TBA complex sales grounds – 360VR sphere by Leon Setaro
TBA complex – 360VR by 360vision.co.za
Click on the top left corner of each video for a drop down menu of additional conformation clipsVisionaire (USA) – Cwebe Cwebe (Muhtafal (USA))
Archetypal precocious sprinter checks all the boxes as a surefire early action prospect with profitable resale end of season. A great example of quality gallop (video) meets quality specimen. Solid value at the price.
Click on the top left corner of each video for a drop down menu of additional conformation clipsVisionaire (USA) – Hezekiah (ZIM) (Kitalpha (CAN))
Impressive specimen that stands over ground and has a massive action. Strikes a balance between power and athleticism. Another quality example of gallop (video) matching specimen. Should be effective over middle distance and below at any age. Great all round prospect. Sold for higher than expected but still worth the gamble.
Click on the top left corner of each video for a drop down menu of additional conformation clipsDuke of Marmalade (IRE) – Lisa Anne (Rambo Dancer (USA))
Best gallop video. Sublime action mover that holds together with ease at speed. Imposing and weighty specimen that appears quite mature structurally but still with pudding cover. Considering the quality of his recent track display there appears to be all kinds of promise to come with further development as he strengthens up. Looks like he’ll be most competitive as a late 2yr old/early 3yr old. A very popular individual that attracted a lot of attention due to his outstanding Group 1 & 2 winning ½ sibling, the result being a premium price tag at the business end. Perhaps a little too high considering the specimen as he stands, as well the sire who has yet to sparkle in SA in contrast to his international achievements. Nevertheless, his action (in the track video) holds high class promise and so does his Dam’s record as a producer of the magic SW genes.. and bidders pursued this all day long in the ring.
Click on the top left corner of each video for a drop down menu of additional conformation clipsCapetown Noir – Chenook (Fort Wood (USA))
Looks quick and holds up well in action. Not quite in the same league as the others listed above.. he is a small specimen albeit well put together and balanced.. and noticeably light on his feet with a lovely floating trot. He’s an ideal ready to run prospect to take advantage of the early races and then be sold off even as soon as the opportunity for profit presents itself. Attracted a surprising amount of interest at the gavel which saw his price punch way above pedigree and/or specimen value.