3rd: Nursery Selling Plate One of his only two wins came from a Dead Heat finish. He later broke down while in training at Melbourne and was soon sold. Had conformation problems that caused his English breeders to doubt his breeding potential. Night Raid was first sent to Kaituna until Roberts built his new stud in Timaru, New Zealand. Despite his very disappointing racing career he turned out to be a Champion Sire and would go on to sire the great Phar Lap along with 12 other Stakes Winners including Nightmarch who defeated Phar Lap in the 1929 Melbourne Cup. Although he stood at stud in New Zealand he never led the sires list there, but he was leading sire in Australia from 1929-1931. Sire of the great Phar Lap. 1943 died in New Zealand.