Seventh Winner for Capitalist

Tara Madgwick - Wednesday March 3

Currently leading the first season sires list and the overall two year-old sires list, Newgate Farm’s Capitalist added a seventh winner – six in Australia and on in NZ – to his tally at Launceston on Wednesday evening.

Stakes-placed on debut last month, the Adam Trinder trained filly Miss Tuppence scored an easy victory as a short priced favourite winning by nearly three lengths over 1120m.

A $70,000 Inglis Premier purchase from the Supreme Thoroughbreds draft for owner Wayne Roser, Miss Tuppence is the eighth winner from Starlevie, a half-sister to stakes-placed Palace Glow, the dam of Group winners Red Colossus and Nediyms Glow, grand-dam of this season’s stakes-winning 2YO General Beau.

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With the Golden Slipper just weeks away, Capitalist is the current leader of the Australian General Sires List as seen below. He covered 237 mares in Australia last spring to be the second busiest sire in the country in 2020.

Click here for the interactive list at Breednet.


 

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Race Result - Southern Cross Stock Feeds Mdn 1120m

Launceston Track: Good(4) Time: 1:07.11
1
Miss Tuppence
T: Adam Trinder J: A Darmanin 55
2f Capitalist (AUS) x Starlevie (AUS) (Fasliyev (USA))
Inglis Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale Book 1 $70,000
V:Supreme Thoroughbreds, Romsey
B: W Roser
2
2.8
Vetlanda
T: Ms L Gaffney J: B Muhcu 55
2f Lionhearted (AUS) x Vivacious (AUS) (West Quest (CAN))
MM Tasmanian Yearling Sale $28,000
V:Grenville Stud, Whitemore, Tas
B: Star Thoroughbreds/Randwick Bloodstock Agency (FBAA)
3
2.9
Power Magnum
T: J K Blacker J: J Benbow 57
2g Magnus (AUS) x Titania Star (AUS) (Testa Rossa (AUS))
MM Tasmanian Yearling Sale $26,000
V:Brooklyn Park, Evandale, Tas
B: John Blacker
4
3.6
Tappa Pass
T: Scott Brunton J: S Tsaikos 55
2f Pluck (USA) x Llanga (NZ) (Kashani (USA))
5
4.1
Fighting Styx
T: Patrick Dargan J: Codi Jordan 52
2f Fighting Sun (AUS) x River Styx (AUS) (Testa Rossa (AUS))
6
5.8
Champagne Cinders
T: J K Blacker J: Georgie Catania 55
2f The Factor (USA) x Champara (AUS) (Monashee Mountain (USA))
MM Tasmanian Yearling Sale $21,000
V:Grenville Stud, Whitemore, Tas
B: John Blacker
7
7.6
Unedited
T: G J McCulloch J: J Lyon 55
2f Lionhearted (AUS) x Bad Mamma (AUS) (Teofilo (IRE))
8
8.0
Gee Gees Buzz
T: L, D & T Wells J: D M Ganderton 57
2g Wordsmith (AUS) x Buzzing Along (AUS) (Tough Speed (USA))
MM Tasmanian Yearling Sale $20,000
V:Armidale Stud, Carrick, Tas
B: Leon Wells
9
10.0
Swingapinga
T: G J McCulloch J: Randy Tan 57
2c Lionhearted (AUS) x Natural Swinger (NZ) (Viking Ruler (AUS))
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