Munchkin Money, purchased and syndicated off a 2nd place finish in the Mt. Vernon Stakes at Belmont, paid immediate dividends for syndicate partners Sweet Home Stables, Parkinson, Martin, Bouchey, Weintraub, Carroll, Furey and McGeorge, when coming home a ready winner of an open allowance race back at Belmont for trainer Christophe Clement on June 23rd.
The six year old New York-bred Freud mare is on her way back to state bred stakes company, but may take in another race in open company before she takes up an engagement the day before the Travers in Saratoga.
In the past year and a half, Munchkin Money is one of three fillies and mares that have been syndicated by BSW Bloodstock, which opens up partnerships to smaller owners, lowering the barriers of entry into racehorse ownership. In addition to Munchkin Money’s recent win, the other two fillies have already won stakes races for the partnerships.
Secret Message, purchased out of Turfway Park in the spring of 2018, has been a revelation since her syndication for owners Madaket Stables, ERJ Racing, Elayne Stables, Bouchey, Carroll and Rebhan. A G3 winner last year, she narrowly missed in a G2 at Belmont Park, before becoming a G2 winner at four this year. Now in the best form of her career, she will be pointed towards G1 races all over the country in search of some elusive G1 blacktype. Her first stop is the G1 Diana at Saratoga.
Another Broad, privately acquired at the end of 2018, took $200,000 Top Flight Invitational at Aqueduct in April for owners Madaket Stables, Elayne Stables, Martin, Rebhan, Parkinson, Carroll and Furey, in just her second start for the syndication. She will likely be pointed towards the G2 Delaware Handicap on July 13.