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Two Winners For Roski With Just As Well

Two Roski-breds by Just As Well have won again, Princess Analia on Friday evening and Mauritian based Zodiac Jack on Saturday.

The striking son of AP Indy at Spring Valley Stud, Just As Well, had a massive week with five winners and six places, including a debut win with a 2yo at the Vaal.

The lightly supported Just As Well has only produced 53 foals to date since going to stud in 2011 – which amounts to approximately seven foals produced a year, and producing outstanding results on the racetrack from very small numbers – overall, Just As Well boasts a 50% winners to runners percentage and to date has produced a CTS Ready To Run Cup winner and this years Gr3 Caradoc Gold Cup winner!

Game filly Princess Analia, has changed trainers and won for Yogas Govender. Owned by Leslie Logan, the four year old filly has won three times and placed seven, earning R259,400 in stakes. Bred by our Late father Greg Royden-Turner, she is out of Grand Lodge mare Lodge Of Dreams (AUS).

Just As Well also produced two places in Mauritius this week both with Roski breds, including his Black Type son, Zodiac Jack and Jullidar.

Zodiac Jack raced with Greg Ennion as a juvenile and won second time out by six lengths, beating Gr1 placed Ancestry. He placed behind Dutch Philip in the Somerset 1200 Listed, and again only a length off in the Gr3 Cape Of Good Hope Nursery. After relocating to Mauritius, the Roski-bred son of Just As Well and the first foal of 10-time winner Pisces Star, has since won twice and placed from all three of his Mauritian starts for trainer Jean Henry – his last win on 12 May.

Jullidar, by out of our beautifully-bred Lydara by Alydar, was very unlucky to place second four times at Greyville before being sent to Mauritius, continues his consistent form with three wins to date on the island, and nine places to date since his relocation.

Well done to all concerned!

Princess Analia wins again at Greyville, this time for trainer Yogas Govender.