Drakenstein Stud’s evergreen sire Trippi has had a phenomenal year, even by his high-standards, this season thus far.
Not only is Trippi sire of impressive G1 World Sports Betting Cape Town Met hero Jet Dark, he is also sire of the Cape’s three-year-old sensation Charles Dickens, while yet another G1 winner by Trippi, Real Princess, features as the dam of recent G1 Pongracz Cape Flying Championship hero Gimme A Prince.
Runners by Trippi have already earned more than R6.6 million for the current season, with the sire’s racetrack representatives averaging an impressive R132 607 this season.
Beaumont Stud, breeders of dual Horse Of The Year Variety Club as well as this season’s classy three-year-old Trompie, will be offering the only the yearling by this sensational sire at the 2023 Cape Yearling Sale.
The filly (Lot 73) in question is out of the Captain Al mare Afloat, a winning half-sister to the stakes placed Miss Marker, and this well bred filly hails from the immediate family of champion Special Preview and multiple G1 winner Military Muse.
Beaumont Stud will also be offering You Bring Me Joy (Lot 35), an Erupt half-sister to G1 Cape Fillies Guineas runner up Driving Miss Daisy, a Legislate close relative (Lot 138) to recent Listed City Of Cape Town Summer Juvenile Stakes winner Rascova, and Potala Palace filly (Lot 79) whose dam is a three time winning half-sister to G2 winner Gallica Rose.
Beaumont Stud’s Cape Yearling Sale string can be viewed from Block C at Kenilworth racecourse.