Wild Queen (AUS)
|Varda (AUS)||Lonhro (AUS)||Octagonal (NZ)||Zabeel (NZ)|
|1992||Eight Carat (GB)|
|1998||Shadea (NZ)||Straight Strike (USA)|
|2016||Wild Queen (AUS)||Loup Sauvage (USA)||Riverman (USA)|
|2000||Crowning Jewel (AUS)||Bletchingly (AUS)|
|1987||Jewel In The Crown (AUS)|
Useful sort; commanding 5f debut winner on good at Bendigo in February 2019 and not disgraced in a Group 3 on second start in March; ran well subsequently in 2019 without winning but made impressive winning return after a 232-day break in June 2020 at Canterbury Park (5.5f, heavy); won next three starts, two at Rosehill and one at Randwick, all over 5.5f in soft / heavy ground; not disgraced on return from a break in November when fourth and sixth and similar story when next seen at Hawkesbury in May 2021 (close fifth); won next time at Doomben over 5.5f before being comfortably held in a Group 2.