That’s $3972.80 per second – eat your heart out Elon Musk, Jeff Bezoz & Co.
His ‘money machine’ was Silver Brute, which took out the $126,500 Pink Diamond Short Course final (390m) during Australia’s richest regional event.
Silver Brute – a member of an amazing provincial-performed litter – was ‘backed for a stack’ to win the $75,000 to-the-winner final. And an $11,250 breeders’ bonus also went Peach’s way!
In fact, Silver Brute was ‘hammered’ from $8 into $2.80 on TAB fixed odds.
“Oh, he’s sensational, I’m blessed,” Peach said. “I bred this litter, and I loved them as pups, and I kept them all.
“The whole litter has a lot of pace, but he was very slow breaking-in at Geelong.
“He had a few issues, tonsils etc, but since then he hasn’t looked back.”
Silver Brute (Dec ’19 Aston Dee Bee x Weeping Lass) remains undefeated in four starts over 390m at Ballarat. His race record reads 13 wins from 21 starts and his stakes catapulted to $119,230.
He put the writing on the wall defeating last night’s G2 Flying Amy Classic winner, Photo Man, in the Healesville Derby.
Silver Brute also won the Warrnambool Summer Sizzle in early January.
2022 PINK DIAMOND CHAMPION SHORT COURSE FINAL
WATCH: Silver Brute (2) takes out the $126,500 GRV Vic Bred Pink Diamond Champion Short Course Final ahead of Luca’s Jebrynah (6) and Kepal (3).
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