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The powerful Peter and Paul Snowden stable produced an impressive debut winner for Deep Field at Kembla on Saturday with talented colt Californiadeepshot setting a new track record for 1000 metres.

Easy in the market when sent off at odds of $10, he had no trouble beating his stablemate and short priced favourite Penang, a daughter of I Am Invincible also having her first start.

Californiadeepshot was allowed to find his feet by Adrian Layt and found himself back to last at one stage, but produced a sustained finishing burst that carried him straight past the leaders to win by more than a length in a sizzling 55...
Wednesday, August 14, 2019
Australian Horse of the Year and now promising young sire Dissident broke the ice with his first winner of the new season in the best way possible with a debut victory at Warwick Farm on Wednesday for three year-old colt Reformist.

Trained by Chris Waller and ridden by James McDonald, Reformist was overlooked by punters and went to the post at odds of $26, but unleashed a powerful finish from back in the field to charge home and win the 1300 metre maiden by a head over the favourite, I Am Invincible gelding Hulk, a full brother to Group I winner Hellbent...
Sunday, August 11, 2019
Deep Field racked up his 23rd first crop winner at Bendigo on Sunday when three year-old filly Chivargo scored a determined victory on heavy ground.

Midfield on debt last month, she made light of the testing conditions to win the 1300 metre maiden by a long neck.

Trained by Matt Ellerton and Simon Zahra, Chivargo runs in the colours of super successful Victorian owner breeders Barrie and Midge Griffiths and was a $110,000 Inglis Premier purchase from the draft of Blue Gum Farm...
Enigmatic galloper So Si Bon had never won first up in five previous preparations, but the talented son of So You Think changed all that at Flemington on Saturday when powering clear to win the Group III VRC Aurie’s Star Handicap over 1200 metres.

Fresh and ready to fire the Hayes Dabernig trained six year-old travelled well back in the field for Luke Nolen and surged to the line to win by a length taking his overall record to three wins and 11 placigns from 38 starts with prizemoney in excess of $700,000...
Newgate Farm will welcome visitors on Saturday morning August 24 for two stallion parades showcasing our sensational roster of exciting young sires ranging in price from $11,000 to $55,000.

Our stallions, headed by Capitalist, Russian Revolution and Deep Field, will be paraded during two sessions at 8.45am and 10.30am with all visitors welcome and no RSVP required.

Deep Field has delighted his supporters in the past 12 months siring 21 first crop winners to be the leading Hunter Valley based first season sire by winners for 2018/2019 and we have much to look forward to in 2020 as the first yearlings by Capitalist, Flying Artie, Extreme Choice and Winning Rupert hit sale rings around the country...
Monday, August 5, 2019
Our exciting young sire Deep Field wasted no time posting his first winner of the new season with a tenacious victory at Kembla on Saturday for progressive three year-old Chat.

The John Thompson trained gelding didn’t have much luck in his first three starts, but ridden a positive race from gate three he was up on the pace all the way and strong to the line winning the 1400 metre open maiden by half a neck...
Saturday, August 3, 2019
Newgate Farm’s Wandjina made a winning start to the new season with a debut winner on Friday from the powerful Lindsay Park racing team in Grand Diamond.

The three year-old filly travelled smoothly in fourth place and then surged to the line to win the 1200 metre maiden at Ballarat by a length and a quarter.

A $20,000 purchase from the Inglis Australian Weanling Sale from the Watson Bloodstock draft, Grand Diamond is the  first winner for Grand Excess, a half-sister by Exceed and Excel to Group III winner Stand Tall and stakes-winner Seul Amour...
Sunday, July 28, 2019
Deep Field is finishing the racing season with a flurry of winners including promising gelding Go Deep, who added to the tally with a dominant win at the Sunshine Coast on Sunday.

Sent out a hot favourite following an unlucky second on debut at the same venue earlier this month, the Darryl Hansen trained youngster tracked the leader and powered clear to win the 1000 metre scamper by more than two lengths...
Saturday, July 27, 2019
Newgate Farm’s exciting young sire Deep Field added a 20th first crop winner to his tally with an impressive debut victory at Morphettville on Saturday for Deep Force.

The Tony McEvoy trained gelding was a hot favourite and led all the way to win the 1050 metre scamper by a length and a quarter as a hot favourite.

An $80,000 Inglis Classic purchase from the Riversdale draft for McEvoy Mitchell Racing, Deep Force is a half-brother to stakes-placed Kapset and is the fifth winner from good producer Kapala, a half-sister to Group I Cox Plate winner Pinker Pinker...
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2019 Fee $55,000 inc GST 
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2019 Fee $27,500 inc GST 
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