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11Jan

New Stakes Performer For Stravinsky

The hardy New Zealand-bred Stravinsky galloper Wine Win became the latest stakes performer for his sire when finishing third in last Sunday's ...

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09Jan

Strong Demand For Progeny of Cambridge Stud Shuttler

The progeny of Stravinsky were in keen demand at the first three sessions of the Magic Millions Sale at the Gold Coast this week, averaging A$204,000 ...

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04Jan

Karaka 2010 Yearling Clips Now Online

NZ Thoroughbred Marketing's Karaka 2010 Yearling Clips are now available online at New Zealand Bloodstock.To view the Cambridge Stud draft of ...

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02Jan

SW Number 124 For Zabeel

Rainbow Styling's victory in the Listed Tattersall's Club Cup at Randwick in Sydney on New Year's Day continued the outstanding run of recent results ...

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01Jan

Red Ruler Now An Equine Millionaire

A dominant staying performance saw Red Ruler much too good in the running of the Group Two City of Auckland Cup (2400m) at Ellerslie on New Year's ...

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29Dec

Zabeel's Gr.3 Result in South Africa

The highly-talented Oracy (Zabeel ex Lady Dehere, by Dehere) won his third black type race when taking out a Group Three event at Turffontein in ...

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28Dec

Six Winners In One Day for Cambridge Stud Stallions

Three of the Cambridge Stud stallion roster were to the fore on Sunday 27 December during racing conducted at Sha Tin (Hong Kong), ArawaPark ...

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27Dec

Zabeel Edges Closer to Sir Tristram

The outstanding staying performance produced by Zarzuela to win the Group Two Great Northern Guineas (2100m) at Ellerslie on Boxing Day edged her ...

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22Dec

Yearling Filming Full Steam Ahead

New Zealand Thoroughbred Marketing's move into the field of yearling filming has started off in great style with Cambridge Stud's 52 Premier Sale ...

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20Dec

Stravinsky - Winners in 30 Countries!

The respective stylish winning performances of Tip the Wink (Awapuni) and Firebolt (Te Rapa) yesterday brought attention to the stock of Stravinsky, ...

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13Dec

Zabeel Takes It To 122 SW

Zabeel clocked up his 122nd individual black type winner when Scouting Wide (NZ) took out yesterday's STC Christmas Cup-LR (2400m) at Rosehill ...

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07Dec

One Cool Cat Filly Aiming For Karaka Million

Wanganui trainer Paul Belsham has his sights set on the $1 million purse on offer for the Karaka Million at Ellerslie late next ...

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06Dec

Close Calls For Stock of Keeper

The stock of Cambridge Stud's Keeper have had a frustrating run of seconds in major Group Races during the last month. The John Sargent-trained St ...

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25Nov

Cambridge Stud Staff Scholarship Winners

Two Cambridge Stud staff have recently been named as recipients of two prestigious scholarships offered by the New Zealand Thoroughbred Breeders ...

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21NovTavistock Colt Sells for $400,000

Tavistock Colt Sells for $400,000

Gr.1 sire Tavistock has proven popular at Day One of New Zealand Bloodstock's Ready to Run Sale of 2YO's today.

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20Nov

Cambridge Stud Yearling Parade

Cambridge Stud's outstanding draft of yearlings for Karaka 2010 will be paraded at Barn I, NZ Bloodstock Sales Centre on Tuesday 26 January 2010 at ...

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14Nov

Katie Lee Creates History

Never say die attitude sees filly land Guineas double.The Cambridge Stud-owned Katie Lee demonstrated terrific fighting qualities to land the Guineas ...

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08Nov

Cambridge Stud Owned Filly Wins NZ 2000 Guineas - Group 1

Katie Lee, raced by Sir Patrick and Justine, Lady Hogan, was a dominant winner of the NZ$1m New Zealand 2000 Guineas at RiccartonPark yesterday, ...

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06Nov

Keeper 5YO wins Gr.3 Hawkesbury Gold Cup

Keepin' the Dream, a five-year-old son of Keeper and Irish Nassie (Nassipour) recorded his most important win when taking out the Hawkesbury Gold ...

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05Nov

Minister for Racing's Visit to Cambridge Stud

Having the opportunity to host the Minister for Racing, the Honourable John Carter, at Cambridge Stud recently, Sir Patrick Hogan also saw it as a ...

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