1. Falkirk Fires With International Treble
Group One sire Falkirk enjoyed an international treble of winners last weekend. (22 May 2013)
2. Kiwis Make A Killing At Kranji
The star-studded international weekend of racing at Kranji in Singapore began on a high note for New Zealand, with five of Friday night’s nine races falling to Kiwi thoroughbreds including War Affair in the G2 Aushorse Golden Horseshoe.
(19 May 2013)
3. Remarkable Acqusition For Mapperley Stud
Former rugby player Simms Davison's long-term vision for Mapperley Stud has taken a major step forward with the acquisition of Pentire's classy son He’s Remarkable. (19 May 2013)
4. Strong Clearance At National Broodmare Sale
The Broodmare Session of the 2013 National Weanling, Broodmare & Mixed Bloodstock Sale concluded proceedings today at Karaka, with 162 of the 232 broodmares offered through the ring selling for $1,026,900 at a strong clearance rate of 81%.
(11 May 2013)
5. Written Tycoon Mare Tops Karaka Session
New Zealand Bloodstock’s National Weanling, Broodmare & Mixed Bloodstock Sale continued on Thursday with horses-in-training, two-year-olds, yearlings, raced stock and racehorses offered through the ring at Karaka.
(9 May 2013)
6. Darci Brahma Weanling On Top At Karaka
Darci Brahma was the sire to command the spotlight when New Zealand Bloodstock’s three-day National Weanling & Broodmare Sale got underway at Karaka on Wednesday.
(9 May 2013)
7. Buy On Thursday, Race On Saturday
Thursday’s Horses-in-Training session at the NZB National Weanling, Broodmare & Mixed Bloodstock Sale is set to offer a unique opportunity among its 22 entries with the chance to purchase a mare who is nominated to run in a Listed race this weekend at Rotorua. (7 May 2013)
8. Timely Boost For Alamosa
A timely stakes victory by Alamosa youngster Salamanca in Saturday’s Listed Champagne Stakes has provided significant updates for a number of horses in the New Zealand Blodstock National Weanling, Broodmare & Mixed Bloodstock Sale that starts on Wednesday. (6 May 2013)
9. Don Eduardo Retired From Stud Duty
Australian Derby winner Don Eduardo, famous from his early days as Australasia's record priced yearling, has been pensioned from stud duty at the age of only 14. (5 May 2013)
10. Karaka Weanlings Attract Buyers
With a host of profitable pinhooking results and some stellar G1 victories around the world over the past 12 months, the Weanling Session of New Zealand Bloodstock’s National Weanling, Broodmare & Mixed Bloodstock Sale is boasting a big run of success that should lure buyers to the 2013 edition at Karaka start on May 8. (4 May 2013)
11. Rip Van Winkle Returns To New Zealand
Galileo's champion son Rip Van Winkle, a multiple European G1 winner, will return to stand his third season at Windsor Park Stud this spring. (4 May 2013)
12. Randwick Group Winner For Zed
The prowess of champion sire Zabeel received an unnecessary but telling boost with the win of his grandson Usainity in the G3 Frank Packer Plate at Randwick on Saturday.
(29 April 2013)
13. Hippopus Adds To a Fine Season
Sydney-trained Hippopus continued the brilliant run of success New Zealand bred three-year-olds are enjoying in Australia this year with his classy win in the $150,000 VRC St Leger at Flemington on Anzac Day. (27 April 2013)
14. Payments Due For 2014 Karaka Million
Payments for the 2014 edition of New Zealand Bloodstock’s $1 million Karaka Million – New Zealand’s richest race – are due on Tuesday April 30.
(25 April 2013)
15. Zed Is More Than A Survivor
Survived’s performance to win the G3 Hawkes Bay Cup at Hastings delivered a massive result for Grangewilliam Stud and emerging sire Zed. (22 April 2013)
16. Iffraaj Filly Can Perform
Kiwi filly If I Can I Can became the 13th stakes winner for shuttle sire Iffraaj when she won the Listed Warstep Stakes at Riccarton on Saturday. (22 April 2013)
17. NZ Studs Announce Service Fees
Wellfield Stud; The Oaks Stud; Rich Hill Stud; Cambridge Stud (20 April 2013)
18. Waikato Stud Secures Ocean Park
Cox Plate champion Ocean Park has been secured by New Zealand's Waikato Stud. (15 April 2013)
19. NZ Industry Loses A Leader
New Zealand's thoroughbred industry lost one of its leaders with the passing of Cambridge identity Jim Campin at the age of 76. (14 April 2013)
20. Blandford Does Best At Newmarket
Blandford Lodge led the way among New Zealand vendors at the Sydney Easter Yearling Sale at the Newmarket. (12 April 2013)
21. Power To Stand In NZ
Coolmore Stud’s dual G1 winning stallion Power will shuttle to New Zealand for the 2013 breeding season.
(12 April 2013)
22. Good Week For Chequers Stud
Iffraaj filly Kisses rounded off a satisfying week for Chequers Stud when she made the long trip to Riccarton worthwhile with a black type victory in the Listed New Zealand Bloodstock Air Freight Stakes. (10 April 2013)
23. Ocean Park Retirement Confirmed
Cox Plate winner Ocean Park's retirement has been confirmed with connections now considering stud options for the four-year-old. (8 April 2013)
24. National Weanling Sale A Pinhookers Delight
The National Weanling & Broodmare Sale has celebrated a landmark last 12 months, particularly with its weanling graduates garnering a reputation of offering genuine racing prospects in addition to its already well-established reputation as a lucrative source for pinhookers. (5 April 2013)
25. Burgundy Will Be A Good Drop At Stud
Injury has forced the premature retirement of the multiple stakes winner and Group One performer Burgundy.
(5 April 2013)
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