Klawervlei Stud’s four-time G1 winning sire TWICE OVER (Observatory) has been in tremendous form of late, and the former European champion was responsible for three more winners on Saturday.
Twice Over’s Saturday treble included a smart performance by his two-year-old daughter CALL THE WIND who made a winning debut at Borrowdale Park on Saturday for trainer GOKHAN TERZI and owner Mr Goksel.
Call The Wind’s dual G1 Emirates Airline Champion Stakes winning sire Twice Over also enjoyed double success at Kenilworth racecourse on Saturday.
Twice Over’s three-year-old son VENI VIDI VICCI was rewarded for consistency when he made much of the running to break his maiden at Kenilworth over the weekend.
The Brett Crawford trained gelding powered home, under Callan Murray, to score by a length and a quarter for owners essrs R Gujadhur & T Gujadhur & Dr H K Gujadhur.
Bred by Peter de Beyer, Veni Vidi Vicci has yet to finish out of the first four in his first five starts thus far.
Twice Over ended Saturday on a high note, when his Justin Snaith trained daughter TWICETHEQUALITY defied 60kgs to score a half-length win over 1800 metres. Under Robert Khathi, Twicethequality stayed on gamely to win Saturday’s contest for owner Suzette Viljoen.
The filly, who was bred by Klawervlei, has won or placed in five of her eight races.
TWICE OVER is responsible for dual G1 Vodacom Durban July winner DO IT AGAIN as well as this season’s very exciting two-year-old SMORGASBORD, Twice Over as 12 lots on the CTS Farm Yearling Sale, and a further eight yearlings on the KZN Yearling Sale.