Summerview – Quality The Key

A draft sired by a Gr1 winner and proven stallion

Summerview Stud will be offering a small but select string at this year’s National Yearling Sale, with each of the three yearlings in this draft sired by a Gr1 winner and proven stallion.

Summerview Stud’s Colleen and Gary de Klerk – looking forward to 18 and 19 April (Pic – Candiese Lenferna)

Colleen De Klerk is very pleased with the draft that Summerview will be bringing to the 2024 National Sale, and had the following to say about her three yearlings on sale:

Far Beyond (Futura ex Polly’s Destiny)

This filly is from the well known Polly family.

The dam is a half sister to Master Plan, Polyphonic and Great Rumpus.

Very racy filly that oozes quality.  She is correct and has a strong forearm and gaskin. Nicely topped, well balanced with a strong hindquarter.  A substantial and impressive looking filly.

The dam’s first runner is already a winner.

Winter Wedding (What A Winter ex Over the Anvil)

The filly is a strong, racy, neat and well balanced with plenty of class and scope.  A late foal and will improve as she matures.

Over the Anvil has already produced multiple winners and a black type earner Green Lantern.  Hails from the Let Kiss family which also includes Kochka, Equis 2yo Champion.

Civil War (Act Of War ex Indi Anna)

Out of a Gr 3 winning mare.

He is a nice sort and a good size for a first foal.  He is a correct colt that is well balanced and will continue to improve as he matures.

He has a lot of quality about him.  His mother won the G3 Flamboyant Stakes and hails from the family of G1 winning Panthalassa in the UAE.

This draft can be viewed from Block E at the TBA Complex in Germiston.

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