Cheveley Stud’s inform stallion Wylie Hall, whose progeny won at three different racetracks last week, is from an outstanding family which consistently produces high-class racehorses, and Wylie Hall got another boost to his pedigree page on Sunday.
Progressive four-year-old G G’s Dynasty, who, like Wylie Hall himself, traces back to the influential mare Belle Time, made it win number six when scoring a comfortable win in the Listed Michael Roberts Handicap (1750m) at Hollywoodbets Greyville on Sunday.
Trained by Brett Crawford, the Normandy Stud bred Dynasty gelding took his earnings to R467 875 by downing G3 Byerley Turk winner Tristful by half a length in Sunday’s R150 000 feature.
The 49-20 tote favourite, G G’s Dynasty has now won three of his last four starts.
Out of the twice winning Right Approach mare Genteel Approach, G G’s Dynasty’s second dam, the stakes placed Maroof daughter Lady Maroof, is the dam of G2 Green Point Stakes winner Fabiani, and durable Dubai galloper, and Darley Arabian winner, Star Empire.
This is also the family of G1 winners Wylie Hall, Plucky Belle, Eskimo Queen, Anamato, Drum, Absolute Champion, and New Zealand’s reigning Horse Of The Year Melody Belle.
Winner of both the G1 President’s Champions Challenge and G1 SA Derby, Wylie Hall had a good week last week with his Flatware, Living Waters and Gina’s Girl winning at Kenilworth, Hollywoodbets Scottsville and Fairview respectively.
The son of legendary sire Redoute’s Choice has four lots on offer at the 2020 Cape Yearling Sale.
– Cape Breeders Club