BURWELL STUD DOUBLY REPRESENTED AT KZN SALE
27 June 2019

Anton Proctor’s Burwell Stud will be doubly represented at this year’s KZN Yearling Sale, which will take place on July 4th and 5th at the lavish Sibaya Casino.

Burwell Stud will be offering two well bred fillies –both of which were sired by stallions whose past performers including G1 winning fillies!
Come Winter (Lot 14) is a daughter of the A P Indy horse, and former Equus Outstanding Stallion Judpot –the sire of such high class fillies as Along Came Polly, Juxtapose, Polyphonic, Double Whammy and Golden Slipper winner Final Judgement.
This well related filly is out of a Western Winter half-sister to the Judpot sired G1 Golden Horseshoe winner Forest Indigo –which makes Come Winter a three-parts sister to that former Equus Award nominee.
Come Winter’s granddam is a four time winning own sister to the stakes placed Alessandria and half-sister to the high class performers Alexandra Rose, Pavlovich, Alexandra Palace and the Judpot sired Bi Pot. The latter, also very closely related to the filly on offer, earned nearly R500 000 and was placed in all of the G1 SA Fillies Classic, G2 Ipi Tombe Challenge, G2 Gerald Rosenberg Stakes and G3 Yellowwood Handicap.

Burwell is also offering An Old Sweet Song (Lot108) –a filly by Vodacom Durban July winner and Leading First Crop Sire Pomodoro. The latter made a huge impression with his first crop including high-class G1 performer Cirillo and multiple G1 winning, champion filly Return Flight.
An Old Sweet Song is out of a daughter of the world’s premier sire Galileo, and her second dam is a Royal Academy half-sister to international group winners Amfortas and Legend Maker –with the latter best known as the dam of 1000 Guineas winner Virginia Waters.

This is the family of champion fillies Chachamaidee (dam of recent Galileo sired G3 winner Klassique) and Shuruq and talented Jersey Stakes runner up Space Blues, and further back this is the same family as outstanding sire Dubawi.
The catalogue pages for each of the Burwell fillies can be viewed online at www.bsa.co.za