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Newgate young guns Capitalist, Extreme Choice and Winning Rupert all had six figure sales at the Inglis Great Southern Weanling Sale this week.

Golden Slipper winner Capitalist sired five weanlings that averaged $100,600, Blue Diamond winner Extreme Choice had three weanlings average $90,667 and record breaking sprinter Winning Rupert had six weanlings average $54,000.

Burnewang North had a great result with their Capitalist colt from Feeling Positive that made $155,000 to the bid of IDK Racing, who will re-offer the colt as a yearling next year...
Victoria is the home state of champion sire Written Tycoon, so it only seemed fitting that his burgeoning sire sons Capitalist and Winning Rupert should make a big splash on the first day of the Inglis Great Southern Sale on Sunday.

Burnewang North had a great result with their Capitalist colt from Feeling Positive that made $155,000 to the bid of IDK Racing, who will re-offer the colt as a yearling next year...
Speedy Dissident filly Yitai Synergy scored her second win with a brilliant front-running effort at Muswellbrook on Sunday.

The Peter and Paul Snowden trained filly cast off maiden status two starts ago at Kembla before striking heavy ground when unplaced at Randwick.

She rebounded quickly in the open 900 metre juvenile event, zooming through to lead before cruising home a soft three-quarter length winner as a hot favourite...
Quality Dissident colt Disruptor scored a well-deserved dominant win at Warwick Farm on Wednesday for a happy group of Darby Racing owners.

Prepared by Gary Portelli, Disruptor was second to subsequent Group II winner Anaheed when making his debut in the $125,000 ATC Victory Vein Plate back in October and was then sent for a spell.

Second when returning at Randwick in April, he was then sent to Brisbane where he performed well in the Group II BRC Champagne Classic and Sires Produce Stakes...
Tuesday, June 11, 2019
After exploding on the scene with an eight and a quarter length romp over 1050 metres at Morphettville in January, the Phillip Stokes-trained Sizzlefly will be given her chance at the Melbourne spring carnival after she kept her record perfect with a dominant performance over 1000 metres at Mornington on Monday.

Given a confident ride by stable apprentice Kayla Crowther, Sizzlefly was given plenty of time to find her feet early, before Crowther got her in the running line, three deep with cover and it was a matter of how far in the straight...
Saturday, June 8, 2019
Sent off a short-priced favourite to make a winning career debut in a two-year-old handicap over 1250 metres at Taree on Friday, the Clare Cunningham-trained Big Parade gave his supporters little cause for concern.

After being caught wide early, Corey Brown had the son of Deep Field loping along sweetly behind the leaders Rumpshaker and Furphy. When given his head, Big Parade quickly put a space on his rivals, going to the line untouched and with ears pricked to win by more than two lengths...
Wednesday, June 5, 2019
Switched to Melbourne after two midfield finishes in Sydney metropolitan races, promising two year-old Dissident gelding Pancho relished the heavy ground and hit the line hard to break his maiden at Sandown on Wednesday.

Stepping out to 1400 metres, Pancho was strong to the line to win by a short head becoming the fifth first crop winner for Australian Horse of the Year, Dissident.

Bred by Sledmere Stud, Pancho made $150,000 as a weanling at the Magic millions National Sale when bought by Hancock Quality Bloodstock (FBAA)/Newgate Farm and was then re-offered by Newgate at the Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale fetching $165,000 to the bid of Laurel Oak Bloodstock...
Wednesday, June 5, 2019
A long overdue victory for talented Sizzling two year-old filly Blazing Miss at Canterbury on Wednesday continued a hot run of recent success for Newgate Farm sold juveniles including last Saturday’s Brisbane stakes-winner Shadow Hero and highly promising Exceed and Excel colt Exceedance.

The Mark Newnham trained Blazing Miss was fourth last year in the $500,000 Inglis Nursery, behind classy colts Accession and Strasbourg, who will contest the Group I BRC JJ Atkins Classic this weekend and also third this year in the Group II ATC Widden Stakes...
Tuesday, June 4, 2019
Two wins in as many starts has made the Kris Lees trained Wandjina filly Wandabaa a popular girl with her large group of owners put together by Australian Bloodstock.

Wandabaa was a short priced favourite for the 1100 metre open juvenile event at Armidale on Tuesday, carrying 58kg to a soft length and a half win and is now undefeated on two barrier trials and two races.

A $36,000 Inglis Classic purchase from the Ascot Park draft for Australian Bloodstock, Wandabaa was bred by Bob Hannon and is the fourth winner from four to race from Mabkhara, a half-sister to Group III placed Lucky Eighty Eight from the family of Group I winners Rewaaya and Sense of Occasion...
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2019 Fee $55,000 inc GST 
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2019 Fee $44,000 inc GST 
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2019 Fee $27,500 inc GST 
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2019 Fee $22,000 inc GST 
View Image Flying Artie
2019 Fee $27,500 inc GST 
View Image Menari
2019 Fee $16,500 inc GST 
View Image Russian Revolution
2019 Fee $55,000 inc GST 
View Image Sizzling
2019 Fee $11,000 inc GST 
View Image Super One
2019 Fee $11,000 inc GST 
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2019 Fee $22,000 inc GST 
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2019 Fee $16,500 inc GST 
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