Lammerskraal’s outstanding broodmare Nacarat was represented by her tenth individual winner when her 2yo son Bishop’s Bounty broke his maiden at Kenilworth on Wednesday.
The colt, who races for Michael Leaf and trainer Justin Snaith, had run a cracking, and luckless, third on debut in the Listed The Sun International Summer Juvenile Stakes on Met, and was all the rage to go one better on Wednesday.
Bishop’s Bounty duly obliged, when landing a maiden juvenile plate over 1200m by a length and a quarter, and he looks a 2yo with a very bright future indeed.
His dam Nacarat, who is currently in foal to red hot sire Go Deputy, has been an outstanding producer, with the four time winning daughter of Pas De Quoi responsible for seven stakes horses thus far.
Her tally includes five stakes winners thus far, and Bishop’s Bounty looks capable of providing Nacarat, who sadly suffers from Cushings disease, with a remarkable sixth individual black type winner.
Nacarat’s top performers include G1 Thekwini Stakes winner Nania, triple stakes winner Adobe Pink (by Go Deputy), G3 Cape Classic winner Red Ray (who has been placed in 4 G1 races) and recent G1 World Sports Betting Cape Flying Championship runner up Brutal Force, with the latter looking a Grade One winner in the making.
Nacarat’s talented daughter Vermilion won four times and finished second to her own sister Nania in the 2008 G3 Prix du Cap, and the daughter of Western Winter will be represented at the April National Yearling Sale by a Gimmethegreenlight filly.
Another daughter of Nacarat, and sister to both Nania and Vermilion, is former Listed East Cape Oaks winner Valor Red.