Circular Quay keeps rolling, gets second winner in two days
Monday, October 29, 2012 Share on Facebook RSS Feeds
Florida's leading freshman sire Circular Quay keeps churning out winners from his first crop, getting his second winner in as many days when the filly Lavalette Gold won her debut in a maiden special weight contest Oct. 27 at Calder (VIDEO).

Bred in Florida by Norman G. Huston III, the chestnut filly is the third winner in as many foals out of the multiple winner Bouvet, who is a half-sister to Island Whirl H. winner Grand Bank. Lavalette Gold races in the colors of James Covello and is trained by Jose Garoffalo.

With his 9 winners, Circular Quay sits atop the Freshman Sire list in Florida with progeny earnings of $353,529, and has climbed into the top 15 on the North American Freshman Sire list.

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