First Win for Record Priced Pride of Dubai Filly

Tara Madgwick - Thursday July 22

The most expensive yearling filly by Pride of Dubai broke the ice for her first win at Kembla on Thursday with Queen of Dubai scoring a narrow victory in a thrilling finish.

Trained by Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott, Queen of Dubai failed to flatter in two unplaced starts earlier this year, but a recent trial win indicated she had more to offer this time around.

A full sister to stakes-placed Dubai Star, she finished with great determination for Tim Clark to win the 1000m maiden by half a head in a blanket finish.
 

 


A $500,

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000 Magic Millions purchase from the Segenhoe draft for her trainers, Queen of Dubai runs for a syndicate that includes her breeder Sheikh Mohammed Bin Khalifa Al Maktoum, in whose colours she runs.

Queen of Dubai is the second winner from Jezzabba, a winning half-sister by Fastnet Rock to Group II winner Von Costa de Hero from Group I winner Piavonic.

The yearling filly by Snitzel from Jezzabba was sold at Magic Millions this year to Snowden Racing for $280,000 and she has a filly to follow by Pride of Dubai and is back in foal to him again.

 

Pride of Dubai - click to find out more about this Premium stallion.
Queen of Dubai is the 48th Australian winner of the season for former brilliant dual Group I winning 2YO Pride of Dubai, who stands at Coolmore this spring for $22,000.


 

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Race Result - Ron Quinton Mdn Plate 1000m

Kembla Grange Track: Good(4) Time: 0:57.94
1
Queen Of Dubai
T: G Waterhouse & A Bott J: Tim Clark 55
2f Pride Of Dubai (AUS) x Jezzabba (AUS) (Fastnet Rock (AUS))
MM Gold Coast Yearling Sale $500,000
V:Segenhoe Stud, Scone, NSW
B: Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott Racing
2
0.1
Vesuvio
T: R J Quinton J: S Clipperton 55
2f Brazen Beau (AUS) x Posta (AUS) (More Than Ready (USA))
3
0.2
Air Command
T: A J Cummings J: G Boss 57
2c Air Force Blue (USA) x Sassy Sister (AUS) (Dane Shadow (AUS))
4
0.4
Girl Mania
T: Jean Dubois J: Jean Van Overmeire 55
2f Capitalist (AUS) x Girluphigh (IRE) (Unbridled's Song (USA))
5
0.6
Loving Angel
T: P & P Snowden J: Tommy Berry 55
2f Winning Rupert (AUS) x Radiant Angel (AUS) (Kheleyf (USA))
Inglis Classic Yearling Sale $70,000
V:Ascot Park, Pitt Town
B: Snowden Racing
6
1.9
Tapis Magique
T: David Payne J: Regan Bayliss 55
2f Shalaa (IRE) x Marvellous That (AUS) (More Than Ready (USA))
Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale Round 2 $60,000
V:Vinery Stud, Scone
B: Payne Racing Pty Ltd
7
2.0
Fear Index
T: Ms G Markwell J: Brock Ryan 57
2g Capitalist (AUS) x Sensitive (AUS) (Street Cry (IRE))
8
2.2
Wine Talks
T: C J Waller J: J B Mc Donald 57
2g Star Witness (AUS) x Quaff (AUS) (Choisir (AUS))
9
2.3
National Security
T: G M Brown J: J Ford 57
2c Defcon (AUS) x Pearly Court (AUS) (Court Command (AUS))
Inglis Great Southern Sale - Weanlings $6,000
V:Armidale Stud, Carrick, Tas
B: A Wong
10
6.3
Casan Geal
T: R & L Price J: Tom Sherry 57
2g Shalaa (IRE) x Riva Romance (AUS) (Encosta De Lago (AUS))
MM Gold Coast 2YOs In Training Sale $55,000
V:O'Gorman Racing Stables Pty Ltd, Tamworth, NSW
B: Equicom Syndications
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