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Monday, January 15, 2018
While one Northern Meteor son in Zoustar was tasting success on the racetrack with his first crop daughter Sunlight winning the $2million Magic Millions 2YO Classic, another in Newgate Farm’s Deep Field finished Magic Millions Book One as the leading first season sire by average and aggregate.

Newgate Farm have always had a huge opinion of Group II winning sprinter Deep Field and when he was priced at $22,000 to kick off his career we fielded an avalanche of interest from breeders...
Monday, January 15, 2018
With two Group I winners on his resume, our foundation sire Foxwedge is now a well-established source of serious stakes horses, his popularity reflected in some great results at the 2018 Magic Millions Yearling Sale.

Foxwedge had 13 yearlings offered in Book One with 12 selling at average $155,000 with his best result a gorgeous filly from Group III winner Galapagos Girl that made $425,000 for Cressfield when purchased by Gerald Ryan...
Thursday, January 11, 2018
Scoring a brilliant debut win on Friday for the Nick Olive stable was promising filly Sizzling Belle, the second winner for Newgate Farm’s Group I winning Snitzel son Sizzling.

A hot favourite for the 1000 metre juvenile maiden at Wagga, Sizzling Belle flew across from the outside gate in the field of six to lead easily and cruised home to win with ears pricked by nearly three lengths.

A $50,000 Magic Millions National Yearling Sale purchase for her trainer from the Element Hill draft, Sizzling Belle is the third winner from stakes-placed Magic Albert mare Greenmount Belle...
Thursday, January 11, 2018
Newgate Farm’s Deep Field and Dissident are making play as the top two leading first season sires after the first two sessions of the 2018 Magic Millions Yearling Sale.

Deep Field has had 21 yearlings average $244,048, while Dissident has had 20 average $211,750.

Northern Meteor’s record breaking son Deep Field has also had a slight edge over Dissident in terms of single best result for a first season sire with his colt from Reggae making $675,000 for Kia Ora Stud on Wednesday when secured by Justin Bahen for Orbis Bloodstock...
Monday, January 1, 2018
Newgate Farm’s foundation sire Foxwedge sired his second Group I winner in New Zealand on New Year’s Day when his high class daughter Volpe Veloce scored a well-deserved victory at the elite level.

Visiting Australian jockey Jake Bayliss celebrated his biggest career win when he drove four year-old Volpe Veloce to victory in the Group I Sistema Railway (1200m) at Ellerslie.

Bayliss has created plenty of attention with his immediate success since arriving in New Zealand on a short-term contract for the summer...
Tuesday, December 26, 2017
The two year-old maiden at Randwick on Boxing Day was a competitive affair featuring some well-bred types with the John Thompson trained Foxwedge filly Into the Abyss emerging triumphant.

She travelled well up on the pace for Glyn Schofield and kicked clear down the running to win the 1000 metre scamper by a length and quarter in race record time.

“She was very impressive today, it was effortless at the end,” said Schofield...
Sunday, December 17, 2017
The open juvenile event at Caulfield on Saturday looked a high class contest on paper featuring a strong representation of bluebloods and expensive yearlings with victory going to Charge Forward colt Ollivander, a $70,000 Inglis Classic purchase from the draft of Newgate Farm.

Ollivander was among the last to begin under Chris Symons who took advantage of an inside barrier and drove up into a midfield spot...
Foxwedge enjoyed a winning run on Saturday with four winners in Australia and New Zealand highlighted by victories for quality mares Volpe Veloce at Ellerslie and Noire at Rosehill.

A multiple Group winner at three, Volpe Veloce has firmed to outright favouritism for the Group I Sistema Railway (1200m) on New Year’s Day following her blistering return to racing.

The four-year-old accounted for Group I winners Heroic Valour, Melody Belle and Rangipo when she powered to victory in Saturday’s Ray White NZ (1200m) at Ellerslie in an impressive dress rehearsal for the Group I Sistema Railway...
Thursday, November 30, 2017
Newgate Farm’s dashing grey shuttler The Factor (USA) opened his account in Australia on Friday with a stylish last to first win at Canberra for promising two year-old The Unknown Factor.

Trained on the track by Gratz Vella, he was second in a barrier trial last month and was well fancied on debut in the 1000 metre maiden.

A tardy getaway saw the grey gelding settle at the tail of the field for Richard Bensley, who rode him patiently saving ground along the fence...
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