More Dynasties Of Dreams?

R5,75 million colt may need more ground

Two well-bred Dynasty colts make their debut in the first (12h40) at Kenilworth today and could be a duo worth following into the Cape Summer Season.

Former SA Horse Of The Year Futura’s full-brother Scribner (9), a R1,2 million Cape Premier Yearling Sale buy, steps out in the opening race for Brett Crawford.

Futura at the Drakenstein Stallion Day on Friday (Pic – Chase Liebenberg)

The Philippi trainer says his charge has a place chance as he no doubt needs more ground.

Futura, who was a real eyecatcher at Friday’s Drakenstein Stallion Day, won his 9 races from 1200m to 2000m.

So it is not inconceivable that class could pull Scribner through on debut!

Candice Bass-Robinson and Aldo Domeyer team up with the aptly named Sovereign Spirit (11).

The Lammerskraal colt achieved the top price paid for a Dynasty yearling of R5.75 million on the 2017 Cape Premier Yearling Sale in 2017.

Viva Maria

Mike De Kock’s smart Gr1 Woolavington winner Viva Maria – her son Sovereign Spirit runs in the first today

Wehann Smith’s Kuda Holdings (Pty) Ltd spent top dollar on the son of Gr1 Woolavington winner Viva Maria (Jet Master). He was the second top lot in the last Cape Premier Sale of the Jooste era.

Candice says that he is a ‘lovely colt and should run well – but will probably need the experience and be better over further’.

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