12th Jul 2021
Four more winners in two days for the King of Speed, Invincible Spirit.
Voice of Wisdom made an impressive run for the second race of her career. After running in June, she came back stronger to win the Maiden Stakes at Bath Racecourse on the 7th of July. Trained by Simon & Ed Crisford the three year old filly stayed strong to beat a strong field of competitors.
On the same day but in a different country, the 5 year old Sanary won the Majestic Max Handicap over 1300m in Norway. Out of the Shamardal mare, Sagawara, this son of Invincible Spirit is the perfect cross between two incredible horses and should show more in the future.
On the 8th of July, two other sons of Invincible Spirit made an impressive effort in England. Natchez Trace, 4 years old half-brother to the stallion Time Test, won impressively over 7f. The distance suited him well winning his maiden handicap and he should show more into the future.
At Doncaster racecourse, it was Muntadab who won the handicap over 7 furlongs for his trainer Roger Fell. Half- brother to Nando Parado, the son Invincible Spirit ran impressively to win the 13th race of his career and second in his last three starts.
Congratulations to all the connections involved of this new winners for Invincible Spirit, the King of Speed!