Spinning Memories Wins G3 Prix du Palais-Royal

Tara Madgwick - Thursday May 28

Entered for the Magic Millions Online Sale next week (commences Tuesday and ends on Thursday (June 4), top class French sprinting mare Spinning Memories added another win to her resume overnight at Clairefontaine in France capturing the Group III Prix du Palais-Royal (7f).

She raced clear to win by a length claiming her sixth victory.

 

 

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