Almosthaditall And Her Dynasty Colt At Rathmor
Almosthaditall's Dynasty colt at foot. Image: Candiese Marnewick
Almosthaditall, who made South African breeding news headlines when she sold for a sales topping R2,4-million to Rathmor Stud, is at home in Nottingham Road in foal to Noble Tune, with an outstanding Dynasty colt at foot.
A daughter of four time Gr1 winner and 2000 Guineas winner Henrythenavingator, she sold at the time in foal to Dynasty and topped the charts at the CTS Mares, Weanlings & Fillies for stud Select Sale held at Highlands.
Allmosthaditall (USA) is a winner in Ireland with a previous foal by Rock Of Gibraltar in 2015 and a Galileo foal since.
She is out of a Storm Cat / Mr Prospector mare, from the damline of Gr1 winner Mastery and sire Miswaki.
Henrythenavigator is the sire in South Africa of Gr2 Betting World 1900 winner Ten Gun Salute, and his winning daughter Almosthaditall is a half-sister to Gr2 winner and successful US sire Jump Start and to the dam of retired and undefeated Gr1 winner Mastery.
Almosthaditall in foal to Noble Tune. Image: Candiese Marnewick
Rathmor have bolstered Noble Tune’s book significantly with outstanding mares, including purchasing the likes of Mystery Dame (dam of Gr1 winner Lady In Black), Summer Angel (Eventual Angel and Exit Here), Azure Sky and African Love amongst them all.
At the National Yearling Sale in 2017, Rathmor sold the full brother to Lady In Black for R1,7-million, as well as a Silvano and Captain Al for R700 000 each respectively out of Royal Aspen and Kiribati.
Keep a look out for an athletic Captain Al filly and the beautiful Oratorio sibling to Lady In Black at the 2018 BSA National Yearling Sale.
Rathmor also have an outstanding Noble Tune filly consigned out of Free Parking by Silvano, who oozes plenty of quality and class, and a beautiful Silvano yearling on offer amongst their eyecatching draft.
Rathmor Stud have significantly boosted their broodmare band and we look forward to the winners to come from them in the future.
Almosthaditall with her Dynasty colt. Image: Candiese Marnewick