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Debut winner for Canford Cliffs

Debut winner for Canford Cliffs

Ridgemont Highlands’ five time G1 winning sire Canford Cliffs had a debut winner in Australia on Wednesday when his four-year-old daughter Canford Springs won first time out.Under jockey Leah Kilner, Canford Springs romped home to a debut win when scoring a 2.3 length...

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Pathfork son lifts Model Man Mile

Pathfork son lifts Model Man Mile

The Cape based Irish champion Pathfork had a very smart looking stakes winner on Sunday when his promising three-year-old son Fools Gold claimed the Listed Model Man Mile (formerly KZN Guineas Trial) at Hollywoodbets Greyville. From the yard of Robbie and Shannon...

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British double for Canford Cliffs

Ridgemont Highlands’ resident stallion Canford Cliffs has been in good form of late, and the five time G1 winning son of Tagula was once again among the winners when responsible for a double in Britain on Thursday. Canford Cliffs His durable son Tomily made it win...

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Pathfork half-brother entered for Breeders Cup Classic

Cape champion Pathfork is a half-brother to top US three-year-old War Of Will, who is one of 11 horses pre-entered for the 2019 G1 Longines Breeders’ Cup Classic. War of Will Due to be run at Santa Anita on November 2nd, the Breeders’ Cup Classic has attracted some of...

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G2 success for Canford Cliffs

Ridgemont Highlands’ five time G1 winning sire Canford Cliffs enjoyed a notable group race success at Moonee Valley on Saturday when his 3yo daughter La Falaise dead-heated for first in the G2 Antler Luggage Fillies Classic 1600 metres. Under jockey Ben Melham, La...

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Pathfork filly wows on debut

Irish champion Pathfork, who was responsible for a trio of winners over the past weekend, was responsible for a hugely impressive debut winner at Fairview on Monday. His three-year-old daughter Verbarium, a full-sister to Pathfork’s East Cape champion Madame Speaker,...

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Saturday treble for Jackson

Ridgemont Highlands’ in-form stallion Jackson had a day to remember on Saturday when the triple G1 winning son of Dynasty was responsible for a treble of winners. The sire of exciting filly, and leading G2 Western Cape Fillies Championship hope Pretty Young Thing,...

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Weekend double for Pathfork

Irish champion and G1 winner Pathfork, who is from one of the hottest families in the stud book, has been enjoying another solid season in 2019-2020 thus far, and the son of Distorted Humor was at it again over the past weekend, when the former G1 boylesports.com...

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Jackson filly shows her class

Ridgemont Highlands’ multiple G1 winning sire Jackson looks to have a very classy three-year-old filly to his name in the form of Pretty Young Thing.The latter, trained like her sire by Brett Crawford, made it win number three from just six outings when defying a poor...

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Potala Palace relative popular at Tattersalls

The family of Ridgemont Highlands’ promising stallion Potala Palace is seldom out of the news for long, and it was once again to the fore on the first day of the 2019 Tattersalls October Yearling Sale Book 1 on Tuesday.A Frankel colt (Lot 181) out of Auld Alliance was...

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Diana Stakes glory for Potala Palace half-sister

Brilliant four-year-old Front And Centre, a Dynasty half-sister to Ridgemont Highlands’ promising stallion Potala Palace, showed her class when running out a convincing winner of the G3 Diana Stakes at Durbanville on Saturday.Front And CentreTrained by Brett Crawford,...

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Pathfork’s flying start

The Sandown Stud based Pathfork, a half-brother to this year’s classic winner War Of Will, has made a brilliant start to the 2019-2020 racing season.The former Irish champion, and G1 boylesports.com Vincent O’Brien National Stakes winner, is currently fifth on the...

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Canford Cliff’s first South African foals impress

Ridgemont Highlands’ five time G1 winning sire Canford Cliffs has made a big impression with his first South African foals, which are currently now arriving at many of South Africa’s top farms. Ridgemont is home to, among others, a really well bred colt out of the...

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Jackson relative lifts Woodbine Mile

Ridgemont Highlands’ triple G1 winning sire Jackson had yet another update to his impressive female line on Saturday, when his relative El Tormenta won the G1 Ricoh Woodbine Mile at Woodbine. Four-year-old El Tormenta (by Stormy Atlantic) gave retiring jockey Eurico...

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Impressive Saturday double for Jackson

The Ridgemont Highlands based Jackson had a memorable day at Kenilworth on Saturday, when the triple G1 winning son of Ridgemont’s late, great sire Dynasty was responsible for two very smart looking winners. His first winner came when his Ridgemont bred (in...

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Hannon Produces Canford Magic

Ridgemont Highlands multiple Gr1 winning sire Canford Cliffs produced the winner of the richest race of the day across Britain and Ireland on Saturday when his son War Glory scored a thrilling win in the Chelmsford City CupThe Racing Post reports that the 6yo Richard...

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Eighth win for Canford Cliffs daughter

The Ridgemont Highlands based Canford Cliffs enjoyed a good stint over the past weekend, with the former European star having multiple success in both Australian and the UK, and the five time G1 winning son of Tagula had more success on Monday.This time it was Canford...

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Two more for Canford Cliffs

Ridgemont Highlands’ five time G1 winning sire Canford Cliffs made waves in the UK on Wednesday, when the son of Tagula was responsible for a pair of winners. SalouenThe former star miler’s first British winner yesterday came when his three-year-old son Clifftop got...

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German stakes winner for Canford Cliffs

The Ridgemont Highlands’ based Canford Cliffs was represented by his 13th stakes winner when his three-year-old daughter Cliffs Art won the Listed Hoppegartener Stutenpreis on Sunday. Out of the Areion mare Saldenart, Cliffs Art ran on smartly to post a one length...

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Dynasty dominates Gold Cup

Progeny of Ridgemont Highlands’ late, great sire Dynasty dominated the finish to South Africa’s greatest staying race, when Dynasty’s Blossom (Dynasty), Made To Conquer (Dynasty) and Shenanigans (Dynasty) ran 1-2-5 respectively in the G3 eLan Gold Cup at Hollywoodbets...

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Debut winner for Jackson

Ridgemont Highlands’ triple G1 winning stallion Jackson came to the fore at Fairview on Friday, when the son of Ridgemont Highlands’ late, great sire Dynasty had a smart looking debut winner. Jackson’s three-year-old son Go Goodfellow caught the eye when scoring a...

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High hopes for Canford Cliffs son

The Ridgemont Highlands based five time G1 winner Canford Cliffs could be back in the headlines before too long, with big plans on the cards for his high-class son Salouen. The latter, who ran a game race when fourth to outstanding champion Enable in the recent G1...

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3 in a row for Canford Cliffs son

The Ridgemont Highlands based Canford Cliffs has a really tough son in the form of the David O’Meara trained Tomily. That gelding made it three wins in a row when he recorded a length and a half win in Wednesday’s Sky Bet Go-Racing-In-Yorkshire Summer Festival...

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