New Stakes-Winner for Charm Spirit

Media Release - Monday June 29

The great run of success for Windsor Park shuttler Charm Spirit (Invincible Spirit) continued overnight when he scored a treble of winners, including a new 2YO stakes winner at Newmarket in England.

2YO filly Time Scale looked a very smart prospect when winning her maiden by 6 lengths mid-June and took the step up to black-type company in her stride, scoring by nearly 4 lengths in the Listed Empress Fillies’ Stakes over 1200m.

The highest earning son of Invincible Spirit (128 SW), triple Gr.1 winning miler Charm Spirit also sired Dream Memory to win at Saint-Cloud’s Gr.1 meeting in Paris over 1600m, while in England Mayfair Spirit won the 6th race of his career over 2300m at Windsor.
Charm Spirit
Among the leading third-crop sires in Europe, Charm Spirit has now sired eight stakes winners in his young career and is also Australasia’s leading NZ based First & Second crop sire in all categories  having produced Fascino, Aretha, Scorpz and Lilikoi to win Group races this season.

Charm Spirit shuttles to Windsor Park Stud, Cambridge for the 2020 breeding season where his fee was recently announced at $15,000 + GST.
Charm Spirit in upcoming sales:
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