Releven Dream became the third $100,000-plus winner for his top trot producing dam Ten To One when successful at Albion Park, Brisbane, on December 30.
After being developed in Canterbury by Jamie Gameson, winning four of 21 NZ starts, Releven Dream has extended his record in Queensland to 15 career wins from 67 starts, for ,430.
Releven Dream, who has a fastest winning mile rate of 1:57.3 over 2138m at Albion Park, is a half-brother to Bromac Lodge broodmare Habibti Sadie (Pegasus Spur-Ten To One).
He ended 2017 in style with back-to-back wins at Queensland's top track, coming off 20m handicaps in each to take out consecutive discretionary trot races.
Releven Dream joins the outstanding mares, Habibti (1:56.5, 16 wins from 48 starts for $352,775), and Habibti Ivy (1:58.4, nine wins from 21 starts for $186,340) as earlier six-figure earners for their Sundon dam, Ten To One.
She's also the dam of other smart winners, Ten Too (seven wins from 17 starts for $46,324), Lothario (1:57.4, six wins from 42 starts for $66,138) and Habibti Inta (2:00.9, three wins from 16 starts for $64,067).
Habibti Sadie foaled a three-quarter brother to Habibti, Lothario, Habibti Ivy and Habiti Inta (all by Love You), late last year, with Love You chosen as her first consort.
Ten To One, who won six races herself and $54,142 for the late Dick Petrie, is from the same maternal family as last week's Oamaru trot winner No Fears.
The latter has now won two of 20 starts for Bromac Lodge bloodstock manager Michelle Baird, and Ashburton trainer Patrick O'Reilly.
No Fears, a late maturing 7YO gelding by Majestic Son, is from Without Fear, a winner of six from 37 starts and the inaugural 2003 New Zealand Trotting Oaks winner for Michelle, when prepared and driven by Patrick O'Reilly.
The No Fears connection to Ten To One comes through Gay Helen, a half-sister to the 1952 New Zealand Cup winner Mobile Globe.
Gay Helen is the fourth dam of No Fears and the third dam of Ten To One.
Michelle's line has been on a roll in recent months with Stress Factor, from Without Fear's sister Fear Factor (Sundon-Fickle), winning his third race from nine starts at premier level at Auckland on New Year's Eve.
Stress Factor, a three-year-old Majestic Son gelding, is prepared by top Allstars trainers, Mark Purdon and Natalie Rasmussen.