6 May 2019

No discerning buyer interested in acquiring high quality South African thoroughbreds can afford to miss the up-coming Moutonshoek Dispersal Sale.

Moutonshoek, whose recent star performers include Friday night’s G2 The Independent On Saturday Drill Hall Stakes winner Undercover Agent, will be offering 180 lots at the Dispersal Sale, which takes place on May 23rd –two days after the Cape Mare & Weanling Sale.
This imposing dispersal sale is made up of mares, weanlings, yearlings, and a handful of really distinguished geldings, and it truly does promise to offer something for everyone!
Covering sires represented at the sale include the G1 winners Admiral Kitten and The United States,  outstanding sire Dynasty, multiple champion sire Silvano (whose progeny include current star Hawwaam), the increasingly successful Gimmethegreenlight, champion sire Trippi, European champion and proven G1 sire Twice Over, top class sire Ideal World, G1 Computaform Sprint winner Rafeef, champion Elusive Fort, Galileo sire Global View, dual G1 winner Erupt, consistent winner producer Mambo In Seattle, rising sire star Master Of My Fate, Selangor Cup winner Gold Standard and Travers Stakes hero Flower Alley.

The Moutonshoek Dispersal Sale also offers weanlings by the likes of Admiral Kitten, Captain Of All, Dynasty, Elusive Fort, Flower Alley, Gimmethegreenlight,Mambo In Seattle, Rafeef, Red Ray, Silvano,  Soft Falling Rain,The United States, Trippi, and Twice Over, as well as yearlings by the likes of Elusive Fort, Flower Alley, Global View, Judpot,Mambo In Seattle, Master Of My Fate and Vercingetorix.
Among the numerous high class mares on offer at the Moutonshoek sale are:
-Winter Oaks winner Secret Risk, dam of G1 Rising Sun Gold Challenge winner Undercover Agent, (in foal to The United States)
-G1 Woolavington 2000 winner Count The Money

-G2 The Fillies Nursery winner Waywest Goddess (in foal to The United States)
-G3 Sycamore Sprint winner Smangaliso (in foal to The United States)

-Tirza, dam of G3 winner Goodtime Gal, (in foal to The United States)

-East Coast Handicap winner Alinga (in foal to Trippi)
-Arabian Secret, the dam of G1 performer Noble Secret, (in foal to The United States)

-G2 The Debutante second Arissa (in foal to The United States)

-Jamaica Handicap winner Atlantic Storm (in foal to Admiral Kitten)
-Listed Summer Juvenile Stakes winner Only Emily (in foal to Rafeef)
-Pearl River, dam of G2 winner Triptique, (in foal to The United States)

-Vardy’s East Cape Oaks winning half-sister Eros’s Girl (in foal to Dynasty)

-Great Wall the dam of G3 winner Eighth Wonder (in foal to The United States)

-UAE Oaks winner Imperial Ice (in foal to Rafeef)
-G1 placed Kiss For Kate, dam of stakes winner Kissable, (in foal to The United States)

-Perfect Promise Sprint winner Kitti Cat (in foal to The United States)

-Levantera, dam of Oaks Trial winner Bize
-G3 Fillies Nursery winner Madrisa

-Devon Air Stakes winner Maleficent (in foal to The United States)

-Swallow Stakes winner Mambonick (in foal to The United States)

Of special interest to this sale, are some really distinguished star geldings such as former G1 SA Derby winner Royal Bencher, G1 Golden Horseshoe hero Forest Indigo, millionaire Bezanova, the Storm Bird Stakes winner Master Of All, SA Derby second As You Like, and the beautifully bred Dangerous Liaison (the latter is out of an Oaks placed full-sister to the mighty Dynasty).
This sale is a sale with no reserves and people can find directions to the farm in the catalogue itself.
Viewing for the Moutonshoek Dispersal Sale will commence at the farm itself on May 22nd, although people are welcome to come to the farm earlier and view the individual lots. Parties interested in viewing the Moutonshoek draft are requested to speak to Dr Bennie Van Der Merwe at 083 460  4066 or email Bennie at namaquas@intekom.co.za.

The catalogue for the sale, which is set to commence at 12:00 pm sharp, is available both in hard copy and online and can be viewed at www.bsa.co.za