As High Chaparral goes from strength to strength, his booking sheet has been boosted by the inclusion of champion mare Circles Of Gold this year.
Coolmore welcomes High Chaparral back to its home base in the Hunter Valley this year. His Kiwi bred progeny passed every test with high-flyers Shoot Out, So You Think and Monaco Consul
Frank Tagg and the Arch of Gold Syndicate have given High Chaparral their vote of approval with Circles Of Gold. The 18 year-old Marscay mare has three stud at stud – Elvstroem (Blue Gum), Haradasun (Coolmore) and Coubertin (Greta West).
High Chaparral finished second to Fastnet Rock in the Australian second-season sires’ premiership last season, with 16 winners of $5.20 million.