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SUMMERHILL SIRES FILM 2012 / 2013

Summerhill Sires Film 2012 / 2013
Summerhill Sires Film 2012 / 2013
summerhill stud, south africa
summerhill stud, south africa

Enquiries :

Linda Norval 27 (0) 33 263 1081

or email linda@summerhill.co.za

www.summerhill.co.za

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DANEHILL VS DANEHILL'S HEIR

High Chaparral Stallion
High Chaparral Stallion

High Chaparral… firing the digestive juices of Australian investors

(Photo : Coolmore)

“Racing is about running and in general,

the best beget the best…”

There’s no doubt about it, the Aussies have been using their home-bred racing champions with greater confidence than we have, for some time now. While it took an imported stallion in the form of Star Kingdom (a grandson of the great English sire, Hyperion) to trigger it off, he left in his wake a legion of out-and-out speed horses, Biscay, Bletchingly and Marscay to inspire the locals into believing that colonial-breds had some kind of shot in the breeding sheds. Whether it was driven by commercial necessity or a genuine belief in their own racing merit, their faith rested principally in those that had shown extraordinary precocity and speed at two, and so Golden Slipper heroes like Vain (by Wilkes by Court Martial) got their chances, too.

However, the lords and ladies of the “Old Country” kept reminding us colonists that the font of real excellence remained in Britain, and when the Americans and the French began to reveal the prowess of their local-breds, the British parliament enacted the Jersey Act in 1913, which effectively closed the General Stud Book to only those horses with genuine British roots. Whether we can blame it on this piece of legislation, or whether it was a general sense that if it came from England, it was always better than the local product, we don’t know, but the fact is that breeders in the colonies laboured for decades with the complex that the local-bred was inferior.

You’ve heard us say this before, but it’s worth reiterating, racing is about running and in general, the best beget the best. The Aussies eventually discovered this in no uncertain terms with the advent of the only genuinely successful imported shuttle sire, Danehill, who left a veritable treasure trove of stallion prospects in Australia. Just as the Japanese discovered through their “emperor”, Sunday Silence, who with his sons occupied as many as seven or eight of the top ten spots in their sires log, Danehill and his sons have done much the same, and in Fastnet Rock, he now has a third champion sire to his name. The redoubtable Redoute’s Choice was the first, Flying Spur the second, and now Fastnet Rock, who like Redoute’s Choice, is posting numbers comparable to the legend himself.

This weekend past, Fastnet Rock recorded his 33rd career Stakes winner when Destruction did just that to his field in the Dalrello Stakes in Brisbane. Remarkably, he was Fastnet Rock’s 16th individual Black- type scorer this season alone.

What’s interesting about Fastnet Rock’s career to date are the parallels with Danehill. At the same point in his career, Danehill had raked up 32 Stakes winners (including 12 Group One winners) while Fastnet Rock with a couple of months of the season to go, already has 33 Stakes winners with 10 Group One winners. It has to be said though, that for all his spectacular virtues (he is the only sire in history to have claimed titles in both the Northern and Southern hemispheres), the competition in Danehill’s time was probably not quite as stiff as it is now. It was a straight dogfight in those days with the great New Zealand stallion, Zabeel (himself an Australian home-bred), while both were competing in a space that was largely being vacated by the likes of Marscay and Bletchingly.

These days, Fastnet Rock has to compete head on with his own barn-mate, Encosta Da Lago, as well as Redoute’s Choice and Flying Spur, while the “ante” in the shuttle stakes has been upped considerably with the entry into the market of Darley and their flotilla of world-class performers.

While it’s true that these horses and those of Coolmore represent most of the cream of Northern hemisphere stallions, it’s only in Australasia that the best of America, Europe, Britain and Ireland, get to compete on a single playing field, and so there’s an argument to support the theory that the Southern hemisphere could just be the toughest testing ground in the stallion business anywhere.

Of course, we must remember that success in the North doesn’t always convert itself into success in the South; indeed, it seldom does, and it’s probably fair to say that despite the odd successes from the legion of shuttlers that have done duty in the Antipodes, the only real big hit came from Danehill. Horses like Montjeu, Galileo and Giant’s Causeway had little impact Down Under, though there’s a new star in the firmament right now in the form of Sadler’s Wells’ six-time Group One winning son, High Chaparral, who gave that territory four Group One winners in his first season at stud, to add to the two he’d produced up North. The trifecta of his sons Shootout, Descarado and Monaco Consul in the Australian Derby (Gr.1) and the globe-trotting exploits of one of the world’s best middle distance performers, So You Think, have so fired the digestive juices of Australian investors, that fellows like us, who trawl their sales for the occasional prospect, don’t even get in a gear change in the bidding for them.

So much for Australasia. The local scene appears to have finally turned the corner in its self-belief. We’ve had the occasional warning shots from the likes of Elevation, Harry Hotspur and Model Man, telling us to pay more attention to our own champions, but it wasn’t until recently that Jet Master, Captain Al and National Emblem shot to real prominence. We’ve been short of faith for so long, the regular practice among our trainers was to geld as the quick solution to any animal’s temperament, waywardness or haemo-concentration in his blood, and we haven’t quite found our way out of that mentality yet. For all his influence as one of the best stallions we’ve known, Jet Master has just one Group One-winning son at stud, and he’s already gone. It’s time we took a leaf out of the Australian book, and come to the realization that the horse proven in our own conditions, has at least as good a shot as a top horse from abroad. The cattle and the sheep breeders knew that long ago.

summerhill stud, south africa
summerhill stud, south africa

Enquiries :

Linda Norval 27 (0) 33 263 1081

or email linda@summerhill.co.za

www.summerhill.co.za

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READY AND RAVISHING

Ravishing Stallion
Ravishing Stallion

Ravishing

(Photo : Greig Muir)

RAVISHING (SAF)

JET MASTER (SAF) - CRIMSON LILY (SAF)

If you’d been an insider at the 2005 National Yearling Sale, you’d have been gobsmacked at the gulf between what Geoff Woodruff had to pay to secure a son of Jet Master, and the next most expensive offspring from that stallion’s first offering. Chestnut and flaxen-maned in the manner of Roy Rogers’ Trigger, Ravishing was the point of perfection the thoroughbred has reached after more than 300 years of meticulous selection. For that, he had to shell out R1,1 million, a tidy sum in those days.

Beautifully proportioned, regally bred with the presence of a prince, the money Robert Muir outlayed to get his man seemed at the time, a light year away from reality. When you look back at what the Jet Masters from that crop did, you wonder what distinguished this fellow from the herd, yet it wasn’t terribly long before the question was answered. In no uncertain terms.

Whatever the credentials of the rest, when Ravishing sliced a sizeable chunk off the class record on debut, when he first flashed the long elegant stride of a future Classic winner at the shortest of trips, Robert Muir and Geoff Woodruff knew that they had the goods.

Woodruff will tell you that Ravishing was as gifted a thoroughbred as he’s had through his hands, but he’ll also tell you he expected it of him. We know now, because his father’s done it, that he was the son of the greatest South African-bred stallion of all-time. We knew then, that he was a brother to the Durban July contender, Red Badge, that he descended from the family of Run For Lily, Fort Defiance and Prince of War. Yes, Woodruff believed in him, empathetically. But he also knew that he was as frustrating a horse as he’d ever trained, plagued as he was with every ailment imaginable. In the end, his was a distinguished career, in which he hit the boards as a three-year-old in the Gauteng Guineas and romped away with the South African Derby (Gr.1). There are not too many with the speed to set class records at 1000 metres, and to show such class at 2450 metres.

When his first two runners came home with cheques, the team at Summerhill was suitably impressed. They’ll tell you they expected them to come later, to take time to find their feet, and like their sire, to be at their best at three. That Little Chikikita spun home on debut at 1100 metres at Borrowdale Park on Sunday, was just a belated Christmas bonus. We now know they can run, it’s just a matter of how soon, and how far.

summerhill stud, south africa
summerhill stud, south africa

Enquiries :

Linda Norval 27 (0) 33 263 1081

or email linda@summerhill.co.za

www.summerhill.co.za

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NATIONAL YEARLING SALE 2012 : JUDGEMENT DAY

John Kramer
John Kramer

John Kramer

(Photo : Leigh Willson)

EMPERORS PALACE NATIONAL YEARLING SALE

TBA Sales Complex, Germiston, South Africa

27 - 29 April 2012

In Warren Buffett terms, investing in stallions would be a “no-no.” He always speaks of his “circle of competence”, and he seldom ventures out of it, to the degree that when it comes to technology stocks, until very recently for reasons besides technology, he took a stab at IBM. Remarkably, he never held anything in the “tech” field, notwithstanding that Microsoft’s founder Bill Gates, is a member of his Berkshire Hathaway board.

The stallion business is a little more speculative, shall we say, and you need not only to have your wits about you, to do your sums and implement your best risk management practice, but when it gets down to the horse himself, the genetics, his performances, his physique, and especially his “X factor”, you’d better know your stuff, and even then, there’s margin for error.

So it’s a good sign once you’ve got your bankers to sign the cheque, and Lloyds to take him on risk, that his fertility is up to scratch. Then there’s the agonising year-long wait for his first foals, and the nurture that extends well into the yearling stage. Meanwhile, you want to know you’ve given the youngsters everything of the best, the best environment, the best husbandry and the best nutrition, and the best opportunity to be everything their histories promise they could be.

After that, it’s out of your hands, and you’re at the mercy of the judges, who were here last week to cast their eyes over the crop for April’s National Yearling Sale. Our “new kids on the block” are Mullins Bay, Ravishing and Stronghold (their second crops) and the “showroom boy,” A.P. Arrow (first crop.) The latter is represented by fine specimens at this week’s showcase Cape Premier Yearling Sale (both scored 9/10 when John Kramer and Keeneland’sTom Thornbury were the examiners), and “A.P” was on the mark again last week with two more 9s, one 8.5 and three 8s in the Summerhill draft.

John Kramer has long ranked among the top judges of yearlings in the world, and this year the Thoroughbred Breeders Association have appointed one of the best men in the profession to accompany him. Stanley Bennett was a classmate of John’s when they were growing up in Beaufort West (a long, long time ago!) and became one of this country’s most revered studmasters, both for his own account and in a long and distinguished career at Maine Chance Farm, initially with Godfrey Gird and then with Graham Beck. He knows horses as well as anyone we know, and between the two of them, they make a rare combination. Every time a Mullins Bay came on parade, Stanley was quick to proclaim its virtues, and in the end, the man stood up with 6x 8,5s and 4x 8s. His contemporary Ravishing has just three entries, but Robert Muir’s stallion scored astonishingly well with one 9, one 8 .5 and one 8, all with potential to make the connections of the former S.A. Derby winner, break sweat.

Finally, there’s an old saying that they only have to die or be sold, and there’s an explosion. That this could be the case for Timeform’s champion handicapper, Stronghold, is undeniable, given the results returned by the judges. Eight entered, 3 x 8.5s and five 8s, simple as that.

This is some kind of a draft, as it doesn’t end there. There’s the usual raft of Kahals and Muhtafals (trumpeted last week by no less a judge than Bill Oppenheim, whose Apex ratings placed them 5th and 8th respectively among the best stallions in the country), but there’s more to this lot than that. We also have internationally-bred representatives of Authorized (first for the English Derby winner), Duke Of Marmalade (international Horse Of The Year), Husson (the Argentinean champion, who ranks third among all juvenile sires in Australia with his first foals at the races,) and Teofilo, whose present ad in the Darley camp claims he’s off to a better start than his own phenomenal sire, Galileo, at the same stage.

Wherever else you may fish at the National Sales Complex, if you want to be in the swim in 2013, you’d need to make a turn at Block A.

summerhill stud, south africa
summerhill stud, south africa

Enquiries :

Tarryn Liebenberg 27 (0) 83 787 1982

or email tarryn@summerhill.co.za

www.summerhill.co.za

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RAVISHING : GROUP ONE SIRE?

Ravishing Group One Sire
Ravishing Group One Sire

RAVISHING

GROUP ONE LOOKS.

GROUP ONE PEDIGREE.

GROUP ONE WINNER.

Leading First Season Sire at the National Two Year Old Sale,

averaging more than 8 x’s his fee.

GROUP ONE SIRE?

Look for his first progeny at :

The Emperors Palace Ready To Run Sale

Sunday 6th November

*Six cheque payment scheme for qualifying buyers.

summerhill stud, south africa
summerhill stud, south africa

Enquiries :

Linda Norval 27 (0) 33 263 1081

or email linda@summerhill.co.za

www.summerhill.co.za

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TOPS, PERIOD. THAT'S RAVISHING.

Ravishing by Jet Master
Ravishing by Jet Master

RAVISHING

TOP FIRST CROP SIRE

at the National Two Year Old Sale.

TOP JET MASTER YEARLING

of his own year, by a country mile.

TOP SON AT STUD

of the Top South African Stallion

of all time.

TOPS, PERIOD.

THAT’S RAVISHING.

Look for his first progeny at :

The Emperors Palace Ready To Run Sale

Sunday 6th November

*Six cheque payment scheme for qualifying buyers.

summerhill stud, south africa
summerhill stud, south africa

Enquiries :

Linda Norval 27 (0) 33 263 1081

or email linda@summerhill.co.za

www.summerhill.co.za

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THE CHANCE. TO BREED AN ALL-TIME GREAT.

Ravishing Ready To Run Sale 2011
Ravishing Ready To Run Sale 2011

THEY’VE TAKEN THE CHANCE.

TO BE EVEN GREATER.

The horse with the lightning turn of foot.

Or as they say in the country of his greatest triumphs…

“Le hashi liya gijima khakulu.”

RAVISHING.

Look for his first progeny at :

The Emperors Palace Ready To Run Sale

Sunday 6th November

*Six cheque payment scheme for qualifying buyers.

summerhill stud, south africa
summerhill stud, south africa

Enquiries :

Linda Norval 27 (0) 33 263 1081

or email linda@summerhill.co.za

www.summerhill.co.za

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GEOFF WOODRUFF : "THE MOST FRUSTRATINGLY TALENTED HORSE..."

Ravishing and Geoff Woodruff
Ravishing and Geoff Woodruff

FRUSTRATING? YES.

BRILLIANT? CERTAINLY.

RAVISHING.

“He was the most frustratingly talented horse I’ve trained.”

That’s some statement. By some professional.

GEOFF WOODRUFF. As good as they get.

THE RACEHORSE

Grade One Classic winner from 1000 metres to 2450 metres;

mixed it in all the Big Ones.

THE PEDIGREE

From one of the best families in the stud book,

out of one of the few mares in history to have two runners

in the same “July.”

THE LOOKS

Jet Master’s highest priced first crop yearling at R1,1 million.

By a distance.

Look for his first progeny at :

The Emperors Palace Ready To Run Sale

Sunday 6th November

*Six cheque payment scheme for qualifying buyers.

summerhill stud, south africa
summerhill stud, south africa

Enquiries :

Linda Norval 27 (0) 33 263 1081

or email linda@summerhill.co.za

www.summerhill.co.za

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DID YOU MISS RAKEEN? AND JET MASTER?

Rakeen, Jet Master, Ravishing
Rakeen, Jet Master, Ravishing

DON’T MAKE THE SAME MISTAKE THREE TIMES.

Because last week the market answered the questions.

In no uncertain terms.

Several Ravishings made more than R100,000 at the Two Year Old Sale,

averaging R83,000.

That’s more than 8x’s his service fee,

an admirable performance in tough times.

Look for his first progeny at

The Emperors Palace Ready To Run Sale

Sunday 6th November

*Six cheque payment scheme for qualifying buyers.

summerhill stud, south africa
summerhill stud, south africa

Enquiries :

Linda Norval 27 (0) 33 263 1081

or email linda@summerhill.co.za

www.summerhill.co.za

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JET MASTER : THE KING IS IN TROUBLE...

Ravishing - Son Of Jet Master
Ravishing - Son Of Jet Master

LONG LIVE HIS SON.

The best South African sire of all time

is having a holiday.

His best son at stud is Ravishing,

Classic winner from 1000m (in 57.3 secs)

and hero of the SA Derby (Gr1)

from two Group One performers.

Look for his first progeny at

The Emperors Palace Ready To Run Sale

Sunday 6th November

*Six cheque payment scheme for qualifying buyers.

summerhill stud, south africa
summerhill stud, south africa

Enquiries :

Linda Norval 27 (0) 33 263 1081

or email linda@summerhill.co.za

www.summerhill.co.za

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RELATIONSHIPS BUILD VALUE

Ravishing Stallion
Ravishing Stallion

Ravishing

(Photo : Leigh Willson)

“Friendships Mean Everything”

Summerhill is one of those places where friendships mean everything. The world is a big place, and the only way to make it smaller is to make friends. It is true that transactions build turnovers, and none of us can do without them, but in our case, relationships build value. Today we have the pleasure of greeting some of our oldest friends, and by that we speak in generational terms. Just recently, Igugu became the fourth horse known to these pastures, to take Africa’s most famous prize, the Vodacom Durban July, and she did so from an erstwhile paddock-mate, Pierre Jourdan. Our connection with this enormous event goes back 65 years however, to the victory of Pat Goss Snr’s diminutive St Pauls, still the smallest horse ever to wear the blue sash. He did so from draw 20 and came home in record time, some achievement for a horse who started out in pony and galloway handicaps (races reserved for horses under 15 hands), and went on to stardom.

In 1952, Raymond Ellis’ Mowgli got up in the dying strides to deny Irradiate, in one of the races greatest displays of courage, and his feats that year guaranteed his place among the immortals.

The 1993 renewal fell to Dancing Duel, who added the great race to a resume which included that year’s South African Guineas and the Daily News 2000, guaranteeing him the Champion Three-Year-Old title. He carried the silks of our old mate Luke Bales, of Singita fame. Then of course, there was Igugu, in the colours of one of our first customers, Andre Macdonald and His Highness Sheikh Mohammed, whose family association stretches more than two decades.

You might ask what this has to do with relationships, and all of them have their own story, none more so than little St Pauls. Pat Goss was the eternal optimist, and after his horse had completed a spell on his farm The Springs, in the remote reaches of East Griquland, he told all who would listen that he had just loaded the July winner onto the Durban-bound train.

His optimism extended to booking out Durban’s most famous hospitality landmark, The Kew Hotel on the city’s Berea, almost three months before the starter would call them into line. The manager of the hotel was a young “deb” by the name of June Macguire, and she made the reservation. In the aftermath of the race, every Durbanite, whether he knew Pat Goss or not, who share the winning owner’s reverence for the Durbn July, was invited to the party, and its reputed to have raged for two days. Shortly afterwards the Kew burnt down, but its said it had nothing to do with the July party.

The point of this story is that June Maguire’s daughter, Robin Coller, married an American by name of Robert Muir, today one of South Africa’s landmark racehorse owners, and Robin and the boss go back as mates to their schooldays. They are visiting today, and Robert will tell you that when his first foal arrived here he was told his four day old foal, “Hot Guard would win the Smirnoff (Gr1)”. Just like Luke Bales was told the day Dancing Duel was born, that he win the July. Of course, we’ve made other prophecies here before, and they haven’t all been right, but we got these two right.

Robert and Robin have kept their mares at Summerhill for many years, and whilst their band has been relatively small, they’ve bred stand-outs Rambo’s Jewel, (Horse of the Year in KZN), Sleek Braashee etc, as well as standing the celebrated racehorses, Cataloochee and Ravishing at the Midlands nursery. Few things are more worthy than good friends, and these are among the best.

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BREED FOR THE BIG ONES : IT'S WHERE THE MONEY IS

South African Horseracing Prizemoney Trends
South African Horseracing Prizemoney Trends

“…the best endowed races on our calendar are at 2000 metres and beyond…”

It never ceases to amaze us how much of a role fashion plays in the formulation of our breeding practices. The best endowed races on our calendar are at 2000 metres and beyond, yet the dictates of the sales ring appear too often, to occupy the forefront of our plans. Logic tells us that to win these races, you need to produce the type that gets every yard of the trip, hence the presence at Summerhill of ADMIRE MAIN.

As the only son of SUNDAY SILENCE on the African continent, he already holds a unique place in our sport, but as one of the top trio of racehorses of his generation, his real attraction must lie in the thought that six of Japan’s top ten sires, are also sons of one of the world’s most desirable influences.

The same can be said of RAVISHING, whose first youngsters greet the auctioneer in 2011, and whose excellent book in his third season tells us all that needs to be told. Unsurprising for the best son at stud of the best South African sire of all time.

It’s gratifying to report that while there has been a substantial reduction in the national broodmare population in line with international trends, bookings to the Summerhill Stallions are quite well ahead of last year’s at the same stage. This is not only a tribute to the stallions themselves, but it is a sign that breeders have aligned themselves with our strategy of taking advantage of the favourable service fees, and ensuring they have the stock to sell when the supply and demand equation swings in favour of producers by the time this year’s coverings manifest themselves as yearlings for the 2014 market.

summerhill stud, south africa
summerhill stud, south africa

For more information please visit :

www.summerhill.co.za

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SUMMERHILL SIRES FILM 2011 / 2012

Summerhill Stallion Film 2011 / 2012
Summerhill Stallion Film 2011 / 2012

Summerhill Sires Film 2011 / 2012

(An iKind Media Production)

SUMMERHILL SIRES 2011 / 2012

Summerhill Stud CEO, Mick Goss, presents the Summerhill Sires for the 2011/2012 breeding season. Featured in this formidable lineup of Stallion talent are Admire Main, AP Arrow, Bankable, Brave Tin Soldier, Kahal, Muhtafal, Mullins Bay, Ravishing and Visionaire, as well as an introduction to the recently opened Al Maktoum School of Management Excellence.

summerhill stud, south africa
summerhill stud, south africa

For more information please visit :

www.summerhill.co.za

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THE NATIONAL YEARLING SALE : BLOCK A

Summerhill Stud National Yearling Sale 2011
Summerhill Stud National Yearling Sale 2011

Click above to watch a Summerhill documentary for the 2011 National Yearling Sale…

(An iKind Media Production)

EMPERORS PALACE

NATIONAL YEARLING SALE

15 - 17 April 2011

If they’re carrying this brand,

you know you’re in business.

summerhill stud, south africa
summerhill stud, south africa

For more information please visit :

www.summerhill.co.za

kerry jack
kerry jack

Kerry Jack

+27 (0) 82 782 7297

tarryn liebenberg
tarryn liebenberg

Tarryn Liebenberg

+27 (0) 83 787 1982

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NATIONAL YEARLING SALES INSPECTION

summerhill yearling at inspection 2010
summerhill yearling at inspection 2010

Please click above to view photos from the National Sales Inspection…

(Photography : Leigh Willson)

John Kramer and Alan Roux come to visit with their clipboards

It’s that time of year again when the TBA inspectors make their annual pilgrimage around the country and last week John Kramer and Alan Roux spent some time with us inspecting our 2011 National Yearling sales prospects. With a strong crop of yearlings including the first crop of Mullins Bay, StrongholdandRavishing as well as a couple of Trippis thrown in the mix we were hopeful of a good result and were not disappointed! Now we wait and see what the pedigree bofs have to say in a few weeks time before we know how many youngsters are accepted, but with a solid bunch of Kahals and Muhtafals and a few exciting imports we’;re looking forward to next year’s sale.

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SUMMERHILL STALLION DAY 2010 VIDEO

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If you have a slow connection, please be patient.

Thank you.

“Racing’s Greatest Day Out”

A documentary of the 2010 Summerhill Stallion Day 

produced by Jimmy Lithgow for Inside Racing, Tellytrack, South Africa.

summerhill stud south africa
summerhill stud south africa

For more information please visit :

www.summerhill.co.za

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SUMMERHILL STALLION VIDEO 2010 - 2011

video of stallions at summerhill stud, kwazulu-natal, south africa
video of stallions at summerhill stud, kwazulu-natal, south africa

 Please click above to watch the Summerhill Sires for 2010/2011

(If you have a slow internet connection, please allow to buffer…)

(An iKind Media Production 2010)

THE SUMMERHILL SIRES 

THE BEST ASSEMBLY OF YOUNG STALLIONS WE’VE KNOWN

Mick Goss presents the Summerhill Stud Stallions for the 2010 - 2011 season. This formidable lineup includes Admire Main, AP Arrow, Brave Tin Soldier, Kahal, Malhub, Muhtafal, Mullins Bay, Ravishing, Solskjaer and Way West.

ADMIRE MAIN

MUHTAFAL

AP ARROW

MULLINS BAY

BRAVE TIN SOLDIER

RAVISHING

KAHAL

SOLSKJAER

MALHUB

WAY WEST

For more information please visit :

www.summerhill.co.za

or call :

Linda Norval

+27 (0) 33 263 1081

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