Writing on the Wall

Sponsored Content - by Tara Madgwick - Monday May 25

Gambling on a third season sire is often seen as a smart play by astute investors and particularly so when the writing is on the wall.

Newgate Farm’s Russian Revolution is a stallion that has captivated the imagination of a lot of breeders, not just because of his brilliant Group I speed and refined good looks, but also because of his proven stallion making female family.

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Tracing to celebrated matriarch Fanfreluche, Russian Revolution is cut from the same cloth as champion Australian sires Encosta de Lago and Flying Spur, who have both had a profound influence on our racing and breeding industry.

Priced at $55,000 in his first two seasons, Russian Revolution covered the cream of the crop, some 449 of the best mares in the country and his first crop of foals, now weanlings, are the subject of high praise from some of the toughest judges in the business.

 



With a fee reduction to $44,000 this year owing to the pandemic and resulting financial downturn, Russian Revolution offers breeders the chance to utilize a young stallion that promises to be one of the sale ring superstars in 2021.

His first crop are not only stunning individuals, but they have the pedigree to back them up as you can see in the information below.

They will no doubt ultimately find their way into the best racing stables and by the time breeders who go to Russian Revolution this year are ready to take their stock to the marketplace, ‘Russian’ may be well on his way to fulfilling the prophecy of his bloodlines.

Stakes-Winning Mares covered by Russian Revolution in his first book
 

Mare Name

Level Won

Absolut Glam

(G1 Winner)

Gold Edition

(G1 Winner)

Insouciant (NZ)

(G1 Winner)

My Conquestadory (USA)

(G1 Winner)

Regimental Gal

(G1 Winner)

Ruud Awakening

(G1 Winner)

Star Satire (NZ)

(G1 Winner)

Xanadu (NZ)

(G1 Winner)

Alpha Miss

(G2 Winner)

Arinosa

(G2 Winner)

Atlantis Dream (NZ)

(G2 Winner)

Buckleupbuttercup (USA)

(G2 Winner)

De Lago Mist

(G2 Winner)

Fontiton

(G2 Winner)

French Fern

(G2 Winner)

Funtantes

(G2 Winner)

Heatherly

(G2 Winner)

Kelly O'Reilly (NZ)

(G2 Winner)

Lasarla (NZ)

(G2 Winner)

Madame Cactus (USA)

(G2 Winner)

Adorabeel (NZ)

(G3 Winner)

Augusta Proud

(G3 Winner)

Awesome Planet

(G3 Winner)

Bliss Street

(G3 Winner)

Impressive Jeuney

(G3 Winner)

Kisses (NZ)

(G3 Winner)

Lady Melksham

(G3 Winner)

Mica's Pride

(G3 Winner)

Miss Appleton (NZ)

(G3 Winner)

My Option (USA)

(G3 Winner)

Mywayorthehighway (NZ)

(G3 Winner)

Native Bombshell (USA)

(G3 Winner)

No More Tears (NZ)

(G3 Winner)

Pane in the Glass

(G3 Winner)

Serious Satire

(G3 Winner)

Yattarna

(G3 Winner)

Aquila Solitaria (IRE)

(Listed Winner)

Astara (NZ)

(Listed Winner)

Belmont Cat (NZ)

(Listed Winner)

Cadet Roni (USA)

(Listed Winner)

Capar Girl (USA)

(Listed Winner)

Champagne Cath

(Listed Winner)

Cool Trade

(Listed Winner)

Divine Centuri

(Listed Winner)

Emmalene

(Listed Winner)

Espurante

(Listed Winner)

Fascination Street (NZ)

(Listed Winner)

Fuld's Bet

(Listed Winner)

Gai's Choice

(Listed Winner)

Iggimacool

(Listed Winner)

It's Been A Battle

(Listed Winner)

Lady Sniper

(Listed Winner)

Mohegan Sky (USA)

(Listed Winner)

Quaintly (USA)

(Listed Winner)

Secret Trail

(Listed Winner)

Shakeira (USA)

(Listed Winner)

Sheer Pleasure (USA)

(Listed Winner)

Siwa Lady

(Listed Winner)

Stormy Publisher (ARG)

(Listed Winner)

Tears I Cry (USA)

(Listed Winner)

The Huntress

(Listed Winner)

Umaquest

(Listed Winner)

Urban Groove

(Listed Winner)

Warpath

(Listed Winner)

Wild Mia (USA)

(Listed Winner)

Za Moulin Rouge

(Listed Winner)

Loved Up

(R. Listed Winner)



Dams of Stakes-Winners covered by Russian Revolution in his first book
 

Dams Of:

Level Won

Awesome Rock

(G1 Winner)

Comin' Through

(G1 Winner)

Criterion

(G1 Winner)

Happy Trails

(G1 Winner)

I Am Excited

(G1 Winner)

Prompt Response

(G1 Winner)

Sizzling

(G1 Winner)

Always Allison

(G2 Winner)

Dubious

(G2 Winner)

Into the Mist

(G2 Winner)

Mahuta

(G2 Winner)

Positive Peace

(G2 Winner)

Running Tall

(G2 Winner)

Satin Shoes

(G2 Winner)

Shrouded in Mist

(G2 Winner)

Summer Sham

(G2 Winner)

Varenna Miss

(G2 Winner)

Xilong

(G2 Winner)

Zarzuela (NZ)

(G2 Winner)

Arbeitsam

(G3 winner)

Danish Twist

(G3 winner)

Defcon

(G3 winner)

Divine Quality

(G3 winner)

Faraway Town

(G3 winner)

Flippant

(G3 winner)

Get The Nod

(G3 winner)

I'm All The Talk

(G3 winner)

Jazz Song

(G3 winner)

Lilliburlero

(G3 winner)

Miss Promiscuity

(G3 winner)

No More Tears

(G3 winner)

Payroll

(G3 winner)

Prompt Return

(G3 winner)

Thyme for Roses

(G3 Winner)

Yattarna

(G3 winner)

All Too Huiying

(Listed Winner)

Anlon

(Listed Winner)

Ayers Rock

(Listed Winner)

Femina Fashion

(Listed Winner)

Havasay

(Listed Winner)

Heart of a Lion

(Listed Winner)

Highland Beat

(Listed Winner)

I Like It Easy

(Listed Winner)

Instinction

(Listed Winner)

Jennifer Lynn

(Listed Winner)

Let Me Sleep On It

(Listed Winner)

Mohave

(Listed Winner)

Silently

(Listed Winner)

Straturbo

(Listed Winner)

Talladega

(Listed Winner)

Tashbeeh

(Listed Winner)

Enchanted Dream

(R. Listed Winner)



 

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