Camargue Stud will bringing a draft packed full of quality to the upcoming KZN Yearling Sale, with this consignment not only including yearlings sired by the likes of Act Of War, Erupt, Global View, Last Winter and What A Winter, but also horses hailing from some outstanding families.
Sire sensation What A Winter, whose flagbearers this season include G1 Jonsson Workwear Computaform Sprint winner Isivunguvungu among others, is represented here by Summer Heat (Lot 43), a half-sister to five winners including G1 Tsogo Sun Medallion winner Guiness. Camargue’s Brett Van Laun is understandably very high on this filly, and says of her, “She is a strong, powerful filly who looks quick in the paddocks, and is a half-sister to a G1 horse.”
Global View, whose son Dave The King ran a blinder when second in the recent G1 Daily News 2000, is the sire of a colt (Lot 20), whose dam is a winning full-sister to G1 SA Nursery runner up Ziparana and half-sister to G3 UAE 2000 Guineas second place finisher Zanzamar, and this is also the family of French classic winner Zalaiyka.
He is a “smashing colt, from a great international family. Out of a daughter of Trippi, this colt is an absolute eye-opener!”
Other attractive lots to be found in this draft include the Erupt filly (Lot 106) whose dam is a stakes placed daughter of Jet Master, the Captain Of All colt whose immediate relatives include G1 Wilgerbosdrift HF Oppenheimer Horse Chestnut Stakes victor MK’s Pride, and the Act Of War colt (Lot 167) whose dam is a three-parts sister to Listed Irridescence Stakes winner Anglet.
This draft can be viewed from Block A at Durban’s Suncoast Casino.