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    Posted: 14 Feb 2016 at 2:29pm
Thought this fellow was a blackbooker Randwick yesterday when 3rd over 1600m at his first start for 10 months.
 
He went into the NZ Derby last season just two months after his debut.  Back in a hopeless spot on the turn he weaved through late to get into 4th, distanced by Mongolian Khan and Volkstok obviously.  Dee I Cee looked more the late bloomer you'd expect to make a Cups horse in time.  His last NZ run he again didn't get much luck before hitting the line strong behind Exquisite Jewel/Werther.  A year on it is looking a better than average crop.
 
I was expecting 1600m to be on the short side yesterday but he kept up and kept going.  There isn't usually much depth in the Sydney staying ranks so he should have a good time of it over 2000-2400 during the autumn away from the big guns.  He's entered in the Sydney Cup so will likely be trying to win his way in through the grades.
 
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Article from The Informant when he was sold last year
 
Phill Cataldo has recruited another top young staying prospect for Gai Waterhouse.
The Otaki bloodstock agent has a proven record with the leading trainer and he has recently secured the promising three-year-old Dee I Cee for her Sydney stable.
Cataldo’s past list of purchases for Waterhouse includes the Group One winners Descarado (Caulfield Cup, Caulfield Stakes) and Herculian Prince (The Metropolitan).
Like Descarado, Dee I Cee has made his early mark under the guidance of Wanganui trainer Kevin Myers.
“Coming out of the same stable has helped and it’s a real credit to Kevin,” Cataldo said “Dee I Cee looked magnificent when I inspected him and we certainly haven’t seen the best of him yet – he’s untapped.
“He’ll go to Tulloch Lodge on Tuesday and Gai will assess him once he’s there.”
Dee I Cee heads to Sydney with a record of two wins and two placings from six starts. He was a close fourth in the Gr. 1 New Zealand Derby.
His final outing resulted in a late finish for sixth in the Gr. 3 Manawatu Classic after the son of Istidaad had been shuffled back in the running.
“He’s done it all on one preparation and he turned in some outstanding runs leading into the Derby,” Cataldo said.
“His maiden win at Wanganui after covering extra ground was strong and he did it in the style of a very good stayer.
“To come from so far back in the Derby behind Mongolian Khan and Volkstok’n’barrell was impressive.
“Physically, he’s getting better all the time. I always thought he was a small horse, but he’s got a lot of leg under him and he might get to 16 hands. He’s got a great temperament and a stack of stamina.”
 
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Dee I Cee (NZ) 2011
4YO Bay Gelding
Sire: ISTIDAAD (USA) 1992
Dam: SMASHED ALL NIGHT (NZ) 1997

6-16 28 Mar 15 2000m Group 3 Group 3HIGGINS MANAWATU CLASSIC View video › $70,000
MTU  Good3 3YO SW 10th inr,shfld bk tn,late fin Rosie Myers $1,000
2.02.49, 3.9L
1: Exquisite Jewel, 54.5
2: Werther, 56.5
 
4-17 28 Feb 15 2400m Group 1 Group 1TV3 NZ DERBY View video › $750,000
AUCK  Dead4 3YO SW 16th inr to tn,weaved, big finish Rosie Myers $28,000
2.28.40, 6.8L
1: Mongolian Khan (AUS), 56.5
2: Volkstok'n'barrell, 56.5
Stipe Comment: Shifted ground outwards passing the 200 metres to continue to improve.
 
2-8 12 Feb 15 2060m  GUTHRIE BOWRON HOSPICE CUP 2060 View video › $8,000
WANG  Good3 Rating 75 Benchmark 1x1,up 3w 500,fght hard,almost Rosie Myers $1,600
2.07.38, .1L
1: The Beama, 53.5
3: Mischievous Mis, 55.0
 
1-7 30 Jan 15 2000m  VAUSE OIL PRODUCTION 2000 View video › $7,000
TARA  Good3 Rating 65 Benchmark* 5th otr,loomed wdr 400,strong fin Rosie Myers $4,375
2.06.59, 1.5L
2: Waitino Biscuit, 54.5
3: Outoftime, 54.0
 
1-14 15 Jan 15 2040m  WANGANUI RACEHORSE OWNERS ASSOCIATION 2040 View video › $7,000
WANG  Good3 MDN Hndy 3w,led 1000,bolted clear 300m Rosie Myers $4,375
2.09.27, 5.0L
2: Obrahma, 58.5
3: Annievegas, 56.5
Stipe Comment: Raced wide in early and middle stages until near 800m.
 
2-6 27 Dec 14 1800m  HTL INSURANCE SC MDN 3YO View video › $7,000
TARA  Dead4 MDN 3YO 6th otr,wdr 400,ran on gamely Rosie Myers $1,400
1.50.93, .1L
1: Pentathlon, 57.5
3: Crafty Lady, 55.5
 
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I agree - nice horse, and one of the few of Gai's I've backed in recent memory - hope she doesn't ruin him brfore she retires!Dead 
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Cue the faux outrage - Gai has been sacked. Now with Weiry.
Karl and Susan Kennedy are my heroes
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Gai had him entered in a hurdle trial before the 2018 jumps season began but he was scratched from the trial.

The Istidaad breed excel as jumpers over in NZ, so maybe DKW will head down that path with him too.
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Worth checking if he is under different ownership Dee I Cee was for sale on one of the online websites about 6 months or so ago
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Originally posted by dsend66 dsend66 wrote:

Worth checking if he is under different ownership Dee I Cee was for sale on one of the online websites about 6 months or so ago


Not sure who previously owned but current listed Owner is the McPeake family.
They also own Pacodali who races today at flem
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Found the listing. Sold for just under $65k

https://www.bloodstockauction.com/sales/2018/05/08/catalogue/20
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First start for DKW on Saturday at Pakenham over 1600m.

Handy stayer on his day, will be interesting to see where he heads this campaign.
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Looks one of his Tasmania horses for early next year.

Would have loved to see him set for the Bagot second up but it is what it is!
Remember, it might take intelligence to be smart , but it takes experience to be wise
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