Sitting here @ Hercules safaris on our third day with our list already done, Started off going after a zebra and wife got a beautiful stallion, ph said around 850 pounds. After getting him in the salt we had a couple of hours to try and fill some of my list. We went for another walk and nearby in one of his fields were lots of animals, a blesbok ewe was standing about 150 yards away with decent horns so he told me to shoot. Heard the pop and watched her run a short distance and drop. Tracker called for a truck and they loaded her up and took her to the skinning shed. Still time left so off we go up on a ridge to wait and see what came out. A small herd of wildebeest came out and so we set up for a shot. Another 150-175 yard shot sitting and bang, heard the pop and she ran about 50-75 yards and piled up and then gave a bellow. #3 for the day down. Tracker again called for truck and we loaded her in. Started to walk back because it was starting to get late and out pops an impala. Bang and no pop this time and saw the dirt kick up behind it. Oh no i thought so we go to look, track had us stay back while he went ahead and soon he was motioning up forward. 4th animal in the salt on the first day. Now we have only 2 animals left for the whole week. Day 2 we go to another concession and are looking for sable and warthog. Wife up first for sable and after a short time we spot one and ph said you should shoot him. Wife steadys for the shot and bang pop, a few minutes later we are holding one of the most beautiful of the African trophies, horns measured about 40 1/2 from base to tip and i think about 9 inch bases. After pics and congratulations we are off to look for a warthog. Middle of the day now and very hot so we stop for lunch and wait a little. The ph decides to go sit for a couple of hours in a blind and we have 3 different groups of warthogs come in but too small. One last drive around to see if we can find any and just about to go back for the night and a decent warthog runs across the road. Bang, pop and wart hog goes down. Day 2 and we are done. Now to hang out and relax for a while.