Hadlow Stud’s Cathy Martin is very excited by the quality of her string for this year’s KZN Yearling Sale.
Cathy says,”We are bringing a very strong draft of horses to the KZN sale this year. It was a conscious decision on our part to bypass the National Sale and bring them all to the KZN Yearling sale rather than split the draft and go to two different sales.”
Enticed into the thoroughbred industry by Craig Ramsey, Cathy and Jonathan Martin have bred horses in the beautiful KZN Midlands for over 20 years. Among the horses to have graduated from Hadlow are five time G1 winner Dancewiththedevil, G1 HSH Princess Charlene Empress Club Stakes winner Ronnie’s Candy as well as former East Cape Horse Of The Year Celtic Fire and the talented Thunderflash. Both Celtic Fire and Thunderflash were sold off past KZN Yearling Sales.
Hadlow Stud will be offering yearlings by such notable or promising stallions as Canford Cliffs, Danon Platina, New Predator, Rafeef, Willow Magic and champion sire elect Vercingetorix at the 2022 KZN Yearling Sale.
Cathy had the following to say about her string for the KZN Yearling Sale:
Lot 67 is a colt by Canford Cliffs out of a Jet Master mare. He is related to multiple black type winners including Captain Chaos, Set Afire, Rudra, Nania, Red Ray
Lot 86 is a filly by the exciting new stallion New Predator, and she is out of a half sister to eight winners 3 black type horses.
Lot 87 is a filly by Danon Platina. She is a half sister to 2 winners and closely related to the people’s horse Kommetdieding.
Lot 95 is a filly by sire of the moment Vercingetorix. Her dam is the winning full sister to African Night Sky from a top-class US female line. One to take note of.
Lot 117 is a lovely athletic colt by the well received sire Rafeef. His dam is a stakes placed Australian mare. Another one to take note of.
Lot 145, a large colt by Willow Magic, a stallion who is doing it on the track. This colt is a half brother to two winners out of a well related Trippi mare.
This consignment can be found in Block B at the Suncoast Casino in Durban.