Tag: 'Cambridge Stud'

Hello Youmzain

Hello Youmzain Retired

Leading European sprinter Hello Youmzain has been retired and will begin his stallion career in France at Haras d’Etreham before shuttling to Cambridge Stud in...
Hello Youmzain

Group 1 placing for Hello Youmzain

Dual Group 1 winner Hello Youmzain just came up short of adding a third elite-level victory to his burgeoning CV when finishing runner-up to Space...
Tavistock

Posthumous purple patch for Tavistock

The strong recent form of Tavistock’s progeny has given Cambridge Stud chief executive Henry Plumptre a feeling of déjà vu. A multiple Group 1 winner...
Hello Youmzain

Lindsays ecstatic following Group 1 Royal Ascot triumph

Hello Youmzain landed the second Group 1 sprint of his career when taking the Group 1 Diamond Jubilee Stakes (1200m) at Royal Ascot (Sunday morning...
Hello Youmzain

Kiwi interest at Royal Ascot in Group 1 sprint

Top quality sprinting colt Hello Youmzain is in fine fettle ahead of Saturday’s Group 1 Diamond Jubilee Stakes (1200m) at Royal Ascot where he will...
Equine exports

Equine exports resume

The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) has completed testing all adult horses considered at risk of contracting Theileria equi infection through association with an infected...
Vernazza

New Zealand powerhouses unite ahead of spring

Two of New Zealand’s thoroughbred powerhouses are set to join forces to tackle Melbourne Spring Racing. Te Akau Racing and Cambridge Stud principals Brendan and...
Tavistock

Exciting filly sets tongues wagging at Cambridge Stud

It was an emotional day on Saturday for the team at Cambridge Stud. The prestigious thoroughbred nursery went through a tumultuous few months last year...
Vernazza

Vernazza leads quality cast for boutique Noble team

Karaka trainer Lance Noble has an eye to the future as he welcomes the next batch of well-bred youngsters to the fold this week. Noble...
Pretty To Sea

Pretty To Sea lifts Cambridge Stud spirits

In what has proved to be a tumultuous and tragic week for Cambridge Stud owners Brendan and Jo Lindsay, the victory of two-year-old filly Taroni...
Tavistock

Tavistock dies at Cambridge Stud

Leading New Zealand stallion Tavistock has been put down after suffering complications following a paddock accident.
Not An Option

Cambridge Stud secures Not An Option

Cambridge Stud have secured a majority share in unbeaten two-year-old colt Not An Option, a son of proven Australian sire Not A Single Doubt. An...
Burgundy

Stallion Burgundy euthanised at Cambridge

New Zealand stallion Burgundy has been euthanised at Cambridge Stud after contracting acute laminitis.
Tavago

Stallion Tavistock withdrawn from service

Cambridge Stud stallion Tavistock has been withdrawn from service before the end of the season after sustaining an injury in his paddock.

Roaring Lion undergoes colic surgery

Champion European horse Roaring Lion has undergone emergency colic surgery in New Zealand where he was due to stand at Cambridge Stud.
Blue Breeze

Lindsays buy into Melbourne Cup hopeful

Auckland Cup-placed Blue Breeze will race in the Cambridge Stud colours this spring as the stayer attempts to qualify for this year’s $A8 million Group...

Roaring Lion’s stud book full at Cambridge

European champion Roaring Lion, who will stand at New Zealand's Cambridge Stud in the spring, is fully subscribed for his first season.

European champion for Cambridge Stud

The changing of the guard at Cambridge Stud has been ushered in with the addition of an international Group 1 star to the 2018 stallion...
NZ horse Not Usual Talent

Unbeaten 3YO’s future unclear

Stephen Marsh has tipped a bright future for Not Usual Talent.
NZ stayer Weather With You

Cambridge could have four runners in Australian Derby

Murray Baker and Andrew Forsman could have four runners in next weekend’s Australian Derby.
Age Of Fire

Age Of Fire sold to Cambridge Stud & heading to Sydney to race

Group One winner Age Of Fire will take his place on the Cambridge Stud stallion roster at the conclusion of his racing career. Te Akau...
Embellish winning the NZ Guineas

Cambridge Stud’s new owner adds Embellish to stallion roster

Cambridge Stud’s new owners have already made a significant move into the stallion market. Brendan and Jo Lindsay, who take over the iconic nursery in...
Highly Recommended wins the Alister Clark Stakes

Highly Recommended to stand at Cambridge Stud

Following the recent sale of Cambridge Stud to Brendan and Jo Lindsay, and the appointment of Henry Plumptre as chief executive from April 2018, a...
Cambridge Stud

Cambridge Stud to remain Kiwi-owned after Sir Patrick Hogan sells

SIR PATRICK HOGAN has announced the sale of Cambridge Stud and he confirmed that it will stay with New Zealand interests. The backbone of the...