Deep Field x She's Not
Deep Field Makes History Siring His 81st Australian Winner This Season
Deep Field made history this month siring his 81st Australian winner this season. This milestone has allowed him to surpass the record of his own sire Northern Meteor, who sired 80 winners as a second crop sire in 2013/2014. In fact, Deep Field is currently leading the Australian Second Crop Sires List for winners and sits second only to Rubick for prizemoney earnt, due to his son Yes Yes Yes winning the world’s richest race, the Everest.
On the track Deep Field was Northern Meteor’s fastest record-breaking son. Through the auction ring, his progeny have sold up to $800,000.00. It is clear Deep Field and his progeny are destined for great things. Breeders also agree as he was one of the first stallions to be fully booked this season.
I was lucky enough to secure this lovely filly by Deep Field at the Inglis Sydney Classic Sales earlier this year. It was a combination of her pedigree and her physic that commanded attention. I purchased her for $85,000 which is excellent value for a horse that will have residual value as a broodmare after her racing career.
Her dam She’s Not comes from a family rich in black type. The family includes Group 1 performers She’s A Meanie, Love Conquers All as well as young sire Lean Mean Machine. Being bred on a similar cross to her cousin Lean Mean Machine, this filly is expected to run as a 2YO and be ideally suited racing over distances of 1200m – 1400m.
She has been broken in and is currently at my Flemington Stable.
She is eligible for the $6 Million Inglis Race Series and will be targeted towards this.