All the latest happenings giving cause for celebration


Tavistock fee announcement close

Sir Patrick Hogan said today that the 2016 fee for Tavistock will be announced during the first week of May."Applications for nominations close at ...

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Tavago becomes fourth individual Gr.1 winner for Tavistock this season!

Tavago's better than three length victory in today's A$2m Australian Derby-Gr.1 (2400m) extended the remarkable season gun Cambridge Stud stallion ...

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Sir Patrick's 5 Group One races

Sir Patrick Hogan is enjoying a vintage year being the breeder or co-breeder of horses who have won 5 Group One races so far this season.The horses ...

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Tavistock soars to new position in marketplace

Following a Group One double on different sides of the world over the weekend, Cambridge Stud's Tavistock has rocketed to the position of being not ...

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Two Aussie Cups races and a domestic Group One

Cambridge Stud boss Sir Patrick Hogan has taken great satisfaction from key racing action in both Australia and New Zealand over the past few days.He ...

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Tavistock's season to date at Group Prestige level

Facts are everything when it comes to a stallion's performance and young gun Tavistock has plenty to hang his hat on as the season contines to ...

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Progeny of Keeper have won 1100 races

Cambridge Stud's 'Mr Consistent' sire Keeper added another milestone to his notable stud career recently when his progeny chalked up 1100 racetrack ...

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25JanSavabeel Colt Tops Strong Opening Day At Karaka

Savabeel Colt Tops Strong Opening Day At Karaka

The two day Karaka Premier Yearling Sale kicked off Monday, with a strong international buying bench fueling sharp increases across the board. A ...

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Equine photographic excellence

By Adrian Clark ('ve been in this industry for more than three decades and have been fortunate to have seen former Cambridge Stud ...

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Drilling down on the Tavistock numbers

Right now Tavistock - who has 50 yearlings by him at Karaka next week - is the sire of 61 individual winners.While he has three crops of racing age, ...

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Spotlight on Karaka yearlings by Tavistock

Chances are every buyer coming to Karaka this week and next will be hoping to head home with a yearling by Cambridge Stud's boom stallion Tavistock - ...

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35 by Cape Blanco at Karaka - 14 at Premier

The second Southern Hemisphere crop of Cape Blanco (Galileo) for the New Zealand Bloodstock National Yearling Sales Series numbers 35 and Cambridge ...

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24 First Crop Southern Hemisphere yearlings by Power at Karaka

Cambridge Stud is looking forward to presenting the first yearlings in this part of the world by the exciting young Oasis Dream horse Power.  The ...

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Burgundy's first-crop offering at Karaka numbers 20

Cambridge Stud's young stallion Burgundy - a half-brother to successful sire Darci Brahma and by Redoute's Choice - will have a solid presence at New ...

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Cambridge Stud Karaka Parade next Tuesday

Cambridge Stud is conducting a full parade of its' 2016 Karaka consignment at the sale ground on Tuesday, 19th January at 1.30pm.This is a public ...

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Cambridge Stud Karaka Premier yearling photos now online!

Photos of Cambridge Stud's entire consignment for New Zealand Bloodstock's Karaka Premier Sale can now be seen online - CLICK HEREFrom the first ...

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Tavistock leads NZ Premiership for winners

Despite having only three crops of racing age, young gun Tavistock currently leads New Zealand's Stallion Premiership for individual winners in the ...

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Tavistock's two new Group Performers

New Year's Day racing at Ellerslie saw Tavistock chalk up a new Group Two winner and a new Stakes Performer.Hasselhoof (first crop ex Alpine, by ...

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Cape Blanco has 15 individual first-crop winners

Former Cambridge Stud shuttler Cape Blanco (Galileo) is the sire of 15 individual winners and a further 15 individual placed horses from his runners ...

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Werther headlines another remarkable week for Tavistock

Werther became the first Hong Kong winner (from just two runners) for his sire Tavistock last evening with a totally-dominant victory over 1600m. ...

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