Spinning World is a permanent resident at Coolmore Australia these days and featured on Saturday when his talented daughter Miss Tipsy Topsy (3f Spinning World x Renadah, by Danewin) took out the Listed WATC Belmont Classic.
Trained at Ascot by Stan Bates, Miss Tipsy Topsy rose to prominence last start when winning the Listed WATC Belmont Oaks and carried that good form into this tougher assignment.
She prevailed to win the 2200 metre staying test against the colts by a long neck, her overall record now three wins and seven placings from 14 starts with prizemoney just shy of $160,000.
Not offered at auction, 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.
Spinning World has been a very good sire for many years and despite his well documented fertility issues still makes appeal at a fee of just $6,600.