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Monday, September 18, 2017
The official Sydney two year-old trials at Canterbury on Monday morning provided a great showcase for youngsters raised at Newgate Farm with five of our graduates finishing either first or second to gain an automatic start in the upcoming Listed ATC Breeders Plate and Gimcrack Stakes at Randwick next month.

A homebred for Mrs Belinda Bateman prepared by Peter and Paul Snowden, superbly bred Pierro filly Satin Slipper showed good race sense to settle off the pace and accelerate smoothly to the line to win comfortably...
Monday, September 18, 2017
Snitzel’s Group I winning son Sizzling put a winner on the board at the official two year-old trials at Canterbury on Monday morning with a professional effort from the Gary Moore trained colt Line Up Girls.

The compact chestnut took up the lead and stayed there, repelling all challengers to win his 900 metre heat by half a length.

A $160,000 Magic Millions Gold Coast March Yearling Sale purchase from the Gleeson Thoroughbreds draft for his trainer, Line Up Girls is from Crimson Belle, a three-quarter sister by Red Ransom (USA) to Group III winner Crimson Reign...
Monday, September 18, 2017
Coming off a weekend when he sired a new stakes-winner in Fox Swift and stakes performers Foxplay and Albumin, Foxwedge kept the momentum going with an impressive debut winner at Goulburn on Monday.

Prepared on the track by Danny Williams, three year-old filly Think Like a Fox was favourite for the 1300 metre maiden.

She settled back in the field and unwound a powerful finish to score a thrilling nose win to arrive right on the line...
Saturday, September 16, 2017
Progressive Foxwedge filly Fox Swift had her first taste of stakes company in Saturday's $120,000 Listed VRC Cap D'Antibes Stakes (1100m) and passed the test in style.

With the in-form Mark Zahra in the saddle, Fox Swift raced handy to the lead before striking the front 300 metres out.

She went to the line strongly to defeat the fast-finishing South Australian raider Split Lip by a short-neck...
Top class mare Savanna Amour burst back to her best form at Caulfield on Saturday with a tenacious win in the Group III MRC Cockram Stakes, her dam Savanna La Mar a confirmed booking to visit Newgate Farm’s brilliant Group I winning sprinter Flying Artie this spring.

A Group II and III winner last season as a three year-old filly, Savanna Amour has a myriad of Black Type options to look at during the spring and can doubtless add to her already impressive record of five wins from 11 starts with prizemoney topping $400,000...
Group III placed last season in the Kembla Classic, talented Snitzel mare Lubiton put the writing on the wall she was in for a good campaign when winning first up at Canterbury last month and went right on with the job when taking out the Listed Mona Lisa Stakes at Wyong on Friday.

Prepared by Bjorn Baker, Lubiton was sent out favourite and raced up on the pace for Glyn Schofield before forging clear to beat her stablemate Imposing Lass by the best part of a length in the 1350 metre sprint...
Monday, August 28, 2017

Popular Sydney owners Greg and Donna Kolivos enjoyed the highs of racing with their champion colt Pierro, but he’s not the only Group I winner to carry their easily recognized royal blue colours with the red lightning bolt.

Also providing the Kolivos family with Group I success was former star mare Diamond Drille, who delivered her first foal earlier this month at Newgate Farm.

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Sunday, August 27, 2017
Newgate Farm’s explosive Group winning sprinter Super One is cast in the image of his red hot sire I Am Invincible and his first foals would indicate he too is passing on his stunning good looks.

“We are really delighted with the feedback we have been receiving from breeders with early Super One foals,” said General Manager, Bruce Slade.

Filly Super One x Flying First Class – Ashleigh Thoroughbreds (image Joan Faras)

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Saturday, August 26, 2017
Champion sire Fastnet Rock featured with a very exciting winner at Moonee Valley on Saturday when three year-old filly Roomooz resumed to score a stylish victory over quality filly Tulip in an open fillies event that had all the hallmarks of a Black Type race without the actual Black Type.

"The formlines will be strong - that was a cracking fillies race," said trainer Tony McEvoy after Roomooz led around the home turn under Luke Currie then held off the late charge from Tulip to score by a nose...
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