2 June 2024

Drakenstein Stud’s top-class young stallion One World looks to have come up with another top-class prospect in his first crop in the form of Lion Rampart.

The latter picked up his biggest win to date when romping home to a brilliant win in Sunday’s Listed Somerset 1200 (1200m) at Hollywoodbets Kenilworth.

Under Richard Fourie, the Vaughan Marshall-trained two-year-old pulled clear in the closing stages as Lion Rampart drew off to record a brilliant three and three-quarter length.

The Somerset 1200 was a real triumph for One World, whose daughter Miss World ran second to Lion Rampart.

Bred by Ridgemont Highlands, Lion Rampart is out of the Var mare Saltire.
The classy Lion Rampart has now won three of seven starts, with the colt having finished second, to paternal half-brother and stablemate One Stripe, in the G3 Winter Nursery prior to his win on Sunday.

Remarkably, Lion Rampart was one of three winners for his sire on Sunday, with One World colts Worldly and All Out For Six victorious in the first and fourth races at Hollywoodbets Kenilworth.

Worldly, who had finished fourth and third respectively in his first two starts, got off the mark at the fourth time of asking when he won Sunday’s Hollywoodbets Kenilworth Welcomes You Maiden Juvenile Plate (1200m).
Under Richard Fourie, the Glen Kotzen-trained colt kept finding more in the closing stages to win by three parts of a length.

Bred by Normandy Stud, and closely related to theCaptain Al sired G1-winning sprinter Sergeant Hardy, Worldly is out of the Wylie Hall mare Lady Wylie.

One World looks to have yet another smart two-year-old in the form of All Out For Six, who made it two wins from just four starts when victorious in the Cape Turf Club Syndicates Juvenile Plate (1400m).

Under a great ride from Ashton Arries, the Vaughan Marshall-trained colt kept going to win courageously by a long neck.

All Out For Six, who was making it back-to-back wins, was bred by Drakenstein Stud.

The colt is out of the Trippi mare Howl.

South Africa’s Leading First Season and Leading Sire of 2YOs for 2023-2024, Met winning champion One World has now been responsible for 20 two-year-old winners in his first crop.

The son of Captain Al has six lots on Thursday’s Cape Racing Winter Yearling Sale and 12 yearlings on offer at the KZN Yearling Sale.

Original article written by Cape Breeders Club