Klawervlei Stud’s triple G1 winning stallion CAPTAIN OF ALL has had another good year in 2023, and the former Equus Champion looked to have ended the year on a high note when supplying a pair of winners at Hollywoodbets Kenilworth on Wednesday.

Captain Of All struck first when his two-year-old daughter ALL IS GREEN caused a surprise to win the second race run at Kenilworth on Wednesday. Making just her second start, the Greg Ennion trained filly stormed home, under Corne Orffer, to score a shade cosily by half a length.

Bred by Nadeson Park Stud, All Is Green, who had plenty of excuses for her first run, provided her owners, Genuine Ennion Syndicate, with their first winner. 

Remarkably, All Is Green is the third two-year-old winner, from three two-year-old runners, for Captain Of All this season. At the time of writing, Captain Of All is second on South Africa’s Leading Sires of 2YOs premiership for 2023-2024.

Captain Of All’s second success on Wednesday came when his son CAPTAIN FROSTIE claimed the ninth race, the Hollywoodbets Bright Future Class 5 (1200m), for Paul Reeves and Joshwin Solomons.

The flashy grey ran on strongly to get up close home and claim his second win by just under half a length. Bred, like his sire, by Riverton Stud, Captain Frostie had finished third last time out and he is clearly in fine form.

Captain Frostie races for Andy Elton.


South Africa’s Leading First Season Sire of 2018-2019, Captain Of All has six lots on offer at the 2024 Cape Racing Premier Yearling Sale Powered By Tattersalls, and a further seven yearlings on sale at the Cape Yearling Sale in February.