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Friday, November 17, 2017
Denise Martin’s Star Thoroughbreds have enjoyed success at the highest level with Foxwedge mare Foxplay, but with that girl now enjoying a well-earned spell they have another daughter of the Newgate Farm sire to go on with over the summer.

Prepared by Chris Waller, four year-old mare Noire gave promise of better wins to come when resuming from a spell with a stylish effort at Canterbury on Friday night...
Monday, November 13, 2017
Newgate Farm shuttler The Factor added an eighth stakes-winner to his tally in the US over the weekend with promising two year-old colt A Different World taking out the $100,000 Grade III James Lewis Stakes at Laurel.

Trained by John Servis, A Different World was second on debut and then an easy winner at his next outing before stepping up to stakes company.

He led all the way and cruised home to win the six furlong sprint by two lengths...
Monday, November 13, 2017
Foxwedge has been enjoying a winning run of late with seven Southern Hemisphere winners since the start of this month and a new stakes-winner in the Northern Hemisphere on Sunday with Sadilla taking out Listed Premio Buontalenta Mem G Valiani in Italy.

The three year-old filly raced clear to win the 1m2f contest by a length and a quarter and has now won four of nine starts with four further placings...
Saturday, November 11, 2017
Adding to the success of Newgate Farm bred, raised and sold offspring at Flemington on Saturday was unbeaten three year-old Pierro gelding Kentucky Breeze, winner of the Listed VRC Emirates Airline Handicap over 1400 metres.

A narrow winner at Stawell on debut last month, the Levi Kavanagh trained Kentucky Breeze was easy in the market starting at $21.

He belied that lack of interest from punters, finding the line strongly to win by a long head and has now two from two earning $103,600 for his big group of owners...
Friday, November 10, 2017
Royally bred Pierro filly Pinot scored a dominant victory in the $1million Group I VRC Oaks at Flemington on Thursday.

Prepared by Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott, Pinot has been aimed at the VRC Oaks since the start of this preparation and planning and patience paid dividends when the powerhouse filly forged clear at the finish to win the 2500 metre marathon by a length and a quarter.

A touch slow from the gates, she recovered to travel smoothly for Steve Baster and ran the trip out strongly to defeat a pair of strong finishing fillies by High Chaparral (IRE) in Bring Me Roses and Hiyaam...
The top-priced weanling during the opening session of the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale was a daughter of Tapit out of Grade 1 winner My Conquestadory that sold for $775,000 to Baccari Bloodstock.

“Very, very nice filly, huge pedigree,” Chris Baccari of Baccari Bloodstock said. “She looked like the kind of filly that could develop into anything – really strong, and with her mother having the race record that she did, and being by Tapit...
Tuesday, November 7, 2017
Newgate Farm’s exciting young sire Sizzling made his mark on Cup Day to sire his very first winner.

Opening her account with a determined win at Murwillumbah was the Angela Plumb trained filly Sugar Sizzle, who carried the Aquis Farm colours to victory.

She beat older rivals to win the 900 metre open maiden by a short head with nearly five lengths back to the third horse, showing sharp improvement on her first outing at the Gold Coast last month when she raced greenly from the outside gate...
Group III placed last season in the Kembla Classic, talented Snitzel mare Lubiton has soared to new heights this campaign winning the Listed Mona Lisa Stakes at Wyong last month and then breaking the track record to win the Group III MVRC Tesio Stakes at Moonee Valley on Saturday.

The Bjorn Baker trained mare had been set for this race following some good recent runs in Sydney and delivered for connections when powering to the lead early before surging away to win by a length and a quarter...
Cambridge horseman Tony Pike has strengthened his hand for the Group I New Zealand 2000 Guineas (1600m) with exciting Sebring three year-old Ever Loyal booking his spot with a facile victory in the Listed Zacinto Stakes at Riccarton on Saturday.

Ever Loyal is now an $8 chance in the Guineas after his victory romp under jockey Jason Waddell.

They crossed from a wide gate to race in second spot and were left sitting ducks before the turn, but Ever Loyal kept going to the line to win 1600 metre feature in good style...
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