Brazen Beau has two sons at leading Hunter stud
Henry Field has fast made Newgate Farm the powerhouse producer of young stallion prospects.
This season the farms first season sire Extreme Choice produced the Golden Slipper winner in Stay Inside. Fellow barnmates Capitalist, Flying Artie and Winning Rupert are all well on their way as young stallions too.
Field and his partners have added a new stallion to the Newgate 2021 roster in the form of the very good looking son of Brazen Beau in North Pacific.
North Pacific will stand alongside another son of Brazen Beau in Tassort.
An exquisite type who was well sort after at the sales, North Pacific was secured for $800,000 at the Inglis Premier Sale in Melbourne.
Co-trainer John Hawkes rated North Pacific “one of the best looking yearlings I’ve ever seen at a sale”.
Prepared by the stallion making Team Hawkes stable of John, Michael and Wayne Hawkes, North Pacific was a runner up at Group 1 level in the prestigious stallion making race, the Golden Rose.
His keynote career victory came in the Group 3 Up and Coming Stakes at Randwick.
He also boasts Group 2 placings in high class races including the Silver Slipper (3rd on debut at 2), Hobartville Stakes and the Run To The Rose
North Pacific stands at Newgate Farm for $20,000 (inc GST).
Tassort commenced his stud career in 2020 where he covered 137 mares.
An exciting two year-old whose career was cut short by injury, Tassort was bred and raced by Godolphin under the care of James Cummings.
He was a record breaking 5.3 length winner of major Golden Slipper lead up race the Golden Gift before injury curtailed his Slipper bid.
Widely regarded as potentially the best two year-old in the stable, Godolphin went on to trifecta with Tassort supporters lamenting what could of been.
Tassort stands at Newgate Farm for $11,000 (inc GST).