Galore Creek wins Sho Spring Stakes

Seventh stakes winner for Kinshasa No Kiseki.

Kinshasa No Kiseki.
Kinshasa No Kiseki. Picture: JBIS

Kinshasa No Kiseki (Fuji Kiseki) was represented by his seventh stakes winner on Sunday when the Hiroyuki Uehara-trained Galore Creek (3 c ex Gold Relic by Kingmambo) won the Sho Spring Stakes (Gr 2, 1800m) at Nakayama. The colt scored by a length and a quarter over Weltreisende (Dream Journey) with another half-length back to Succession (King Kamehameha) in third. 

Galore Creek has now won two of his four career starts with his first win coming over 2000 metres as a juvenile. He is one of six winners out of Kingmambo (Mr Prospector) mare Gold Relic and is his dams only stakes winner. 

His second dam is Gold Bust (Nashwan), a winner over 2000 metres in France, the dam of four winners and the grandam of Group winners Cimera (Vocalised), Turret Rocks (Fastnet Rock) and Beyond Thankful (Whipper).

Galore Creek's third dam is Group 1 winner Riviere d'Or (Lyphard), the dam of three winners headed by dual Group 1 winner Gold Splash (Blushing Groom) as well as the dam of the multiple Group 1 winner Goldikova (Anabaa).  

Bred by Arrowfield out of the Pleasant Colony (His Majesty) mare Keltshaan, Kinshasa No Kiseki now stands at the Shadai Stallion Station. His stakes winners include the Group 2 winners Shuji and Monde Can Know as well as the Group 3 winners Cassius and Beluga.  


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