ROSEHILL trainer Tim Martin will use Wednesday’s ATC Ascot Club Plate (1200m) at Canterbury to kick start the career of the promising Dubleo gelding, Night Fever.

The three-year-old trialed especially well in the spring of 2010 winning one heat and finishing third in another before being tipped out over the summer.

Night Fever has been wound-up for a bold showing with two ‘easy’ trials at home at Rosehill ahead of his much anticipated debut.

Night Fever is the first foal of Xaar mare, Sunstyle, and was bred by his current owner Anthony Gow-Gates.


Should Night Fever proves as good as his trials suggest it will signal the emergance of a second quality Dubleo in as many weeks following the narrow Group 3 defeat of 2yo Queenian in the Knidergarten Stakes last week.