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Wednesday, October 16, 2019
The Warwick Farm meeting on Wednesday in Sydney produced smart metropolitan winners for both Dissident and Sizzling.

Stakes-placed at his final run last season at two, the Chris Waller trained Dissident gelding Pancho indicated he was on track for a good spring campaign when scoring a neck win beating older horses in the Benchmark 78 event over 1600m at his second run back from a spell.

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...
Newgate young guns Deep Field and Dissident both posted smart maiden winners at Newcastle on Tuesday and also featured at the Magic Millions 2YO’s in Training Sale at the Gold Coast with some outstanding results highlighted by Dissident producing the second highest priced offering of the sale when his colt from Demanding Queen sold for $320,000.

The Dissident colt from Demanding Queen colt offered by O'Gorman Racing and sold to Barbara Moore and was a successful pinhook having been bought for just $55,000 from the Inglis Classic Yearling Sale...
Monday, October 14, 2019
Two heats for juveniles at the Randwick barrier trials on Monday morning produced a super impressive win for a first crop son of fertility troubled $7million earner Criterion.

The Peter and Paul Snowden trained Criterion colt Blaze a Trail did just that, leading all the way for James McDonald and opening up to win the 735 metre scamper by six and a half lengths.

A homebred for Sir Owen Glenn’s Go Bloodstock, who also bred and raced his sire Criterion, Blaze a Trail looked a serious prospect with this powerhouse win...
Saturday, October 12, 2019
A brilliant Group III winner last season at two, exciting Deep Field colt showed he was ready for his spring grand final of the Group I VRC Coolmore Stud Stakes with a brilliant front running win in the Group II ATC Roman Consul Stakes at Randwick on Saturday running race record time.

He led throughout for Tim Clark to win the 1200 metre sprint by a length and a quarter beating previously undefeated colt Standout, who beat him narrowly last time when he was resuming from a spell...
Saturday, October 12, 2019
Exciting young stayer Shadow Hero scoring a dominant win in the Group I ATC Spring Champion Stakes over 2000 metres at Randwick on Saturday.

Raised and sold by Newgate Farm, the Mark Newnham-trained Pierro gelding was a hot favourite and zoomed home from back in the field to overhaul the leaders and win by a length for Josh Parr over last season’s Group I winning colt Castelvecchio.

For trainer Mark Newnham it was back to back wins in the race as he won the Spring Champion Stakes last year with classy filly Maid of Heaven...
Friday, October 11, 2019
There was a big rap on Okay Pal heading into his debut performance at Phar Lap Raceway on Friday and the Michael and Matthew Pitman-trained three-year-old son of Dissident didn’t disappoint.

He pinged out of his outside barrier in the 14 horse field to take an early lead for jockey Sam Weatherley and never looked back, kicking clear in the straight to win the Equine Veterinary Services Dash (1200m) by three lengths...
Sunday, October 6, 2019
Talented Dissident filly Foxborough was stakes-placed last season at two and again showed the promise of better things to come when finishing third to glamour fillies Funstar and Probabeel in the Group I ATC Flight stakes at Randwick on Saturday.

The John Sargent trained filly was having only her second run back this preparation and will take benefit from the run going forward.

Placed at four of her six starts so far, Foxborough has already won over $90,000 in prizemoney...
Sunday, October 6, 2019
Newgate Farm purchased an interest in Brutal after he won the Group I ATC Doncaster Mile in April and the decision to keep the handsome son of O'Reilly in training as a 4-year-old looks set to pay off bigtime following an impressive return to racing in Saturday's $500,000 Group II ATC Premiere Stakes (1200m).

Trained by John, Michael and Wayne Hawkes, Brutal may have earned himself a shot at the $14 million The Everest after denting a few reputations on Saturday...
Sunday, October 6, 2019
The winners keep coming for exciting young sire Deep Field with talented colt Kavak showing himself as a Magic Millions contender with an easy debut victory at Eagle Farm on Saturday for the Chris Munce stable.

Kavak jumped from the outside in a field of 10 and led all the way to win the 1000 metre scamper by a length.

“He’s a really good colt and been a natural from day one,” Munce said...
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