Klawervlei Stud’s triple G1 winning sire CAPTAIN OF ALL (Captain Al) had a good day on Saturday when he came up with a pair of winners at Hollywoodbets Kenilworth.

The former champion sprinter’s first success on Saturday came when the Candice Bass-Robinson trained LOVE SHACK got off the mark when victorious in the fourth race.

Under a well timed ride from Aldo Domeyer, the three-year-old was prominent for much of the race and stayed on strongly to claim Saturday’s Cape Turf Club Maiden Plate (F&M) (1200m) by just under half a length.

Bred by Volmoed Stud, Love Shack had been the soul of consistency prior to Saturday’s win with the filly having finished second, third or fourth in each of her seven starts prior to her maiden win.

Love Shack is owned by M F Bass, Dayalan Chinsammy, Andy Elton, Chase Liebenberg, and Satch Mathen, Miss Pippa Mickleburgh and Mr A & Mrs E Stokes.

Captain Of All gelding MEU CAPITANO made a bright start to his career when making a winning debut in July last year and he bounced back to winning ways when he won the ninth and final race at Kenilworth on Saturday. Backed into 33-10, the Piet Steyn trained three-year-old flew up to claim Saturday’s Hollywoodbets Bright Future Class 3 (1200m) by a long neck going away.

Bred by Beaumont Stud, Meu Capitano, who has benefitted from being gelded, races for Messrs Goncalves and Luiz.

South Africa’s Leading First Season Sire of 2018-2019, Captain Of All has eight lots on offer at this year’s National Yearling Sale including a half-sister (Lot 373) to brilliant Wilgerbosdrift Ruffian Stakes winner ALMOND SEA (Canford Cliffs) and a full-brother (Lot 384) to dual G1 winner LINEBACKER.