Summerview At KZN Yearling Sale

Thursday 04 July - Suncoast Casino

Summerview Stud will be offering four quality yearlings at the upcoming BSA KZN Yearling Sale on Thursday 4 July.

This quartet is made up of lots sired by champion sprinter Captain Of All, Japanese star Danon Platina and the consistently successful Master Of My Fate.

Summerview Stud's Colleen and Gary de Klerk

Summerview Stud’s Colleen and Gary de Klerk (Pic – Candiese Lenferna)

Master Of My Fate, whose recent flagbearers include such high-class stakes winners as Atticus Finch, Joy And Peace, Princess Izzy and Splicethemainbrace, has two colts in this draft.

Jack Bartlett (Lot 80) is a beautifully bred colt whose dam Field Of Light is a winning full-sister to both triple Gr1 winning sire Jackson and Gr3 Byerley Turk winner Heartland. Field Of Light, who also numbers Gr3 Lebelo Sprint winner Jade Bay as a half-brother, hails from an outstanding family whose members include hugely influential champion sire Smart Strike among others.

Mio Destino (Lot 201) is another Master Of My Fate colt whose dam is a winning daughter of Dynasty, and this colt’s granddam Tala is a French stakes winning daughter of Lomitas.

Cartel Queen (Lot 114) is a filly bred to be speedy. She is by former Equus Champion Sprinter Captain Of All and is a three-parts sister to the Captain Of All sired millionaire and high-class sprinter Cartel Captain.

Japanese champion Danon Platina, a son of the mighty Deep Impact, is also represented in this draft. His son Blackjack Randall (Lot 190) hails from the immediate family of champion Damasco.

The Summerview draft can be found in Block B at the Suncoast Casino.

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