Triple Crown Win Inglis Guineas

Media Release - Saturday May 12

Talented filly Moss Trip may have earned herself an immediate Group 1 call up following another devastating victory in today's $400,000 Inglis 3YO Guineas at Scone.

Moss Trip wins the Inglis GuinesTrainer Peter Snowden will consider testing the five-time winner in the Tatt's Tiara at Doomben on June 23 against the best fillies and mares in the land after she annihilated her opposition at what was just her tenth career start.

"She relaxed so well and that devastating turn of foot that is beginning to be a trademark of hers, it's just electric,'' Snowden said.

"She's a very talented filly this girl.''

Moss Trip (image Steve Hart) sent her ownership group Triple Crown Syndication into raptures with the result.

Triple Crown paid just $32,000 for Moss Trip at the Classic Yearling Sale, where she was offered by Balance Thoroughbreds.

She beat Assimilate (Sebring) and Frolic (Husson) today.

The next chance to buy a racehorse is tomorrow with the 2018 HTBA Scone Yearling Sale, which will be held over the next two days, May 13 and 14, at White Park.

It is complemented by an additional Weanling and Thoroughbred Sale.

To view the Scone Yearling Sale catalogue,CLICK HERE.

To view the Scone Weanling and Thoroughbred Sale catalogue,CLICK HERE.



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