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Shuttle Sire hits the Spot

Windsor Park (NZ), shuttle sire, Charm Spirit, has gone off with a bang, siring his fifth individual juvenile winner at Salisbury (NZ), last week.

The two year old colt, Foresti, won the Whitsbury Manor two year old Blagrave Maiden Stakes over 1400 metres, by a short head, over Dombra, with a further two lengths back to Momkin, in third place.

Foresti joins Charm Spirit’s other two year olds for the season, The Paddocks, Charming Kid, Oberyn Martell, and Diviner, as Charm Spirit’s other juvenile winners.

“It’s pretty exciting stuff for Windsor Park Stud, as he has some exciting horses in Europe, it is really encouraging for his first crop in the Southern Hemisphere, “ said Windsor Park Stud’s principal, Rodney Schink.

“We have had a lot of feedback from the breakers, so there is some exciting times in store for us next season,” he said.

Charm Spirit’s yearlings have sold up to $400,000 in New Zealand, where he is really leaving very nice horses; they were popular and well sought after at the January yearling sales.

Charm Spirit was a very good racehorse, exceptional in fact, he only campaigned with the best, winning six races from 1400 to 1600 metres, with 1.166,105 English pounds in stakes earnings.

His six wins included the Ascot Queen Elizabeth 11 Stakes Group1, Pri du Moulin Longchamp Grou1, Chantilly Prix Jean Prat Group 1, and Prix Paul de Moussac, Group 3

Charm Spirit is by Invincible Spirit, whose grey son, Zebedee, is wooing Europe, siring an average of 30 winners per season.

While another son, I Am Invincible is bordering on $14,000,000 in progeny earnings this current season.

He stands at Yarraman Park, at Scone. He is currently second on the Australian Sires List.

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