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Rosehill debut for well-related Everybody Rise

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Close relation to Russian Revolution and Home Affairs to debut on Wednesday.

Russian Revolution.
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Everybody Rise, one of the best-related and most expensive colts sold at this year's Inglis Easter Yearling Sale, will make his debut at Rosehill on Wednesday.

The brother to Russian Revolution and close to relation to Home Affairs will run for Peter and Paul Snowden in the $60,000 Toyota Forklifts Handicap (1100m) that kicks off the card.

Everybody Rise by Snitzel out of the Stravinsky mare Ballet D'Amour, whose best-performed product to date is another son of Snitzel, Russian Revolution.

Russian Revolution, who was also trained by Peter and Paul Snowden, won a Galaxy and Oakleigh Plate at Group 1 level and is now one of Australia's most in-demand sires.

Another two-time Group 1 winner who is also an in-demand young stallion is also part of the family with Home Affairs a son of Miss Interiors, a daughter of Flying Spur and Ballet D'Amour.

The deeds of Russian Revolution and Home Affairs have ensured anything from the Ballet D'Amour family are of interest at the sales and James Harron had to go to $1.4 million to get Everybody Rise for his colts syndicate at this year's Inglis Easter Yearling Sale.

Only five yearlings realised a greater purchase price at this year's Easter Sale.

Everybody Rise's first trial was over 900m at Rosehill on October 27, when he was given as easy time of things and finished seventh but hit the line stylishly, and he was then narrowly defeated by Goodlucktome in another 900m trial at the same track on November 6

Everybody Rise has drawn barrier six in Wednesday's eight-horse event, in which he will be ridden by Brett Prebble.

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