Syndicate: YOUTH

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Horses:

MISS MINDING
MISS PARIS

Trainers:

ED DUNLOP
CHARLIE HILLS

Miss Minding:

Miss Paris:

Details

Syndicate:YOUTH

Horses:Miss Minding/Miss Paris

Trainer:Ed Dunlop/Charlie Hills


MISS MINDING

The filly is by KODIAC who is famed for his excellent strike rate with early two-year-olds. He is the sire of 28 Group/Listed winners including champion two-year-old filly TIGGY WIGGY. Kodiac will stand next season for 50,000 Euros and his average yearling price was £71,000.

The filly is out of the well bred Lady Hawkfield who is a half sister to multiple Group 1 winner LILLIE LANGTRY who is the dam of this year's champion three-year-old filly MINDING. Lady Hawkfield is the dam of two winners from just three runners notably Group 3 winner MASTER APPRENTICE.

Breeder Peter Stanley says, 'she is by the most exciting sire of 2yo's from the family of MINDING there aren't many better bred and more exciting fillies going into training. She is currently taking the breaking process very well' Simon Marsh adds, 'she is an extremely nice filly who has an exceptional pedigree and looks like she will be an early two-year-old.'

We expect this filly to be an early two-year old, who will hopefully make her first racecourse appearance in the Spring.


MISS PARIS

MISS PARIS is by the proven and versatile stallion CHAMPS ELYSEES. The stallion was leading third crop sire in Europe in 2015 by percentage of winners to runners. He is also the sire of Group 1 Ascot Gold Cup Winner TRIP TO PARIS and Irish Oaks runner up and Group 3 winner JACK NAYLOR.

MISS PARIS' dam has already produced a Group winner from just two runners in BANZARI. The filly by Motivator has won four races including a Group 3 in France and was placed in the Group 1 E.P Taylor Stakes this year.

Breeder Peter Stanley says, 'She is an easy moving, strong and racy filly who we have always loved. There was no way we were going to sell her once her sister won her Group race so easily. We are very excited by this filly.' Richard Morecombe of Chelsea Thoroughbreds says, 'This looks like a fantastic long term prospect.'

We expect MISS PARIS to make her racecourse appearance towards the end of the summer and go on to be a three-year-old.