Newgate Sold Double at Canterbury

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Scoring a winning double at Canterbury on Wednesday were progressive four year-olds Lubiton and Street Pursuit, both purchased as yearlings from Newgate Farm.

Group III placed last season in the Kembla Classic, talented Snitzel mare Lubiton indicated she’s in for a good campaign when resuming form a spell to win over 1250 metres by more than two lengths as favourite.

Prepared by Bjorn Baker, Lubiton was a $250,000 Inglis Easter purchase from the Newgate Farm draft and runs for Steve and Louise Gillard.

With three wins from 12 starts, Lubiton has already won nearly $160,000 and is the first winner for Rosa Stellata, a Zabeel daughter of Group I winner Camino Rose.

She was a successful pinhook for Newgate, having been bought as a weanling for $150,000 from Bell View Park.

The Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott trained gelding Street Pursuit made it back to back wins at Canterbury when snatching a nose win over 1900 metres.

A $240,000 Inglis Premier purchase from the Newgate Farm draft for Waterhouse, Street Pursuit has won four of nine starts earning over $90,000 for his big group of owners.

Bred by Nick Vass and foaled and raised at Newgate, Street Pursuit is by Street Cry (IRE) from Group III placed Flying Success, a half-sister to Group III winner Squamosa.


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