One to Watch – Sha Tin

Tara Madgwick - Sunday May 31

The Sha Tin meeting on Sunday produced an explosive first starter by Deep Field that clocked a sub 56 second gallop in the 1000 metre Class Four.

Trained by Frankie Lor and ridden by Vincent Ho, three year-old gelding Winning Dreamer was a short priced favourite and punters were obviously on the right track.



He ran up to his good trial form, surging away over the last 100 metres to score by nearly two lengths in a dominant display.

“He has a bright future and hopefully he’ll be in Group races in time,” Ho said of the 2.4 favourite. “He jumped well and relaxed really nicely in the race and just kept going.

“He’s still got a lot to learn but it’s been better each time he’s had a barrier trial – he was very green and he settled more on the turn in his last trial.”

Lor was pleased with his debutant who may be seen in action again before the campaign wraps up on 15 July.

“He’s got quality but he’s still green and was laying in through the final stages, so I’d like to give him one more run before the end of the season,” Lor said.

A $300,000 Karaka Book 1 purchase for Tartan Meadow Bloodstock / Mr Peter KS So from the Haunui Farm draft, Winning Dreamer is a half-brother to stakes-winner Ocean Jewel.

Winning Dreamer - image HKJC

He is the fourth winner from Group III placed Markisa, who is also the grand-dam of Group winners The Real Beel and Catch Me.

A member of the illustrious Eight Carat (GB) family, Markisa is a half-sister to Group I winner Shower of Roses and daughter of Group I winner Marquise.

Winning Dreamer is the fourth winner in Hong Kong for Deep Field, who has enjoyed incredible success this season with over 70 winners making him the leading second crop sire by winners and also the leading sire of three year-old winners ahead of Snitzel, Fastnet Rock and I Am Invincible.

Deep Field stands at Newgate Farm at a fee of $55,000.

Deep Field



 

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Race Result - Piper's Hill Hcp (C4) 1000m

Sha Tin Track: Good Time: 0:55.59
1
Winning Dreamer
T: F C Lor J: C Y Ho 56.5
3g Deep Field (AUS) x Markisa (NZ) (Danehill (USA))
NZB Karaka - Book 1 $300,000
V:Haunui Farm
B: Tartan Meadow Bloodstock / Mr Peter KS So
2
1.8
Fabulous Eight
T: P Yiu J: J Moreira 59.5
4g Dream Ahead (USA) x Coco Kerringle (AUS) (Exceed And Excel (AUS))
NZB Ready To Run Sale of 2YOs $170,000
V:Wellfield Lodge
B: Mr R Yiu
Inglis Classic Yearling Sale $70,000
V:Sledmere Stud, Scone
B: M Breslin / P Didham Partnership
MM National Weanling Sale Select Session $100,000
V:Bell River Thoroughbreds Wellington NSW
B: Beamish Bloodstock International
3
4.6
Super Kin
T: C Fownes J: N Callan 57.5
5g Magic Albert (AUS) x Arms Wide Open (AUS) (Encosta De Lago (AUS))
Inglis Classic Yearling Sale $60,000
V:Yarraman Park Stud, Scone
B: Lees Racing
4
5.0
Nextmodel
T: T P Yung J: M Chadwick 56
4g Stratum (AUS) x Rock On Bye (AUS) (Octagonal (NZ))
MM Gold Coast Yearling Sale Book 2 $60,000
V:Rosari Farm Warwick Qld
B: New Zealand Bloodstock
5
6.8
El Jefe
T: C H Yip J: A Hamelin 57.5
4g Bernardini (USA) x Nedjma (USA) (Royal Academy (USA))
6
6.9
Sparkling Dolphin
T: Y S Tsui J: H N Wong 52.5
3g Exceed And Excel (AUS) x Perfect Hostess (NZ) (Dehere (USA))
MM Gold Coast 2YOs In Training Sale $210,000
V:Nolen Racing Benalla Vic
B: Magus Equine Ltd
MM National Yearling Sale $60,000
V:Bhima Thoroughbreds Scone NSW
B: Moorillah Pastoral
7
7.5
Hercules
T: C H Yip J: Jerry Chau 54
4g Medaglia D'Oro (USA) x Soul Mama (AUS) (Charge Forward (AUS))
Inglis Premier Yearling Sale $100,000
V:Swettenham Stud, Nagambie
B: Ciaron Maher Bloodstock
8
8.3
Wayfoong Star
T: D Whyte J: C Schofield 56
4g All American (AUS) x Star Logie (AUS) (Starcraft (NZ))
Inglis Premier Yearling Sale $65,000
V:Phoenix Broodmare Farm, Euroa
B: John Foote Bloodstock
9
8.8
Gold 'n' Bold
T: J Moore J: Z Purton 56.5
3g Olympic Glory (IRE) x Shamardani (AUS) (Shamardal (USA))
Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale Book 2 $160,000
V:Riversdale, Scone
B: George Moore Bloodstock
10
11.8
Diamond Pegasus
T: A S Cruz J: K Teetan 58
3g Snitzel (AUS) x Fitna (AUS) (Fastnet Rock (AUS))
11
11.9
Dr Eq
T: J J Size J: A K Chan 53.5
3g Exceed And Excel (AUS) x Troubeaut (AUS) (Beautiful Crown (USA))
Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale $260,000
V:Yarraman Park Stud, Scone
B: John Foote Bloodstock
12
12.3
Glorious Buddy
T: D J Hall J: M F Poon 55
4g Written Tycoon (AUS) x Shabtis (AUS) (Elusive Quality (USA))
Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale $530,000
V:Milburn Creek, Wildes Meadow
B: The Hong Kong Jockey Club
13
13.8
Winning Ways
T: C S Shum J: K C Leung 56.5
6g Lope De Vega (IRE) x Sahara Sky (IRE) (Danehill (USA))
14
15.3
Dashing Grace
T: T P Yung J: M L Yeung 51.5
3g All Too Hard (AUS) x Dubleanny (AUS) (Dubleo (USA))
Inglis Ready 2 Race Sale $50,000
V:Lauriston Thoroughbred Farm, Corinella, Vic
B: Prosperity Bloodstock
Deep Field in upcoming sales:
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