First Northern Hemisphere Winner for Hallowed Crown

Tara Madgwick - Thursday May 30
Darley's dual Group I winner Hallowed Crown shuttled to the UK for two seasons and posted his first Northern Hemisphere winner overnight with a tenacious win at Beverley for two year-old filly Allhallowtide.

Hallowed CrownTrained by Kevin Coleman, Allhallowtide had the benefit of race experience and was strong to the line to win the five furlong maiden by a neck at her third start.
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Allhallowtide is the fourth winner from Lisfannon, a half-sister by Bahamian Bounty to stakes-winners Stunned and Dazed and Amazed.

Hallowed Crown has three winners from his first Southern Hemisphere crop and is standing at Darley in the Hunter Valley this spring at a fee of $11,000.

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