- Individual interactive reviews of MAINE CHANCE FARMS consignment for National Yearling Sales
- Interactive review of the MAINE CHANCE FARMS’ yearling consignment for the National Yearling Sales
- INDIVIDUAL UPDATED CATALOGUE PAGES
- MAINE CHANCE FARMS – National Yearling Sale consignment
- 29 February 2012 – Notes on the Maine Chance Farms’ yearlings consigned to Cape Premier Yearling Sale BOOK 2
Monthly Archives: January 2012
31 January 2012 …… THE SALES … THE MET …. and the next draft of yearlings come into the stables for preparation.
Things slowly reverting to normal (whatever that might be!) on the farm following the hustle and bustle of ‘city life’ at last week’s Cape Premier Yearling Sale. The venue for the sale, the Cape Town International Convention Centre is an … Continue reading
The yearlings have gone … well, not all of them – we still have around fifty more on the farm – with them now starting to be prepared for the Cape Yearling Sale (Book 2) in early March, and the … Continue reading
22 January 2012 ….. Maine Chance bred Comtesse Dubois wins Laisserfaire Stakes yesterday for Team Valor – and her yearling full-brother is part of our Cape Premier Sale draft.
Yesterday at Kenilworth the Maine Chance bred, and Team Valor owned, COMTESSE DUBOIS (Count Dubois [GB] – Katherine by Rakeen [USA]) won the Laisserfaire Stakes (Listed) from the imported filly Sweet Aria [IRE]. This was COMTESSE DUBOIS’ fourth win in … Continue reading
The following link is an updated photographic file of the five SILVANO (GER) colts which form the nucleus of Maine Chance Farms consignment to the Cape Premier Yearling Sale to be held in Cape Town on 26/27 January. MAINE CHANCE … Continue reading
Some very surprising weather last evening – a hail storm which, fortunately, had minimal impact on Maine Chance – but adjoining fruit farms and vinyards were less lucky as the fruit is almost ready for harvest. Although Maine Chance is … Continue reading
It was a very pleasing weekend for Maine Chance Farms – with resident sires SILVANO (GER) and BLACK MINNALOUSHE (USA) both siring three winners each – the latter doing so in three different countries. The famous yellow and black colours … Continue reading
Among the early arrivals at Maine Chance this morning were outstanding Cape trainer Mike Bass and his patron Marsh Shirtliff, as well as Mike’s daughter (and assistant trainer) Candice Robinson. As trainer and owner, the Bass / Shirtliff combination is … Continue reading