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All the latest happenings giving cause for celebration

 
06Aug

Tavistocks first trial runner a winner

Cambridge Stud’s young first season sire Tavistock has got his stud career away to the best-possible start with his very first trial runner ...

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05Aug

Major new milestone for Zabeel

Super Sire Zabeel (Sir Tristram ex Lady Giselle, by Nureyev) chalked up yet another major milestone today when he sired his 1000th individual ...

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01Aug

Back-to-back Broodmare Sire Premierships for Zabeel

The conclusion of the racing season yesterday saw Zabeel crowned Champion Australian Broodmare Sire for the second season straight.   It was exactly ...

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22Jul

Sire of Power on top in Great Britain

Oasis Dream, the sire of Cambridge Stud’s exciting newcomer sire Power, currently leads the Great Britain Sires Premiership for both individual ...

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21Jul

Second black type win this season for daughter of Keeper

Yesterday’s Opunake Cup-LR (1400m) success was the second stakes race won this season by Sacha (Keeper ex Viva Romance, by Machiavellian). The ...

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18Jul

Keeper chasing down OReilly

Already 2013 Champion Hong Kong Sire for Wins, closer to home Cambridge Stud stallion Keeper is now only 7 wins adrift of O’Reilly to top the ...

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16Jul

Galileo & sire-sons dominating Premierships in Europe

Galileo and his high-profile sire-sons New Approach and Teofilo are proving unstoppable this season in the Northern Hemisphere, something which is ...

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12Jul

Keeper is Champion Sire in HK for Wins

The Hong Kong Racing Season for 2012-2013 concluded on Wednesday and statistics for the season reveal that Cambridge Stud’s proven horse Keeper ...

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07Jul

147th individual SW for Zabeel

Turner Bayou became the 147th black type winner for his sire Zabeel when taking out yesterday’s Listed BRC Queensland Cup over 3200 metres at ...

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05Jul

Keeper eyes HK Premiership for Wins

With only two fixtures remaining in the Hong Kong racing season for 2012/2013, Cambridge Stud stallion Keeper remains on top in the Stallion ...

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01Jul

Galileo & sire-sons on fire in Northern Hemisphere

Galileo and two of his young gun sire-sons, New Approach and Teofilo, have been chalking up Group One successes at a great rate in England, Ireland ...

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23Jun

Keeper chalks up 5th NZ SW this season

When the three-year-old filly Magic Belle (Keeper ex Sadie Belle, by Exploding Prospect) beat the older horses to land yesterday’s Tauranga ...

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21Jun

KEEPER: Leads in HK, 2nd in NZ & 3rd in Singapore

Cambridge Stud’s Group One-winning Danehill horse Keeper is figuring prominently on three stallion premierships at the moment. In Hong Kong he ...

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21Jun

Sir Patrick Hogan bullish on Burgundy

New Zealand’s most successful thoroughbred breeder, Sir Patrick Hogan, was full of enthusiasm when he spoke of the merits of Cambridge ...

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18Jun

Zabeel now dam sire of 1100 winners

Zabeel’s remarkable season as a Broodmare Sire has seen another milestone with him clocking up his 1100th individual winner. Champion ...

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12Jun

Zabeel on verge of another major milestone

Super Sire Zabeel is currently sitting on 99 individual Group Winners and is set to join an elite list of stallions who have sired 100 Group Winners ...

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06Jun

Two-in-a-day takes Keeper to 56 for season

Keeper sired two maiden winners at yesterday’s Matamata fixture and is now clearly second on the New Zealand Stallion Premiership for ...

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05Jun

3 new Group One winners for Galileo

Cape Blanco’s sire Galileo has made a lightning start to the serious part of the Northern Hemisphere Season siring three new Group One ...

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04Jun

Zabeels 43 Group One winners

Summary to 04 June 2013...     * 43 individual Group One winners     * 84 Group One races won     * Information kindly provided by Arion ...

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04Jun

43rd Group One winner for Zabeel

 Zabeel’s quinella in the 2013 edition of the Queensland Oaks-Gr.1 (2400m) took his individual tally of Group One winners to 43, just two ...

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