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.
Ridgemont Highlands, who bred the first three home in Saturday’s Bloodstock SA Sales Cup (C&G), had a Saturday to remember, with the Robertson farm also enjoying notable success in Mauritius this weekend.vThe Ridgemont Highlands bred Bag Of Tricks (Dynasty) provided his breeders with more success when he captured Saturday’s local G1 Mauritius Derby Cup at Champ De Mars.
Ridgemont Highlands’ late, great sire Dynasty had a notable double at Kenilworth on Saturday, with his daughter Sacha landing Saturday’s fifth race and son One Way Traffic victorious in the penultimate race on the card.
Former champion trainer Mike de Kock sent out just one runner at Hollywoodbets Greyville on Saturday but de Kock made it count when his charge Desert Miracle (Dynasty) outclassed some promising rivals to win the G2 Zulu Kingdom Explorer Golden Slipper (1400m).
The Ridgemont Highlands bred and sold Crimson King ran out comfortable winner of Saturday’s G3 World Sports Betting Pocket Power Stakes (2400m), the final leg of the Becoming Champions Winter Series, at Kenilworth racecourse.
Cape Winter Series star Katak has joined Listed Umngeni Handicap winner Celtic Voyager in quarantine en route to an exciting new racing career in Singapore.
Dynasty’s Blossom bounced back to her best form with a win in Saturday’s Gr3 Gold Vase over 3000m at Greyville for trainer Brett Crawford.
Dynasty proved the stallion star of the Vodacom Durban July weekend with no fewer than four stakes winners including July winner Belgarion.