30 July 2018

The Gary Player Stud Farm have an exceptional draft on offer at this year’s National Two Year Old Sale next month.
The farm, which has bred such high class performers as Lady Windermere, Superwood, Supper Club and Madrisa, will be offering offspring of such popular stallions as Duke Of Marmalade, Ideal World, Master Of My Fate, Pathfork, Querari, and What A Winter at the 2018 Two Year Old Sale.

Excitingly, the Gary Player Stud Grooms Program are also represented on the sale, and they will be offering a colt (Lot 176) by July winning champion Greys Inn out of a three time winning daughter of the stakes winner Bravo Bamby.
Querari, whose best runners include the likes of Monks Hood and Pinnacle Peak, is represented by two here. His daughter (Lot 28) out of Winter Oaks winner Rush For John hails from the same family as champion racemare Vesta, while the Querari colt (Lot 177) out of Breeze Way has a dam who is a sister in blood to Australasian Oaks winner Grand Echezeaux (dam of multiple G1 winner and successful sire Darci Brahma).
Breeders’ Cup runner up Noble Tune has a filly (Lot 40) whose stakes placed dam is a daughter of Captain Al and G3 winner Lupine Lady, while the draft also includes a Mambo In Seattle own sister (Lot 80) to millionaire and G2 Charity Mile runner up Saratoga Dancer.

Cartier Champion Duke Of Marmalade, who is from the same family as Mambo In Seattle, is represented in the Gary Player Stud Farm draft colt (Lot 93) from the same family as outstanding gallopers Kiss Of Peace, Harry Hotspur and Rotterdam, while the Ideal World colt (Lot 166) is out of a full-sister to Dubai stakes winner Drift Ice and ¾ sister to Horse Of The Yard Yard-Arm.

Judpot, sire of current stars Coral Fever and Sniper Shot, has two lots in the draft. His son (Lot 43) out of Seven Suns hails from the same family as champions Basic Instinct, Disco Queen and French Navy, while Judpot’s other lot on offer is a filly (Lot 357) out of a winning daughter of the Danehill sired champion Laisserfaire.

Irish Champion Pathfork is enjoying his best ever season, with his runners including unbeaten G1 Allan Robertson Championship winner Mighty High, and he is represented here by a filly (Lot 330) whose four time winning dam is a sister in blood to R3 million plus earner No Worries.

Master Of My Fate is another promising sire with a 2yo in the draft, with the son of Jet Master responsible for a colt (Lot 346) out of a winning half-sister to the Gary Player bred Derby winner Superwood. Inbred to both Elliodor and Soho Secret, this colt hails from the same family as Master Of My Fate himself.

Seventh Rock has a filly (Lot 351) out of a winning daughter of multiple stakes winner Joyous Dancer, while What A Winter has a colt (Lot 414) out of a 3 time winning half-sister to 2 stakes winners, from the family of G1 winning siblings Golden Peak and Record Edge.

The catalogue for the 2018 National Two Year Old Sale can be viewed online at