ZULU CITATION was purchased by the Syndicate at the CTS Premier Yearling Sale 2019. She is a beautifully balanced filly out of the Fort Wood mare, Sublimity and bred by Normandy Stud

Name: ZULU CITATION
Sex: Bay Filly
Foaled: 13/08/2017
Sire: Wylie Hall
Mare: Sublimity (Fort Wood)
Breeder: Normandy Stud
Trainer: Alyson Wright
Purchased: CTS Cape Premier Yearling Sale 2019
Pedigree: View here

UPDATES – 17Sublimity

April 9th, 2020
Zulu Citation (far side) working with her stable companions at Summerveld this morning. She has been doing nicely and typical of the Wylie Halls, she is getting better with time.

February 28th, 2020
After two months of strength and conditioning work since arriving off the farm, she is starting to show us quite a lot in her work. Every challenge she has faced so far, she has met with consummate ease and she is starting to show signs of being an above average sort. With her highly anticipated debut run being just weeks away, we are very excited to see what the future hold for this filly.

August 24th, 2019
Her near fore hoof has grown through really well and it is a relief to see such a well conformed filly shake off a potentially career damaging condition. She has matured very well over the winner, so much so that we have decided to give her a few more months on the farm, where she is really going to thrive over the spring.

June 12th, 2019
She seems to be over the condition she experienced over the autumn, which is great news. She has settled in nicely and she seems to be progressing well. More below.

“Sublimity has become a firm favorite in the yard. Her great attitude and sweet nature have made working with her a pleasure. Her greasy heel is completely healed and Robbie has been working on her foot. Her condition has greatly improved and she is overall a much happier picture.”

May 10th, 2019
A beautiful mover at the CTS Premier sale 2019, she has plenty of class about her. She did unfortunately, develop a bit of mud-fever in late March but on her prognosis, she will shake that off. She gives the impression as with most Wylie Halls, that she will need a bit of time and she will be one to look out for in mid-2020. She is currently being broken in and we will look to bring her into full training towards the end of Winter.