Hong Kong Success Continues for Deep Field

Tara Madgwick - Sunday July 12

Deep Field might be making history in Australia as the most successful second crop sire ever by winners, but he’s also making waves in Hong Kong siring yet another impressive winner at Sha Tin on Sunday in Sky Field.

The Caspar Fownes trained three year old gelding was fourth and second at his previous two starts and was sent out a hot favourite for the 1200m class four event.

Under Joao Moreira, Sky Field gave his rivals a galloping lesson, opening up to win by four lengths.
 



“It’s been a while since I’ve ridden a nice young talent like him. The best part of it is that he feels like a raw type, that has plenty of improvement still,” said winning rider Joao Moreira.

“There are no words to describe what a great feeling you get when you ride such a nice horse.”

Sky Field and Caspar Fownes - image HKJC

A $175,000 Karaka Book 1 purchase from the Trelawney Stud draft for Mr D Kwan, Sky Field is the fifth winner from Laravissante, a half-sister by O’Reilly to Hong Kong Group I winner The Duke.

Deep Field has made a great impression in Hong Kong where he has had five winners from 10 runners.

He stands at a fee of $55,000 at Newgate Farm this sprin.




 

Advertisment

Race Result - Mr Award Hcp (C4) 1200m

Sha Tin Track: Good Time: 1:08.76
1
Sky Field
T: C Fownes J: J Moreira 59.5
3g Deep Field (AUS) x Laravissante (NZ) (O'Reilly (NZ))
2
4.0
Classic Posh
T: D J Hall J: Jerry Chau 56
4g Testa Rossa (AUS) x Makaha (NZ) (Seasoned Star (AUS))
3
4.3
The Abraxas
T: Y S Tsui J: K Teetan 52.5
5g Bon Hoffa (AUS) x Beaten By The Bel (AUS) (Bel Esprit (AUS))
4
5.0
Diamond Pegasus
T: A S Cruz J: M Chadwick 54.5
3g Snitzel (AUS) x Fitna (AUS) (Fastnet Rock (AUS))
5
5.1
Hero Star
T: K L Man J: N Callan 56
4g Kaphero (AUS) x Winning Betsy (AUS) (Redoute's Choice (AUS))
6
5.8
Golden Link
T: P Yiu J: Z Purton 59.5
3g Per Incanto (USA) x Kendoka (NZ) (Reset (AUS))
7
6.8
War Lord
T: J J Size J: C Schofield 58.5
4g Sweet Orange (USA) x Third Choice (NZ) (Kashani (USA))
8
7.3
Happy Victory
T: A T Millard J: A Hamelin 56
5g Stryker (AUS) x Fandanita (IRE) (Anita's Prince (IRE))
9
7.5
Rewarding Together
T: F C Lor J: K C Leung 57.5
3g Pierro (AUS) x Bella Rossie (AUS) (Testa Rossa (AUS))
10
8.8
Tiger Glare
T: L Ho J: T H So 55
3g Darci Brahma (NZ) x Chevremont (NZ) (No Excuse Needed (GB))
11
10.3
Telecom Missile
T: C H Yip J: H N Wong 52
3g Smart Missile (AUS) x Twisted Heart (AUS) (Distorted Humor (USA))
12
11.3
Prawn Yeah Yeah
T: Richard Gibson J: C Wong 51
5g Commands (AUS) x Alamantra (AUS) (Elusive Quality (USA))
13
11.8
Winning Ways
T: C S Shum J: H T Mo 54
6g Lope De Vega (IRE) x Sahara Sky (IRE) (Danehill (USA))
14
16.5
Hard Promise
T: T P Yung J: A K Chan 55
6g Hard Spun (USA) x Perfect Promise (SAF) (Caesour (USA))
Stallion Parade
More Reading...
Special Kolt– A Limited Edition
Charismatic black Lonhro stallion Kementari was a Group I star on the track for Godolphin and there was huge expectation when ‘Special K’ retired to Darley last spring, but as is sadly sometimes the case things did not go according to plan.
Would You Breed to Camelot If You Could?
Having sired first (Sir Dragonet) and third (Russian Camelot) in the Group I MVRC Cox Plate last weekend, Camelot has cemented his place as the most desirable sire for Australian buyers shopping in the Northern Hemisphere for both tried horses and yearlings, which is somewhat of an irony.
Caulfield Guineas Winner Palace Reign Passes Away
Group 1 Caulfield Guineas winner Palace Reign has died at Alwyn Park Stud in WA aged 31.
Sires With Winners - Tuesday October 27
Here is the full list of 23 stallions which had winners throughout Australasia today with winners and result details.
First Season Sire Form Guide
Audience interest in the topic of first season sires and which will be the leader by individual winners come July 31, 2021 has led us to look a little closer at the leading contenders, so if you are thinking of having a flutter with Ladbrokes then read on.
Australian Buyers Active at Tattersalls Horses in Training
The second session of the Tattersalls Horses in Training Sale is underway with Chris Waller Racing securing two high priced lots and Paul Moroney Bloodstock and partners securing another.
Dundeel Colt Ready for Derby
While Flying Start Syndications Director Cameron Bennett is disappointed he won’t be able to be on course to watch Let’s Karaka Deel in the Gr.1 Victoria Derby (2500m) at Flemington on Saturday, he is over the moon to have a strong contender in the race.
Is He the Next Superstar for Te Akau?
Need I Say More (No Nay Never) produced one of the New Zealand spring’s standout three-year-old performances in Saturday’s $100,000 Group Two James & Annie Sarten Memorial Stakes (1400m) at Te Rapa. 
South Coast Jumpers Enjoy Mirrabooka TSHA Classes
Wet weather did not dampen a fantastic show at the Mirrabooka Jump Club Spring Jumping held at Moruya Showgrounds on the weekend featuring some great Thoroughbred Sport Horse Association classes.
Tattersalls Horses in Training Sale Day 1
The Tattersalls Autumn Horses in Training Sale got off to a solid start on the opening day with four lots topping the six figure mark and strong international demand throughout the session.