First Winner for Extreme Choice

Mark Smith - Saturday October 24

Newgate Farm’s Extreme Choice is off the mark after the heavily backed Palamos made a winning career debut over 1000 metres at Te Rapa on Saturday.

Troy Harris guides  impressive debutant Palamos to victory at Te Rapa Photo Credit: Trish Dunell

With Troy Harris in the saddle the Jamie Richards-trained colt came clear in the closing stages to defeat Miss Ipenema (Sacred Falls) by two lengths with King Of Reds (Burgundy) a nose back in third.

A $65,000 purchase by Paul Willetts Bloodstock Consultancy out of the Newgate Farm draft at the 2019 Great Southern Sale – Weanlings Sale, Palamos went through the Ainsley Downs Stud draft at Karaka earlier this year where he was knocked down to David Ellis for $85,000.

He i

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s the first foal of the imported Forest Wildcat mare Unrevealed who was a 4-time winner in Japan.

Palamos was a $85,000 Karaka yearling

Unrevealed is a sister to the Grade III winner Brownie Points who was runner-up in the Grade 1 Apple Blossom Stakes.

Purchased by Hollymount Stud for $110,000 at the 2019 Magic Millions National Broodmare Sale, Unrevealed has a yearling filly by Deep Field and was covered by Bull Point last year.

Extreme Choice stands at a fee of $22,000 at Newgate Farm this spring.

Extreme Choice

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Race Result - Nzb Rtr Trainers Series 2yo 1000m

Te Rapa Track: Dead(4) Time: 0:58.35
1
Palamos
T: J W Richards J: T N Harris 57
2c Extreme Choice (AUS) x Unrevealed (USA) (Forest Wildcat (USA))
NZB Karaka Book 1 $85,000
V:Ainsley Downs Stud
B: Mr DC Ellis
Inglis Great Southern Sale - Weanlings $65,000
V:Newgate Consignment, Aberdeen, NSW
B: Paul Willetts Bloodstock Consultancy
2
2.0
Miss Ipenema
T: G J Harvey J: L G Innes 55
2f Sacred Falls (NZ) x Miss Elusive (AUS) (Elusive Quality (USA))
NZB Karaka Book 1 $20,000
V:Hallmark Stud
B: Glen Harvey Racing
3
2.1
King Of Reds
T: P N McKay J: S R Weatherley 57
2g Burgundy (NZ) x Queen Of Excuses (NZ) (No Excuse Needed (GB))
NZB Karaka Book 2 $20,000
V:Brighthill Farm
B: Stuart Hale & Co (BAFNZ)
4
2.3
Indy Rose Warrior
T: D R Wiles J: R H Schofer 55.5
2f El Roca (AUS) x Black Cat (NZ) (Black Minnaloushe (USA))
NZB Karaka Book 3 $3,500
V:Westbury Stud
B: Everest Racing
5
3.8
Hillaby
T: J Benner & H Wynyard J: D S Johnson 55
2f Shooting To Win (AUS) x Thrill (NZ) (Flying Spur (AUS))
6
5.8
Te Poropiti
T: Team Rogerson J: S T Collett 57
2c Divine Prophet (AUS) x Caramellos (NZ) (Pins (AUS))
NZB Karaka Book 1 $120,000
V:B.O.P. Bloodstock
B: Mr L Te Keeti / Rogerson Bloodstock
7
13.6
Heroic Warrior
T: D R Wiles J: L H Satherley 57
2c Ocean Park (NZ) x Voliera (AUS) (Keeper (AUS))
8
19.0
Cherokee Warrior
T: D R Wiles J: T D Thornton 57
2c Showcasing (GB) x Lady Cherokee (USA) (Cherokee Run (USA))
NZB Karaka Book 2 $9,000
V:Cambria Park
B: Everest Racing
9
23.4
Lady Maroal
T: N W Tiley J: M Cameron 55
2f Power (GB) x Lady Dehere (NZ) (Dehere (USA))
NZB Karaka Book 1 $40,000
V:Carlaw Park
B: Maroal Bloodstock
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