CHARM SPIRIT

  • 2018 yearling sales debut
  • 4 Magic Millions yearlings
  • 4 sold - average A$216,250
  • Sold to A$300,000

 

INVINCIBLE SPIRIT'S

triple Group One winning miler

First KARAKA yearlings selling

Jan 28- Feb 4 

 
 Windsor Park Stud on Kiwi bred

   
Cult hero bolsters yearling sale prospects ››
22 Jan 2018 | By Racenews
Rising star Pingwu Spark (Mastercraftsman) took his prizemoney earnings past NZ$1 million at Sha Tin yesterday when becoming the first horse in Hong Kong to win five races this season. The heaviest horse currently racing in Hong Kong, Pingwu Spark h
Jasd draws attention to Lot 355 ››
21 Jan 2018 | By Racenews
Lot 355 in Book 1 at Karaka next week is sure to attract considerable interest following the impressive winning performance at Trentham yesterday of her half-brother, ‘boom’ three-year-old Jasd. Jasd is unbeaten in both his raceday start
Charm Spirit rubber stamps international appeal ››
16 Jan 2018 | By Racenews
Continuing the northern hemisphere trend, strong international demand for the first yearlings by Invincible Spirit’s triple Gr.1 winning son Charm Spirit was confirmed at the Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale last week. A world class mil
Seraphim scores biggest win in Marton Cup  ››
08 Jan 2018 | By NZ Racing Desk
Race-caller Tony Lee succinctly summed up the performance of Listed Gallagher Marton Cup (2100m) winner Seraphim (NZ) (Rip Van Winkle) when he exclaimed “she just keeps on raising the bar” shortly after runners hit the finish line at Awap
Pingwu Spark is the horse Benno Yung has been waiting for ››
18 Dec 2017 | By Racenews
Every mid-table trainer in Hong Kong racing dreams of the breakout horse that will separate them from the rest and elevate them to the top end of the standings. In his fifth season as trainer, Benno Yung hopes Pingwu Spark (Mastercraftsman) is that
Stratocaster delivers on promise ››
12 Dec 2017 | By NZ Racing Desk
Stylish grey gelding Stratocaster (Mastercraftsman) put his racing career back on track with a dominant performance at Trentham on the weekend. The six-year-old had looked a horse of real promise when he defeated the subsequent multiple Group One
Black type races on radar for Seraphim ››
12 Dec 2017 | By NZ Racing Desk
Despite being one of the runners most affected by a barrier malfunction prior to the last race at Trentham on Saturday, royally bred northern visitor Seraphim (Rip Van Winkle) shook off the pre-race drama to notch another highly impressive victory.
Rip Van Winkle filly sells for $1.4 million ››
06 Dec 2017 | By Racenews
Group winning racemare  I Am Beautiful, a daughter of Rip Van Winkle and in foal to Invincible Spirit’s champion son Kingman, sold for $1.43 million at the Tattersall’s December Mare Sale at Newmarket in England last night.  Pu
Te Akau Shark gets green light for Guineas ››
25 Oct 2017 | By Richard Edmunds, The Informant
New Zealand 2000 Guineas favourite Te Akau Shark (Rip Van Winkle) has been given the green light to head to Christchurch for the November 11 classic. The son of Rip Van Winkle has been a highly impressive winner of both starts to date, beating the l
   

 

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