Veteran shuttle sire Spinning World is a permanent resident at Coolmore Australia and featured at the weekend when his progressive daughter Miss Tipsy Topsy (3f Spinning World x Renadah, by Danewin) took out the Listed WATC Belmont Oaks.
Trained at Ascot by Stan Bates, Miss Tipsy Topsy relished the step up to 2000 metres and forged clear to win by nearly two lengths, ending a frustrating run of minor placings.
“That was a dominant win. She had a perfect run and it caps off a good day,” said Stan Bates.
“We will head to the Belmont Classic and on that she will be highly competitive.”
Not offered at auction, Miss Tipsy Topsy has won two races and placed seven times from 13 starts earning close to $90,000 in prizemoney.
The 42nd stakes-winner for Spinning World, Miss Tipsy Topsy is the first stake-winner for ill-fated Danewin mare Renadah, who died in 2009, with her last foal a yearling full sister Miss Tipsy Topsy.