TIME TO ROLL was purchased by the Hollywood Syndicate at the 2019 KZN Yearling Sale. A big filly by Jackson, out of the Bel Esprit (AUS) mare Arcetri Dawn (AUS). She was bred by Boland Stud.

Name: Time To Roll
Named By: Hollywoodbets Payroll Team
Sex: Bay Filly
Foaled: 12/08/2017
Sire: Jackson
Mare: Arcetri Dawn (Bel Esprit) AUS
Breeder: Boland Stud
Trainer: Gareth van Zyl
Purchased: KZN Yearling Sale 2019
Pedigree: View here
Record: 7-1-2

A big flashy filly by Jackson, out of family of sprinter-milers, she had the presence of a feature racehorse. Surprisingly big for a first foal, she moves like a classic Oaks type filly, although her pedigree would suggest that a mile would be her preferred trip. Her mother (Arcetri Dawn) is the half sister to ARCETRI PINK who earned just under R1 500 000 during her career, winning from 1000m – 1600m. Her biggest achievements – winning the Gauteng Fillies Guineas (Gr2) and the Ipi Tombe Challenge (Gr2). She was also Gr1 placed three times.

UPDATES – Time To Roll

September 1st, 2021
She was having her second run for the Gareth van Zyl stable over 1600m at Hollywoodbets Greyville today. She ran a creditable race, finishing second behind Maria Corolina. She is in a good space and it should not be long before she is in the winner’s enclosure again. See the replay here.

July 21st, 2021
She made her debut for the Gareth van Zyl over 1400m at Hollywoodbets Scottsville today. The manner in which she finished off her race was eye-catching. She will come on from the experience and she should go close in her next outing. See the replay here.

April 5th, 2021
She had to overcome a wide draw and carried a big mass this afternoon which was never going to be an easy task. She is going for a short break which should do her the world of good.

February 21st, 2021
We were rather disappointed with her performance today, despite the excuses. She didn’t have that show stopping appearance about her when stepping into the ring, like she did have on debut. Anton Marcus also reported that she had run her race prior to loading in the stalls, after getting very worked up down at the start.

February 4th, 2021
Time To Roll, going through the motions this morning. She is a very promising daughter of Jackson who should be ready to step out again soon. The Alyson Wright stable have a race on the 21st of February in mind for her, and we can’t wait to see her back in action.

November 27th, 2020
Time To Roll wins her debut, in the opener at Hollywoodbets Greyville. Ridden to victory by Anton Marcus, trained by Alyson Wright and bred by Boland Stud. Awesome to have our Payroll Team on course, having named her.

 

 

 

November 26th, 2020
Now ready to have her first run, she will debut in the opener on the program at Hollywoodbets Greyville on Friday 27th November 2020. More details below.

Friday 27 November 2020 – Hollywoodbets Greyville
Race 1 – 14:22 – 1400m – Gold Circle Racing YouTube Maiden Plate (Fillies)

4 – Time To Roll
Trainer: Alyson Wright
Jockey: Anton Marcus
Wgt: 58.0kg
Draw: 4 (17 runners)
Predicted Betting: 5/1

This big, strong daughter of Jackson has shown quite a lot at home leading up to this and on what she has shown she should be able to run into the money. A slight concern would be her lack of work over the past two weeks due to the inclement weather in KZN. But everyone is in the same boat and hopefully Anton Marcus can work his magic.

Winning Form Comment: Jackson filly.

May 4th, 2020
This big daughter of Jackson has done well over the past month and she has finally come in to full work. Seen here on the far side, having her first workout alongside another horse. She is still very green and she has a lot to learn, but we are expecting to see her develop into a lovely 3-year old.

April 4th, 2020
As most of the Jackson offspring have shown, the majority of them seem to come to hand at the age of 3 years old. This big filly is no different and she will be one of the last to leave the farm this year.

August 24th, 2019
She has been let down and being such a big filly, she is going to take a bit of time. One thing we are certain about is that the spring season is going to do her the world of good. She has the appearance of classic filly and she moves like on too.

July 8th, 2019
She has just arrived at Leckhampton Farm, where she will spend the next few months maturing before she is broken in. See below, a more recent photo of her, taken at the sale: