Newgate Farm

586 Rouchel Road
Aberdeen 2336 NSW
+61 (0)428932663
02 65438395

Stallions standing at Newgate Farm

Brutal
Brutal service fee is $22,000
Capitalist
Capitalist service fee is $99,000
Latest winner: Wealthofknowledge
Cosmic Force
Cosmic Force service fee is $11,000
Deep Field
Deep Field service fee is $88,000
Latest winner: Bulikov
Extreme Choice
Extreme Choice service fee is $275,000
Latest winner: Extreme Prince
Flying Artie
Flying Artie service fee is $22,000
Latest winner: Symphony In Red
North Pacific
North Pacific service fee is $22,000
Russian Revolution
Russian Revolution service fee is $71,500
Latest winner: Brudenell
Tassort
Tassort service fee is $11,000

Latest News

Australia’s most expensive sire Extreme Choice added a new 2YO winner to his tally at Sale on Wednesday giving champion jockey Jamie Kah a winner on her only ride of the day.
With four stakes wins under his belt, Wild Ruler had already booked his place on the Newgate Farm stallion roster, but the striking son of Snitzel made sure he will be among the most sought-after stallions next season following his Group 1 triumph in Friday night’s $1,000,000 Charter Keck Cramer Moir Stakes (1000m) at Moonee Valley.
With the looks befitting a half million dollar yearling, Wild Ruler has also been blessed with plenty of ticker, which he needed to call on to turn back the challenge of a hard-charging Isotope in the $1million Group II Arrowfield 3yo Sprint (1200m) at Randwick on Saturday.
Stay Inside looked a picture in the mounting yard before the running of Saturday’s $3,500,000 Longines Golden Slipper (1200m) at Rosehill Gardens and looked even better a short time later with a dominant performance in the world richest race for two-year-olds.
Hollywood-handsome Snitzel colt wild Ruler has been burning up the training tracks, and at his first start since finishing third to September Run in the Coolmore Stud Stakes at Flemington last October, proved a class above in the Listed Fireball Stakes at Randwick.
With the prospect of a heavy track, and the scratching of the nominal favourite Four Moves Ahead (Snitzel), Saturday’s $250,000 Group II Iron Jack Silver Slipper Stakes (1100m) at Rosehill Gardens shapes as an opportune time for Newgate Farm’s Extreme Choice to put a stakes-winner on the board.
Profiteer will be given a chance to emulate his sire Capitalist in the Golden Slipper after he blew away the field in Saturday’s $2million Inglis Millennium (RL) at Randwick.
With a first prize equal to that of the Magic Millions 2yo Classic, the Inglis 2yo Millennium will dramatically impact the race for leading two-year-old sire, but it is just one of five black-type races for the babies on Saturday.
Strapping Capitalist colt Profiteer has the two-year-old autumn features in his sights following a bloodless victory at his career debut over 1100 metres at Flemington on Saturday.
A son of Snitzel and carrying the China Horse Club colours, Wild Ruler bears an uncanny resemblance to the 2016 Group II Roman Consul Stakes winner Russian Revolution and Wild Ruler has a Group 1 in his sights following his bloodless in the $300,000 feature at Randwick on Saturday.  
Backed to the exclusion of all others, the Peter and Paul Snowden-trained Wild Ruler had his fans on good terms a long way from home in Saturday’s Listed Schweppes Heritage Stakes (1100m).
Orbis Bloodstock’s glorious-looking Brazen Beau colt North Pacific cemented his spot among the top rung of three-year-olds in Sydney and went to the top of the markets in the Golden Rose following a bloodless win in Saturday’s Group III Up And Coming Stakes (1300m) on a bottomless track at Randwick.
The highest price lot at the 2019 Inglis Premier Yearling Sale, North Pacific showed he could be a major player in the three-year-old features in the spring following a hugely impressive performance in Saturday’s Darley 2yo Handicap (1100m) at Rosehill Gardens.
What a fascinating race to kick off proceedings at Rosehill on Saturday with the admirable blue-collar filly Lady Banff once again threatening to see off a field of bluebloods over 1100m.
Foaled and raised at Newgate Farm for his breeder Nick Vass, this Capitalist colt from Booklet made a big splash at Magic Millions on Wednesday when selling for $750,000 to James Harron, who purchased his sire from this sale in 2015.
By a Magic Millions 2yo Classic winner out of a filly that was first past the post in a Magic Millions 2yo Classic who herself is out of a Magic Millions 2yo Classic winner, that sounds a winning recipe for a filly in the Kitchwin Hills draft heading to the Gold Coast.
The in-form Peter and Paul Snowden stable unleashed another Magic Millions 2YO contender with powerful chestnut Deep Field colt Nitrous scoring a stylish victory at Randwick on Saturday in the James Harron Bloodstock colours.
Following two very impressive barrier trial wins, punters rallied behind Peter and Paul Snowden’s debutant Wild Ruler in Saturday’s $500,000 (RL) Inglis Nursery (1000m) at Randwick and the handsome son of Snitzel did not let them down.
It’s no secret this young stallion has been churning out the winners this season, but did we realise he is now the leading sire of three year-old winners in the country ahead of champion sires Fastnet Rock and I am Invincible.
Progressive Deep Field colt Scorpius posted his second win from just four starts when surging away to win as he pleased at Sandown on Wednesday.

Recent Sales For Newgate Farm

2022 Australian Easter Yearling Sale - Top price: $1,700,000
2022 Classic Yearling Sale - Top price: $550,000
2022 Gold Coast Yearling Sale - Top price: $1,900,000
2021 Classic Yearling Sale - Top price: $425,000
2021 Gold Coast Yearling Sale - Top price: $975,000