EQUUS CHAMPION WELL REPRESENTED IN SUMMERHILL DRAFT


Capetown Noir. He will be  represented at the CTS Cape Premier Yearling Sale with two lots from Summerhill Stud - half-siblings to Love Struck and Royal Pleasure. Image: Candiese Marnewick
Capetown Noir. Image: Candiese Marnewick

The superbly bred Equus Champion Capetown Noir is strongly represented in the Summerhill Sales draft at the 2018 Emperors Palace Ready To Run Sale, which is due to take place at the TBA complex on November 4th.

Summerhill will offering no fewer than 15 two-year-olds from the first crop of Capetown Noir, one of the very best sons of triple champion sire Western Winter.

Capetown Noir, who shares his sire with prominent Cape stallion What A Winter among many other stars,

The handsome bay, whose half-sister In The Dance recently made a winning debut, was South Africa’s Champion Miler of 2014, and his eight wins included all of the G1 Cape Guineas, G1 Investec Cape Derby and the G1 L’Ormarins Queen’s Plate. One of eight winners out of Broodmare Of The Year Akinfeet, Capetown Noir earned more than R2.7 million during his illustrious career.

Well supported since retiring to stud, Capetown Noir bids to follow the likes of Jet Master, Captain Al, Dynasty, What A Winter and Pomodoro to become a high class South African bred stallion and he has a cracking draft at this year’s Ready To Run Sale.

His 15 lots on offer from Summerhill include:

Lot 2 Clifton Cougar –a half-sister to 4 winners notably G2 Merchants winner The Thinker

Lot 6 Numerical –this colt is a half brother to 8 winners including speedy stakes winner Onehundredacrewood

Lot 7 Jinger Jack –from the same family as last season’s Broodmare Of The Year Strawberry Lane, this colt is a half-brother to G3 winning two-year-old Royal Pleasure

Lot 12 Highfalutin –this filly (inbred to champion sire Northern Guest) is a half-brother to no fewer than 10 winners including G1 performer Lostintranslation, and his dam is a sister to a Met winner

Lot 14 King Pink –a ½ brother to G2 performer Highly Decorated, this colt is out of a G2 winning half-sister to Guineas/Zabeel Mile winner Imbongi from the family of William Longsword

Lot 16 Onemoretime –this colt’s 7 winning half siblings include G2 winner Winning Leap

Lot 72 Go Daddy –this colt is a half-brother to short lived Ready To Run Cup hero Big Bear

Lot 73 Ennoble –out of a  stakes placed mare by the world’s premier sire Galileo, this colt is a half-brother to G1 SA Derby winner, and Summer Cup entrant, Hero’s Honour and G1 filly Railtrip

 Catalogue pages for all the Capetown Noir progeny on sale can be viewed at www.bsa.co.za


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