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Thursday, April 18, 2019
Deep Field added another impressive debut winner to his tally on Thursday when Riddle Me That powered clear to win as he pleased.

Trained by Matt Laurie, Riddle Me That worked forward to take the lead and gave a good kick off the turn to win the 1106 metre maiden at Benalla by two and a half lengths.

A big flashy chestnut with a baldy face, Riddle Me That was retained to race by his breeder and is the eighth winner from good producing Group III winner Justine Coup...
Saturday, April 13, 2019
Talented filly Foxborough went within a short half head of giving Australian Horse of the Year Dissident his first stakes-winner when she missed narrowly in the Listed ATC Fernhill Handicap at Randwick on Saturday.

The John Sargent trained filly finished fourth on debut at Hawkesbury last month, but showed serious stakes potential for the future with this fast finishing performance.

She hit the line hard to split two promising colts in Power Scheme and Extraordinary...
Saturday, April 13, 2019
Newgate Farm’s promising young sire Sizzling added a new metropolitan winner to his tally with a Sandown victory on Wednesday for Secret Blaze.

Fourth on debut in the Listed MRC Merson Cooper Stakes to Long Leaf in the spring, the Tony McEvoy trained Secret Blaze was spelled after one further start and returned to racing as a gelding this year.

Second at his first run back at Pakenham behind stakes class filly Cristal Eyes, he took plenty of benefit from that outing to score a tenacious nose win over 1400 metres...
Newgate Farm’s Deep Field is starting to build some real momentum, posting his third winner since the start of the month with a debut victory at the Sunshine Coast on Sunday for Chevy Nova.

Trained at the track by Stuart Kendrick, he was easy in the market but tenacious to the line in scoring a short half head win in the 1000 metre juvenile maiden.

A $20,000 Magic Millions National Yearling Sale purchase for his trainer from the Newgate Farm draft, Chevy Nova is a half-brother to stakes-winner Acrostar and is the third winner from Group I winner Nova Star...
Saturday, April 6, 2019
Promising young sire Wandjina featured with a brilliant debut winner at Morphettville on Saturday with Hearty Lass leading all the way for an impressive win.

Trained on the track by John Hyam, Hearty Lass showed good ability in her only previous trial win and ran right up to that indication when dominating her rivals to win the 1000 metre scamper by three and a half lengths.

A $40,000 Inglis Classic purchase from the Middlebrook Valley Lodge draft for her trainer and Cameron Cooke bloodstock, Hearty Lass is the fourth winner from stakes-winning Tale of the Cat mare Amazing Tale (USA)...
The $500,000 Group II WATC Karrakatta Plate is the premier event for juveniles in Western Australia with Deep Field gelding Dig Deep surging late to score a neck win in the 1200 metre feature.

Trained by Daniel and Ben Pearce and ridden by Jarrod Noske, Dig Deep improved off his last start fourth in the Listed WATC Perth Stakes to arrive with a well timed run and claim victory.

“You go to the sales to buy a horse and get a group of people together… this is what you dream about,” said Daniel Pearce...
Saturday, April 6, 2019
A $500,000 Inglis Australian Easter Yearling purchase from the Newgate Farm draft, blue-blooded two year-old Snitzel filly Meuse made it two wins in as many starts when saluting at Caulfield on Saturday.

The Anthony Freedman trained filly won her debut at Bendigo last month and stepped out in tougher grade to score a determined short head win in the open juvenile event over 1100 metres.

Bred by Blake Sandblom and Henry Field, Meuse was foaled and raised at Newgate and is the first winner for Group II winner Precious Lorraine, a full sister to stakes-winner Lucky Raquie from the family of champion sire Redoute’s Choice...
Wednesday, April 3, 2019
Astute trainer Mark Newnham unearthed a very promising youngster at Randwick on Wednesday in the juvenile maiden with a debut victory for Deep Field gelding Deep Sea.

Second in his only two previous trials, Deep Sea raced a little greenly and was inclined to be erratic in transit, but when angled into the clear by Josh Parr was able to hit the line hard and win the 1150 metre spring running away by a length and a quarter...
Monday, April 1, 2019
Fresh from siring two stakes-winners in the past month in Krone and Mystery Love, quality Northern Meteor stallion Eurozone will be heading to a new home this spring with the announcement he will be leaving Newgate Farm to stand at Bellereve Stud near Canberra.

Best known as the sire of smart Group II placed stakes-winner Krone, who recently won the Listed ATC Darby Munro Quality, and undefeated $150,000 Bendigo Guineas winner Mystery Love, Eurozone is a handsome individual representing one of the most exciting sire lines in the country...
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