Deep Field Flyer for Prime
Tara Madgwick - Wednesday November 27

Joe O’Neil’s Prime Thoroughbreds colours were carried to victory at Warwick Farm on Wednesday by talented Deep Field filly Fituese.

Fituese as a yearlingThe John Thompson trained filly was an easy debut winner at Newcastle in October before finishing a luckless sixth at her next run at Kembla.

Stepped up to a Benchmark 64 for this 1000 metre sprint, she rose to the challenge, powering to the line to win by two and a half lengths in a slick 56.45 seconds.

With two wins from three starts and prizemoney topping $56,000, Fituese looks to have a bright future.

A $55,000 Magic Millions Perth purchase for Prime Thoroughbreds from the Western Breeders Alliance draft, Fituese is the second winner from Cattalo, a Tiger Hill (IRE) grand-daughter of four-time Group I winner Mannerism.

Newgate Farm's Deep Field is the leading second crop sire by winners and has strong representation at 2020 sales.


Headwater @ Vinery (Bm64) 1000m
Warwick Farm Track: Good(4) Time: 0:56.45
T: John Thompson J: Rachel King 57
3f Deep Field (AUS) x Cattalo (AUS) (Tiger Hill (IRE))
MM Perth Yearling Sale $55,000
V:Western Breeders Alliance
B: Prime Thoroughbreds
T: M, W & J Hawkes J: B Avdulla 55.5
3f Snitzel (AUS) x Tears I Cry (USA) (Chester House (USA))
T: James Cummings J: J B Mc Donald 58.5
3c Sepoy (AUS) x Rio Osa (AUS) (Canny Lad (AUS))
Just Field
T: P & P Snowden J: K Mc Evoy 58
3f Deep Field (AUS) x Shoboard (AUS) (Show A Heart (AUS))
MM Gold Coast Yearling Sale $650,000
V:Cressfield Scone NSW
B: China Horse Club/Alan Bell Racing
Upper East Side
T: Ms K Buchanan J: A Bullock 60
3g Manhattan Rain (AUS) x Pretentious Miss (AUS) (Commands (AUS))
Mr Mosaic
T: G A Ryan J: K S Latham 61.5
3c Rubick (AUS) x Crazy Quality (AUS) (Elusive Quality (USA))
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