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Second Win For Smart Capetown Noir Filly Brandina

Brandina becomes her sires first winner and first Black Type achiever. She was bought back at the KZN Yearling Sale. Image: Candiese Marnewick
Brandina pictured. She was bought back at the KZN Yearling Sale for just R20 000 and is now Black Type. Image: Candiese Marnewick

Piemonte-bred Brandina by Capetown Noir has made it two wins from only three starts – her only other place was third by a head in the Listed Tattersalls Summer Juvenile Stakes at Kenilworth.

Brandina was bought back for just R20 000 at the 2018 KZN Yearling Sale – TBA Chairman Lee, and Dino Scribante, offer everything they breed at auction and retain whichever horses have not sold at sales.

Raced by breeder Lee Scribante and his brother, the filly is out of Var mare Bedouin, a half-sister to Gr2 winner Fair Brutus bred by Yellow Star Stud. This is also the family of Grand Format and National Dance.

Capetown Noir. Image: Candiese Marnewick
Capetown Noir. Image: Candiese Marnewick

Triple Gr1 winning son of Western Winter, Capetown Noir, had his highest price 2yo sell at the 2018 Ready To Run Sale for R500 000, a half-brother to Gr1 placed Railtrip and Gr1 winner Hero’s Honour, he has been exported to Kenya for owner Michael Spencer.

Capetown Noir has now had 2 wins and 7 places from just 6 runners, and stands at Summerhill Stud for Khaya Stables.

Capetown Noir has two yearlings being consigned to Nationals from Summerhill – one out of Nojoom by Galileo (the dam of Gr2 winner Intergalactic), and the other out of Supercede (a half-sister to Talitha Borealis) by Stronghold, from the family of The Sheik and Shoe Express.

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