Challenge rebuilding phase ready to pay dividends

The Syndication arm of my business Challenge Racehorse Syndications is in its’ fifth year of operation.  After the first two syndicates provided a flying start with four individual Black Type winners, a few slow ones and a few bad luck stories dictated a need for rebuilding.

That phase is now complete & right now Challenge has a trio of three-year-old fillies who all show enough to suggest that the bottle green & white colours can be prominent again this summer.

Chouxs Wisely delivered in fine style at her second start today and there are two more of a similar ilk waiting in the wings ready to step out.

Chouxs Wisely (Jimmy Choux ex Purpose, by Falkirk) is owned & raced by the Challenge No.8 Syndicate.  I purchased her cheaply ($17,000) as a yearling.  Interestingly her close relative Cismontane won Saturday’s Lexus Stakes-Gr.3 at Flemington and contested yesterday’s Melbourne Cup.  Cismontane is a half-brother to Chouxs Wisely’s dam Purpose.

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