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21Jan

Keeper providing most winners in Hong Kong

Cambridge Stud’s Group One-winning Danehill sire-son Keeper currently leads the Hong Kong Stallion Premiership for both Winners and ...

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17Jan

Public Parade of Cambridge Stud consigment at Karaka

 Sir Patrick Hogan has issued an open invitation to the public to view Cambridge Stud’s complete consignment for the Karaka Premier Sale.This ...

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02Jan

New Group One winner for Stravinsky

Fleur de Lune (Stravinsky ex Kapsjoy, by Kaapstad) became the 9th individual Group One winner for her sire when taking out yesterday’s Railway ...

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27Dec

Milestone for Stravinsky: 800 winners worldwide

Cambridge Stud’s utterly-proven stallion Stravinsky has reached a special milestone in recent days, clocking up his 800th individual ...

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23NovSavabeel’s Best Colt Embellish Retired

Savabeel’s Best Colt Embellish Retired

Savabeel’s best son, Embellish, has been retired in a joint decision made by Cambridge Stud and Te Akau Racing. Cambridge CEO Henry Plumptre said ...

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08Nov

4th Group One winner from Zabeel mare this season

In winning today’s A$1m Crown Oaks-Gr.1 at Flemington, Dear Demi (Dehere ex Shirley, by Zabeel) became the fourth individual Group One winner ...

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05Nov

Hot streak for Keeper in Hong Kong

The stock of Keeper were red hot last night at Sha Tin in Hong Kong, winning races 2, 5 and 6 on the 10 race card! This latest result for Cambridge ...

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04Nov

Zabeels Melbourne Cup Fact File

Zabeel will have no less than four runners in Tuesday’s A$6m Emirates Melbourne Cup, with Maluckyday, Lights of Heaven, Precedence and ...

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27Oct

Ocean Park & Silent Achiever showcase Zabeel damsire influence at the Valley

Zabeel is already the W S Cox Plate’s most successful sire with four individual winners and today he added his name as the broodmare sire of ...

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22Oct

Zabeels Cox Plate Record: no stallion does it better!

The coming week will see a bombardment of facts and figures about Saturday’s W S Cox Plate at Moonee Valley. One statistic which might go ...

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21Oct

Keeper reclaims lead in NZ Stallion Premiership

Keeper is currently New Zealand’s leading sire for Prize Money, Winners (22) and Wins (24). Cambridge Stud’s proven sire-son of Danehill ...

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20Oct

101st SW from a Zabeel mare

 Abidewithme (Redoute’s Choice ex Crimson) became the 101st individual black type winner from a Zabeel mare when winning yesterday’s Ray ...

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18Oct

Zabeel now damsire of 21 individual Gr.1 winners

Zabeel is no stranger to big-time results at this time of year in Melbourne and yesterday’s Thousand Guineas result at Caulfield was another ...

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16Oct

Zabeel half-sister to Nom du Jeu born

Prized Gem, who won a Kelt Capital Stakes-Gr.1 and Brisbane Cup-Gr.1, produced her seventh foal at Cambridge Stud yesterday, a filly by Zabeel. The ...

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15Oct

Keeper reaches 20 NZ winners

Keeper chalked up his 20th individual New Zealand winner this season when Conserves La Foi scored at the Waimate meeting today. Keeper is a clear ...

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15Oct

Son of Galileo leads GB First Season Sire Premiership

New Approach, like Cape Blanco a son of Super Sire Galileo, currently leads Great Britain’s First Season Sire Premiership. According to ...

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09Oct

71st SW for Stravinsky

Jeu de Cartes (Stravinsky ex Prized Gem, by Prized) became the 71st individual black type winner for her sire when taking out last Saturday’s ...

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08Oct

Zabeel back in front in both countries

 According to figures provided by Arion Pedigrees, Zabeel leads the respective Australian and New Zealand Broodmare Sire Premierships following a ...

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05Oct

Famous mum with a colt by a famous sire at foot

Katie Lee & her 2012 Fastnet Rock colt at Cambridge Stud this week - photo by Jenny Kain

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04Oct

Tribute to Efficient

News of Efficient’s retirement today has seen an overwhelming online response; clearly he was widely admired amongst the racing and breeding ...

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