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09Aug

Filly Opens Tavistock's 2018/19 Australian Win Account

Tavistock filly Vintage Stock opened her sire's win account in Australia for 2018/19 at Perth on Wednesday.The 3YO filly was on debut and could ...

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08Aug

The First Foal has Arrived

Cambridge Stud welcomed our first foal of the season into the world last night.The strapping Tavistock colt is bred by Dr. Gene Tsoi and is out of ...

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28Jul

Almanzor has arrived!

A very excited team was there to greet the international superstar Almanzor as he stepped off the truck at Cambridge Stud for the first time this ...

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28Jul

Burgundy Filly Wins Again in Singapore

BURGUNDY's 3YO daughter BRINGER OF WAR 'fought like a caged tiger' to land her second win in Singapore last night.Trained by Mark Walker and raced by ...

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27Jul

Burgundy extends lead on NZ 2nd Season Sire Table

Burgundy has made most of the running in the race to be New Zealand’s leading second season sire this year thanks in large part to the likes of ...

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27Jul

Highly Recommended Strikes Raceday Double

Hot on the heels of Glengallon in Singapore, Highly Recommended has given rise to even more excitement closer to home, this time courtesy of a ...

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27Jul

Bigger Better Things Ahead for Highly Recommended

Cambridge Stud’s exciting young stakes producing Fastnet Rock sire HIGHLY RECOMMENDED gave notice of even bigger, better things ahead last ...

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27Jul

Bowman a boost for Hiflyer

Multiple stakes winner Hiflyer will have one more hit-out in Australia in the Listed Winter Challenge (1500m) at Rosehill on Saturday before ...

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27Jul

Guineas target for Tavisan

Trainer Mick Price knows a thing or two about the progeny of Cambridge Stud stallion Tavistock and even put the polish on the top-class sire himself ...

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21Jul

Highly Recommended registers first Singapore winner

Up-and-coming New Zealand stallion Highly Recommended recorded his first Singapore winner after Glengallon scored a dominant win on debut in the ...

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21Jul

Tavistock strikes 73rd winner for season with Curragh

Tavistock registered his 73rd individual winner of the season when the Trent Busuttin and Natalie Young-trained Curragh struck at Warwick Farm this ...

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18Jul

Gr.1 Partnership Enjoys Further Success

Cambridge Stud's Brendan and Jo Lindsay extended their run of success with David Brideoake-trained progeny out of the Gr.1 producing mare Grand ...

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18Jul

Time called on Longchamp

Tavistock's multiple stakes winner Longchamp has run his last race.The decision was made to retire the six-year-old following a below-par performance ...

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14Jul

Burgundy Strikes 5th Singapore Winner

New Zealand’s leading Second Season sire Burgundy registered his 5th Singapore winner courtesy of Hallelujah last night.Formerly known as Julia ...

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14Jul

Hiflyer Ready to Fly Flag in Australia

Trainer Peter Lock is looking forward to stable star Hiflyer stepping out in today's Listed Winter Stakes (1400m) at Rosehill.“Hiflyer did a ...

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09Jul

Young talent to shine in new term

Cambridge trainer Roger James has high hopes for the new season.He is looking forward to the 2018-19 term in partnership with his current racing ...

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03Jul

Werther Bids for Another Hong Kong Horse of Year Title

Tavistock gelding Werther is shooting for a second Hong Kong Horse of the Year title.The John Moore trained galloper produced a barnstorming effort ...

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01Jul

Bostonian's Dam Booked to Almanzor

Keepa Cheval the dam of Saturday’s Gr.3 Sunshine Coast Guineas winner is booked to Almanzor this season.Bred by David Archer, Bostonian has now ...

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29Jun

Sir Patrick Honoured with Exporters' Champion Award

Cambridge Stud’s former owner Sir Patrick Hogan was honoured with the Exporters’ Champion Award at the 2018 Air New Zealand Cargo ...

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26Jun

Tavistock delivers another strong international result

Tavistock delivered another strong international result when his John Moore-trained son Werther powered home for second in Japan's ...

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