Maine Chance Farms inform sire Querari, whose two-year-old daughter Herrin won Friday’s Listed Lady’s Slipper Stakes, enjoyed yet more success with his two-year-olds at Kenilworth on Monday afternoon.
South Africa’s Leading Sire of 2YOs for 2018-2019, supplied the winners of Monday’s first two races, with his two-year-old son Invincabelle victorious in race one, and another Querari son, Spring Awakening landing the second race.
An impressive winner on debut, the Brett Crawford trained Invincabelle made it two wins from as many starts when he won a juvenile plate over 1200m.
Under Corne Orffer, the 7-10 favourite hit the front 100m from home and kept going strongly to record a two length win over fellow debut winner Jet Dark.
Bred by Dr Kritzinger, Invincabelle was a R450 000 buy from the 2019 Emperors Palace National Yearling Sale.
Querari came up with his 13th two-year-old winner for 2019-2020 when his Maine Chance Farms bred son Spring Awakening won Monday’s second race for trainer Andre Nel and jockey Aldo Domeyer.
Sent off the 18-10 tote favourite, Spring Awakening romped home to record a facile three and a quarter length win in Monday’s second race to give his sire a quick double.
Fourth to the aforementioned Invincabelle on debut, the colt was a R450 000 buy from the 2019 Emperors Palace National Yearling Sale.
Querari went close to having a two-year-old winning treble on Monday with his 2yo daughter Oscar’s Prize making a pleasing debut when she ran third in Kenilworth’s third race.
Already sire of more than 40 stakes horses, Querari currently sits eighth on the general sires list with his runners having banked more than R6.739 million in prize money this season.
The G1 winning son of Oasis Dream has 25 yearlings on offer at the 2020 Emperors Palace National Yearling Sale.