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Monday, February 18, 2019
Sent out a short priced favourite at Ascot in Perth on Saturday for the open juvenile event, talented Sizzling filly Amelia’s on Fire produced a stylish debut victory.

The Simon Miller trained filly was third in the run and quickly zoomed past her rivals down the running to win the 1000 metre scamper by a length and a half.

A $100,000 Inglis Australian Weanling Sale purchase for Aquanita Racing from the Davali Thoroughbreds draft, Amelia’s on Fire is the fourth winner from Zugat, a half-sister by King Cugat (USA) to stakes-winner Unison from Group III winner Zedagal...
Wednesday, February 13, 2019
Newgate Farm enjoyed outstanding results at the 2019 Inglis Classic Yearling Sale finishing as the leading vendor by aggregate for the second year in a row.

Newgate sold 33 yearlings for $3million to a broad range of buyers over the entire price spectrum providing an outstanding result for our clients.

Our best result came with a cracking Written Tycoon colt from Queenie that made $400,000 when snapped up by Blue Sky Bloodstock / Dream Thoroughbreds / Anthony Freedman / Bluegrass Bloodstock...
Wednesday, February 13, 2019
The juvenile maiden at Warwick Farm on Wednesday looked a strong affair on paper with victory going to talented Wandjina colt Deep Chill, who will now be aimed towards Group I races such as the ATC Sires Produce Stakes and Champagne Stakes.

Trained by David Payne, Deep Chill was fifth to subsequent $2million Inglis Millennium winner Castelvecchio when making his debut at Canterbury last month and then finished a good third to McLaren in the Group III ATC Canonbury Stakes on February 2...
A hot first session at the Inglis Classic Yearling Sale on Saturday evening produced a big result for our promising young sire Dissident with a stunning filly from Sonnenblume fetching $340,000 to be the second highest priced horse sold on the night.

Consigned by Carramar Park, the filly had a big pedigree update as she is a half-sister to this season’s impressive two year-old winner Garibaldi and was snapped up by Stuart Boman of Blandford Bloodstock...
Saturday, February 9, 2019

Our exciting young sire Deep Field added two new stakes horses to his tally on Saturday with Hawker Hurricane a strong finishing third in the Group III MRC Blue Diamond Prelude at Caulfield and Cosmic Force a fine second in the Listed ATC Lonhro Plate at Warwick Farm.

The Mike Moroney trained Hawker Hurricane won his only previous start when taking out the $200,000 Magic Millions Clockwise Classic at Ballarat in November last year...

Tuesday, February 5, 2019
Astute country trainer Tracey Bartley has a happy knack for unearthing smart horses from humble beginnings and this up and comer has put the spotlight on the Highway Session of the Inglis Classic Yearling Sale next week.

A debut winner at Hawkesbury last November, three year-old Eurozone gelding McCormack reappeared in the Class Two sprint over 1000 metres and proved much too good for the hot favourite Royal Witness from the Joe Pride stable...
Monday, February 4, 2019
Running a brave third behind McLaren in the Group III ATC Canonbury Stakes at Rosehill last Saturday was the David Payne trained Wandjina colt Deep Chill.

Having just his second start following a debut fifth at Canterbury last month, Deep Chill tracked the leaders all the way and despite overracing in the middle stages stuck on well to gain some Black Type.

A half-brother to Group III winner Dreamforce, Deep Chill was a $120,000 Magic Millions purchase from the Kitchwin Hills draft and runs for well known Sydney owner breeder John Cordina...
Sent off a hot favourite off the back of a couple of impressive barrier trial wins, the Peter and Paul Snowden-trained colt McLaren looked the consummate professional on debut in the Group III ATC Canonbury Stakes (1100m) at Rosehill on Saturday.

James McDonald settled the son of Exceed And Excel just off the pace before taking control at the 300 metres to safely hold the determined finish of Spring Loaded to win by three-quarters of a length with promising Wandjina colt Deep Chill one and three-quarter lengths back in third...
Thursday, January 31, 2019
Australian Horse of the Year Dissident added a new winner to his tally on Thursday at Pakenham when the Tony McEvoy trained colt Outlandos saluted.

Outlandos showed the benefit of race fitness and experience to zoom home from off the pace and win the 1200 metre maiden by more than a length at his third start.

A $300,000 Magic Millions purchase from the Newgate Farm draft for McEvoy Mitchell Racing, Outlandos is the second winner from stakes-placed Fastnet Rock mare Rocksan...
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