Narrow Creek Stud, breeders of, among others, exported Equus Champion Isivunguvungu and 2022 G1 WSB SA Classic winner Red Saxon, enjoyed some great results at the 2023 National Yearling Sale. The farm sold the Rafeef filly Queen Of Love for R700 000, while the Narrow Creek Stud consigned Rafeef colt out of Spring Wonder was knocked down to Form Bloodstock for the same amount at the 2023 National Sale. John Everett will be bringing another top-class consignment to this year’s National Yearling Sale, with Narrow Creek’s draft made up of yearlings sired by all of Buffalo Bill Cody, Canford Cliffs, Elusive Fort, Hawwaam, Master Of My Fate, Querari, Rafeef and the ever popular What A Winter. This is a very nice bunch across the board with a mixture of proven stallions with a few very exciting young stallions thrown in. While there is plenty to recommend this draft in its entirety, there a few real standout yearlings in this draft including:

Lot 191 Strutting f Hawwaam -Isabelle
Neat Hawwaam filly out of a half sister to Sandringham Summit

Lot 197 Rock The Road f Rafeef -Jin-Go-La-Ba
Beautiful racy Rafeef half sister to Sprinkles. She oozes class!

Lot 228 Mystical Lass f Rafeef -Magical Miss
Classy half sister to Magical Wonderland, and also by Rafeef

Lot 243 Yippee Kiyay c Buffalo Bill Cody -Miss Magical
This colt is a must see not only because it is the only Buffalo Bill Cody on the sale. (Narrow Creek are no strangers to Buffalo Bill Cody, having bred the stallion’s very promising son Buffalo Storm Cody).

Lot 328 East Coast Girl f Querari -Sherry
One for the pedigree lovers. This is a very neat full sister to Homely Girl and is also a perfect match on Goldmine.

Lot 389 Helderberg f Elusive Fort -Too Phat To Fly
A nice strong Elusive Fort filly being a first foal out of a stakes winning dam in the form of Too Phat To Fly.

Narrow Creek’s string can be found in Block C at the TBA Complex in Germiston.