Connections are hoping to run the five-year-old in one of Europe’s most prestigious races for fillies and mares, the G1 Prix Rothschild at Deauville.

There are high hopes for the unbeaten Jin Jin, a daughter of Ridgemont Highlands’ five time G1 winning stallion Canford Cliffs.

A fluent, two and a half length winner of the G2 Grosser Aengevelt Immobilien-Preis- Badener Meile at Dusseldorf on Sunday, Jin Jin’s connections are hoping to run the five-year-old in one of Europe’s most prestigious races for fillies and mares, the G1 Prix Rothschild at Deauville.

The Prix Rothschild, first run in 1929 and originally known as the Prix d’Astarte, has been won by some outstanding fillies and mares over the years, with past winners including Goldikova (who won it four times), Luth Enchantee, Elusive Kate, Hatoof, Divine Proportions, Laurens and subsequent top broodmare Elle Seule.

Canford Cliffs (Tagula – Mrs Marsh by Marju)

Now unbeaten in seven outings, Jin Jin’s four black type wins include a score in last year’s G3 Prix Perth.

Jin Jin is one of a number of top-class fillies sired by Canford Cliffs, Europe’s Champion Older Miler of 2011.

Notable fillies sired by Canford Cliffs include the group/graded stakes winners Al Jazi, Fish River, La Falaise, Most Beautiful, Princess Asta and Princess Posh.

Canford Cliffs has three fillies on the upcoming Cape Thoroughbred Sales Farm Yearling Sale, including a filly (Lot 10) out of a half-sister to graded stakes winners Eight Street and Ottimo, a filly (Lot 23) out of a stakes winning daughter of National Assembly, and a filly (Lot 116) from the family of champion filly Taghrooda.

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Champion To Champion

Ridgemont Highlands’ top-class sprinter Run Fox Run was covered recently by one of the world’s elite stallions. The daughter of Foxwedge paid a visit to Juddmonte Farms’ unbeaten superstar, and outstanding stallion, Frankel, for a mating to Southern Hemisphere time on Wednesday.

Going Up Wows On Debut

Ridgemont Highlands look to have an exciting prospect in the form of Going Up. The latter, a homebred daughter of Gimmethegreenlight, made a big impression when making an eye catching, winning debut at Kenilworth on Saturday afternoon.

Canford Cliffs Colts For Grade One Winners

Ridgemont Highlands are delighted to announce that the top-class racemares Front And Centre and Takingthepeace have both, on Thursday night, foaled colts by the farm’s resident stallion, and five time G1 winner, Canford Cliffs.

Ridgemont Highlands Stallions Dominate August 2YO Sale

Current and former Ridgemont Highlands stallions dominated proceedings at the recently concluded August Two Year Old Sale. Not only did former resident sire Dynasty provide the top lot sold at the two day auction, but Ridgemont Highlands’ current star stallion Rafeef proved all the rage, with Rafeef sired two-year-olds setting the sales ring alight.

A Sad Day To Say Goodbye

South Africa lost one of its fastest thoroughbred sons following the passing of the brilliant Tommy Hotspur. The gelding, who was 30 years old at the time of his death, was euthanised on Sunday.

Ridgemont Highlands Purchase Classy Stakes Winners

The Ridgemont Highlands’ broodmare band looks set to grow considerably in 2021, and the farm recently purchased two exciting new additions to their already formidable broodmare band, the top-class sprinter La Bella Mia and the durable Onesie.

Top Class Prospects Retire To Ridgemont Highlands

Ridgemont Highlands will be welcoming some very well-bred and highly talented racemares to their broodmare band in 2021, with no fewer than 13 fillies or mares are set to join the broodmare band this season.

Australian Success For Canford Cliffs

Ridgemont Highlands’ five-time G1 winning sire Canford Cliffs is no stranger to enjoying success in Australia, having supplied the Australian group winners Cliff’s Edge, La Falaise and Money Matters, and the son of Tagula looks to have come up with yet another potentially smart Australian runner in the form of Colsridge.

Top South African Jockey Australia Bound

South Africa looks set to lose another top-class jockey soon, with Callan Murray having recently announced plans to emigrate to Australia. With nine G1 victories to his credit and having been awarded Champion Apprentice for the 2015/16 South African racing season, Murray’s move overseas has come at the right time of his career.

Exciting Times Ahead For Canford Cliffs

Stakes-placed Canford Cliffs filly Mystical View topped the Magic Millions Perth Winter Racehorse Sale after selling to Gold Front Thoroughbred Breeding and Racing for $160,000.