Wimborne Gives Canford Cliffs Another Winner
The Robbie Laing trained Wimborne (pictured) broke through for his first victory at Geelong on Sunday with victory in the Quinlans Cranes Maiden Plate over 1535m.
Mayford Park were delighted to see the talented horse add another winner for Blue Gum Farm's shuttle stallion, Canford Cliffs.
Bruce Maya has sent his Fastnet Rock mare, Trinity House, to the son of Tagula for her first two seasons at stud. Both matings have resulted in filly foals.
"We thought she matched up really well with Canford Cliffs and it was great to see that he started like a house on fire in the Northern Hemisphere but we were really looking forward to seeing his three-year-olds hit the ground running," said Maya.
"She is a big Fastnet mare so we had to look after her during her career which was unfortunately cut short before we could see her full potential but she won two races with Shea Eden and we just want to look after her with her stud career as well so she has had this season off.
"Her first foal continues to grow and fill out nicely and we are looking forward to seeing her get to the races."
Trinity House is out the Rainbow Quest mare, Rainshine. She is from a very International family that features Group 1 winner, Pharoah's Delight.