GR1 CROWN OAKS
PINOT (AUS) 2014
3 F (Pierro - Dizelle by Zabeel)
Run over 2500m on November 09, 2017 at Flemington
Prizemoney: $1,005,000
Trainer: G Waterhouse & A Bott
Jockey: S Baster
Time: 02:37.3
Track Conditions: Good(3)
Race Club: VRC
Winners Details
Sale: 2016 Sydney Easter Yearling Sale
Vendor: Coolmore Stud
Breeder: K Biggs Enterprises Pty Ltd WA
Buyer: Eclipse
Purchase Price: $200,000
Sales Co: Inglis
Then came: Bring Me Roses, Hiyaam, Luvaluva, Miss Admiration, Aloisia, Rimraam, Reliable Dame, Sweet Mischief, Four Koalas, Lucky Louie, Circuleight
 Mrgn.Runners
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J: S Baster
T: G Waterhouse & A Bott
W: 55.5 kgs
S: Pierro
D: Dizelle
1.3L
J: L Currie
T: Tony McEvoy
W: 55.5 kgs
S: High Chaparral
D: Freckled Face
2.8L
J: M J Dee
T: M G Price
W: 55.5 kgs
S: High Chaparral
D: Mazarine
2.9L
J: B Shinn
T: J G Sargent
W: 55.5 kgs
S: Mastercraftsman
D: Wansesingyee

At Flemington in Melbourne, Coolmore's Triple Crown winning Champion 2YO Pierro (Lonhro-Miss Right Note, by Daylami) celebrated an elite race success when beautifully bred 3YO bay filly Pinot (Pierro-Dizelle, by Zabeel) proved her staying prowess when outstaying her rivals in the $1 million Gr1 VRC Oaks (2500m) for 3YO fillies, defeating Bring Me Roses & Hiyaam. Purchased by Eclipse Thoroughbreds for $200,000 at the 2016 Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale from the draft of Coolmore Stud, Pinot improved her record to 3 wins (including the Gr3 New Zealand Bloodstock Ethereal Stakes) and 2 placings from 6 starts for $733,275 in earnings. The blue blooded Pinot is out of the Gr1 Australian Oaks winner Dizelle, herself a full sister to champion Hong Kong galloper and 6-time Gr1 winner Vengeance of Rain. Co-trainer Gai Waterhouse, who was celebrating her very first win in the VRC Oaks, believes Pinot could develop into a Caulfield Cup horse next spring. “She came to Melbourne a maiden, with no accolades whatsoever, and all of my horses came here this spring as maidens or restricted horses,” racenet reported Waterhouse as saying. “But I just watched her walk around and she had her neck down as though ‘Hey man I’ve been here 1000 times before’”. Waterhouse added: “She might be our Caulfield Cup horse next year.”