May 10, 2015Newhaven Raised and Sold Stakes-Winner

Newhaven Raised and Sold Stakes-Winner

May 10 – Triple Crown Syndications had a huge day at Doomben on Saturday capturing the Group I BTC Cup with Hot Snitzel and also the Group III Darley BRC Sprint with Charlie Boy, an $80,000 Magic Millions purchase from the draft of Newhaven Park.

A classy two year-old and brilliant winner of the Group II VRC Danehill Stakes at three, Charlie Boy was recently gelded and transferred to Peter and Paul Snowden after being previously with Gerald Ryan.

Having his second run for his new trainers, the son of Myboycharlie (IRE) rediscovered his best form to win the 1350 metre feature by half a length with Blake Shinn in the saddle.

“He got into a lovely position but he over-raced a little bit with the blinkers on,” Shinn said.

“Once he got comfortable, he travelled beautifully then got out and got in behind Hughie (Bowman on runner-up Rock Sturdy) and got into a lovely spot to pounce.

“He did a good job. He’s only second-up so he’s going to improve.”

Race replay –

Charlie Boy is raced by a big syndicate of owners and has now won three of 16 starts earning over $468,000 in prizemoney.

Bred by Wilkes Thoroughbreds and foaled and raised at Newhaven Park, Charlie Boy is the first foal of Maritime, an unraced half-sister by Falbrav (IRE) to Group II winner Quays from Group I AJC Flight stakes winner Pontal Lass.

Another recent interesting Newhaven Park bred winner is the Tony McEvoy trained High Chaparral (IRE) filly Monopole, who broke her maiden when saluting at Gawler last Thursday.

A $195,000 Inglis Easter purchase from the Newhaven Park draft, Monopole was third in the Listed Tasmanian Oaks earlier in the year and has obvious staying potential.

Bred by Newhaven Park, Monopole is the first winner for Group III AJC Adrian Knox Stakes winner Raise, a full sister to Group I AJC Australian Oaks winner Rena’s Lady.

Newhaven Park sold a Sepoy yearling colt from Raise at the 2015 Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale for $300,000 and she is due to foal to Sebring later this year.

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