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The Unbeaten Whoa Whoa Whoa (Maurice – Whats New Pussycat) | Image: Chase Liebenberg

Japanese champion, and six time G1 winner, Maurice looks to have a really smart prospect to his name in the form of Whoa Whoa Whoa.

The latter made it two wins from two starts when running out a ready winner of the final race at Kenilworth on Saturday. The performance of the filly added to the earlier success of Maurice, when his first crop son Mazu, became the first southern hemisphere stakes winner for his sire, winning the Listed Brian Crowley Stakes (1200m) at Royal Randwick in Australia.

Whoa Whoa Whoa, a good winner of her only start, put up an eye catching performance on her first start out of the maidens in Saturday’s Next Meeting 26 Oct-Kenilworth FM 77 Divided Handicap (F&M) (1200m).

Always up with the pace, under Anton Marcus, the progressive three-year-old hit the front some way from home and kept galloping powerfully to register a two and a quarter length, with another promising filly Long White Cloud taking second spot.

In turn, Long White Cloud finished half a length clear of the third filly home, L’Ami Jean.

Trained by Brett Crawford for owner-breeders Ridgemont, Whoa Whoa Whoa became Maurice’s first South African winner when she skated home to win on debut back in September.

The three-year-old, a member of her sire’s first crop, is a half-sister to the talented Kitty Cat Chat and out of the Fast ‘N’ Famous mare Whats New Pussycat, a half-sister to the stakes winning Seaway.

Image: Chase Liebenberg Designs

Cliffs Strikes In Hong Kong

Canford Cliffs continues to churn out winners all over the world, and the son of Tagula enjoyed more success at Sha Tin on Sunday.

Further Aussie Succcess For Canford Cliffs

Ridgemont Highlands’ five time G1 winning sire Canford Cliffs looks to have come up with yet another well above average performer in the form of Duchess Of Dorset.

Canford Cliffs Strikes Down Under.

Ridgemont Highlands’ five time G1 winning sire Canford Cliffs enjoyed success in both Ireland and Australia over the past 24 hours, with Canford Cliffs’ son Hurricane Alex winning at Dundalk on Friday, and his daughter Paul’s Regret scoring at Cranbourne the following day.

World Class Miler’s First Crop To Hit The Ground Running!

Ridgemont Highlands’ five-time G1-winning stallion Canford Cliffs was truly an exceptional racehorse, the facts simply tell the story. A brilliant group winner at Royal Ascot three years running, the Hannon trained star is officially rated one of the best milers to grace the turf this century.

Candleford Romps Home

The Barnane Stud bred and owned gelding Candleford stormed home to win impressively at Kempton on Wednesday

Greyville Double For Exciting Young Sire Rafeef

Ridgemont Highlands’ prominent young stallion Rafeef had a good Sunday afternoon, with the son of Redoute’s Choice supplying two winners at Hollywoodbets Greyville.

Capitana Game In Laisserfaire Stakes Win

The Ridgemont Highlands bred and owned Capitana showed her courage with a hard-fought win in Saturday’s Listed Laisserfaire Stakes (1100m) at Kenilworth for Brett Crawford and Anton Marcus.

Warrior Shocks July Winner In Cape Mile Triumph

The Ridgemont Highlands bred and sold G3 Variety Club winner Warrior (Futura) resumed with an exciting victory in the #ThisIsRacing Cape Mile (1600m) at Kenilworth on Saturday afternoon.

Boomps A Daisy’s Brother Provides Pedigree Update

Expensive, blue-blooded 2yo colt Brereton, the full brother to Ridgemont Highlands Boomps A Daisy won the G3 Maribyrnong Plate at just his second start.

Canford Cliffs – A True Champion In Every Sense of The Word

Ridgemont Highlands’ five-time G1-winning stallion Canford Cliffs was truly an exceptional racehorse, the facts simply tell the story. A brilliant group winner at Royal Ascot three years running, the Hannon trained star is officially rated one of the best milers to grace the turf this century.