How Long Have These Silks Been Around?

Master Of My Fate mare wins a cracker

It was a day for vintage racing silks in the feature winners’ enclosure at Hollywoodbets Greyville on Saturday.

And after the Rattray’s were successful in the support feature, Andre and Joyce MacDonald celebrated a deserved maiden stakes success for their Master Of My Fate mare Indi Ana.

The familiar purple red and white has graced the South African racetracks for decades and Summerveld trainer Peter Muscutt will have been pleased to give the longstanding supporters a feature winner.

Raymond Danielson puts another nail in the Pick 6 coffin! (Pic – Candiese Lenferna)

The Gr3 Flamboyant Stakes always looked a tricky event and Raymond Danielson rode a confident race producing Indi Ana to beat the gallant Mary O by 1.5 lengths in a time of 95,22sec.

The 3yo favourite Love Bomb was beaten a further 2,1 lengths back in 3rd.

Bred by Klipdrif Stud, Indi Ana has won 5 races with 5 places from 16 starts for stakes of close on R350 000.00.

A daughter of Master Of  My Fate (Jet Master) she is out of the unraced Argonaut mare Zahara.

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