Klawervlei Stud’s resident July winning stallion POMODORO (Jet Master) has been in good form this week, with Pomodoro having supplied winners in each of the first three days of the week.

On Monday, Pomodoro filly MISS DORA showed tremendous courage when she stayed on gamely to shed her maiden at Hollywoodbets Greyville. Under Muzi Yeni, the Kum Naidoo trained three-year-old fought on gamely to score by a short-head while scoring over 1400 metres. Bred by Klawervlei Stud, Miss Dora, who races for Mervyn Singh & Dr Mikshay Singh, had finished fourth last time out.

Pomodoro struck again at Turffontein the following day, when his inform daughter ESCAPE ARTIST (trained, like Pomodoro, by Sean Tarry) made it back to back wins with a stirring performance. Under Donald Geerthsen, the Lance Michael owned four-year-old kept going gamely to hold off stablemate SISTER LIGHT (Visionaire) and win by a long neck. Bred by Klawervlei Stud, the talented Escape Artist has now five career wins to her name and she won’t stop here.

Her sire had more success at Hollywoodbets Kenilworth the following day, when Pomodoro gelding PROMETTERE defied 61kgs to break his maiden emphatically. Under Corne Orffer, the Vaughan Marshall trained three-year-old powered home, down the inside of the track, to win convincingly by two lengths. Bred by Klawervlei Stud, Promettere races for Messrs J I Bloch & Z M Bloch & Professor Kantor.

Pomodoro also looks to have a very smart three-year-old to his name in the form of RULE BY FORCE. The latter caught the eye when finishing a creditable third in the recent G1 World Sports Betting SA Derby and he looks to have a bright future ahead of him.

South Africa’s Leading First Season Sire of 2017-2018, Pomodoro has two colts on offer at the upcoming National Yearling Sale, including a three-parts brother (Lot 189) to G1 Woolavington 2000 winner VIVA MARIA (Jet Master).