The Chris Anderson-trained Plutocrat (2 f ex Personal Guarantee by Danzero) - who was Rich Enuff's (Written Tycoon) first winner and she also became the stallion's first stakes winner when she took out the Tattersall's Club Stakes (Listed, 1400m) at Eagle Farm on Saturday.
The filly came out on top of a close finish to beat Zero To Hundred (So You Think) by a nose, while Tumbler Ridge (Spill The Beans) ran a solid race to finish third.
"It was a testament that she had won a race and was beaten a nose in a stakes race because we had to ride her upside down back in the field," Anderson said.
"When she drew barrier one she was set to get the run of the race and show what she can do.
"She is raced by the Glenlogan Park stud and with a stakes win now will be even more valuable at stud," Anderson said.
"But first I am really looking forward to her as a three year old where she will get out to 1600 metres."
Purchased for $110,000 from the draft of Glenlogan Park by Anderson Heathcote Racing at last year's Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale, Plutocrat is out of the dual winning Danzero (Danehill) are Personal Guarantee who has produced one other winner to date in Sure Deal (Real Saga).
Her second dam is Chalet Girl (Imposing) who produced seven winners including the grandam of triple Group 1 winner Verry Elleegant (Zed). Her third dam is Cotehele House (My Swanee) the dam of nine winners headed by multiple Group 1 winning sire Danewin (Danehill) and his successful sire brother Commands. This is also the family of Shooting To Win (Northern Meteor), Deep Field (Northern Meteor) and Luna Rossa (Written Tycoon).
Plutocrat's Real Saga (Tale Of The Cat) half-brother was purchased by Peter Green for $10,000 Magic Millions Adelaide Yearling Sale in March.
Rich Enuff has sired six winners in total and he will stand at Woodside Park Stud for a fee of $8,800 (inc GST) in 2020.