The Sanne’s Oldlands Stud have bred numerous top-class horses over the years. From such G1 winners as Canadian Summer, English Garden and Zarina, to the dam of G1 Vodacom Durban July/G1 World Sports Betting Cape Town Met winning sire Kommetdieding and this season’s G2 TAB Gauteng Guineas runner up Hotarubi, Oldlands Stud is a proven source of thoroughbred stars. Yet another smart sort bred by Oldlands Stud is this season’s promising two-year-old Taxi To The Moon, who recently made a winning debut at the Vaal.

Oldlands Stud will be offering six lots (one as agent) at this year’s National Yearling Sale, including half-brothers to both Hotarubi and Taxi To The Moon. Their string is made up of yearlings sired by Canford Clifffs, Captain Of All, Legislate, Master Of My Fate, One World and Querari. Barbara Sanne is confident her draft will be find favour with buyers at the 2024 National Sale, and had the following comments to make about Oldlands’ exciting consignment:

Moon Ship (Lot 121) c Captain Of All -Earn A Moon, by Indigo Magic
This colt had an exciting update when his half-brother, Taxi To The Moon, won on debut as the hot favouite

Love My Style (Lot 136) c Canford Cliffs -Feel My Love, by Fusaichi Pegasus (Offered as Agent)
His half-brother by Royal Mo is knocking at the door

Marketa (Lot 155) f One World -Geolina, by Kabool
She is a well developed filly and quite forward

Peace Rose (Lot 165) f Querari -Guns And Roses, by Trippi
She is a classy, big filly

Like Fire (Lot 168) c Master Of My Fate -Hanabi, by Var
He is a special colt with a special brother in Hotarubi, a Derby hopeful

Good For You (Lot 345) c Legislate -Slighly Blonde, by Indigo Magic
He is well made and should be early

This draft can be found in Block A at the TBA Complex in Germiston.