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23Mar

Cape Blanco: Dual Group One winner at three

Hard off the back of an unbeaten campaign of three runs at two years, inclusive of a Gr.2 & Gr.3 success, Cape Blanco continued on in the same ...

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22Mar

Hes Remarkable another from a Zabeel mare

Yesterday’s fresh up Newcastle Newmarket Handicap-Gr.3 winner He’s Remarkable adds to the long list of black type performers this season ...

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21Mar

Cape Blanco: Unbeaten at two years

Aidan O’Brien stepped Cape Blanco out on three occasions as a juvenile and the son of Galileo delivered every time, winning his maiden before ...

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20Mar

Cape Blanco: Unbeaten in America

A notable statistic in the illustrious racetrack career of Cambridge Stud’s brand new shuttler, Cape Blanco, is the fact that he was unbeaten ...

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19Mar

Mosheen a star flag-bearer for Stravinsky as broodmare sire

 The emergence of Stravinsky as a prominent broodmare sire gained further momentum at the weekend when Mosheen (Fastnet Rock ex Sumehra, by ...

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16Mar

CAPE BLANCO FOR CAMBRIDGE STUD

Courtesy of Aidan Rodley, Waikato Times Sir Patrick Hogan has achieved just about everything there is to achieve in breeding and racing. The ...

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15Mar

7th NZ winner for Lucky Unicorn

Shantaraam (Lucky Unicorn ex Eagle Feather, by Quest for Fame) became his sire’s seventh individual winner in New Zealand to date when taking ...

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14Mar

CS: Big hand in 2012 NZ Oaks

Saturday’s $300,000 Wellfield New Zealand Oaks-Gr.1 (2400m) at Trentham Gardens has drawn together a field of 17 runners and the influence of ...

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13Mar

Sir Patrick Hogan chases first Oaks victory

Sir Patrick Hogan has never won a New Zealand Oaks as an owner, but will look to change that when his famous green colours will be carried by the ...

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09Mar

Zabisco now with Moroney at Flemington

The promising and super-consistent Zabeel four-year-old Zabisco is now trained by Mike Moroney from his Flemington base & will make his ...

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08Mar

New Group One performer for Zabeel

 Six O’Clock News became the latest addition to Zabeel’s long list of Group One performers when running third in yesterday’s ...

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06Mar

Keeper joint leader for winners in HK

Keeper is Hong Kong’s joint leader (with Encosta de Lago) in the General Sires by Winners for the current season according to figures provided ...

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05Mar

Zabeel tops $2m mark on Broodmare Sire Premiership

Zabeel looks to have put the New Zealand Broodmare Sire Premiership in safe keeping after last Saturday’s NZ Derby-Gr.1 and Lowland Stakes-Gr.3 ...

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02Mar

Ritchie keeps options open with class Zabeel filly

 Shaune Ritchie is keeping his options open as he searches for a suitable race day option for the talented Dick Karreman-owned Zabeel filly ...

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01Mar

The Fastnet Rock/Stravinsky cross

 Mosheen (Fastnet Rock ex Sumehra, by Stravinsky) steps out on Saturday at Flemington and will be looking to add the A$750,000 Australian ...

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29Feb

Lucky Unicorn has runners in Gr.1 & Gr.3 features

 Members of Lucky Unicorn’s first crop will contest the Telecom New Zealand Derby-Gr.1 and Lowland Stakes-Gr.3, respectively, this ...

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27Feb

OReilly over Zabeel mares, the facts

 If ever you need to have at your fingertips all-important thoroughbred-related statistics, Arion Pedigrees (www.arion.co.nz) will always have the ...

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24Feb

Zabeelionaire set to resume

 Zabeelionaire, good enough to run fourth in the Victoria Derby-Gr.1 during the spring, makes a welcome return to racing tomorrow on Blue Diamond ...

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22Feb

Riddell to ride Capital Diamond at Hastings

Capital Diamond with Jonathan Riddell up - photo by Jenny Kain According to a report in today’s ANZ Bloodstock News, Jonathan Riddell will not ...

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21Feb

Keeper in top six

Cambridge Stud’s Danehill sire-son, Keeper is amongst the top six New Zealand stallions for individual winners in the current season. Keeper ...

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