Time has been called on the racing career of Savabeel’s Group-winning daughter Mazzolino from the Stephen Marsh barn, who is in foal to Super Seth.
Skyman will be aiming to record his first New Zealand win when he heads to Te Rapa on Saturday to contest the Group 1 Herbie...
James McDonald marked his return home to New Zealand with an impressive victory aboard Velocious in the Karaka Millions 2YO.
The highly anticipated reopening of Ellerslie was celebrated in style on Sunday, with Merchant Queen writing her name into the history books.
Sam Spratt teamed up with arguably New Zealand’s most improved racehorse to land a boilover victory in Saturday’s Group 1 Telegraph (1200m) at Trentham.
In-form short course performer Mercurial has been given the green light for another crack at a major prize on Saturday at Trentham.
Well-performed former Sydney galloper Skyman pleased his connections when stepping out for his first New Zealand outing at Tauranga on Tuesday.
Stephen Marsh is confident of Velocious giving another bold effort at Pukekohe, although his confidence is tempered by an unfavourable forecast.
In-foal mare Mazzolino already has that motherly glow according to trainer Stephen Marsh, and he is hoping she can translate that into Group One success.
Under-rated sprinter Mercurial booked himself a ticket to the Group 1 Sistema Railway (1200m) at Pukekohe with a tenacious all-the-way win on Saturday.
El Vencedor capped off some consistent form and provided Stephen Marsh with a winning black-type double when claiming the Group 3 Eagle Technology Stakes.
Glamour Tycoon scored her second win in a row with a dominant performance in Saturday’s Listed O’Learys Fillies’ Stakes (1340m) at Wanganui.
A busy Saturday afternoon is looming for Cambridge trainer Stephen Marsh, who has 19 runners entered across the Te Rapa and Wanganui meetings.
Nest Egg’s trainer Stephen Marsh has more confidence than most that his runner’s stamina will shine through at Riccarton on Saturday.
Cambridge trainer Stephen Marsh is hoping to hit the ground running as New Zealand Cup Week kicks off in Christchurch this weekend.
An impressive training effort by Stephen Marsh saw the trainer commence Melbourne Cup Day at Pukekohe in style, preparing a freshened Antrim Coast to victory.
Cambridge visitor Burn To Shine threw his name into the mix of serious contenders for the Group 1 New Zealand 2000 Guineas (1600m) next month...
It took a dead heat and a protest before Cannon Hill was declared an outright winner in the opening event at Hastings on Saturday.
Celebrations were in order for Cambridge trainer Stephen Marsh as his dependable four-year-old, Financier, triumphed at Hastings on a rainy Saturday. The son of Tavistock,...
Trainer Stephen Marsh looks to be in for a good spring with a pair of promising gallopers after Burn To Shine and Financier provided the...
A change of stable environment seems to have worked the oracle for talented mare Jodelin Gal as she made her way back into the winners’...
The champagne was flowing in Cambridge on Saturday as local trainer Stephen Marsh celebrated his 1000th New Zealand win at Ruakaka earlier in the day.
Stakes placed mares Jodelin Gal and Miss Cartier will have points to prove when they go head-to-head in the open sprint at Ruakaka on Saturday.
Stephen Marsh has spread his young troops far and wide this weekend with two-year-old representation at Flemington and at both domestic venues.
Stephen Marsh has made a successful practice of targeting Saturday’s black-type feature at Te Rapa as a springboard to future success. The Cambridge trainer has...