Wallis impresses in Spice Island Stakes by five lengths

New Stakes winner for King's Best

King's Best was the sire of his second Stakes winner of the day November 6 as Wallis impressed in the Spice Island Stakes at Aqueduct by a strong five lengths. The four-year-old filly was previously second in the Stormy West Stakes at Belmont in early October. She was a winner in England already this year.

During the one mile turf event Wallis settled slightly off the pace in third. She took off coming around the final turn and swept past the competition en route to the powerful victory.

Bred by Fittocks Stud, Wallis is out of the Sadler's Wells mare Frangy. She is a half-sister to Stakes winner Savarain and Group-placed Forte Dei Marmi. 

King's Best was the Leading Sire in Europe by worldwide earnings in 2010. His six G1 winners include Derby and Arc hero Workforce, and he is the sire of 43 Stakes winners to date.