Revolution gets up just in time

The Alwin Tan-trained Revolution (No. 10) getting up in the nick of time to score his third win from six starts in Race 3 at Kranji last night.
The Alwin Tan-trained Revolution (No. 10) getting up in the nick of time to score his third win from six starts in Race 3 at Kranji last night.ST PHOTO: SALWA SUANDI

Jockey Olivier Placais steers $36 chance in the dying stages to beat the two race leaders

Pennywise and Quarter Back vied for favouritism in the $80,000 Kranji Stakes C (2) event at Kranji last night but, Revolution, owned by the same connections as Quarter Back, played the spoiler's role.

Pennywise, who was unbeaten in four Polytrack starts, and two-time winner Quarter Back, owned by Falcon Racing No. 5 Stable, jumped as the joint-$11 favourite.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on December 01, 2018, with the headline 'Revolution gets up just in time'. Print Edition | Subscribe