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A brilliant record breaking sprinter on the track, Northern Meteor’s fastest son Deep Field has now made an indelible mark as a sire becoming the most successful second crop sire of winners in history.

At the end of the 2019/2020 racing season, Deep Field can look back on a busy 12 months siring 86 winners of 131 races that earned $5.3million in prizemoney.

70 of those winners were three year-old winners making Deep Field also the leading overall sire for winners of that age...

Newgate Farm’s young gun Russian Revolution had the second highest priced weanling at the Magic Millions National Sale on Friday with his colt from Silent Cash fetching $200,000.

Offered by the Newgate Consignment and purchased by Cangon/ Sledmere Stud as a pinhook prospect he is a half-brother to Group III winner Get the Nod from Silent Cash, a great grand-daughter of Group III winner Golden Twig...

Wednesday, July 29, 2020

Dual Group I winning I Am Invincible mare Viddora was tipped as the highlight mare on day three of the Magic Millions National Broodmare Sale and duly produced some fiscal fireworks when purchased by Yulong for $2.55million from the Newgate Consignment.

Offered in absentia, Viddora was presented in foal to star European sire Lope de Vega in her first season at stud on a 25th September cover...

Sunday, July 26, 2020
Promising young Newgate Farm sire Super One added a ninth first crop winner to his tally with a debut winner on Sunday in One Lotto.

The John Keys trained gelding scored an easy length and a half win at Devonport over 1150m.

One Lotto was a successful pinhook, bought by his trainer for $45,000 at the Magic Millions Tasmanian Yearling Sale from the Armidale Stud draft after first being sold for $20,000 at the Inglis Australian Weanling Sale from the Middlebrook Valley Lodge draft...
Thursday, July 23, 2020
Former outstanding racehorse Criterion has had well documented fertility troubles at stud producing just 14 foals from his first crop and one of them made an impressive winning debut at Canterbury on Wednesday.

Prepared by Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott, Yardstick had impressed in recent t rials and was favourite for the 1100m colts and geldings maiden.

He worked forward for Nash Rawiller to take the lead and controlled the race to his liking before going on to score a stylish length win...
Sunday, July 19, 2020
Deep Field three year-old Spaceboy has struck a real purple patch of form during the winter months landing his third consecutive win at Randwick on Saturday for the Gary Portelli stable.

Partnered by Kathy O’Hara, who had won on him at his two previous starts, Spaceboy again set the pace in front and was tenacious on the line to win by a short half head.

A $200,000 Magic Millions purchase for his trainer from the Aquis Farm draft, Spaceboy showed ability from the start placing behind Tassort, Unite and Conquer and Splintex at his first three starts as a juvenile...
Wednesday, July 15, 2020
The winners keep coming for Deep Field and one of his most prolific winners has been two year-old filly Hancora Field, who notched her fourth victory from seven starts at Eagle Farm on Wednesday.

Trained by Leon Ross, Hancora Field finished second on debut at the Gold Coast on January 25 and has been a busy girl since then.

Resuming from a short spell to win last month at the Sunshine Coast, she was sent out favourite today for the 1200m open juvenile event and scored by a long head...
Sunday, July 12, 2020
Newgate Farm’s outstanding young sire Deep Field made some history on Sunday siring his 81st Australian winner this season to surpass the record of his sire Northern Meteor, who sired 80 winners as a second crop sire in 2013/2014.

The history maker came at Hawkesbury with the Peter and Paul Snowden trained three year-old filly Hit the High Note breaking her maiden over 1800m by a length after placing at her two previous starts...

Deep Field might be making history in Australia as the most successful second crop sire ever by winners, but he’s also making waves in Hong Kong siring yet another impressive winner at Sha Tin on Sunday in Sky Field.

The Caspar Fownes trained three year old gelding was fourth and second at his previous two starts and was sent out a hot favourite for the 1200m class four event.

Under Joao Moreira, Sky Field gave his rivals a galloping lesson, opening up to win by four lengths...

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