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Major coup for the New Zealand breeding industry ››
23 Apr 2015 | By Windsor Park Stud The winner of three successive Gr.1 races at his last three starts including the Ascot Queen Elizabeth II Stakes, Charm Spirit, highest earning son of boom sire Invincible Spirit, has been secured to join the stallion roster at Windsor Park Stud.
Ponderosa Miss beats her rivals and her life-threatening injuries ››
23 Apr 2015 | By Michelle Saba It’s been a rollercoaster season for the Te Awamutu mare Ponderosa Miss (High Chaparral[IRE]- Bak da Princess) and her win in the Group One Manco Easter Handicap was thoroughly deserved.
Group 3 winner for Allan and Colleen Jackson  ››
20 Apr 2015 | By Michelle Saba When Decorah (Pins[AUS]-Nordic Dancer) won the Group Three Manawatu Breeders’ Stakes recently she became the 150th winner for her owner/breeders Alan and Colleen Jackson.
Vale Philip Vela, a bloodstock pioneer ››
19 Apr 2015 | By NZ Racing Desk  New Zealand racing lost a hugely influential figure on Saturday with the passing of Philip Vela.
Dream addition to the Waikato Stud line-up ››
17 Apr 2015 | By Waikato Stud The latest addition to the Waikato Stud stallion roster is a wish come true for the Matamata farm.
New Zealand's Point of Difference ››
16 Apr 2015 | By Lloyd Jackson  The phenomenon that is Danehill [USA] seems to be endless. His sons and grandsons crowd the current and recent Australian sires lists.
Lloyd Jackson looks at the influence of the mighty Pakistan II (GB) ››
02 Apr 2015 | By Lloyd Jackson We know what...but why?
History made by New Zealand bred sprinter Aerovelocity ››
30 Mar 2015 | By NZTBA Aerovelocity has struck another major blow for the New Zealand thoroughbred industry with his latest international success.
Win a nomination to exciting new sire Proisir ››
27 Mar 2015 | By Rich Hill Stud Rich Hill Stud is once again demonstrating their support of the New Zealand Thoroughbred Breeders' Association. On behalf of the Proisir Syndicate, Rich Hill Stud has generously donated a 2015 nomination to their exciting new sire Proisir.
Wayne and Karen would like to "Include" a Group One ››
25 Mar 2015 | By Michelle Saba White Robe Lodge stud manager Wayne Stewart has been temporarily relieved of duties at Wingatui and is heading north with his classy race mare Include (Gallant Guru[AUS]-She’s Snubbed.
Thee Auld Floozie wins the Sunline Vase ››
10 Mar 2015 | By Michelle Saba For 24 hours Te Awamutu dairy farmer John Young didn’t worry about the drought in the Waikato, he was too busy enjoying a day at the races in Auckland and watching his smart filly Thee Auld Floozie take out the Group Three Sunline Vase.
Iamishwara wins Group One Weight For Age Classic. ››
24 Feb 2015 | By Michelle Saba The win by outsider Iamishwara (Keeninsky – She’s Heroic) in the Group One Haunui Farm Weight-For-Age Classic may have been disappointing for punters but it certainly made the day for retired Papakura farmer Bob Killick.
Primary ITO Equine Training Courses Starting Soon ››
23 Feb 2015 | By Virginia Tocher See the link attached for ITO Equine Courses starting in your region soon
Farm Boy steps up to win the Avondale Gold Cup for farmer Allan Hayward ››
19 Feb 2015 | By Michelle Saba Allan Hayward is a farmer from Rotorangi just south of Cambridge, and is a quiet unassuming bloke who in the past few days has been pitched into the limelight, way out of his comfort zone, due to the deeds of a horse called Farm Boy.
Tie Me Down on track for the Group One NZTBA Stakes in April ››
11 Feb 2015 | By Michelle Saba The success of Tie Me Down (Pins[AUS]- Ashley Downs) the winner of the listed Wairarapa Thoroughbred Breeders Stakes is serendipity according to Pip McCarroll who part owns the mare with Little Avondale Trust.
NZ Breeders need assistance ››
04 Feb 2015 | By Mike Dillon - NZ Herald Concerned by New Zealand’s diminishing broodmare band David Ellis asks Government to weigh in.
Paulie Hunter back in his wife's goodbooks! ››
03 Feb 2015 | By Michelle Saba It took well over 18 months but Paulie Hunter is finally back in the good books with his wife Petrina, after a spur of the moment $200 purchase at the broodmare sale turned into a $47,500 yearling at the recent Festival sale.
Pearl Series proving a popular option for New Zealand owners ››
02 Feb 2015 | By NZ Racing Desk  A stunning home straight dash carried promising three-year-old filly Acquisto to a last stride victory at Hastings last Thursday that provided her smiling connections with double the reason to celebrate.
Hardline's breeder Bill Hurlstone ecstatic with Karaka Million win ››
29 Jan 2015 | By Michelle Saba Taranaki based breeder Bill Hurlstone was lucky enough to be on hand to see Hardline (Showcasing[GB]- Midnight Breaker), blitz his rivals to win the restricted listed Karaka Million at Ellerslie
NZ Equine Industries Sign Bio-Security Deal With Government ››
29 Jan 2015 | By Radio NZ Equine industries yesterday announced that an agreement has been signed with the New Zealand government aimed at protecting the health and welfare of all horses in the country.
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