Into The Deep Blue Sky

Save the date: 04 July

Indiscreet Fantasy, Midway Lady, Eswarah, Chestnuts N Pearls, Yard-Arm, Abashiri, Ronnie’s Candy, Buy And Sell – these are just a few of the Grade One winners with relatives for sale in Blue Sky Thoroughbreds draft for the BSA 2024 KZN Yearling Sale.

Blue Sky Thoroughbreds (f) Willow Magic x Cinnamon Spice – born 3 August (Pic- Candiese Lenferna)

This imposing consignment is made up of yearlings sired by a host of exceptional stallions including Act Of War, Declarationofpeace, Last Winter, Master Of My Fate, Querari, Rafeef, What A Winter and One World.

Lot 4 – Unnamed (colt) by One World ex Vasilisa

This colt’s twice-winning dam is a half-sister to four black-type horses headed by Gr1 Cape Fillies Guineas winner Indiscreet Fantasy.

Lot 27 – Black Frost (colt) by What A Winter ex Baronova

This colt’s whose third dam is a full-sister to dual English classic winner Midway Lady, herself the dam of an Oaks winner in the form of Eswarah.

Lot 7 – Unnamed (filly) by Last Winter ex Water Is Gold

A half-sister to Gr3 Strelitzia Stakes winner Neptune’s Rain

Lot 10 – Unnamed (filly) by Querari ex Winter Sun

A half-sister to debut winner Siberian Winter, hailing from the immediate family of multiple Gr1 winning filly Esoterique among others.

Promising two-year-old Disting has a Declarationofpeace half-brother (Lot 150) on offer, while Trippi’s four-time winning daughter Trippi’s Girl has a Rafeef filly (Lot 202), bred on the same cross as the brilliant William Robertson, on the sale.

Other appealing lots to be found here include:

Lot 78 – A Master Of My Fate colt out of a four-time winning daughter of Kahal, the Act Of War filly.

Lot 107 – An Act Of War filly out of Listed Racing Association Stakes heroine Just Chaos.

Lot 183 –  Unnamed Act Of War filly – half-sister to smart performers Silent Crusade and Get In The Q.

View this draft at Blocks B and C.

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