A Capetown Noir colt trained by Justin Snaith has won very impressively this afternoon at Durbanville, with Kamadeva, a juvenile half-brother to Gr1 winner Love Struck, leading from almost the start to win going away by over 3,5 lengths 0ver 1250m.
He appeared to enjoy the further and his pedigree indicates he will enjoy more, after placing twice in both of his previous starts over 1000m.
The Summerhill-bred is owned by Mr A Gujadhur and sold for R225 000 off the 2018 Cape Premier Yearling Sale. This is the female line of Anytime Baby and Thandolwami.
Capetown Noir has had 2 winners and 17 places from his first crop, with his daughter Brandina already Black Type and missing her first feature win by a whisker.
Capetown Noir has 4 Lots on the upcoming Nationals, including a Clifton-bred colt out of a Galileo mare, Piemonte have a beautiful filly who is a half-sister to Black Type Raise The Bar (dam of Rose In Bloom) and to 6-time winner High Altar, whilst Henham Stud have a Capetown Noir sibling to Gr1 Empress Club Stakes runner up Running Brave, and Summerhill have the first produce of Black Type Supercede on offer.
The sale takes place from 24-26 April.