One to Watch – Casterton
Tara Madgwick - Monday July 29
The powerful Ciaron Maher and David Eustace stable delivered an exciting new winner for Caulfield Guineas winning sire Shooting to Win on Monday.

Niewand as a yearlingNiewand jumped fast and tracked the lead for Dean Holland and powered to the line to win the 1000 metre maiden by more than three lengths in a dominant display as favourite.

A $175,000 Inglis Easter purchase from the Kia Ora Stud draft for Merrynvale Thoroughbreds, Niewand is the second winner from stakes-winning Fastnet Rock mare She's a Fox, a full sister to Group I winner and leading sire Foxwedge.

Niewand is the 11th winner from 32 starters for Shooting to Win, whose best offspring are Group I placed Kubrick and stakes-placed Shotmaker.

The Group I winning son of Northern Meteor stands at Darley NSW this spring at a fee of $22,000.

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