Statistics for 2014/2015 Season

  • Leading Breeder by SW /runners%
  • 4th Leading Breeder by AEPR
  • 10th Leading Breeder by stakes


    G J ARMITAGE 6.7%
    Highlands Stud 6.2%
    Avontuur Farm 5.8%
    Drakenstein Stud 5.5%

    As one can see from the above figures, we have had a fantastic year. I know that one horse can construe the AEPR and overall stakes to help us finish 4th and 10th respectively. The figure that I am really delighted with and is not totally influenced by one horse is that we finished on top of the National Log on % STAKES WINNERS/RUNNERS. When one considers what we are up against in terms of competition Sandown Stud Horses have done us proud. Like we say in our motto “ you don’t have to buy a Sandown Stud bred yearling but you do have to compete against those that do……..’
    I would like to thank all the owners and trainers that have contributed to our success this past season and their continued support.


    Ashaawes has managed to notch up 26 wins this season with Resolution winning her 5th start on July and then getting black type 3 weeks later in a listed race.


    The flying Asstar has earned himself a merit rating of 104 after his impressive last win I am sure he will be a huge contender for the sprinting features this coming season.
    Ashaawes has only had 12 x 2 year old runners this past season with 4 wins and only 2 not being placed. They are sure to improve with time.


    8 x time winning Ashaawes mare Priceless Jewel is back after a 7 month layoff and will also be aimed at the Cape Season.


    In Mauritius his top gelding Polar Royale notched his 10 win of his career on Saturday and also ran 3rd and 2nd in aGr1 and Gr2 respectively. He has really done well on the island and has become a popular stallion over there.

    Ashaawes covered 72 mares last season so we are looking forward to seeing the new born foals as the foaling season approaches, it was Ashaawes biggest and nicest book of mares so the future looks bright for the good looking son of Kingmambo who cost $ 2,85 million as a yearling.


    Ashaawes stats are still good although he hasn’t had a big horse this last season his AEPR is R42 141, his wnrs/rnrs is 44.4% and has 3.2% BTWnrs/rnrs, as his book of mare keeps improving we are confident that these stats can only get better.

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