Captain’s Anchor got up in the last stride to gain victory by a nose over the 1000m sprint at Turffontein on Saturday 11 July 2015.
Captain’s Anchor, a three-year-old son of Captain Al out of the National Assembly mare, Sweet Allegra, continued to show improvement and captured the third race at Turffontein on Saturday 22 March 2014.
Miessa, the five-year-old son of Jallad, having his second runs after a layoff, showed his zest for racing as he took the honours in the sixth race at Turffontein on Tuesday 25 February.
Coby, the three-year-old daughter of A P Arrow, followed up on an easy maiden win with a very impressive victory on Saturday at Turffontein when she captured the eighth race on the card, a fillies and mares 65 merit rated handicap over 1800m.
Jackson did not fare well in the draw for barrier positions for the Cape’s premier race, the J&B Met that will be run at Kenilworth over 2000m on Saturday 1 February for a stake of R2,5-million.
Mr Mulliner might have only won a maiden, but the manner in which the three-year-old son of Mullins Bay did so suggests that there is far more to come from the talented youngster.
Jackson is one of five horses that will carry 60kg in the J&B Met over 2000m on Saturday 1 February 2014, should they stand their ground.
Classic Illusion, a five-year-old daughter of Kahal, recorded her fifth career win at Greyville on Friday night 3 January 2014 when she won the R150 000 Grade 3 Flamboyant Stakes over 1600m.
Coby, the three-year-old daughter of A P Arrow showed that her good form was leading to an impressive win and on Saturday 28 December 2013 she showed that she has talent.
Easy to back at around 10-1, Divine Grace was not given much chance by the betting public, but the four-year-old daughter of Mullins Bay proved bookmakers wrong and took the honours in the ninth race at Turffontein on Sunday 22 December, an 84 merit-rated handicap over 1400m.