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Miss Finland (horse)

Miss Finland
Sire Redoute's Choice
Dam Forest Pearl (USA)
Damsire Woodman[1]
Gender Mare
Foaled 2003
Country Australia
Color Bay
Breeder Gainsborough Stud Australia Pty Ltd, Arrowfield Group Pty Ltd, NSW
Record 26-11-5-1
Earnings $4,632,775
Miss Finland is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Forest Pearl (USA) by Redoute's Choice. She was born around 2003 in Australia, and was bred by Gainsborough Stud Australia Pty Ltd, Arrowfield Group Pty Ltd, NSW.
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)

Miss Finland is a champion Australian Thoroughbred racehorse, trained by top South Australian trainer David Hayes. At two years old, she won the AAMI Golden Slipper, the world's richest juvenile race, which is run over 1,200 metres. and ran second in the Blue Diamond Stakes. As a three year old, her stellar form continued, which saw her win the Crown VRC Oaks, run over 2,500 metres at Flemington during the Melbourne Cup Carnival.

She comes from the Northern Dancer sire line and has a double cross of him in the fourth generation of her pedigree.[2]

Miss Finland was named the "SPORTSMAN 2006 Horse of the Year".[3]

Miss Finland is now residing at Arrowfield Stud.


  1. ASB
  2. TesioPower 2000, Stallions of the World
  3. Public crowns Miss Finland


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