2 F (Hinchinbrook - Midnight Revels by Don Eduardo)
Run over 1600m on April 21, 2018 at Randwick
Prizemoney: $505,000
Trainer: M G Price
Jockey: D Oliver
Time: 01:34.5
Track Conditions: Good(3)
Race Club: ATC
Winners Details
Sale: 2017 Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale
Vendor: Maluka Thoroughbreds
Breeder: WE Jeffries Ltd, Bay Of Plenty, NZ
Buyer: Blueblood T/breds (Australia)
Purchase Price: $85,000
Sales Co: Inglis
Then came: Bondi, El Dorado Dreaming, Guerrier, Outrageous, Encryption, Irukandji, Not a Single Cent, Long Leaf, Seberate, Akkadian, Ragged Rascal, Blazing Issue
J: D Oliver
T: M G Price
W: 54.5 kgs
S: Hinchinbrook
D: Midnight Revels
J: M Zahra
T: P & P Snowden
W: 56.5 kgs
S: Snitzel
D: Bondi Blonde
J: J R Collett
T: Benjamin Smith
W: 54.5 kgs
S: Ilovethiscity
D: Solanas
J: Jean Van Overmeire
T: Jean Dubois
W: 56.5 kgs
S: Epaulette
D: Flying Jet

At Royal Randwick in Sydney, Yarraman Park's Gr3-winning & 4-time Gr1-placed stallion Hinchinbrook (Fastnet Rock-Snippets' Lass, by Snippets) celebrated an elite race success when high class 2YO Australian-bred filly Seabrook (Hinchinbrook-Midnight Revels, by Don Eduardo) overcame trouble in running to charge home for an eye-catching last-to-first win in the $500,000 Gr1 Champagne Stakes (1600m) for 2YOs, defeating Bondi & El Dorado Dreaming. An $85,000 yearling at the 2017 Inglis Melbourne Premier Sale where she was consigned by Maluka Thoroughbreds, Seabrook improved her record to 2 wins (including the Gr2 Sweet Embrace Stakes) and 1 placing (including the Gr2 Blue Diamond Prelude for fillies) from 6 starts for $556,300 in earnings. Trainer Mick Price said Seabrook would now head for a break to be prepared for the Gr1 Thousand Guineas in Melbourne in the Spring. "It's fantastic. She's done a good job and she's thrived in Sydney," Price told Sky Racing. "She goes straight to the paddock and will be set for the Thousand Guineas." From the Don Eduardo mare Midnight Revels, Seabrook hails from the family of dual Gr1-winning sprinter Malaguerra, Gr1 Coolmore Classic winner Aloha, and the stakes-winning 2YOs Tennessee Morn and Tennessee Midnight. Seabrook's victory also gave Damien Oliver his 110th Group 1 win, more than any active rider in Australia and second only to the late George Moore who retired with 119 top-flight wins.