Summerhill Ready To Run Breeze-Up Gallops

Summerhill Stud, Mooi River, South Africa
Friday 14th October 2011

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Lot 5 Brainstorm Filly Way West ex Best Behaviour
Way West is the sire of two Group One-performing fillies from his first two small crops, His better ones all have good motors, and a nice racey outlook and this filly fits the same bill. Gets along nicely with a big snappy stride, and encouragingly, she has good size on her.
Lot 120 Oriental Princess Filly Kahal ex Oriental Queen
This filly improves with each work out. The family is generally pretty small, yet this is a fair sized individual with more flair than her multiple winning siblings at the same stage.
Lot 51 Dukuduku Filly Muhtafal ex Fragrant Forest
Typical Muhtafal, she skips along at a merry pace. Her mother is a daughter of Fort Wood and won five races, so you can expect this one to keep improving.
Lot 44 Highway Eightyfive Filly Kahal ex Especially
We all know that Argentina’s best family is the one that begins with “E”, and this “E” is especially worth watching. We like surprises, like everyone else, and this filly’s been surprising us in the past month. She took time to get into the groove, but Saturday’s trial gave us hope she’ll turn it on for Friday.
Lot 142 Scarletto Filly Stronghold ex Scarlet Ribbon
Big, workmanlike filly, she’s been taking her time until her trial on Saturday, when she put it together for us. Despite being the best handicapper in Europe, Stronghold was not a two year old, and so you’d not expect too much from his stock at this stage, but she’s surprised us with the rapidity with which she has advanced. Worth remembering the great success which Danehill enjoyed on Northern Dancer-line mares; this is the cross.

TBA Sales Complex, Gosforth Park, Germiston, South Africa
Sunday 6th November 2011

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