Wyndspelle on Parade

Media Release - Wednesday August 5

Group One winner Wyndspelle will be on parade at the Hawera racecourse on Saturday ahead of his debut season at stud.

The son of Iffraaj will be on show to the public between races two and three, with breeders encouraged to speak with Grangewilliam Stud Principal Marc Corcoran on the day about the discounted fee on offer and the limited number of lifetime breeding rights available.

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Wyndspelle

A winner of the Gr.1 Captain Cook Stakes (1600m), Wyndspelle competed in top-flight races across five seasons, performing with distinction in both Australia and New Zealand.

Breeders will also get a chance to view Wyndspelle in the Waikato as part of the gavelhouse.com stallion parades when he is presented at Seaton Park on August 22.

Wyndspelle will stand at Grangewilliam Stud in 2020 in partnership with Jen Campin Bloodstock for $7,500 +GST.

 

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