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Big Weekend For Triple Crown At Eagle Farm

Photo: Miss Hellfire

Triple Crown Syndications are taking a three-pronged approach to tackling Stradbroke Handicap Day, Brisbane’s premier race day at Eagle Farm.

The first runner on the day to be sporting the famous red Triple Crown silks will be the highly talented Miss Hellfire (photo above) who will be contesting Race 2, the Listed Hinkler Stakes over 1200m. Last time out, Miss Hellfire ran well without troubling the winner at Eagle Farm a fortnight ago. It was only a couple of starts prior that she ran an enormous race to place in the Group 2 Sapphire Stakes at Royal Randwick. Jason Collet is on board and they jump from barrier 2 which should see her getting an economical run just behind the leaders. Miss Hellfire goes into this race as an each-way chance and looking for her first win in stakes company and to taker her career prizemoney earnings past a lofty $700,000.

The next Triple Crown runner for the day will be the exciting Annabel Neasham trained juvenile, Aemelius, who takes her opportunity in Race 6, the Group 1 JJ Atkins over 1600m with Tyler Schiller in the saddle. The 2yo daughter of Hellbent, is still in her first racing preparation and her ascent to Group 1 racing has been rapid. Aemelius’ career has started with a bang, after being held up for a run on debut, she came out and blew her rivals away at the next start at Royal Randwick, slashing home from last to first. She then stepped up to stakes company at Eagle Farm last week in the Listed Pheonix Stakes where she was set a very tough task when asked to extend out in front which didn’t suit her. Aemelius was courageous to hold on for a valuable 2nd placing. This Saturday sees her on the 7 day back-up which is not an easy task for a 2yo but she appears to have bounced through last week’s tough run well. If that proves correct under race pressure, she should also present as a nice each-way chance. A top 3 finish in this Group 1 feature would be invaluable to her owners.

Photo: Aemelius’ owners after her slashing win at Royal Randwick. Source: Bradley Photos

The final Triple Crown runner for Stradbroke Day will be the high-class mare, Revolutionary Miss. She lines up in Race 7, the Group 2 Dane Ripper Stakes over 1300m. The 4yo mare has spent her whole career competing at the highest level. She is a multiple Group 2 winner and multiple Group 1 second placegetter who has amassed over $1.5m in prizemoney. Last start saw her run very well in the Helen Coughlan Stakes at Eagle Farm a fortnight ago, the same race as Miss Hellfire. She loomed up strongly in the early stages of the straight before her condition gave way over the concluding stages. She is a mare who typically takes at least 3 runs to be hitting the peak of her powers, which this preparation coincides with next fortnight’s Group 1 Tatt’s Tiara. She will no doubt be improved for her first-up effort and the slight increase in distance into Saturday’s race will also be an advantage. In form jockey, Michael Dee has a good relationship with this mare and they are expected to be very competitive in this race with one eye on her main goal in 2 weeks time.

Photo: Revolutionary Miss’ owners talking tactics before her 2nd in the Group 1 Blue Diamond Stakes.

Win, lose or draw it is an exciting day for Triple Crown and all their owners to have their horses racing. The Brisbane Winter Carnival is one of the great carnivals on the calendar and this year has been no different.

Belyaev Delivers The Goods

Photo: Belyaev as a yearling

Russian Revolution’s daughter, Belyaev, led from start to finish today when claiming her maiden victory. It was the 3yo filly’s second start for trainer, Annabel Neasham who was wrapped to get her a win so quickly under her care.

Belyaev leads all the way. Footage: Sky Racing

Apprentice jockey, Dan McGillvray sent the filly forward immediately and tried to control the race from there. Whilst she did a little extra work as a result, she still had enough in the locker to get the job done at her first attempt over 1400m. That was Dan’s second victory this week for the Triple Crown and Annabel Neasham team.

A big congratulations to her owners; Triple Crown Syndications., EPC Racing, Mr R G Edge, BallyMac, Mrs C A Pitt, Mr C T Ward, Mr R A B Bailey, Mr B F Townsend, Mr W H Grunert, Mr P J Hawketts, Mr J Flood, Mr N R Farr, Dr K Tung, Miss T L Ho, Mr J C Williams, Mr C E Nobbs, Mr J S Veivers, Blackbird Power Racing, Mr M J Royall.

Diablo Bolt Wins Again

Following a highly impressive win by Aemelius at Royal Randwick on Saturday, the Triple Crown and Annabel Neasham winning week continued today with Diablo Bolt getting the job done at Ipswich. The 3yo son of Hellbent was second up for the preparation after a strong first up run at the same track a fortnight ago over 1350m. Today he was getting up to a more suitable 1700m and a lovely ride from young apprentice Dan McGillvray saw him in front on the line where it counts.

3yo Diablo Bolt rings up win number 3. Footage: Sky Racing

After transferring to the training of Annabel Neasham before his last preparation, Diablo Bolt has been building a nice record with 3 wins from 7 starts and there looks to be more in store for his owners. A big congratulations to Diablo Bolt’s owners: Triple Crown Syndications, Mr A J Prince, Mr T Foster, Mr D Da Silva, Mr D Constantin, Mr B J Nally, Mr M Chiu, Mrs K Nally, Mrs V Prince, Mr W D’cruz, Mr J C Williams, Mr D L King, Mr P L Ward, Mr S V Nolan, Mr G B McDonald, Mr J A Forrest, Mr A D Lindsay, Mr T P Fysh, Mr J Norris.

She’s only going to improve’: Eye on future with Aemelius

Photo: Aemelius wins

By Ray Thomas – News Limited

Aemelius made winning look routine with a seemingly effortless last-to-first sweep at Royal Randwick on Saturday.

Trainer Annabel Neasham may consider a Brisbane winter carnival campaign for Aemelius after her impressive win in the Sporting Chance Cancer Foundation Handicap (1200m).

The filly does hold an entry for the Group 1 JJ Atkins at Eagle Farm on June 15 but that might come too soon for her as she only just broke her maiden with the Randwick win.

But Neasham does hold a good opinion of Aemelius’s emerging potential and she could end up in Group 1 races next season.

Aemelius flies home down the outside to win at Royal Randwick. Footage: Sky Racing

“Aemelius is a beautiful filly, she’s got a really nice temperament and handles training really well,” stable representative Rob Archibald said.

“It’s nice to see her put that together today and she is only going to continue to improve as she matures.

“We will see how she comes through it but we could potentially look to Queensland but we have always thought she was going to be a really nice three-year-old.

“So, if she comes through it really well we might give consideration to giving her another run, or we might just put her away and bring her back as a spring filly for that nice (Princess) Series. She is a smart filly in the making.”

Aemelius ($12) gave her eight rivals a start from the turn but finished strongly down the centre of the course under Alysha Collett to win by nearly a length from the unlucky Swiftfalcon ($8) with early leader Pisces ($2.70 favourite) a half length away third.

Photo: Alysha Collett
A winner’s grin … Alysha Collett after her win aboard Aemelius. Picture: Jeremy Ng / Getty Images

There was less than a half length separating the second to fifth placegetters with Leconfield (fourth) and Tardelli (fifth) also racing competitively.

Rag Queen eased out to $7 and seemed to run her race in patches. She settled behind the leaders early but was under pressure from the turn before working to the line fairly to finish sixth.

“She won’t be going to Brisbane,” trainer David Payne said of Rag Queen. “But she will improve, she is looking for a mile (a1600m).”

Aemelius, a $130,000 Magic Millions Yearling purchase for Chris Ward’s Triple Crown Syndications, is by Hellbent out of Mead and is a half-sister to two stakes-winners including the ill-fated Brave Mead.

Aemelius, a $130,000 Magic Millions Yearling purchase for Chris Ward’s and Sam Manion’s Triple Crown Syndications, is by Hellbent out of Mead and is a half-sister to two stakes-winners including the ill-fated Brave Mead.

Here name was submitted by the Ohana Racing syndicate, a group of police officers from Orange who were also in Triple Crown’s dual The Everest winner Redzel.

It is understood Aemelius originated from Ancient Rome and in Latin translates to “eager, rival and competitive”.

Aemelius has been adapted through time and become an origin for the name, Emily.

A couple in the syndicate group suffered a family tragedy recently with the loss of their 18-year-old daughter, Emily, and as a tribute, the filly has been named Aemelius.

She raced well on debut when fifth to Pisces at the Newcastle stand-alone meeting and made obvious improvement between runs, scoring an impressive win.

Alysha Collett and Aemelius clear out to win the first at Randwick on Saturday. Picture: Jeremy Ng / Getty Images

“Aemelius was very strong late and will definitely get further,” Collett said.

“I especially loved her last 100m and how she sat up in the last bit, she was doing it that easily.

“She jumped OK, she was on terms with the rest of the field but I eased her back. She was happy out the back, she was nice and relaxed then closed out the race well. I think we are working with a nice filly here.”

Archibald said there was some stable confidence for Aemelius going into the Randwick race.

“We’ve been really pleased with her since that first-up run at Newcastle on soft ground,” Archibald said.

“We were confident she would take a really nice step forward into today.

“Obviously, the draw was a little bit of a concern but Alysha (Collett) summed it up very quickly and gave her a great ride and she was very strong late.”

Alysha Collett comes back to scale aboard Aemelius. Picture: Jeremy Ng / Getty Images

Meanwhile, Archibald revealed Neasham’s new stable recruit, Perth’s outstanding mare Amelia’s Jewel, was spelling at Segenhoe Stud ahead of a Sydney spring carnival campaign.

A winner of nine of her 16 starts including the Group 1 Northerly Stakes and more than $3.4 million prizemoney, Amelia’s Jewel is likely to be aimed at the Group 1 $5 million King Charles III Stakes (1600m) at Royal Randwick on The Everest Day, October 19.

“There are obviously lots of really nice options for the spring so we’ll see how she comes back in and take it step by step,” Archibald said.

“The King Charles is probably the race we’re thinking of for her, but it’s too early to make a call.

“We will start with a blank canvas. Obviously, it didn’t quite work out at her last run in Adelaide so we will see how she comes back in but she’s a beautiful mare, it’s very exciting to have her, a privilege to get a filly of that calibre.”

Post Racing Life

Photo: Dothraki

The love of the horse is central to what draws us all to this great industry.

After racing, ensuring the welfare of our horses becomes paramount for Triple Crown and our owners. Beyond the race track, these magnificent animals deserve a dignified retirement and a good forever home. We are very fortunate that our owners understand the ethical responsibility to care for their horses post-racing, emphasizing the importance of finding suitable environments where the horses can thrive physically and mentally in the next chapter of their lives. Win, lose or draw, our horses have given so much to us during their race careers and we want to see them flourish in their post-racing life. As such, at the end of any syndicate some horses are suitable to be sold into either a breeding career or to race in a weaker environment, whilst some are simply looking for a good forever home where they will be well cared for. This is an area that we at Triple Crown and our owners are passionate about and work very hard to ensure. We love seeing these retired racehorses re-trained for other disciplines, such as dressage, show jumping or even therapeutic riding.

“We love our horses and their welfare is paramount in every step we take, whether that’s whilst racing or for their post racing life.” Triple Crown Director, Sam Manion

Below is a short segment from Caroline Searcy’s popular Thoroughbreds Are Go program that aired this week, featuring former Triple Crown runner Dothraki. Dothraki was a magnificent racehorse for his owners, commencing his career as an early 2yo before winning 8 races and over $1.6m in prizemoney before retiring from the racetrack as a 9yo. He was a “champion” on the racetrack whilst competing in all the carnivals through Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane and he was a real gentleman off the track. He has the most beautiful character and was adored by everyone who had anything to do with him. At the end of his career our syndicate of owners generously gifted him to his strapper Ella Yarrow (see her reaction at the time in the video further below). It is wonderful to see how Dothraki is loving life and staying active with Ella and Sandra.

Watch: Caroline Searcy’s Thoroughbreds Are Go segment featuring Dothraki.
Watch: The moment Ella learns that she is being gifted Dothraki.
Photo: Dothraki with kids
Photo: Dothraki saying g’day to the little ones.

Mazu out to reclaim his title

Photo: Mazu

Triple Crown’s Group 1 winning sprinter, Mazu, first ventured north to Queensland soil in 2022 off the back of five consecutive wins. His assignment was the Group 1 Doomben 10000 and he extended his winning streak to six on the bounce. In 2023, Mazu returned to defend his crown and ran a very gallant third behind Giga Kick. Now in 2024, he returns in a bid to reclaim his title by winning Queensland’s premier sprint race after winning the Group 3 Hall Mark Stakes at Royal Randwick in his previous start – the same feat achieved by Triple Crown with Redzel in 2017.

The now Joe Pride trained galloper has found a small but typically very strong field in this year’s Doomben 10000. Joe has been very happy with Mazu since his last start win and feels the horse is ready to run a very bold race. In form jockey Tyler Schiller takes the reigns in his first race start aboard the Group 1 winner.

Photo: Darren Winningham

Neasham hoping purple patch with juveniles continues at Gosford

Leading metropolitan trainer Annabel Neasham is living by the adage that when you’re on a good thing you should stick to it.

Ahead of Thursday’s feature Gosford meeting, the Warwick Farm-based trainer has hit the ground running with her latest batch of young horses.

At Wednesday’s Kensington meeting, she not only trained the opening two-year-old winner Megastar Heart over 1400m, but then promptly brought home the trifecta in the second race over the same trip with a trio of promising three-year-old fillies.

And she’s out to continue that juvenile domination with a speedy colt making his debut at Gosford in a Maiden Plate over 1100m for the two-year-olds.

Superhero, a son of prolific sprint sire Deep Field and quoted at $10.50 in early betting, has always been well thought of by the stable and starts behind two solid metropolitan trials.

That’s not to say she isn’t having fun with the older imported gallopers after four-year-old mare Junebug announced her arrival Down Under with an effortless win as a hot favourite at Muswellbrook on Monday.

Now she is confident, ex-UK and beautifully bred four-year-old Hiawatha can break through for his first Australian win third-up in a Class 1 & Maiden Plate over 2100m on the Central Coast.

A son of the great stayer Camelot, Hiawatha endured an inauspicious start to life in Australia when he was pulled up in very heavy ground at Kembla Grange six weeks ago.

Story by Neil Evans – Sydney Morning Herald

Photo: Racing Photos

Mazu Turns Back the Clock

Mazu broke a nearly two-year drought by making light work of the heavy conditions in Saturday’s Group III TAB Hall Mark Stakes (1200m) at Randwick.

Making his third start for Joe Pride, the 5-year-old son of Maurice (JPN) travelled sweetly on the outside of the favourite Front Page and when Jamie Kah asked for an effort, Mazu lengthened to set up a winning margin at the 200m.

Feeling his 60kgs in the closing stages, Mazu safely held the Hallowed Crown gelding Vilana by three-quarters of a length with the 4-year-old Astern entire Aft Cabin one and a quarter length back in third.

Second to Giga Kick in the 2022 The Everest, when trained by Peter and Paul Snowden, Mazu was winning for the first time since capturing the Group 1 Doomben 1000 as a 3-year-old in May 2022.

The son of Maurice (JPN) advances his record to eight wins, two seconds and four thirds from 26 starts with earnings of $7,872,100.

“He had a wet track in the TJ (TJ Smith Stakes) but to be fair to him he was a month between runs off the back of a setback, not getting to run in The Galaxy,” Pride said.

“Today he was just that little bit harder and fitter and it was a lovely ride from Jamie. It was good, a good result.

“Queensland would be the plan again. I feel like we’ve got him back on track now. He probably does need wet tracks to do his very best.

“And I’m really happy there and a big thank you to Leeshelle Small, who is my apprentice. She has been riding this horse all preparation and she’s done a fantastic job with him because he’s a difficult horse and she’s really got him to settle really well. So a big thanks to her.”

Jamie Kah said Mazu has a mind of his own.

“He loves it (wet tracks). He’s a weird horse because he’s got all the ability in the world and then he hit the front like he was going to win by five or six and he pricked his ears and looked at the winning post and he does a lot of things wrong,” Kah said.

“He’s a thinker but he’s got the ability when he puts his mind to the job.”

A $180,000 purchase by Triple Crown Syndications out of the Parsons Creek Pastoral draft at the 2020 Classic Yearling Sale, Mazu is a half-brother to Headway (Charge Forward), crowned the 2008-09 Champion 2yo Filly in Australia. Her four wins included the Group 1 Coolmore Stud Stakes, and she was runner-up in the Golden Slipper.

Mazu is out of the multiple stakes-placed Flying Spur mare Chatelaine, who has an unraced 2-year-old colt by Toronado (IRE) named El Toro Macho, which was a $350,000 buy for MyRacehorse / Ciaron Maher Bloodstock at the 2023 Inglis Easter Yearling Sale.

Chatelaine has a yearling colt by King’s Legacy, which was passed in when failing to make his $250,000 reserve when offered by Cannon Hayes Stud to the 2024 Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale.

The 24-year-old daughter of Flying Spur has missed in the past two seasons.

Arrowfield Stud shuttler Maurice (JPN) covered 149 mares last spring at a fee of $82,500.

Story by Mark Smith – Breednet

Photo by Steve Hart

Revolutionary Miss provides timely family update

Revolutionary Miss owners

By Keely Mckitterick – TTR AusNZ Daily Edition 

Triple Crown’s talented and durable mare, Revolutionary Miss (Russian Revolution), added another stakes success to her expanding CV, providing a timely update to her half-brother by Savabeel, who will be offered at the 2024 Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale.

Australian-based syndicator Triple Crown has reached dizzying heights in racing. Founded by brothers Chris and Michael Ward, they raced the dual The Everest victor in Redzel (Snitzel).

Redzel and Kerrin McEvoy
Redzel and Kerrin McEvoy. Photo: Bradley Photos

The $120,000 Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale purchase retired with over $16 million in the bank and Group 1 victories in the Doomben 10,000 and the Darley Classic.

Other flag-bearers include Mazu (Maurice {Jpn}), who added his name to the G1 Doomben 10,000 honour roll and competed with distinction in The Everest.

However, Chris Ward admits Saturday’s G3 Summoned S. victress Revolutionary Miss (Russian Revolution) holds a special place in the operation despite not being a Group 1 winner yet!

“Revolutionary Miss has been outstanding. She’s a mare now, but from the word go, she’s shown talent,” Ward told The Thoroughbred Report.

“She debuted at Randwick-Kensington and was very close to getting up to the Magic Millions for the 2-year-old race. In fact, she was an emergency for that race. So, Revolutionary Miss had abundant talent from the moment she got going, and it’s fantastic to see her still going so strong as a 4-year-old mare.”

Revolutionary Miss breaks clear. Photo: Racing Photos

Ablity from day dot

The Peter and Paul Snowden-trained daughter of Russian Revolution was a narrow second to the subsequent G1 Golden Slipper victress Fireburn (Rebel Dane) on debut before being placed in the G3 Widden S. at start two behind the classy Queen Of The Ball (I Am Invincible).

The Snowdens elected to take Revolutionary Miss to Melbourne for a tilt at the Blue Diamond. At her third career start she tackled the G2 Blue Diamond Prelude S. (Fillies) and then was a narrow runner-up in the G1 Blue Diamond, splitting Daumier and Jacquinot to underline her class.

It was her effort in the Blue Diamond that Ward feels has been the highlight of her career so far and showed her exceptional talent.

“It’s a tough one because she’s had a lot of great performances but her second in the Blue Diamond because she was literally beaten by a whisker. It was such an outstanding performance; it felt like a win, and arguably, Revolutionary Miss was unlucky because she got a slight bit of interference on the home turn that could have been the difference.

“However, we’re just incredibly proud of her performance that day. She was outstanding.”

Tough and talented

Returning as a 3-year-old Revolutionary Miss showed her tenacity by reversing her early spring form to place in the G1 Thousand Guineas at Caufield and stamping her class over the G2 Kewney S. in the autumn. She then split the multiple stakes-winning daughters of Pride Of Dubai, Sirileo Miss and Deny Knowledge (Ire), in the G2 Sunline S.

The performances and efforts were enough for Revolutionary Miss to hang her hat on and retire like some of her rivals were already enjoying. However, the ownership group were convinced they hadn’t seen the best of her, elected to return as a 4-year-old mare.

After taking a couple of runs to find her winning groove, Revolutionary Miss has undoubtedly found it now. Winning the $175,000 Rosemont Stud Fillies & Mares Pendant on Cranbourne Cup Day and then on Saturday took out the G3 Summoned S. at Caulfield.

Giving Revolutionary Miss the rare distinction of being a Group winner as a 2, 3 and 4-year-old.

Love at first sight

Revolutionary Miss is from the first-crop of Newgate’s exciting sire Russian Revolution. A multiple Group 1-winning son of Snitzel, Russian Revolution has quickly taken to his new career. He has sired the Group 1 winner, Communist, while Revolutionary Miss has been one of his leading lights.

Her dam, the Onemorenomore mare, Purcentage, was placed in the Listed Levin RC Ryder S. and is the dam of the Listed Canberra Guineas victor Equation (Press Statement). Revolutionary Miss’ grandam Spurcent (Flying Spur) won the Listed Gimcrack S. and was placed in the G1 Thousand Guineas.

“Revolutionary Miss, she stood out from the moment we saw her. We actually first saw her at Sledmere, starting at the pre-sale inspections on the farm. When she was presented to my brother (Michael) and I, we just fell in love the moment we saw her. – Chris Ward

“When we went to the Gold Coast, we pinpointed and were pretty determined to get her. We were lucky and rapt to have done so. But Revolutionary Miss is just an outstanding physical type, and coupled with the fact we backed Russian Revolution to make it a successful stallion.

“We knew how good he was on the track, and he has great bloodlines himself, so we just felt she ticked every box.”

Revolutionary Miss was knocked down to Triple Crown Syndications for $195,000 from the draft at Sledmere Stud at the 2021 Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale. She has earned over $1.2 million on the track.

Michael & Chris Ward
Michael & Chris Ward at the Magic Millions

A half-brother (Lot 65) to Revolutionary Miss by New Zealand’s multiple Champion Sire Savabeel will be offered through The Chase draft at the 2024 Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale.

Future aims?

Ward indicated Revolutionary Miss would likely head to the Magic Millions meeting in January, which will rule out the early part of the autumn. However, races such as the G1 Tattersall’s Tiara could lie in her future.

“It’s a little bit up in the air at the moment. As long as Revolutionary Miss continues to come through yesterday’s (Saturday) run well, she’ll go up to the Magic Millions in January. She’ll race there and would certainly rule the early part of the autumn out because she’ll need a spell.

“As long as Revolutionary Miss continues to come through yesterday’s (Saturday) run well, she’ll go up to the Magic Millions in January.”

Chris Ward

“We could maybe have a few runs going into the Brisbane carnival, and the Tatt’s Tiara would be a likely target there. Then it’s just a question of whether the owners want to look at selling her as a racing and breeding proposition in June up at the Magic Millions or continue to race her through.

“She’s in outstanding order and handles the racing well. We will play it by ear as we get a bit closer.”

Triple Crown succeeded with another G3 Summoned S. victress in Missile Mantra (Smart Missile) at the 2022 Magic Millions National Broodmare Sale. The daughter of Smart Missile was purchased for $30,000 by Triple Crown Syndications from the Arrowfield Stud draft at the 2018 Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale.

Missile Mantra earned over $600,000 on the track for Triple Crown and was reoffered through the Yarraman Park Stud draft at the 2022 Magic Millions National Broodmare Sale, selling to Bahen Bloodstock for $950,000.

Yarraman Park Stud will consign Missile Mantra’s first foal, a colt (Lot 964) by Newgate Farm’s Capitalist, at the 2024 Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale.

“Missile Mantra won the Summoned S. in 2020. We sold her up at the Magic Millions Broodmare Sale for $950,000.

“She was another outstanding mare, who was really talented as a 2-year-old and right through to the conclusion of her career. We are pretty thrilled to have won the Summoned S. again with Revolutionary Miss.”

Revolutionary Miss Cracks $1million in Earnings

Photo: Revolutionary Miss scores easily at Cranbourne - Image Scott Barbour / Racing Photos

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).

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
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.