Trinity House Tracking Nicely
Bruce Maya's Mayford Park owned, Trinity House, is tracking nicely during her first pregnancy. The two time winning Fastnet Rock mare visited Blue Gum Farm's Canford Cliffs last spring and the team are expecting a big foal.
Trinity House won twice at Cranbourne but unfortunately we never saw the best of her as she was retired due to injury after her last start win.
She was purchased by members of the Coolmore team for in excess of $200,000 as a yearling and sent to David Hayes to train. She then suffered tendon injuries and was put through the Inglis March Thoroughbred Sale and slipped through in the Supplementary Catalogue and sold for the baragin price of $2,000.
She was given time at Maya's farm, in Larbortouche Victoria, where she received shock treatment and the like on her troubled legs and also time to recouperate and recover. When she was ready she was then sent to Shea Eden to be trained in Corinella. Eden was the obvious choice for the mare due to his close proximity and use of beach work for a lot of his horses.
Trinity House quickly showed she had ability and from her seven career starts she won twice, finished second once and ran third twice.
Retired in the spring she had a lot of time at Mayford Park to wind down before being served for the first time. She is a magnificent looking horse with a real presence about her and she has continued this on in preparation for her first spring as a mother.
A decision has not yet been made on what stallion Trinity House will visit next season but Mayford Park and Todd Blum Bloodstock have already started looking at options but the final decision will likely come after the foal is born.