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Australian Horse Of The Year Dissident looks to have a bright prospect in the Lindsay Park trained filly Aidensfield, who made it two wins in as many starts when scoring an ultra impressive victory at Sandown on Sunday.

Ridden by Daniel Stackhouse, Aidensfield carried 60kg in the 1200m fillies event and was far too good, coasting clear of her rivals to win by three and a half lengths.

Sporting the familiar brown with white epaulettes silks of the Henderson family, Aidensfield was purchased by Lindsay Park Racing/Andrew Williams Bloodstock for $125,000 out of the Newgate Farm consignment at the 2019 Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale...
Wednesday, May 20, 2020
A resurgent Wandjina featured at Randwick on Wednesday when the Australian Bloodstock owned filly Wandabaa made it five wins from 10 starts as she powered home to win in style.

The Kris Lees trained filly won her first three races in succession last year and has been working through the grades since then.

A last start winner at Doomben back in February, she’d been given a freshen up since then and finished like an express train to nail race favourite Spaceboy on the line to win by half a neck...

Deep Field is looking to set a record this season for Australian winners sired by a second crop stallion, a record held by his sire Northern Meteor, with a talented winner at Ballarat on Monday adding to his tally.

Trained by Tony and Calvin McEvoy, three year-old gelding Dimaggio was resuming from a lengthy spell following a fourth placing at his only previous start back in May last year...

Joe O’Neill’s Prime Thoroughbreds colours have had a lot of success this season on top class filly Rubisaki, but not far behind is progressive Deep Field filly Fituese, who stepped up to win her first Black Type race when taking out the Listed Denise’s Joy Stakes (1100m) at Rosehill on Saturday.

The John Thompson trained filly was breathtakingly good when resuming from a spell to win at Randwick on May 2 and confirmed her potential with this performance against a strong field of fillies...

The Alligator Blood team of trainer David Vandyke, jockey Ryan Maloney and owner Allan Endresz believe they have another horse to follow in the footsteps of their stable star and he bolted in on debut at the Sunshine Coast on Friday.

Earlier this week Allan Endresz spoke to Racenet about the prospects of two year-old Wandjina colt Wolf Moon, who cantered home to win the 1200 metre maiden by more than three lengths as a heavily backed favourite...
Wednesday, May 13, 2020
For the second time in the past week, Australian Horse of the Year Dissident has sired an impressive metropolitan debut juvenile winner with Aidensfield scoring at Caulfield last Saturday and the John O’Shea trained colt Acrophobic saluting at Warwick Farm on Wednesday.

Second at his only three previous trials, Acrophobic was sent out favourite for the 1400 metre juvenile contest and with James McDonald in the saddle surged to the line to win comfortably by half a length...
Tuesday, May 12, 2020
One of four first crop winners for Newgate Farm’s young I Am Invincible son Super One, Lucky Shadow made it two wins from three starts when scoring at Taree on Tuesday.

Trained by Bob Milligan, Lucky Shadow won her debut at Tamworth last month and was then third in the $30,000 Romantic Dream Plate at the same venue.

She settled midfield and was strong to the line for Grant Buckley to win the 1000 metre dash by a long neck...

The top priced offering at the Inglis Australian Broodmare Sale over the weekend was Villa San Michele, who fetched $260,000 with a positive test to Deep Field in her first season at stud.

Consigned by Segenhoe Stud and bought by Yu Long Investments, Villa San Michele is an unraced Medaglia D’Oro (USA) daughter of Group III winner Florentina from the Twyla branch of the Dancing Show family that has given us champion sire Redoute’s Choice and Group I winners such as Shoals and Manhattan Rain...

Saturday, May 9, 2020
Australian Horse Of The Year Dissident looks to have a bright prospect in the David and Ben Hayes and Tom Dabernig-trained filly Aidensfield, who made a winning career debut in Saturday’s Super VOBIS Noel Rundle Hcp (1200m) at Caulfield.

Ridden by Daniel Stackhouse, Aidensfield tracked the early speed set by River Twain and Show Some Decorum. She still had a bit to do when eased out four wide at the 200 metres before finishing powerfully to defeat the omen tip Out Of Isolation by one and quarter lengths...
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