Extremely Good First Foal!

Tara Madgwick - Tuesday July 31
The team at Newgate Farm are delighted with the arrival of the first foal for Not a Single Doubt's dual Group I winning son Extreme Choice.

A fast, precocious juvenile that won the Group I MRC Blue Diamond Stakes at two before training on at three to win the Group I MVRC Moir Stakes, Extreme Choice covered an outstanding debut book of mares last spring including superbly bred US import Peace Time (USA), who produced this lovely filly.

 





"By all reports she is an absolute belter, and I couldn't be more delighted with footage I've seen of her. Great size, big hip and girth, very much in the mould of what a very good Not A Single Doubt foal looks like," said Newgate Farm Managing Director Henry Field.

A $260,000 Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale purchase for SF Bloodstock in 2016, Peace Time is by champion sire War Front from Group II Hollywood Oaks winner Santa Catarina and this is her first Australian foal.

Extreme Choice is the best son of outstanding sire Not a Single Doubt and stands this spring at a fee of $22,000.





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