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Watar sires Necarne winner on Saturday

The Moortown Stud sire, Watar has enjoyed plenty of pointing success relative to his small number of runners over the last two seasons including last weekend's Necarne winner Rivers End. 

Colin Bowe enjoyed a hugely successful weekend at Necarne recording five winners in total, one of which was the son of Watar, Rivers End. Ridden by Barry O'Neill, the chestnut took the six-year-old geldings maiden by a comfortable six lengths on what was his seventh start for the Kiltealy handler.
The sire, who stands at Moortown Stud, also enjoyed a winner in March when Brandy Pad secured the five-year-old geldings at Durrow for Caroline McCladin. The big bay subsequently went on to be sold for £28,000 the following month.
While the Peter Flood-trained Kilbrook finished a fine second on his four-year-old debut at Portrush. Stroud Coleman and Jonjo O'Neill purchased the gelding for £78,000 in April.
Last season, Drumlee Watar also recorded success for the sire when claiming the five-and-six-year-old geldings' maiden at Loughanmore in May. The impressive ten length winner for Sean and Noel McParlan went on to make £65,000 at the Cheltenham sales later that month.

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