The Farm

New Zealand’s iconic thoroughbred nursery is building on its proud history of success.



Cambridge Stud is owned by Brendan and Jo Lindsay.

It was originally established in 1976 after Patrick and Justine Hogan sold their Fencourt Stud property and purchased land at Discombe Road Cambridge.

The selection of Sir Tristram as their foundation sire would change the landscape of Australasian breeding. Not only would the stud stand this champion sire, but his equally prolific son Zabeel also.



  • New Zealand's Leading Group One Breeder
  • Breeder of 43 Group One winners of 87 Group One Races
  • Stallion roster has sired 136 Group One winners of 236 Group One races
  • Awarded NZ Breeder of the Year five times
  • Awarded NZ Broodmare of the Year five times
  • Leading NZB Yearling Vendor for 31 consecutive years

Sir Tristram

Sir Tristram arrived at Cambridge Stud in 1976; it was the beginning of a stud career which at one time saw him as the world's leading sire for individual Group One winners.

When the curtain came down on his long and illustrious career, Sir Tristram left a record of 45 individual Group One winners.

Accomplishments included winning the Australian Stallion Premiership on 6 occasions; 'The Dewar Award' (NZ & Australian combined earnings for a NZ-based stallion) 9 times; was Champion Australian Broodmare Sire 6 times and Champion NZ Broodmare Sire 3 times.



One of Sir Tristram's 45 Group One winners was his son from Lady Giselle, Zabeel.

As fate would have it, Zabeel followed on in Sir Tristram's footsteps at Cambridge Stud as a world-class sire.

Zabeel sired 46 Group One winners and no less than 166 individual Stakes Winners; was Australia’s Champion Sire twice; won 14 Dewar Awards as well as four New Zealand Stallion Premierships.