Tough and Talented

Tara Madgwick - Wednesday July 15

The winners keep coming for Deep Field and one of his most prolific winners has been two year-old filly Hancora Field, who notched her fourth victory from seven starts at Eagle Farm on Wednesday.

Trained by Leon Ross, Hancora Field finished second on debut at the Gold Coast on January 25 and has been a busy girl since then.

Resuming from a short spell to win last month at the Sunshine Coast, she was sent out favourite today for the 1200m open juvenile event and scored by a long head.
 



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A $100,000 Magic Millions Gold Coast March Yearling Sale purchase for Mishani Enterpises Pty Ltd from the Kenmore Lodge draft, Hancora Field has already won nearly $190,000 in prizemoney.

Hancora Field is the best of seven winners from imported stakes-winner Hancora (Fr) and is her last foal.

Deep Field has had a ground breaking season and is the most successful second crop sire by winners in history.

Deep Field

The son of Northern Meteor stands at Newgate Farm at a fee of $55,000.


 

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Race Result - Tab Long May We Play Hcp 1200m

Eagle Farm Track: Good(4) Time: 1:11.40
1
Hancora Field
T: L G Ross J: Jackson Murphy 58.5
2f Deep Field (AUS) x Hancora (FR) (Septieme Ciel (USA))
2
0.2
Boom Spender
T: Desleigh Forster J: Taylor Marshall 59
2g Spirit Of Boom (AUS) x Six Balls Again (AUS) (Zaha (CAN))
3
1.0
Statesville
T: Kacy Fogden J: M Hellyer 58
2c Written Tycoon (AUS) x Nicked And Court (AUS) (Court Command (AUS))
4
1.7
Petunia
T: K M Schweida J: Leslie Tilley 55
2f Sebring (AUS) x Coogee Coozifa (AUS) (Danzero (AUS))
MM Gold Coast Yearling Sale Book 2 $70,000
V:Lyndhurst Stud Farm, Warwick, Qld
B: Robert Heathcote Racing/Steve Morley Bloodstock
5
1.9
Hertzka
T: Jason Edwards J: A Spinks 55
2c Benfica (AUS) x Aegina (AUS) (Canny Lad (AUS))
6
2.4
Chief Mondo
T: K M Schweida J: M R Du Plessis 57
2c Headwater (AUS) x Magondo (AUS) (Trotamondo (CHI))
7
2.5
Think Glory
T: Steven O'Dea J: Boris Thornton 55
2f So You Think (NZ) x Rekindled Glory (AUS) (Redoute's Choice (AUS))
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