Beaumont Stud, famed as the breeder of dual South African Horse Of The Year Variety Club, looks to have bred a very promising performer in the form of Storm Brasco.
The latter broke his maiden by an impressive seven and three quarter lengths before running a close second to the unbeaten Taegan’s Champ, and Storm Brasco looks to have a bright future ahead.
Beaumont Stud will be offering buyers a chance to acquire their own Storm Brasco at the 2024 Cape Yearling Sale, with the farm offering yearlings by such exciting and proven stallions as Buffalo Bill Cody, Erik The Red, Master Of My Fate, Rafeef, One World, and Pathfork.
The latter, sire not only of the aforementioned Storm Brasco but also this season’s G1 Betway Summer Cup winner Royal Victory, is represented here by a half-sister (Lot 81) to Langerman runner up Big Pleasure, while former Met winner and champion One World is responsible for a half-sister to three winners with this filly out of a half-sister to G1 Premier’s Champions Challenge winner Deo Juvente.
Consistently successful sire Master Of My Fate has two lots here including a colt (Lot 117) out of Listed Milkwood Stakes winner Racine, while the ever popular Rafeef is the sire of a filly (Lot 17) out of a five time winning half-sister to G1 World Sports Betting Presents The Gauteng Summer Cup winner Flying Carpet.
Buffalo Bill Cody, who shares his sire Redoute’s Choice with Rafeef, has made a blistering start to his stud career and he is responsible for a half-brother to four winners including the stakes placed Oni San, while Erik The Red has a filly (Lot 150) who hails from the same family as champion fillies Dog Wood and Enchanted Garden.
This draft can be found in Block E at Hollywoodbets Kenilworth.