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Re Edit (3 f Camelot – So Divine by High Chaparral)

Lydia Symonds | 30.11.2018

Owner K Yoshida
Breeder Desharon Bloodstock
Trainer Chris Waller
Sales 2017 Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale V: Arrowfield Stud $340,000 P: K Yoshida
Won Three-Year-Old Fillies’ Maiden Plate (1400m), Warwick Farm, Wednesday, November 28

The Chris Waller-trained three-year-old Re Edit looks a really promising staying filly based on her debut effort at Warwick Farm this week. Ridden quietly by James McDonald, she was settled second last in the six-horse field before improving from the 600 metres to challenge at the 200 metres. She finished best in the closing stages to score a narrow but good win, looking suited to further, and looks a filly with a bright future.


Re Edit’s stakes-placed dam is a sister to the VRC Derby winner Monaco Consul (High Chaparral) and has produced three named foals, all of which are winners, including the Group 3 placegetter Teodora (Teofilo).


The filly’s third dam is the winning and stakes-placed mare Ultraviolet (In The Purple), herself a half-sister to the Group 1 winner Sealegs (Three Legs) and a sister to the Group 2 winner Frivolous Lass. This is also the family of Niconero (Danzero), whose elite level haul included the Kingston Town Classic (Gr 1, 1800m) of 2008 and the Futurity Stakes (Gr 1, 1600m) and Australian Cup (Gr 1, 2000m) in consecutive starts in 2009.


Her sire Camelot, meanwhile, has enjoyed a tremendous 2018 courtesy of the likes of Irish Derby (Gr 1, 1m4f) hero Latrobe and fellow top-level scorers Athena and Wonderment. One of the most upwardly mobile stallions in the northern hemisphere, he has had seven winners from 22 runners in Australia to date.

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