SIRE POWER TO BE FOUND IN EVERGREEN DRAFT
19 July 2019

The Evergreen Farm will be offering an 11 strong draft of juveniles at the 2019 Emperors Palace National 2YO Sale later this year, with the draft including lots by such top class sires as Captain Al, Elusive Fort, Flower Alley, Master Of My Fate, Twice Over, Visionaire and What A Winter.
Al’s Lass (Lot 153) is a filly by deceased champion sire Captain Al, whose daughters include such standout G1 winners as All Is Secret, Carry On Alice, Cloth Of Cloud, Miss Florida and current star Celtic Sea. This filly, bred on the potent Captain Al/Fort Wood cross, is out of a Fort Wood half-sister to three black type performers notably G2 The Nursery winner Vacherin.
Tapit’s multiple graded stakes winning son Coup De Grace is the sire of a filly (Lot 24) whose four winning siblings include the G2 placed filly London, while Var’s Elusion (Lot 197) is a colt by Equus Champion and proven G1 sire Elusive Fort out of a stakes placed, six time winning daughter of Var.
Travers Stakes winner Flower Alley, whose progeny includes a Kentucky Derby winning champion, is represented in this draft by a colt (Lot 132) whose dam won the G1 Allan Robertson Fillies Championship, while short-lived champion Soft Falling Rain is represented here by a filly (Lot 151) whose dam is a half-sister to dual G3 winner Hollywoodboulevard (herself dam of high-class stakes winner On That Boulevard).

Master Of My Fate, who has made an exceptional start to his stud career, is represented by two lots here. His son Master Ofthe North (Lot 66) is a half-brother to five winners including dual stakes winner Feel My Love, while his daughter Just So Easy (Lot 186) is a half-sister to four winners including Irridescence Stakes winner Pure Power.

Court Order (Lot 201) is a filly by Equus Champion The Apache, and this well bred filly, closely inbred to Sadler’s Wells’ son Dolpour, is a half-sister to millionaire and G2 Victory Moon Stakes winner Judicial.
European champion Twice Over is the sire of a colt (Lot 88) whose dam won four times up to 1200m, while G1 winner and G1 sire Visionaire is the sire of a half-sister (Lot 126) to the stakes placed filly Fresh.
Western Lion, who shares his sire What A Winter with the likes of Clouds Unfold, Snow Report and Armando, is a half-brother to 3 winners including 2yo scorer Gallic Princess and his dam is a half-sister to Equus Champion Aslan.
The 2019 National 2YO Sale is scheduled to take place at the TBA complex in Germiston from August 15th-16th, and the catalogue can be viewed online at www.bsa.co.za