This filly, by Kementari and out of Mithila, who comes from the family of Redoute’s Choice, is set to be a collector’s item.

“A good sized, beautiful scopey filly. She oozes quality and moves well. She is a rare individual being the only Kementari filly in the land. She was out of her box constantly being inspected and handled the sales process with ease.”

– Brett Howard

 

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“Training for Star Thoroughbreds is a delightful experience. From entry point through to a young horse’s race career right up until his or her retirement, the Star team have a very well thought out system to look after their clients’ investment and the horse equally. Denise and her team ensure that racing with Star is absolutely a 5 star experience.”

– Chris Waller

Kementari, by the sire of sires Lonhro, is now gelded and back racing. Kementari broke his maiden on his second time out in the Seven News Plate at Royal Randwick. He then went on to win the G3 Aquis Farm Eskimo Prince S., G2 Handon S C Easy Hobartville S., and G1 Mostyn Copper Group Randwick Guineas. Kementari was retired to stud in March 2019. After a season in the breeding shed, Kementari was gelded after low fertility and returned to the track in 2020. Since Kementari's return, he has had more success at the elite level with multiple Group placings and finding recent success in winning the G2 Gilgai S., and Magic Millions The Buffering Conditions. Overall, he has had 38 starts to date, with seven wins and 12 placings earning nearly $2,000,000.
Mithila is by top broodmare sire, Encosta De Lago (pictured) and out of the Danehill mare Twyla, a three-quarter sister to Redoute’s Choice. Mithila herself is a three-quarter sister to stallions Manhattan Rain, Niagara and Echoes Of Heaven. Mithila is unraced, but the dam of Group 3 winner Madam Legend. She has five foals to race, four are winners.
Canning Downs was established in 1840 and is the oldest homestead in Queensland. It was a home to thoroughbred stallions from 1842 until 1989 when its broodmares and foals became the focus of the stud. The property is now under the guidance of Ceb’s son John (Mytt) Barnes and his wife Joy Mackay. The breeding and raising of thoroughbreds has changed significantly since Canning Downs was established 180 years ago, however the high quality country continues to be the foundation on which the stock are raised.

This filly is $41,000 (inc GST) per 10% share or $20,500 (inc GST) per 5% share. This filly is FULLY SOLD.

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