French Stakes-Winner for So You Think
Tara Madgwick - Thursday May 21

It’s been a great season for So You Think with nine Australian stakes-winners and the champion son of High Chaparral spread that success to the Northern Hemisphere overnight with a new stakes-winner at Deauville in Think of Me.

The lightly raced four year-old mare is trained by Francis Graffard scored a head win in the Listed Prix Gold River (1600m) at her first outing this year.

She has the overall record of three wins and two seconds from five starts with this win her first Black Type success following two placings in stakes races last year.

Bred in Germany, think of Me is the best of two winners from Tosia, a half-sister by Big Shuffle to the dam of Group III winners Tai chi and Taraja.

Think of Me is the 26th stakes-winner for So You Think, who stands at Coolmore this year at a fee of $38,500.

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