Stellar Season for Group 1 Winning Syndicator

With the 2013/14 Australian racing season at a close Triple Crown Syndications are thrilled with the extraordinary achievements of their well respected stable and now look forward with great anticipation as they embark on the new season boasting an exciting crop of two-year-olds.

Without a doubt the star of Triple Crown’s 2013/14 season was two-year-old Myboycharlie filly, Peggy Jean (Myboycharlie ex Lady of Love), who secured Group 1 victory in the $1m Inglis Sires’ Produce, the very first race of the inaugural Championships. Peggy Jean similarly claimed the boutique syndicator’s third Inglis Classic Race victory, joining the ranks of Miss Independent (Choisir ex Bomba) and Cavalry Rose (Charge Forward ex Alberton Rose).


Group 1 Inglis Sires’ Produce winner Peggy Jean and Kerrin McEvoy

2013 Golden Slipper runner Charlie Boy (Myboycharlie ex Maritime) dominated down the straight at Flemington to take out the Group 2 Danehill Stakes, and will once again be contending the distinguished straight six during the upcoming Spring Carnival.

Triple Crown’s ever successful partnership with trainer Gerald Ryancontinued as Mossman colt Dothraki (Mossman ex Volantis) provided him with a win in his home town, stealing the Group 3 Gold Coast Guineas, andHot Snitzel (Snitzel ex Flames of Paris) proved the ultimate seasoned professional taking home the Group 3 Hall Mark Stakes at Randwick.

Success continued off the track for Triple Crown with two of the team’s sweethearts knocked down to prominent breeders at the Magic Millions National Broodmare Sale. Group 2 Kewney Stakes winner Flying Snitzel (Snitzel ex Hula Flight (NZ)) was purchased by Widden Stud to visit Zoustar for $410,000 and Cavalry Rose (in foal to Pierro) fetched $650,000. These phenomenal results represented a 1540% and 665% return on investment respectively, in addition to in excess of $775,000 career prizemoney earned between them throughout their successful track careers.


Cavalry Rose pictured at Yarraman Park Stud in foal to Pierro

In all, Triple Crown produced 18 individual winners for a total of $2,057,232 in prizemoney in 2013/14, including two listed winners, two Group 3winners, a Group 2 and a Group 1 winner.

Congratulations to all owners on a tremendous season and thank you all so very much for your continued support and friendship. We are looking forward to an even bigger and better season in 2014/15!