Cape Gr1 Winner Offered In London Today

Dynasty daughter in foal to Frankel

Buyers at today’s sixth renewal of the Goffs London Sale in association with QIPCO could be heading straight for Royal Ascot as fourteen horses in training will be offered with engagements at the Royal meeting.

The British Horseracing Authority will work with the new owners of any horse purchased with a Royal Ascot engagement to process the change of ownership in time for the horse to race in the new owner’s colours.

One of the three mares on offer is Just Sensual, a Gr 1 winner and Champion 3yo filly in South Africa, in foal to Frankel.

Just Sensual gets up on the line to beat Safe Harbour in the Cape Fillies Guineas

She raced in the Jooste Mayfair Speculators silks and won the Cape Fillies Guineas for Joey Ramsden.

Klawervlei Stud bred Just Sensual who is by Dynasty out of the Gr1 Golden Slipper winner Consensual (by Camden Park), who raced out of the Mike Bass yard and was SA’s 2008 Champion 2yo filly.

Just Sensual cost R2 million on the Cape Premier Yearling Sale. She was transferred to the ownership of Miss S Grentell in January 2018.

The London Sale catalogues features 23 lots comprising 3 mares, 2 barrier trial winning two-year-olds and eighteen horses in training.  Fourteen of the horses in training hold Royal Ascot entries, and they are:

Lot 3 WAR TIGER – King George V Stakes

Lot 4 ON A SESSION – Jersey Stakes

Lot 5 DAUGHTER IN LAW – Queen Mary Stakes

Lot 6 OXTED – Jersey Stakes

Lot 8 REAL APPEAL – Norfolk Stakes

Lot 10 MOHICAN HEIGHTS – Chesham Stakes

Lot 12 BRAND NEW DAY – Queen Mary Stakes

Lot 13 IVATHEENGINE – Windsor Castle Stakes

Lot 16 FOREVER IN DREAMS – Commonwealth Cup

Lot 17 SERAPHINITE – Albany Stakes

Lot 19 AMERICAN LADY – Queen Mary Stakes or Windsor Castle Stakes

Lot 20 ISABEAU – Queen Mary Stakes or Windsor Castle Stakes

Lot 21 RED EPAULETTE – Windsor Castle Stakes

Lot 22 MAVEN – Norfolk Stakes

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