Somewhere In Time stays unbeaten

Somewhere In Time stays unbeaten

April 17, 2019 / 1 month ago

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Somewhere In Time, a difficult but progressive sort. (Gold Circle).

Owner Nic Jonsson paid R1,2-million for Captain Al’s daughter Somewhere In Time at the 2018 Cape Premier Sale, and while there is a long way to go, she is showing good signs.

Two-year-old Somewhere In Time followed her Maiden Juvenile win over 1000m in January at Kenilworth with a 1200m victory in a small field at Scottsville on Sunday. She didn’t beat much, but looks progressive and has a future.

“We weren’t going to race her here, but I saw the field scratch up to five runners. She wasn’t ready, but I thought this would be a worthwhile gallop for 60k. Lots of credit to Anton Marcus for his ride!”

Somewhere in Time is from a top Normandy Stud family, her unraced dam Ekaterina is a half-sister to former Gr1 star Mother Russia and Jonsson said: “She has a serious pedigree, a beautiful filly and we are hopeful.”

He joked: “She is quite difficult, was showing Anton his age but he seems to have worked her out!”