Newgate Sold Group Two Winner

Sunday, May 14, 2017


Opening his stakes account with a fast finishing win in the Group II BRC Moet Champagne Classic at Doomben on Saturday was two year-old Snitzel colt Tangled, a $310,000 Inglis Easter purchase for Chris Waller Racing from the Newgate Farm draft.

Tangled was stepping right up in class having won his maiden at Wyong on April 19 at his third start and rose to the challenge.

He powered home to win the 1200 metre contest by half a length and has now won over $150,000 in prizemoney for his big team of owners who include Henry Field Bloodstock and Matthew Sandblom, who bred the colt.

"We didn't keep him back for the Queensland carnival by design, he is a late maturer who put his hand up a few weeks ago when he won a maiden race quite impressively," Waller said.

"We thought we would bring him up here and see how good he is – but he certainly proved today over 1200m he has got a lot of class.

"The (Group I) JJ Atkins looks a logical race for him and he should relish that trip.”

A three-quarter brother to Listed winner Maules Creek and a half-brother to Singapore Group III winner Sebrose, Tangled is one of six winners from Group I NZ Oaks heroine Bramble Rose the Champion 3YO Stayer in NZ in 2002-03 and NZ Bloodstock Filly of the Year 2002-03.

Bramble Rose was covered last spring by Dissident

STALLIONS

Sale: stallions-standing
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2017 Fee $55,000 inc GST 
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