One of South Africa’s most exciting stallion prospects around is set to retire to Ridgemont Highlands for 2022 breeding season.
In the space of just five days, Canford Cliffs came up with a hugely impressive debut winner in the form of Body Electric, who looks destined for black type racing – as well as Saturday’s dazzling Listed City Of Cape Town Summer Juvenile Stakes winner Cliff Top.
Ridgemont Highlands’ exciting resident sire Canford Cliffs has made a cracking start with his first South African runners this season, and the five time G1 winning son of Tagula came up with an impressive stakes winner when his son Cliff Top made all to land the Listed City Of Cape Town Summer Juvenile Stakes (1000m) at Kenilworth on Saturday.
Leading Robertson farm, Ridgemont Highlands, will be offering a superb consignment at this year’s Cape Premier Yearling Sale.
Ridgemont Highlands’ five time G1 winning sire Canford Cliffs looks to have come up with a cracking filly in his first South African crop, with his daughter Body Electric scoring a brilliant debut win at Kenilworth on Sunday.
Ridgemont Highlands’ red hot young stallion Rafeef came up with his second graded stakes winner when his first crop son Aragosta ran out an impressive winner of the G3 Sea Cottage Stakes (1800m) on the Turffontein Inside Track on Saturday.
Ridgemont Highlands’ G1 winning sire Potala Palace was the toast of Singapore when his talented son Katak scored at Kranji on Saturday. The talented Katak kicked off 2022 with his first Singapore victory as he scored a relatively comfortable win over 1400m at Class 2 level.
Leading Robertson nursery, Ridgemont Highlands, pulled off a notable feat at Kenilworth on Monday afternoon when Ridgemont Highlands bred thoroughbreds filled the first three placings in the fourth race on the card.
Ridgemont Highlands’ prominent young stallion Rafeef continues to make waves, and the regally bred son of Redoute’s Choice came up with an eye catching feature race winner at Fairview on Monday.
The Ridgemont Highlands Stud bred and owned Real Gone Kid confirmed his status as a leading contender for the G1 Cape Flying Championship (1000m) at the end of this month with a brilliant victory at Kenilworth on Saturday afternoon.