Querari on fire! | Cape Breeders Club

Querari on fire!

16th Nov 2017

Maine Chance Farms’ prominent young stallion Querari has been enjoying a good run of form of late, and the son of champion sprinter Oasis Dream was at it again this week.

Querari Falcon

The former Italian champion and G1 winner had his umpteenth double this year at the Vaal on Thursday, when Querari sons Witch King and Pinnacle Peak won races one and five respectively.

Trained by Clinton Binda, and bred by Maine Chance Farms, Witch King (who was sent off 4-1 favourite) scorched home to 2.5 length win over 1400 metres.

Narrow Creek Stud bred Querari’s smart son Procal Harum, and they are also responsible for Pinnacle Peak. The latter stamped himself a 3yo to watch when landing a progress plate for 3yos over 1200m on Thursday –downing the previously unbeaten Noble Secret by 3.6 lengths in the process.
Trained by Dorrie Sham, and ridden to victory by Raymond Danielson, Pinnacle Peak, who was making his Gauteng debut on Thursday, has now two of just four starts and looks a promising sort in the making. Out of the Count Dubois mare Pinnaquin, Pinnacle Peak is bred on the same Querari/Count Dubois cross as G1 Thekwini Stakes runner up Melliflora.

Kangaroo Jack

Querari, whose son Wonderwall is the highest rated runner in Saturday’s R2.5 million Lanzerac Ready To Run Stakes, has been responsible for stakes winners in each of his first three crops to race.
His best offspring include G1 Thekwini Stakes winner Querari Falcon, the above mentioned Wonderwall, and G2 Merchants winner Kangaroo Jack.

Querari’s G3 winning half-brother Quasillo stood his first season at Klipdrif this season, while the pair’s G2 Canadian Stakes winning half-sister Quidura made $3.6 million at the recent Fasig Tipton November Sale.

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