Perennially among the leading breeders in South Africa, Maine Chance Farms will once again be bringing a top-notch draft to this year’s National Yearling Sale.
Their draft not only includes yearlings by sire standouts Vercingetorix, Trippi, Gimmethegreenlight, Var, Rafeef and Querari, but also progeny out of such high-class stakes winning mares as Silver Mountain, Dynasty’s Blossom, Wind Chill, Pine Princess and Princess Royal.
Maine Chance’s Danni Kuttel says of her string, “Maine Chance Farms are bringing a strong draft to the National Yearling Sale this year, with quite a few standouts.”
She mentions the following as lots to keep an eye on:
Lot 8: a filly by What A Winter from the family of Princess Royal and Princess Victoria
Lot 11: a colt by Vercingetorix out of the G1 winning mare Pine Princess
Lot 19: a smashing colt by Vercingetorix and a half-brother to Princess Calla
Lot 20: a colt by Trippi from the same family as Princess Calla and Princess Victoria
Lot 80: a classy filly by Gimmethegreenlight out of the G1 winning mare Silver Mountain
Lot 84: a colt by Vercingetorix from the same family as multiple G1 winners Hawwaam and Rainbow Bridge
Lot 119: a quality colt by Querari out of a Silvano own sister to Tellina
Lot 195: a colt by Vercingetorix out of an own sister to All Is Secret, The Secret Is Out and Canukeepitsecret
Lot 227: a colt by Querari and a full-brother to Cosmic Light and half-brother to Cosmic Highway
Lot 228: a quality filly by Var and a half-sister to Chyavana and Cosmic Star
Lot 250: a filly by Vercingetorix out of the G3 Gold Cup and G3 Gold Vase winner Dynasty’s Blossom
Lot 280: a filly by Vercingetorix out of a half-sister to Durban July winner Bold Silvano
Lot 283: a racy filly by Vercingetorix from the family of Front And Centre and Potala Palace
Lot 293: a filly by Erupt out of the Silvano mare Gallica Rose and a half-sister to Gilded Butterfly
Lot 336: a filly by Erupt from the family of Durban July winner Marinaresco and his full-sister Marina
This string can be viewed from Blocks B,C and D at the TBA Complex in Germiston.