A half sister to Ascot Stud’s new sire Global View is one of 4,479 yearlings catalogued for the 2016 Keeneland September Yearling Sale, set to take place on September 12th through to 25th.
Catalogued as lot 319, and due to come up for sale in the second day of trading, the filly is a daughter of G1 Dubai World Cup winner and outstanding sire Street Cry, whose 100 plus stakes winners include the champions Street Sense and Zenyatta.
Out of the unraced Storm Cat mare Egyptian Queen, this unnamed filly is a half sister to 4 winners including the multiple Graded winner and new Cape sire Global View.
The latter, a son of the world’s premier sire Galileo, was a graded winner at both two and three, winning the G3 Generous Stakes at two and landing the G2 American Turf Stakes as a sophomore.
Global View, who earned just under $500 000 in prize money, is out of a daughter of Irish Champion Warrior Queen –whose offspring include G2 San Felipe Stakes hero A P Warrior.
This is the same family as leading French sire Green Tune and the outstanding sire Storm Bird –sire of, among others, the great sire Storm Cat, who happens to be the broodmare sire of Global View.
The latter is set to stand his first season at stud for a fee of R20 000.
Another young Cape sire to have a sibling on offer at this massive September auction, is Klawervlei’s well performed young horse Coup De Grace. The latter, the only son of US Champion Sire Tapit at stud in South Africa, has a half brother by dual G1 Breeders’ Cup Classic winner and outstanding sire Tiznow, on sale at Keeneland.
Catalogued as lot 397, the striking bay colt shares his G3 Iowa Oaks placed dam Home Court with former G2 Amsterdam Stakes/G3 Bay Shore Stakes hero Coup De Grace.
A daughter of champion sire and broodmare sire Storm Cat, Home Court is out of US Champion, and G1 Breeders’ Cup Distaff winner Jewel Princess. The latter is a daughter of champion and outstanding broodmare sire Key To The Mint –also sire of the second dam of red hot young Cape sire Philanthropist.