Maine Chance Farms’ exciting young stallion Querari made it three winners from just six runners when his first crop daughter Champery made a stunning winning debut for trainer Eric Sands at Kenilworth on Sunday.
Bred by Maine Chance Farms and racing for Cape Leopard Trust, Champery won as she liked by one and three quarter lengths from the well bred Trippi filly Jane S Piddy, with Warm White Night’s daughter Moonblanched back in third.
Out of the well bred mare Celigny, Champery provided Querari with his second winner in the past three days, with his one-eyed son Dynamic Speed having won first time out at Fairview on Friday.
To date, Querari has been represented by six runners, and five have either won or finished in the money.
Not a bad beginning for a stallion who himself was unraced at two!
One of 12 G1 winners sired by former Champion Sprinter Oasis Dream (himself a son of Green Desert), Querari’s wins included a score in the Group 1 Premio Presidente della Repubblica over the likes of G1 winners Pressing, Campanologist, Voila Ici, and Jakkalberry.
Understandably he has already found favour in the sales ring with a Querari filly out of Tachina being knocked down for R675 000 at the 2015 Cape Premier Yearling Sale.