Russian Revolution Moves to 14 winners

Tara Madgwick - Sunday June 19

Newgate Farm’s leading first season sire Russian Revolution added a new winner to his tally on Sunday when the powerful Kris Lees stable unleashed promising colt Brudenell.

Dispatched to Port Macquarie for his debut, Brudenell as sent off as a hot favourite and delivered for punters in style.

He led for home and kept up a good gallop for Dylan Gibbons to win the open 1100m maiden by two lengths over older rivals.

 

An $80,000 Inglis Classic purchase for Lees Racing / Tasman Bloodstock from the Glastonbury Farm draft, Brudenell runs for a big syndicate of stable clients.

Bred by Macquarie Stud, he is the second winner for Knit ’n’ Purl a winning More Than Ready (USA) daughter of Group III winner Zingalong.

Knit ‘n’ Purl has been a regular visitor to Newgate sires and has a yearling filly by Capitalist that sold for $200,000 at Inglis Classic this year and is in foal to Flying Artie after missing to Russian Revolution the year before.

Russian Revolution

Russian Revolution is the leading Australian first season sire by earnings and winners and stands at a fee of $71,500.

 

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Race Result - Tecnix Hvac&R Pty Ltd Air Mdn 1100m

Port Macquarie Track: Soft(6) Time: 1:06.82
1
Brudenell
T: K A Lees J: Dylan Gibbons 56.5
2c Russian Revolution (AUS) x Knit 'n' Purl (AUS) (More Than Ready (USA))
2
2.0
Madiba Rose
T: Glen Milligan J: Zac Wadick 54
3f Epaulette (AUS) x Lonrose (AUS) (Lonhro (AUS))
3
3.5
Shades Of Frisco
T: D Simonetta J: S Lisnyy 57
4m Dane Shadow (AUS) x Lady Frisco (AUS) (Frisco View (USA))
4
5.5
Cheketa
T: Colt Prosser J: Ms M Weir 57
4m Honor In War (USA) x Bonlity (AUS) (Elusive Quality (USA))
5
6.3
Our Kiwi Princess
T: J A Sprague J: M Bennett 57
3f Shooting To Win (AUS) x You've No Idea (NZ) (Savabeel (AUS))
6
7.1
Sonny
T: Ms J Lynch J: M Mc Guren 59
4g Dawn Approach (IRE) x Fasuka (AUS) (Fastnet Rock (AUS))
7
8.3
Three Penny Opera
T: Peter & Gaye Ball J: B Looker 57
3f Outreach (AUS) x Broadway Gossip (AUS) (Pure Theatre (AUS))
8
8.5
Oakfield Hibiscus
T: D Lane J: Ashley Morgan 57
3f Epaulette (AUS) x Oakfield Comet (AUS) (Honours List (IRE))
9
8.8
Rockinfeller
T: G McFarlane J: A Bullock 59
3g Written Tycoon (AUS) x She's Got Power (AUS) (Redoute's Choice (AUS))
10
8.9
Booshang
T: M P Quinn J: L P Rolls 56.5
2g Pierro (AUS) x Mileyva (NZ) (Thorn Park (AUS))
11
10.7
Sharkayva
T: G McFarlane J: Bailey Wheeler 55
3f Sharkbite (AUS) x Ayva (AUS) (Invincible Spirit (IRE))
12
11.5
Golden Rustles
T: Ms A Lee J: Ms J Worley 57
4m No Nay Never (USA) x Golden Melody (AUS) (Denon (USA))
13
15.7
Moyle's Run
T: R N Godbolt J: A Adkins 56.5
2g American Pharoah (USA) x Hot Mama (AUS) (Duke Of Marmalade (IRE))
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