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Miss Three Stars - Triumpant in Gp.3 Winter Cup

Photo J Hawkins/Fairfax
Photo J Hawkins/Fairfax

Although beginning from barrier stall 13 in a sixteen horse field MISS THREE STARS was able to work over to be three back on the inside running early in the race for Samantha Wynne. This tactic saved valuable ground rounding the home turn, and was very instrumental in her win.

Although challenged strongly by Platinum Command in the closing stages MISS THREE STARS lifted short of the line for a short head victory.

Dublin born 27 year old woman jockey Samantha Wynne has been riding in New Zealand for four years with 173 wins to July 2016. Wynne has won 8 races on MISS THREE STARS. Her Winter Cup ride should be compulsory viewing at future Apprentice Jockey Schools.

PEDIGREE: MISS THREE STARS (NZ) 9 wins, by Perfectly Ready (AUS) - Missy (NZ) 7 wins, by Stark South (USA) - Queen Of Gold (NZ) 3 wins, by State of Kings (USA) - Bonny Alouise (NZ) 16 wins, by Kurdistan (GB) - Short Sentence (NZ) 1 win, by War Game (GB) - Censure (NZ ) 2 wins, by Probation (GB) - Chandley (NZ) 4 wins, by Vaals (AUS) - Ornamental (AUS) 4 wins, by Ornamentation (GB) - Vocal Princess (AUS), by Comedy King (GB) - Yippingale (GB) unraced, by William The Third (GB) - CHELANDRY (GB) 5 wins.

MISS THREE STARS, 9 wins, CJC Winter Cup, Group 3, 2015/2016 Riverton Cup, Listed, 3rd. CJC Canterbury Gold Cup, Group 3. Trainer A.T. (Tommy) Beckett) did an outstanding job in preparing MISS THREE STARS for her Riccarton success, bearing in mind the lack of racing opportunities for open class horses in the South Island.

1st. dam MISSY, 7 wins, CJC South Island Thoroughbred Breeders' Stakes, Listed, 2nd. CJC Winter Classic Stakes, Listed.

2nd. dam QUEEN OF GOLD, 3 wins, dam of UNCLE (Palatable), 7 wins, Invercargill Gold Cup, Listed, Wanganui Cup, Listed, ESPRIT D'OR 6 wins, CJC Gold Cup Metropolitan Trophy, Listed, 2nd. 2014 CJC New Zealand Cup, Group 3, Spring Classic, Listed, 4th. WRC Trentham Stakes, Group 3, KING D'OR (Palatable), 12 wins, Waikouaiti Cup, Listed, Wyndham Cup, Ashburton Cup, 3rd. CJC New Zealand Cup,

Group 2, Spring Classic, Group 3, Gold Cup, Group 3 (twice), Canterbury Gold Cup, Group 3, Winter Classic, Group 3, 4th. CJC Winter Classic, Listed.

3rd. dam BONNY ALOUISE, 16 wins, SRC Hobart - Inter-City Handicap, Aluminium Handicap, Grandstand Handicap, Gore RC Charlton Handicap, (twice), Croydon Handicap, Phonenix Aviation Handicap, Jim Bean Handicap. Dam of MOUNT JOY (Noble Bijou), 5 wins, RRC Bayer Citarin - L Handicap. MOUNT JOY was the dam of ED (Half Iced), 15 wins, WRC 1995/1997 Wellington Cup, Group 1, Invercargill Gold Cup, Group 3, 2nd. Waikouaiti Cup, Listed, 3rd. WRC Captain Cook Stakes, Group 1, Waikato RC Grosvenor Plate, Listed.

4th. dam SHORT SENTENCE, 1 win, Winton Jockey Club Barkly Novice Stakes.

The Southland Times, Monday 29th. January 1962: TIGHT FINISH - Short Sentence was always one of the leaders in the Barkly Novice Stakes and held off the favourite Yen by a neck in a tight finish between the pair. A few yards after passing the post SHORT SENTENCE faltered and her rider G.W. Mein dismounted at the end of a furlong. SHORT SENTENCE was found to have broken her off hind fetlock.

SHORT SENTECE was bred by Mr.A. (Alex) Chisholm, Senior, proprietor of the Glentruin Stud, Otautau, Southland, and was raced by . J.K. (Kevin) Holloway and K.J. (Kevin) Windle, both of Invercargill, and trained by H.M. (Blondie) Shannon, at Riverton. Thankfully SHORT SENTENCE was saved for stud duties, all of her six progency to race were all winners. GAY MASTER (Kurdistan) 13 wins, won 6 races in New Zealand for owner Mr.D. (Dal) Fea of Winton, and Wingatui trainer A.E. (Arthur) Didham, the last five wins on end. Arthur Didham campaigned GAY MASTER in Australia, and on returning home the horse entered the Melbourne stable of T. (Tommy) Hughes at which time Dal Fea sold a half share to a client of the Hughes stable. GAY MASTER won a further 7 races in Australia including the 1975 AJC Sydney Cup, Queensland RC Metropolitan Handicap, 2,400m. in race record time, J.H.S. Barnes Stakes, and Mornington Cup

BONNY ALOUISE, see above, JACK DUGAN (Hastings Road) 15 wins, 1979 NZ Grand National Hurdles, Spreydon Hurdles, Otago RC Grandstand Handicap, Wyndham RC Fireside Cup. 2nd. Invercargill Gold Cup. JACK DUGAN was owned by Mr.A.J. (Bert) Crooks, trained by K.W.R. (Kelly) Thompson, Invercargill, and ridden by A. McG (Agnus) Mavor in his Grand National Hurdles win. NO DEFENCE (Talismano) 8 wins, SRC City Handicap, Hororata RC Gordons Gin Handicap, PARDNED (Kurdistan) 1 win, DETENTION (Bellbridge) 1 win.

5th. dam CENSURE, 2 wins, SRC Summer Cup Hack Handicap. Dam of DRUM CALL (Bellborough) 6 wins, DJC Otago Steeplechase, Wingatui Handicap, Riverton RC Riverton Steeplechase.

6th. dam CHANDLEY, 4 wins, dam of LEKAS (Probation) 7 wins, Avondale JC Coronation Handicap, John Wells Handicap, Waikato RC President's Handicap, 2nd. CJC New Zealand Cup, 3rd. ARC Great Northern St. Leger Stakes.

MISS THREE STARS belongs to the Bruce Lowe number (1-n) family, which traces back to CHELANDRY (GB) 1894, 5 wins, which included the 1897 English One Thousand Guineas. The family has had a huge influence on thoroughbred breeding world-wide. - Michael Sheridan
















 

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