OUTSTANDING Dubleo mare Dubleanny sent her earnings well over the $400,000 barrier after a thrilling win in today’s Listed SAJC Proud Miss Stakes (1200m) at Morphettville.

The Mick Price trained four-year-old was reserved for the race in preference over the Group 1 Goodwood with the trainer’s judgement proving supreme.

Dubleanny was sent out the drifting $1.75 favourite on the strength of her brilliant previous start win over accomplished Melbourne performers Returntosender and True Persuasion.

A daughter of Vinery based Dubleo (USA), Dubleanny boasts the outstanding record of eight wins and three runner up placings from just 15 lifetime starts.

She’s earned her connections, the Vinery Syndicate and the Newstead Syndicate, an ever increasing haul of over $460,000.

Dubleanny was sold twice by Magic Millions prior to joining the Mick Price stable.

She made $34,000 when originally sold by Torryburn Stud at the 2007 National Weanling Sale before being purchased by the Vinery team for $65,000 when offered by Murrulla Stud at the 2008 Gold Coast Yearling Sale.

The classy mare is one of four winners, from four to race, for the unraced Canny Lad mare Uncanny Lady.

Uncanny Lady is a half sister to former smart Brisbane mare Broc ‘n’ Roll the dam of multiple stakes winner Zero Rock and her stakes performed three quarter sibling Rock Idol.

The family also includes the stakes winners including Oaks winners November Rain and Stormy Hill and international Group One winners Race Master and San Luis.


Dubleo has two weanlings catalogued for this month’s National Weanling Sale – a colt and filly – the filly is a full sister to recent stakes performer juvenile Queenian and Hong Kong group winner Slow Waltz.

He also has a colt headed to the National Yearling Sale and 12 mares covered by the sire last spring are catalogued for the National Broodmare Sale on the Gold Caost later this month.