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If You Can't Beat 'Em, Join Em

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If You Can't Beat 'Em, Join Em

Another innovation that came with the birth of the Emperors Palace Ready To Run was our annual sortie to the Australian sales, Inglis Premier in Melbourne and the Magic Millions Weanling auction at the Gold Coast.

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Summerhill and The Ready To Run

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Summerhill and The Ready To Run

Just short of a decade ago, Summerhill and its sponsors initiated the idea of the Emperors Palace Ready To Run Cup. In that time, of the graduates of our Ready To Run programme and the Sale itself, in training...

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Count On Us, Because "YOU CAN"

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Count On Us, Because "YOU CAN"

It pays to do your homework sometimes, especially when we think we already know it all. You see, ever since its baptism a hundred metres from the Summerhill Stallion Barn almost three decades ago, we’ve treated the Ready To Run sale as our own; we’ve always seen its outcomes as “one”, rather than a matter of “we” and “them”. When it came to “who” contributed “what” in the way of turnovers, and who turned out the big race winners, it was much the same.

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It's Official: The Richest Race in Africa

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It's Official: The Richest Race in Africa

The Ready To Run always had a sense of destiny to it.
From humble beginnings, these days it’s prefaced with “Emperors Palace” and it’s patrons begin with “Their Majesties”.
Now, at R3.85million, it’s titled the “continent’s greatest prize”.
A tribute to all its stakeholders, and especially those that “ticked the box”.

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History In The Making

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History In The Making

The Emperors Palace Ready To Run sale and its associated race, the “Cup”, has always had an air of destiny to it. To start, it was the first sale of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere, it may even have been the first in the world, initiated in the shade of the old oak tree outside the farm office.

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Another Bow

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Another Bow

One of the rare places left on my bucket list of famous racing venues was Goodwood, affectionately prefixed by the Brits with “Glorious” at this time of year. There are few places conducive to chilling out in the heat of England’s high summer, but Goodwood, with its relaxed charm of high-class action and its matchless setting atop the Downs, is one of them.

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The Richest 85 Seconds In Sport

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The Richest 85 Seconds In Sport

In a sport in which a week can be a long time, twenty six years is like a lifetime. What seems obvious today, might’ve been inconceivable then. It was. Imagine a world in which today’s most popular landscape in racehorse marketing, Ready To Run sales, was as vacant as the moon, where a King and a Queen, a Princess and her princely consort was, at best, a daydream of the “plebs”.

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FANTASTIC FOURTEEN

School of Management Excellence
School of Management Excellence

School of Management Excellence, Summerhill Stud

R4MILLION EMPERORS PALACE READY TO RUN CUP

Turffontein, November 2014

Anybody who tells you they wouldn’t want a runner in November’s

R4million Ready To Run Cup

, is “fibbing”. And if they tell you there are no more opportunities to get a

“ticket”

in the sweep, they’d also be “fibbing”. There’s

one last chance to roll the dice

, and there are

fourteen

of them that can buy a ticket,

but only one place you can do it.

EMPERORS PALACE SUMMER READY TO RUN SALE

Summerhill Stud, Mooi River, South Africa

Tuesday, 18 February 2014

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summerhill stud

Enquiries :

Tarryn Liebenberg +27 (0) 83 787 1982

or email tarryn@summerhill.co.za

www.summerhill.co.za

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DON'T GET "LEFT" BEHIND

Summer Ready To Run Sale 2014
Summer Ready To Run Sale 2014

“Thirteen are holding tickets for next year’s R3.5million Ready To Run Cup”

(Photo : Leigh Willson)

“HEY BOET, GET YOURSELF A BOMBER”

Anywhere else, “leftovers” means exactly that. At Summerhill though, it means late foals, slow maturers, once-injured, and

thirteen

holding tickets for next year’s

R3.5million Ready To Run Cup

. In the past, the leftovers have done the talking for us. Champions

Bold Ellinore

,

Imbongi

,

Paris Perfect

,

Hear The Drums

, millionaires and Gr.1 performers

Amphitheatre

,

Emperor Napoleon

,

Vangelis

,

No Worries

and

Corredor

.

EMPERORS PALACE SUMMER READY TO RUN SALE

Summerhill Stud, Mooi River, South Africa

18 February 2014

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summerhill stud

Enquiries :

Tarryn Liebenberg +27 (0) 83 787 1982

or email tarryn@summerhill.co.za

www.summerhill.co.za

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HINDSIGHT IS STILL 20/20

Winter Star - Breeder Summerhill Stud
Winter Star - Breeder Summerhill Stud

Mick Goss receives the Emperors Palace Ready To Run Cup winning breeder trophy on behalf of Summerhill Stud

from Emperors Palace COO Bob Yearham

(Photo : JC Photos)

EMPERORS PALACE READY TO RUN CUP

Turffontein, Turf, 1400m

2 November 2013

Mick Goss - Summerhill CEO
Mick Goss - Summerhill CEO

Mick Goss

Summerhill CEOFor a race that was recently stripped by NHA of its accruals to breeders and stallions for statistical purposes, the 7th running of the Emperors Palace Ready To Run Cup has once again stood its ground not only against the Group One form of the past season, but to the outcomes of Saturday’s Group races. Of course, there’ll be all sorts of opinions about that, but no-one can deny the facts, because they’re in black and white. Lined up on Saturday were five Group One runners of the past season (Umgiyo, Judicial, Admiral’s Eye, Dover Beach and the “Cup” heroine, Winter Star), while the collateral from Saturday’s form was Pej’s neck second to Copiaco on their previous start; Copiaco was narrowly beaten in the Starling Stakes (Gr.3), while Pej picked up the R100,000 cheque on offer for eighth place in the Cup (though it has to be said, from a 14 barrier slot.)

In the event, Winter Star took the Cup’s honours as well as the R1.25million cheque in convincing style for “rookie” trainer Johan Janse van Vuuren and his young Mauritian client, Vicky Veeramootoo, a memorable training feat, not only for the fact that her trainer has only been in the business a short while, but also given that she went down with a virus in the week immediately before, and went into the race “cold”. Judicial was third, Arcetri Pink fifth and Admiral’s Eye sixth, while Pej was eighth, as we’ve said.

This was a high-class renewal of a race that long ago established itself as decidedly Group-class, and if you consider not only what it does for racing, the “buzz” it brings to the track and the competition it has provided for the nation’s “Big 3”, it’s a sad day for the game that there’s not a penny’s worth of recognition by the NHA for either the breeder or the sire of any candidate in the field. All the more so, because in every other major racing country in the world, these sales races have been identified for what they’re worth, and their accruals count for every bit as much as any other race in those countries. Remember the establishment’s outcry when Kerry Packer revolutionised cricket, and what that did for the game? You wonder what cricket would have done to survive if it hadn’t been for Packer’s innovations, and while the purists prophesied the death knell for the gentlemens’ game, all that’s happened is that it developed an entirely new fan base and now we have 20/20! To hell with it all: the “buzz” on the course and the result of the sale tells us that at least someone out there appreciates what the Cup has done for the game.

summerhill stud, south africa
summerhill stud, south africa

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THE CUP : A STAR IS BORN

Winter Star - Emperors Palace Ready To Run Cup
Winter Star - Emperors Palace Ready To Run Cup

Watch Winter Star winning the Emperors Palace Ready To Run Cup

(Image: JC Photos - Footage : Tellytrack)

EMPERORS PALACE READY TO RUN CUP

Turffontein, Turf, 1400m

2 November 2013

The R3million Emperors Palace Ready To Run Cup produced the finish of the afternoon at Turffontein on Saturday. Winter Star’s terrific win celebrated a career high for trainer Johan Janse van Vuuren who is only in his second season of training.

Full marks to the organisers and the marketing brains trust behind this race. The build up and hype in the weeks leading into it were marked by speculation and debate amongst racing enthusiasts. This was fuelled by the publication of regular logs to show the standings in the queue of those desperate for a grab at the big cash on offer.

In the end it was eleven fillies and five colts that cracked the nod and lined up. It was also hardly surprising to see a member of the fairer sex win it. Although outnumbered, the boys were not disgraced, when they took the next three place cheques. The tenth placed Artic Route, who finished 7,75 lengths adrift, picked up the last prize of R65,000.

With Umgiyo and Dover Beach slow away, MN Byleveld did not hesitate to take the Cape raider Manievic up to lead from Mount Hillaby and Nisa’s Love.

Into the home run these two continued to gallop strongly as Robbie Fradd drove Arcetri Pink down the middle as the Woodruff import loomed up dangerously.

But with all the apparent action in the middle, the high riding Glen Hatt brought the Solskjaer filly Winter Star down the inside with a determined challenge.

Winter Star slipped down the inside rail and ran on powerfully to beat the gallant Mullins Bay colt Mount Hillaby by 1.25 lengths in a time of 84,71secs.

Piere Strydom produced Tyrone Zackey’sJudicial down the wide outside, and the son of Miesque’s Approval flew late to run a cracking, and what at one stage, looked a highly unlikely third.

The Cape visitor Manievic was prominent for much of the journey, but ran out of steam late to finish fourth. The son of Var was the worst drawn of the placed runners, and ran an honest race under the circumstances.

The 31 year old Van Vuuren learnt his trade in one of South Africa’s top yards. The elite Geoff Woodruff ‘college of equine knowledge’ was Van Vuure’s foundation stone and he started there at the bottom of the ladder as an 18 year old some thirteen years ago.

Van Vuuren saddled his first runner for his own account in November 2012.

He was introduced to winning owner Vicky Veeramootoo by Donavan Mansour, who had met him when he was riding in Mauritius.

The winner was quite appropriately bred by SA champion breeders Summerhill Stud and is by Solskjaer out of the three time winning Exclusive Patriot mare, Winter Dimension.

Winter Star cost just R100,000 at the famous sale and has now won 4 races with 1 place from six starts for total stakes of R1,423,625.

That is the kind of quick return on investment that any owner dreams of.

While Cape Thoroughbred Sales threw a curved ball into the field of play on the eve of this big race with the announcement of their own $1 million race for the Cape in January 2016, there will no doubt be some out of the box thinking to counter the challenge.

As long as racing wins, we are all happy.

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PHOTOS FROM READY TO RUN 2013

Ready To Run 2013 Photos
Ready To Run 2013 Photos

Click above to view photos from Ready To Run 2013…

(Photos : Heather Morkel)

EMPERORS PALACE READY TO RUN SALE

2013

A few photos from the

2013 Emperors Palace Ready To Run Sale

; including the

Emperors Palace Cocktail Party

,

TBA Sales Complex and Sales auditorium

and the

Emperors Palace Ready To Run Cup

day at Turffontein.

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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VICKY VEERAMOOTOO STRIKES CUP GOLD WITH WINTER STAR

Monique Mansour, Bob Yearham, Vicky Veeramootoo, Donovan Mansour, Johan Janse van Vuuren - Emperors Palace Ready To Run Cup
Monique Mansour, Bob Yearham, Vicky Veeramootoo, Donovan Mansour, Johan Janse van Vuuren - Emperors Palace Ready To Run Cup

R3Million Emperors Palace Ready To Run Cup presentation ceremony

(l-r) Monique Mansour, Bob Yearham, Vicky Veeramootoo, Donovan Mansour, Johan Janse van Vuuren

(Photo : JC Photos)

EMPERORS PALACE READY TO RUN CUP

Turffontein, South Africa

2 November 2013

The richest race on yesterday’s Charity Mile race day at Turffontein, the R3-million Emperors Palace Ready To Run Cup, was an excellent advertisement for the Emperors Palace Ready To Run Sale taking place at the TBA Sales Grounds in Germiston over the weekend.

Winter Star (Solskjaer - Winter Dimension), trained by the youthful Johan Janse van Vuuren, landed a winning cheque of R1.25-million for owner Vicky Veeramootoo of Mauritius - who bought the filly on last year’s sale for just R100,000.

Driven on from the irons by Glen Hatt, the three-year-old Summerhill-bred overhauled fellow Summerhill-bred Mount Hillaby (Mullins Bay - Hill Of Plenty), trained by Dominic Zaki and ridden by Fanie Chambers, who looked the likely winner 250m out.

The second-placed Mount Hillaby was purchased for R80,000 on last year’s Ready To Run sale and landed a prize of R600,000, while third-placed Judicial cost R260,000 and delivered his owners a purse of R400,000 on the day.

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Emperors Palace Ready To Run Sale

TBA Sales Complex, Gosforth Park

Lots 1-110 • Friday 1st November

Lots 111-248 • Sunday 3rd November

Read more Summerhill News

from the Emperors Palace Ready To Run Sale

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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WINTER STAR LANDS EMPERORS PALACE READY TO RUN CUP

Winter Star - Emperors Palace Ready To Run Cup
Winter Star - Emperors Palace Ready To Run Cup

R3 MILLION

EMPERORS PALACE READY TO RUN CUP

Turffontein, Turf, 1400m

2 November 2013

(Summerhill Graduates denoted by yellow)

Pos

Horse

Sire

Sex

Kg

MR

Dr

Trainer

Jockey

Price (ZAR)

1

WINTER STAR

Solskjaer

Filly

55.5

104

4

J Janse Van Vuuren

G Hatt

100,000

2

MOUNT HILLABY

Mullins Bay

Colt

58.0

89

1

D Zaki

S Chambers

80,000

3

JUDICIAL

Miesque’s Approval

Colt

58.0

90

9

T Zackey

P Strydom

vbb

4

MANIEVIC

Var

Colt

58.0

88

13

V Marshall

M Byleveld

375,000

5

ARCETRI PINK (AUS)

Rock Of Gibraltar

Filly

55.5

102

6

G Woodruff

R Fradd

vbb

6

ADMIRAL’S EYE

Admire Main

Filly

55.5

102

16

C Laird

S Cormack

340,000

7

CELTIC LEGEND

Stronghold

Filly

55.5

86

5

M de Kock

K Latham

300,000

8

PEJ

Kahal

Filly

55.5

91

14

C Laird

K Shea

240,000

9

ENCHANTED SILK

Kahal

Filly

55.5

88

12

S Tarry

R Danielson

150,000

10

ARTIC ROUTE

Solskjaer

Filly

55.5

85

2

L Houdalakis

C Maujean

60,000

11

DOVER BEACH

Mullins Bay

Filly

55.5

87

15

M Azzie

G Lerena

80,000

12

PRINCESS CREO

Kahal

Filly

55.5

85

3

J Snaith

R Fourie

300,000

13

USISI (AUS)

Rock Of Gibraltar

Filly

55.5

85

11

R Magner

I Sturgeon

425,000

14

DULY ORDAINED (AUS)

Encosta Da Lago

Colt

58.0

96

7

M de Kock

A Marcus

350,000

15

UMGIYO (AUS)

Danehill Dancer

Colt

58.0

105

17

M de Kock

A Delpech

525,000

16

NISA’S LOVE

Kahal

Filly

55.5

90

10

C Laird

G Cheyne

375,000

EMPERORS PALACE READY TO RUN SALE

TBA Sales Complex, Gosforth Park, Germiston, South Africa

Sunday 1st & 3rd November 2013

For more information, please visit :

www.tba.co.za

Emperors Palace Ready To Run Cup • Saturday 2nd November

Lots 1-110 • Friday 1st November

Lots 111-248 • Sunday 3rd November

Read more Summerhill News

from the Emperors Palace Ready To Run Sale

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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READY TO RUN DAY 1 : IT WASN'T QUITE GUY FAWKES YET

Lot 82: Banda (Kahal x Winter Wish)
Lot 82: Banda (Kahal x Winter Wish)

Lot 82: Banda (Kahal x Winter Wish) F

(Photo : Leigh Willson)

EMPERORS PALACE READY TO RUN SALE

TBA Complex, South Africa

1 & 3 November 2013

DAY 1

mick goss
mick goss

Mick Goss

Summerhill CEOAfter the fireworks last November, you might have expected something of a correction in the market at the opening session of the Emperors Palace Ready To Run Sale yesterday, and there was. There were mixed signals leading into the sale, with a significantly increased attendance from the nation’s leading trainers (a good sprinkling from all three major centres), as well as a fairly strong presence of Hong Kong, Singapore, American, German, French and Swedish buyers on the grounds. What was missing though, was the legions of owners and their families on the sales grounds in the days leading up to it.

In the outcome, the top end of the market was characteristically solid (a Summerhill-consigned colt led the charge at R1.8million), but the middle and under-belly was “patchy”, resulting in a 13% reduction in average from R223,750 to R192,644; that said, the median held-up pretty well, dropping just 7% from R140,000 to R130,000. The new “White Knight’ of the racing game has to be the indomitable Adriaan van Vuuren, whose identity as a major player was unveiled at last year’s Ready To Run sale, where he took home Die Kat at a cool R2million (how’s that for a debut?), and last evening signed for the sale-topper, Intandokazi, for himself and his wife Rika. That was the good news, but the bad news was his disclosure afterwards that he was willing to pay a new South African record of R5million for the colt, if needs be! His reasoning was that he’d been trying to find a decent son of Encosta De Lago, but had missed out on his trip to Sydney, and it was as though this fellow was pre-ordained! The battle for this prize kicked off as an internecine scrap between two Hong Kong teams, then KZN’s emerging “king”, Alesh Naidoo, jumped in all on his own, and slugged away to the R1.5million mark, at which point Jehan Malherbe picked up the cudgels for Sheikh Mohammed of Dubai. It eventually got a bit hot in the kitchen for these fellows though, as Michael Azzie, in the fashion for which we’ve come to know him, fired back the moment there was an opposing bid, to blast everyone out of the water for the van Vuurens.

One feature of the sale which stood out vividly, was a renewed vigour in the pursuit of fillies with strong breeding credentials, with American buyers Robert and Susan Lynch joining the fray on Banda (who fell to the bid of top Cape-conditioner, Dean Kannemeyer at R350,000); big Cape owner Keith Steinberg snapping up the Trippi filly Mbabala for Ready To Run maestro, Louis Goosen at R325,000 and the owner of last weekend’s impressive maiden winner, Ikimasu (by Admire Main), Hylton Odendaal and the Alexander boys, shelling out a solid R350,000 for Defining Looks, a half-sister to Lostintranslation from the family of J&B Met hero, Angus, and the Golden Slipper (Gr.1) ace, Dignify. They’ve obviously been reading our blogs, they’ve done the maths, and they know that there will inevitably be a significant shortage of sales stock in the next year or two. The national broodmare band has been heavily culled, and holders of quality breeding stock will be the winners. Just a year ago, these young “ladies’ would have cost R500,000 plus, so this was a golden opportunity.

If there was a slight lack of “gas” around yesterday’s session, there was no lack of it in the Emperors Palace breakfast room this morning, and there was a broad consensus among attendees that tomorrow’s catalogue is a few steps up on Friday’s. That might raise the temperature a bit for tomorrow, while the outcome of the R3million Emperors Palace Ready To Run Cup could well inject new “fire” (not to mention cash) into the bellies of buyers. The Lebanese contingent were here in numbers yesterday, and there were more than a few who promised to pass the confessional on their way to Mass tomorrow morning; you never know what that might do for the final numbers with the forgiveness of the Lord in their hearts!

Click here to view full results from Day 1 of the 2013 Emperors Palace Ready To Run Sale.

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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SNAPPED AT THE EMPERORS PALACE COCKTAIL PARTY

Emperors Palace Ready To Run Cocktail Evening
Emperors Palace Ready To Run Cocktail Evening

Bob Yearham and Mick Goss with Neil Andrews and host of celebrities at the Emperors Palace Ready To Run Cocktail Evening

(Photo : Heather Morkel)

EMPERORS PALACE READY TO RUN COCKTAIL PARTY

Emperors Palace

31 October 2013

PRIDE, PIZZAZ AND PALACES!

Emperors Palace Ready To Run Cup • Saturday 2nd November

Lots 1-110 • Friday 1st November

Lots 111-248 • Sunday 3rd November

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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RICH DAD, POOR DAD

Winter Star Horse
Winter Star Horse

Current favourite, Winter Star, picked up the number 4 berth for Mauritian owner Vicky Meeramootoo

and “rookie” trainer, Johan Janse van Vuuren

(Photo : JC Photos)

EMPERORS PALACE READY TO RUN CUP

Turffontein, South Africa

2 November 2013

Mick Goss - Summerhill CEO
Mick Goss - Summerhill CEO

Mick Goss

Summerhill CEOWould you like the good news or the bad news first? The good news is that eleven of the eighteen in Saturday’s Emperors Palace Ready To Run Cup were graduates of the Summerhill draft last November, and they’re lining up for the richest Ready To Run prize in the world. The bad news though, is that many of our candidates (and especially the more fancied ones) drew in the sticks, and so there’ll be a couple of worried souls out there trying to work out how to overcome that adversity. A chat with Sean Tarry this morning was a little reassuring however, when he reminded me that the draw at Turffontein, whilst always material, is not necessarily the kiss of death it can be at the tighter tracks like Greyville. Much of it depends on the horse of course, because, if you’re on board a forward-running type, you have to “use” your mount quite a bit from the outside in order to get a position. With this kind of money on the line, they usually land running, and there’s seldom a shortage of pace. That said, if you’re a come-from-behind sort, for the same reason and the bulk of the field “flying” early, you can tuck yourself into a neat spot towards the back, right on the rail. Shortest way home, they call it.

A couple of years back, when Mike de Kock had Imbongi in the race, I was asked by the organisers to assist with the draw out at the Vaal. The champion trainer had three entries all told, and they all drew in the bush. The phone rang on the once-peaceful journey from the racecourse to the yard, and what started out as an hour’s contemplation, was suddenly shattered with the words: “With friends like you, who needs enemies?!” It’s a matter of history now that Imbongi ran second, and went on to be champion miler of his generation. While I was not involved in yesterday’s draw, I did form part of the packed gallery in the studio, and I couldn’t help thinking by the end of the proceedings, that Charles Laird must have been asking the same question. He has three entries this year, and his closest slot was 10. Alongside me was his big patron, Alesh Naidoo, owner of Admiral’s Eye and Nisa’s Love, and you have to hand it to the man, he handled the “bad news” in his usual cheerful way. Alesh is nothing if he’s not a tactician though, and within minutes it seemed he’s already worked it out.

De Kock’s “hot” fancy, Umgiyo, a R520,000 graduate of our draft, found himself almost in Turf Club Street in 17, but if anybody can get him into a “hotspot”, it will be master pilot, Anthony Delpech. The only two Summerhill runners with favourable poles were Mount Hillaby (1); that’ll give former Jockey Club chair, Larry Nestadt and Dominic Zaki something to cheer about, while the current favourite, Winter Star, picked up the number 4 berth for Mauritian owner Vicky Meeramootoo and “rookie” trainer, Johan Janse van Vuuren. There’s been talk around the grounds that she’s spiked a bit of a “temp” late last week, but the news this morning was that she’s already over it, and should be good for Saturday.

The doomsayers have been predicting a rainy week, but Sean Tarry’s weather app says we’re in good shape through the weekend. I guess it depends how full your glass is. We’ll go with Sean.

EMPERORS PALACE READY TO RUN CUP

Final Field 

#

Horse

Sire

Sex

Kg

MR

Dr

Trainer

Jockey

Price (ZAR)

1

UMGIYO (AUS)

Danehill Dancer

Colt

58.0

105

17

M de Kock

A Delpech

525,000

2

DULY ORDAINED (AUS)

Encosta Da Lago

Colt

58.0

96

7

M de Kock

A Marcus

350,000

3

JUDICIAL

Miesque’s Approval

Colt

58.0

90

9

T Zackey

P Strydom

vbb

4

MOUNT HILLABY

Mullins Bay

Colt

58.0

89

1

D Zaki

S Chambers

80,000

5

MANIEVIC

Var

Colt

58.0

88

13

V Marshall

M Byleveld

375,000

6

WINTER STAR

Solskjaer

Filly

55.5

104

4

J Janse Van Vuuren

G Hatt

100,000

7

ADMIRAL’S EYE

Admire Main

Filly

55.5

102

16

C Laird

S Cormack

340,000

8

ARCETRI PINK (AUS)

Rock Of Gibraltar

Filly

55.5

102

6

G Woodruff

R Fradd

vbb

9

PEJ

Kahal

Filly

55.5

91

14

C Laird

K Shea

240,000

10

NISA’S LOVE

Kahal

Filly

55.5

90

10

C Laird

G Cheyne

375,000

11

ENCHANTED SILK

Kahal

Filly

55.5

88

12

S Tarry

R Danielson

150,000

12

DOVER BEACH

Mullins Bay

Filly

55.5

87

15

M Azzie

G Lerena

80,000

13

CELTIC LEGEND

Stronghold

Filly

55.5

86

5

M de Kock

K Latham

300,000

14

ARTIC ROUTE

Solskjaer

Filly

55.5

85

2

L Houdalakis

C Maujean

60,000

15

PRINCESS CREO

Kahal

Filly

55.5

85

3

J Snaith

R Fourie

300,000

16

USISI (AUS)

Rock Of Gibraltar

Filly

55.5

85

11

R Magner

I Sturgeon

425,000

Reserve Runners

17

FRANCOIS P

Captain Al

Colt

58.0

90

18

M Azzie

Reserve 1

425,000

18

DIAMOND DIVA

Solskjaer

Filly

55.5

85

8

G Van Zyl

Reserve 2

80,000

National Horseracing Authority of Southern Africa

Correct as at 29 October 2013

Summerhill runners denoted by yellow

Emperors Palace Ready To Run Cup

Saturday 2nd November

Emperors Palace Ready To Run Sale

Lots 1-110 • Friday 1st November

Lots 111-248 • Sunday 3rd November

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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EMPERORS PALACE READY TO RUN CUP 2013 : FINAL FIELD

Emperors Palace Ready To Run Cup 2013
Emperors Palace Ready To Run Cup 2013

R3 MILLION

EMPERORS PALACE READY TO RUN CUP

Turffontein, Turf, 1400m

2 November 2013

(Summerhill Graduates denoted by yellow)

#

Horse

Sire

Sex

Kg

MR

Dr

Trainer

Jockey

Price (ZAR)

1

UMGIYO (AUS)

Danehill Dancer

Colt

58.0

105

17

M de Kock

A Delpech

525,000

2

DULY ORDAINED (AUS)

Encosta Da Lago

Colt

58.0

96

7

M de Kock

A Marcus

350,000

3

JUDICIAL

Miesque’s Approval

Colt

58.0

90

9

T Zackey

P Strydom

vbb

4

MOUNT HILLABY

Mullins Bay

Colt

58.0

89

1

D Zaki

S Chambers

80,000

5

MANIEVIC

Var

Colt

58.0

88

13

V Marshall

M Byleveld

375,000

6

WINTER STAR

Solskjaer

Filly

55.5

104

4

J Janse Van Vuuren

G Hatt

100,000

7

ADMIRAL’S EYE

Admire Main

Filly

55.5

102

16

C Laird

S Cormack

340,000

8

ARCETRI PINK (AUS)

Rock Of Gibraltar

Filly

55.5

102

6

G Woodruff

R Fradd

vbb

9

PEJ

Kahal

Filly

55.5

91

14

C Laird

K Shea

240,000

10

NISA’S LOVE

Kahal

Filly

55.5

90

10

C Laird

G Cheyne

375,000

11

ENCHANTED SILK

Kahal

Filly

55.5

88

12

S Tarry

R Danielson

150,000

12

DOVER BEACH

Mullins Bay

Filly

55.5

87

15

M Azzie

G Lerena

80,000

13

CELTIC LEGEND

Stronghold

Filly

55.5

86

5

M de Kock

K Latham

300,000

14

ARTIC ROUTE

Solskjaer

Filly

55.5

85

2

L Houdalakis

C Maujean

60,000

15

PRINCESS CREO

Kahal

Filly

55.5

85

3

J Snaith

R Fourie

300,000

16

USISI (AUS)

Rock Of Gibraltar

Filly

55.5

85

11

R Magner

I Sturgeon

425,000

Reserve Runners

17

FRANCOIS P

Captain Al

Colt

58.0

90

18

M Azzie

Reserve 1

425,000

18

DIAMOND DIVA

Solskjaer

Filly

55.5

85

8

G Van Zyl

Reserve 2

80,000

National Horseracing Authority of Southern Africa

Correct as at 29 October 2013

EMPERORS PALACE READY TO RUN SALE

TBA Sales Complex, Gosforth Park, Germiston, South Africa

Sunday 1st & 3rd November 2013

For more information, please visit :

www.tba.co.za

Emperors Palace Ready To Run Cup • Saturday 2nd November

Lots 1-110 • Friday 1st November

Lots 111-248 • Sunday 3rd November

Read more Summerhill News

from the Emperors Palace Ready To Run Sale

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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