Havana Gold colt wins again in Japan
Havana Gold's son Golden Syrup won his second race in Japan on Saturday.
Not only is Havana Gold currently joint-leading sire of two-year-olds in Europe (on 11 individual winners with first-season sire Ardad and second-season sire Mehmas) but he's also the sire of dual winner in Japan, Golden Syrup.
Three-year-old Golden Syrup was born and raised at Tweenhills. He's out of Mr Greeley mare Muscovado, who is also the dam of Stakes performer Maybelater. Golden Syrup was sold by Tweenhills as a foal for 52,000gns to Paca Paca Farm.
He had won over nine furlongs at Tokyo in February and got back to winning ways in another big field over a mile there over the weekend. He carries the Godolphin blue and is trained by Tetsuya Kimura. He has been ridden on all five starts by Hiroshi Kitamura.
Golden Syrup remains the only runner by Havana Gold in Japan.