by | May 5, 2014

There was much disappointment in the Varsfontein camp last week when we received the tragic news of Master Of My Fate’s retirement. The star colt had an unlucky start to his career as injury forced a late start, but he made up for lost time and won 6 of his 8 starts including the Gr 2 Premier Trophy and Gr 2 Peninsula Handicap. He stole the hearts of the racegoers here in the Cape and seemed a likely winner going into the J&B Met. Unfortunate interference in the early stages of the race cost him dearly and he finished 5th. This didn’t change our faith in him and hopes were high for the upcoming Durban season. It’s these hopes that have made the bad news so hard to swallow and feelings of disbelief still dominate as we think about what might have been…

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