Ascot Stud is synonymous with breeding top-class racehorses, with the farm having consistently produced high-class thoroughbreds over the past few decades.

Ascot has also had tremendous success in breeding top-class two-year-olds, with champions Arabian Lass, Rock Opera and Warning Zone just a few of the East Cape outfit’s numerous juvenile success stories.

Other notable two-year-olds bred and raised by Ascot include former SA Nursery winners Arabian Beat and Hit Song, high-class stakes winners Foreign Source and Global Drummer, and also offered Equus Champion 2YO Cousin Casey, on behalf of Riyo Stud, for sale at the 2021 National Yearling Sale.

Ascot Stud will be offering buyers the chance to acquire their own Arabian Lass or Hit Song when they bring a top-class draft to the 2022 November Two Year Old Sale.

The farm will be bringing two-year-olds by resident stallions Global View and Heavenly Blue, as well as a smashing filly from the first crop of Fire Away, to the upcoming November Two Year Old Sale.

Highlights in this five strong draft include Im A Blondie (Lot 152), a Fire Away filly out of Brazilian G3 winner Energia Elegante, Olive View (Lot 166), a Global View filly whose dam is a full-sister to the dam of former Horse Of The Year Summer Pudding, and Dark Silver (Lot 183). The latter, a colt from the first crop of Ascot’s G1 winning stallion Heavenly Blue, is out of a stakes placed mare from the same family as champions Dog Wood and Enchanted Garden to name but two.

Ascot’s string for this year’s November Sale can be viewed in Block B at the TBA Complex in Germiston.