Winning Return and G2 Goal for for Fituese

Tara Madgwick - Sunday September 13

Joe O’Neil’s Prime Thoroughbreds colours had a lot of success last season on top class filly Rubisaki, but not far behind was progressive Deep Field filly Fituese and she returned from a winter spell with a big win at Rosehill on Saturday.

Fituese wins in style a Rosehill - image Steve Hart

The John Thompson trained four year-old won the Listed Denise’s Joy Stakes at the end of her autumn preparation and was fit and ready to fire first up.

She hit the line hard to score a head win in the Benchmark 88 sprint over 1100m beating a hot field that included boom horse Masked Crusader.


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With six wins from nine starts and prizemoney topping $3000,000, Fituese looks set for another great campaign.



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.

Cattalo is booked to visit Newgate FArm's Deep Field again this spring.



 

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Race Result - Vale Rick Worthington (Bm88) 1100m

Rosehill Track: Good(4) Time: 1:03.69
1
Fituese
T: John Thompson J: Rachel King 58
4m Deep Field (AUS) x Cattalo (AUS) (Tiger Hill (IRE))
MM Perth Yearling Sale $55,000
V:Western Breeders Alliance
B: Prime Thoroughbreds
2
0.2
Hilo
T: James Cummings J: J B Mc Donald 56
4g Lonhro (AUS) x Kona (AUS) (New Approach (IRE))
3
1.0
Masked Crusader
T: M, W & J Hawkes J: Tommy Berry 56.5
4g Toronado (IRE) x She's Got Gears (AUS) (Invincible Spirit (IRE))
Inglis Premier Yearling Sale $340,000
V:Gilgai Farm, Nagambie
B: Hawkes Racing / Cameron Cooke Bloodstock
4
1.6
Kookabaa
T: Brett Thompson J: Brock Ryan 52
6g Hinchinbrook (AUS) x Makemeasupermodel (AUS) (Catbird (AUS))
MM Gold Coast Yearling Sale $185,000
V:Yarraman Park Stud Scone NSW
B: Mulcaster Bloodstock
5
1.9
Electric Girl
T: Ms G Markwell J: B Avdulla 55
4m Declaration Of War (USA) x Electra (AUS) (Zizou (AUS))
6
2.9
Akari
T: Brad Widdup J: G Boss 56.5
4m Snitzel (AUS) x Asterix (JPN) (Neo Universe (JPN))
Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale $1,050,000
V:Arrowfield Stud, Scone
B: Jadeskye Racing / Brad Widdup Racing / Andrew Williams Bloodstock
7
5.9
Wayupinthesky
T: P & P Snowden J: K Mc Evoy 56
4m Snitzel (AUS) x The Darling One (AUS) (Lonhro (AUS))
Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale $400,000
V:Arrowfield Stud, Scone
B: Kitchwin Hills
8
6.4
Goldfinch
T: R S Englebrecht J: Deanne Panya 54
6m Written Tycoon (AUS) x Blevola Miss (AUS) (Blevic (AUS))
Inglis Classic Yearling Sale $50,000
V:Murrulla Stud, Wingen
B: S Englebrecht
9
6.6
Tonsor
T: Matthew Smith J: J R Collett 58
7g Redoute's Choice (AUS) x Brazilian Pulse (NZ) (Captain Rio (GB))
Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale $300,000
V:Arrowfield Stud, Scone
B: Paul Perry Racing
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