Third winner for Mambo In Seattle
Moutonshoek’s promising first crop sire, Mambo In Seattle, was represented by his third winner from his initial crop of 2yos when daughter Same Jurisdiction scored a facile win over 1200m at Clairwood Park on Sunday.
Same Jurisdiction, who was third on debut, won most impressively, and was geared down to win. The filly, who is out of the Captain Al mare Diana De Carlo, is likely to make her next start on Vodacom Durban July day when competing in the KZN Yearling Sale Million.
Bred by Klawervlei, Same Jurisdiction was pinhooked by Riverton Stud at the 2012 Cape Mare and Weanling Sale, before being sold at the 2013 Suncoast KZN Yearling Sale for R270 000.
Her sire, Mambo In Seattle, is also the sire of promising colt The Royal Rumba, who was an impressive winner on debut.
A top-class racehorse, Mambo In Seattle won the Henry Walton Stakes, and was second, beaten a short by multiple Gr1 winner Colonel John, in the prestigious Gr1 Travers Stakes. He also ran fourth to dual US Horse of the Year Curlin in the Gr1 Jockey Club Gold Cup.
He is a son of French 2000 Guineas winner and world leading sire Kingmambo, whose sire sons include champion sires King Kamehameha and King’s Best, as well as the top-class US sire Lemon Drop Kid (a three parts brother to Mambo in Seattle).