Lot 28 – Garden Tea Party x Querari
Boland Stud’s Querari filly ticks all the boxes!
Oasis Dream stallion Querari has proven consistently successful since retiring to stud in 2011. He made a blistering start to his stud career, with Querari’s small first crop of 27 foals, of which 26 raced and 23 won, producing an impressive eight black type horses, notably the graded stakes winners Cosmic Light and Kangaroo Jack. Querari’s subsequent crops have yielded a host of graded stakes winners, headed by Gr.1 Thekwini Stakes winner Querari Falcon, millionaire and Gr.2 Premier Trophy winner Head Honcho, exported Gr.2 Gauteng Guineas/Dingaans victor Monks Hood, Gr.2 winner and millionaire Wonderwall, high-class sprinter Pinnacle Peak, and Gr.2 Zulu Kingdom Explorer Golden Slipper victress Cockney Pride.
Querari’s latest star is the top sprinter Rio Querari, who raced to a breath-taking score in the Gr.2 Khaya Stables Diadem Stakes, and the Justin Snaith trained Rio Querari looks on track for bigger and better things. With Querari having covered some exceptional mares in recent times, the sky seems the limit for the former German champion and Querari’s increasing list of stakes winning progeny!
Boland Stud will be offering a handful of blue blooded Querari yearlings at this year’s National Yearling Sale, including a filly (Lot 28) out of the Western Winter mare Garden Tea Party. Not only is Garden Tea Party a daughter of South Africa’s Champion Broodmare Sire of 2017-2081, she is also a full-sister to the smart, Gr.3 Jubilee Handicap runner up Rainy Day Blues and half-sister to Gr.2 Betting World 1900 winner Solid Speed- who earned over R800 000 in prize money.
Garden Tea Party’s own dam Boston Tea Party, a daughter of another champion broodmare sire Jallad, is in turn a full-sister to Gr.1 Premier’s Champion Stakes winner Talahatchie, and this is the family of Singapore champion Lizarre, Gr.1 Thekwini Stakes winning Equus Champion Lady In Black and this season’s Gr.2 Cape Racing Peninsula Handicap victor Nexus.
Lady In Black – Gr.1 Thekwini Stakes
Querari – Breeding to Win
“Some dreams can be bought – buy this filly and the world is your oyster”
Boland Stud invites you to make an excursion to Ceres to view their impressive draft of yearlings for the BloodStock South Africa National Yearling Sale.
From today, until Tuesday 6th April at a time suitable to you. To schedule your visit please contact Eugene Freeman on 0848163741 or email him at email@example.com. Make a day or a long weekend of your trip and come and enjoy all that the beautiful Ceres valley has to offer. We look forward to the pleasure of your company.
From Friday 9th April, yearlings will be at the TBA Complex in Johannesburg for viewing. The BloodStock South Africa National Yearling Sale is taking place on Thursday 15th & Friday 16th April at the TBA Complex, cnr Van Riebeeck &, Rand Airport Rd, Gosforth Park, Germiston, 2094, South Africa.