick

Piemonte also sold the top priced KZN filly of the day, with Lot 203 Crusade filly purchased by Garth Puller for R220 000.

The filly is the second produce for the young mare Sully’s Landing – her first foal has recently achieved Black Type early in her juvenile career after finishing 2nd in a Gr3 very recently and looks an exciting prospect.

Piemonte Stud have brought a high quality draft of yearlings and their early success isnt a surprise with the careful selection of pedigrees – they have already produced the likes of Eastern Cape Champion Kalamain, Gr3 winner O Tamara and Gr3 placed Celestina, with Lee’s Pick also an exciting prospect.

Piemonte Stud’s magnificent Noble Tune colt sold for R350 000. Image: Candiese Marnewick


Rathmor continue their top sales form, with Noble Tune colt Paths Of Victory sold for R220 000 to Gavin Van Zyl, and colt out of Dynasty mare Summer To Remember going for R180 000, for Harold Crawford.

Scott Bros sold their magnificent Mogok colt out of Jet Master mare, We Have Lift Off, to Lynton Ryan for R280 000.

Spring Valley, who are currently in the mid-forty percent for winners to runners on the national NHRA log, sold a lovely Visionaire colt to Dean Kannemeyer racing for R150 000. This is the damline of Bold Ellinore and Emperor Napolean.

Well done to all concerned.

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