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My, My My, Beautiful Sunday!

My, My My, Beautiful Sunday!

Our stallions Wings of Desire (GB, headline pic) and Jackson (SAF, below), enjoyed a lazy Sunday afternoon yesterday, Heversham Park Farm is extra beautiful in summer. Kat Riley enjoyed it too, here she is below on Rhodora, a mare based at a...

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We breed them well and sell them well!

We breed them well and sell them well!

Heversham Park breeds good horses and we sell our own runners well, too! Our former stalwart Golden Pheasant (Antonius Pius) won five races with 10 places for us – he was trained in turn by Darryl Moore and Corne Spies, before we sold him...

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Samurai Blade, loving it

Samurai Blade, loving it

Nine-year-old Samurai Blade (Where’s That Tiher) was good enough to compete in the Durban July, Daily News and Summer Cup in his heyday. Now, he’s retired to Heversham Park, where he is especially enjoying young Elektra’s love...

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Scent Of A Woman enjoyed the Poly

Scent Of A Woman enjoyed the Poly

Trainer Glen Kotzen believed he’d bought a bargain when he paid R60,000 for Heversham Park-bred Scent Of A Woman at the 2020 National Two-Year-Old Sale and he was right. The filly by Vercingetorix from Scented East pulled hard and faded in...

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Capulet’s Heart has a big heart

Capulet’s Heart has a big heart

Heversham Park-bred Capulet’s Heart was one of the cheapies at the 2019 BSA National Yearling Sale – picked up for just R50,000 by Nathan Kotzen, and after a few places in KZN she’s found her most suitable home to be Port...

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A visit from Luchelle and Joanne

A visit from Luchelle and Joanne

Trainer Luchelle Kruger and her patron Joanne Brier visited the farm last week, they are great horse lover and clients who bought the first Moofeed two-year-old from us last year. They’ve enjoyed some good success recently with Timeforthat...

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Our kitchen is full of goodies!

Our kitchen is full of goodies!

Heversham Park’s Kat Riley has completed a French Patisserie course with the guidance of Chef Su and Chef Mel at #bakeologystudio.   She says: “I have a house and kitchen full of spoils and beautiful smells… feels like I am in...

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Lord Of The Manor fights on best

Lord Of The Manor fights on best

Heversham Park-bred Lord Of The Manor posted his second career win for owners Trevor and Robin Denman and trainer Mark Dixon in a MR63 handicap over 1800m on the Greyville Polytrack yesterday. Andrew Harrison of Gold Circle reported: “There...

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