The South African Breeders' Championship is one of the tightest held titles in the world, having resided in the hands of just seven entities in over a century. In 2005 the record books were re-written as Summerhill claimed the premiership by a record margin. In 2006 our previous record was eclipsed five weeks before the season's close, and this was followed by record-breaking margins in 2007, 2008 and 2009. In 2010, Summerhill's record earnings for the Championship were more than double its closest pursuer, and in 2013 the title remained East of the Drakensberg for a modern day record of nine consecutive seasons.