Tag: 'Tavistock'

Promising filly heads home Marsh quinella

If he was tuned in from his American holiday base on Saturday morning, trainer Stephen Marsh would have been delighted with the result of the...
Kapalua Sunset

O’Brien unleashes Oaks prospect

The staying prowess of three-year-old filly Kapalua Sunset was on full display when she streeted her rivals at Kyneton on Tuesday over 1875m. Prepared by...

Tomlinson celebrates significant win

Annavisto’s win in the Listed Bendigo Guineas (1400m) last Saturday proved to be more than just a highlight for her big group of owners. The...

Almanzor set to make impact in Karaka debut

As one of the highest-profile new recruits among New Zealand’s stallion ranks, Cambridge Stud shuttler Almanzor is set to make waves with his first yearlings...

Good friends thrilled with Travi’s win

It might have been nearly dusk, but after Travimyfriend won the Listed The Sofitel (1400m) at Flemington on Saturday, Silver (John) Goodin was down to...

New venture off to a bright start for Heptinstall

Ex-pat Kiwi breeder, owner and racing enthusiast Tommy Heptinstall is reaping the rewards of his decision to move a number of his current racing team...

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...

Spell for Stockman

Progressive three-year-old Stockman has earned a well-deserved break after stringing together three successive victories. The Joe Pride-trained son of Tavistock defeated older horses when successful...

Waddell up for Aussie challenge

One of New Zealand’s top big-race jockeys is heading across the Tasman. Cambridge jockey Jason Waddell said he is at a stage in his career...

Pride eyeing Group 3 assignment for Stockman

Tavistock gelding Stockman continued to show his progressive talents at Randwick on Saturday when taking out his 2000m event, and trainer Joseph Pride is now...

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...

Tavistock dies at Cambridge Stud

Leading New Zealand stallion Tavistock has been put down after suffering complications following a paddock accident.

Stallion Tavistock withdrawn from service

Cambridge Stud stallion Tavistock has been withdrawn from service before the end of the season after sustaining an injury in his paddock.

Four metropolitan winners for Tavistock

Cambridge Stud sire Tavistock was the star of the show on Saturday, with his progeny Travimyfriend, Tavirun and Bedford all successful at Caulfield, while his...