French Stakes-Winning Mare For Sale in MM Online

Media Release - Thursday May 28

Brilliant French mare Spinning Memories, who runs in a Group Three at Clairefontaine tonight (Australian time), is a highlight entry for next week's Magic Millions Online Sale which commences Tuesday and ends on Thursday (June 4).

Spinning Memories runs in France tonightA four time stakes winner from just 11 starts, Spinning Memories is being offered for online sale as an elite racing and breeding prospect by Pan Sutong Racing Bloodstock. 

A winner in Ireland at her debut run, Spinning Memories has since been based with Pascal Bary at Chantilly and has established herself as one of the best female gallopers at six and seven furlongs.

Last August the daughter of Arcano won the Group Two Prix de Meautry (1200m) at Deauville in devastating fashion clocking a sizzling 1 minute 8.89 seconds - the fastest running of the race in the last decade.

At her most recent start Spinning Memories resumed with a brilliant length and three quarter success in the listed Prix Maurice Zilber (1400m) at Longchamp on May 11.

Tonight at Clairefontaine she will contest the Group Three Prix du Palais-Royale (1400m) and usual jockey Christophe Soumillon will take the ride. The race jumps at 9.10pm (AEST).

The campaign mapped out by Pascal Bary would likely see Spinning Memories head to a Group Three over 1200 metres at Deauville on July 12, before the Group One Prix Maurice de Gheest (1300m) in August and Group One Prix de la Floret (1400m) in September.

Owner, Mr Pan Sutong, will also be offering 33 lots from his Australian based operation Goldin Farms at next week's Magic Millions Online Sale (2-4 June). 

The Goldin Farms draft comprises 13 weanlings including 11 by Akeed Mofeed, the group performed filly Lunar Light and 19 broodmares, among them eight black type performers.

The catalogue for the Magic Millions Online sale (2-4 June) will be online in the next 48 hours.
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