A Constrained Horn Clause (CHC) is a logical implication involving unknown predicates. Systems of CHCs are widely used to verify programs with arbitrary loop structures: interpretations of unknown predicates, which make every CHC in the system true, represent the program's inductive invariants. In order to find such solutions, we propose an algorithm based on Syntax-Guided Synthesis. For each unknown predicate, it generates a formal grammar from all relevant parts of the CHC system (i.e., using syntax). Grammars are further enriched by predicates and constants guessed from models of various unrollings of the CHC system (i.e., using data). We propose an iterative approach to guess and check candidates for multiple unknown predicates. At each iteration, only a candidate for one unknown predicate is sampled from its grammar, but then it gets propagated to candidates of the remaining unknowns through implications in the CHC system. Finally, an SMT solver is used to decide if the system of candidates contributes towards a solution or not. We present an evaluation of the algorithm on a range of benchmarks originating from program verification tasks and show that it is competitive with state-of-the-art in CHC solving.