Noble Tune enjoyed two winners in two days, following on from Romanesca’s win on Sunday at Greyville which we reported on previously.
The second win came on Monday in Kimberley with Kirav’s Tune (previously Rustic Tune), who appears to be enjoying the extra trip with Cliffie Miller – having placed three times over 1400m in all of his starts since his relocation from KZN, and winning over 1600m by over 3,5 lengths comfortably. Kirav’s Tune was bred by Bruce Le Roux, out of Miesque’s Approval mare Orange Blossom, a 6-time winner who is Gr3 placed up to 1600m.
Noble Tune has also had 13 places for the month of March until 26 March.
There are several Noble Tune’s on offer at the upcoming National Yearling Sale, including our half-brother to Gr1 winner, Lady In Black, a yearling out of Negev, Azure Sky, a full sister to 2-time winner Paths Of Victory amongst them.
The National Yearling Sale takes place 24, 25 and 26 April at the TBA Complex.