Trinity House Has a Filly
Bruce Maya's Mayford park, was pleased to hear that Fastnet Rock mare, Trinity House, foaled for the first time and has had a Canford Cliffs filly.
The two time winner raced in the Mayford Park colours winning twice before succumbing to a pre-existing injury.
Trinity House was purchased by Mayford Park out of the 2012 Inglis March Thoroughbred Sale for the bargain price of $2,000 out of the Lindsay park draft.
She was originally a $235,000 yearling purchase out of the Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale and placed in the care of David Hayes.
Injuries plagued her at the start of her career and the ownership group decided that they were going to move her on rather than keep persisting.
She has seven starts for two wins, a second and two thirds. The consistent mare was trained by Shea Eden who is based at Cranbourne and Corinella, where the beach work was beneficial for Trinity House.
Canford Cliffs was the stallion selected for Trinity House last season and she is due to be mated back to the Blue Gum Farm resident again this season.