Revolutionary Miss Cracks $1million in Earnings

Tara Madgwick - Saturday November 25

A multiple Group II winner with a couple of G1 placings to her name, Russian Revolution mare Revolutionary Miss is all class and the Triple Crown Thoroughbreds colour bearer cracked $1million in earnings at Cranbourne on Saturday when taking out the $175,000 Rosemont Stud Pendant (1400m).

Revolutionary Miss scores easily at Cranbourne - image Scott Barbour / Racing Photos

Trained by Peter and Paul Snowden, Revolutionary Miss was beaten less than two lengths at her two previous starts when just out of the placings in Group races and appreciated a drop in grade to return to winning form.

She was strong to the line for Jordan Childs making light of her 59.5kg to win by nearly two lengths in a dominant display.

 

“It worked out perfect for us today, the stable wanted to take a bit of a sit with her after she led last time and was very game in defeat,” said Jordan Childs.

“Today the other horse wanted to go quite hard so were able to take a nice trail in behind and had that resting run and when I was able to get out after straightening she as just too good to the line.”

I'm a millionaire! - image Scott Barbour / Racing Photos

With three wins and five placings from 19 starts, Revolutionary Miss has now banked over $1million in prizemoney for her big group of owners.

A $195,000 Magic Millions purchase for Triple Crown Syndications from the Sledmere Stud draft, Revolutionary Miss was bred by China Horse Club and is a half-sister to stakes-winner Equation from stakes-placed Onemorenomore mare Purcentage.

Purcentage has a yearling colt by Savabeel that is entered for Magic Millions in January by The Chase as Lot 65 and she eas covered again last spring by Russian Revolution.

 

 

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Race Result - Rosemont Stud Pendant 1400m

Cranbourne Track: Soft(6) Time: 1:24.95
1
Revolutionary Miss
- 4m Russian Revolution (AUS) x Purcentage (AUS) (Onemorenomore (AUS))
Tnr: P & P Snowden Rdr: Jordan Childs 59.5
MM Gold Coast Yearling Sale $195,000
Seller: Sledmere Stud, Scone, NSW
Buyer: Triple Crown Syndications
2
1.8
Kazou
- 4m Zoustar (AUS) x Cat Moves (USA) (Tale Of The Cat (USA))
Tnr: C J Waller Rdr: Damian Lane 57
Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale $200,000
Seller: Coolmore Stud, Jerrys Plains
Buyer: Chris Waller Racing / Mulcaster Bloodstock
3
3
Spanish Tides
- 7m Puissance De Lune (IRE) x Spanish Symphony (AUS) (Oratorio (IRE))
Tnr: Luke Oliver Rdr: J Mott 57
Inglis Premier Yearling Sale Book 2 $25,000
Seller: Daisy Hill Breeding & Investments, Doreen
Buyer: Luke Oliver Racing
Inglis Great Southern Weanling Sale $14,000
Seller: Bucklee Farm, Greta West
Buyer: Diamond Park Breeding & Racing
4
3.1
Frumos
- 6m Kitten's Joy (USA) x Desertstormelite (USA) (Chester House (USA))
Tnr: C J Waller Rdr: Jye McNeil 59.5
5
10.1
Healing Oasis
- 5m Oasis Dream (GB) x Healing Dream (FR) (Montjeu (IRE))
Tnr: Annabel Neasham Rdr: M J Dee 57
6
15.1
Proscenium Arch
- 4m So You Think (NZ) x It's Our Showtime (NZ) (Showcasing (GB))
Tnr: T Busuttin & N Young Rdr: B Mc Dougall 56
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