THE Cape Breeders Club will be hosting their annual auction of stallion services at Highlands Farm on Friday, June 10th. The auction will take place just after the inaugural CTS Mares & Fillies For Stud Select Sale, that starts at 18.30.
The 2016 Stallion Services auction will offer breeders a rare and final opportunity to acquire a service to some of the top sires in the country.
Among the sires with services on offer at this year’s auction are Captain Al, Dynasty, Silvano, and Var –four elite stallions all of whom are already fully booked for the upcoming breeding season. Other top class sires have top class books of mares for the season ahead and are filling fast –making this a not to be missed opportunity for any serious breeder.
Other top class and promising sires with services set to be offered include Byword, Captain Of All, Count Dubois, Duke Of Marmalade, Elusive Fort, Flower Alley, Gimmethegreenlight, Go Deputy, Greys Inn, Ideal World, Jay Peg, Judpot, Kingsbarns, Mambo in Seattle, Marchfield, Master Of My Fate, Oratorio, Pathfork, Philanthropist, Pomodoro, Potala Palace, Querari, Seventh Rock, Soft Falling Rain, Twice Over, Vercingetorix, Warm White Night, What A Winter, Where’s That Tiger, and Wylie Hall.
The Cape is also home to a number of really exciting new sires, and these horses (with services on offer) include Oratorio’s G1 son Fencing Master, Horse Of The Year winners Futura and Legislate (both sons of outstanding Cape sire Dynasty), Galileo’s well performed son Global View, Triple Crown winner Louis The King, and Lammerskraal’s exciting recent acquisition, Visionaire.
A number of young and up and coming stallions will have the services auction as silent bids.
Unfortunately, the stallion parade, which was scheduled to take place on the same night has had to be cancelled due to AHS restrictions.
Interested parties are requested to contact Wendy at: email@example.com
Photo: Silvano’s son Vercingetorix. (Andrew Watkins).