Maine Chance Farms’ top-class sire Querari, Champion Sire of 2Yos in South Africa last season, was responsible for an eye catching debut winner at Durbanville on Tuesday.
His three-year-old daughter Bindi, a full-sister to the very talented Angel’s Trumpet, stormed home to post a one and three quarter length debut win, over 1250m, for trainer Glen Kotzen and jockey Morne Winaar.
Out of the Jallad mare Quilted Bonnet, Bindi was bred by Ben Botha –who also bred Querari’s G1 Thekwini Stakes winning daughter Querari Falcon.
Querari, whose full-brother Sharja Bridge ran second in the G2 bet365 Mile earlier this year, had only two runners at Durbanville on Tuesday with his son Rio Querari finishing third, beaten a length, in Tuesday’s seventh race.
The G1 winning son of in-form sire Oasis Dream (responsible for five group/graded winners in 2019) has been in good form this season, with Querari responsible for a double at Fairview on Friday courtesy of offspring Tuyuca and Inthepurplerain.