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A homebred racing for John Ed Anthony’s Shortleaf Stable, Whelen Springs won the 1 1/16-mile Iselin Stakes-G3 at Monmouth Park by a half-length after a contintious stretch on Aug. 19. Winner of two stakes at Oaklawn Park last year, the 4-year-old colt had run second in the Monmouth Cup Stakes-G3 last time out. His victory in the Iselin marked his first Graded stakes win and also the first Graded stakes win for his trainer, Lindsay Schultz.
Foaled and raised at Stone Farm, Whelen Springs is by Street Sense out of Holy Nova, by Pure Prize. He has five wins and four placings and has earned $547,767 to date.
Here the a link to the race write up in BloodHorse.com