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Bevan arrives in Coolmore, Ireland ››
21 Jun 2016 | By Bevan Smith First blog from Ireland After a great time in Newmarket the Sunline Scholarship has brought me to the Emerald Isle and what a blast I have had so far.
United approach gets stable to memorable mark ››
20 Jun 2016 | By NZ Racing Desk  United approach gets stable to memorable mark Teamwork has been the key to Stephen Autridge and Jamie Richards sitting atop the national trainers’ premiership with a century of winners.
First Group One winner for Showcasing at Ascot ››
18 Jun 2016 | By Haunui Stud Three-year-old filly Quiet Reflection (GB) (Showcasing) provided a fantastic day of firsts at Royal Ascot overnight – the first Group One win for her sire, trainer Karl Burke and jockey, Dougie Costello.
Champion mare Horlicks produces another Group One winner for Graham de Grucy ››
15 Jun 2016 | By Michelle Saba Hawkes Bay breeder Graham de Gruchy is thrilled with the win of Sacred Elixir (Pour Moi[IRE]-Baltika) in the Group One JJ Aitkens Stakes, the latest Group One winner descended from his champion mare Horlicks.
Like Father Like Son for Cambridge Stud dynasty ››
14 Jun 2016 | By NZ Racing Desk  The stunning performance by three-year-old filly Provocative to claim Saturday’s Gr. 1 Queensland Oaks provided great cause for celebration at the home of her remarkable sire Zabeel.
Results Continue for Rich Hill Class of 2011 ››
14 Jun 2016 | By Rich Hill Stud The brave win by Pentire’s progressive son Tucanchoo at Randwick on Saturday continued the remarkable success of Rich Hill Stud’s classic 2011 Karaka yearling draft.
Vespa a great fit for Wellfield Lodge ››
09 Jun 2016 | By Wellfield Lodge   Group One-winning sprinter Vespa is viewed as the perfect addition to Wellfield Lodge’s stallion roster. The champion two-year-old of his year will begin his stud career at the Palmerston North farm in 2016
Super weekend for Westbury Stud ››
01 Jun 2016 | By Michelle Saba In 2008 self-made millionaire Gerry Harvey made the decision to invest in the thoroughbred industry in New Zealand by buying an interest in Westbury Stud....
First Stakes winner for Kay Hood and partners ››
26 May 2016 | By Michelle Saba The recent win by Aide Memoire (Remind [USA]- Explain), in the listed Rangitikei Gold Cup, marked a special milestone for members of the  NZTBA Canterbury, Marlborough and Westland Branch Kay Hood, Debbie Clark and Myles Gordon.
Encouraging times ahead for the New Zealand Breeding Industry and for Nick King of Brighthill Farm  ››
19 May 2016 | By Michelle Saba After yet another successful autumn carnival by New Zealand bred horses it seemed only fitting that the NZB National Weanling, Broodmare and Mixed Bloodstock sale be buoyant, however the record breaking sale was beyond the expectations of everybody..
Imposing Lass completes a hat trick for Peter Newsom ››
11 May 2016 | By Michelle Saba Always up for an adventure, Australasian travel industry trailblazer Peter Newsom decided around 25 years ago to invest in some bloodstock in New Zealand, and recently he was credited with his latest New Zealand bred Stakes winner Imposing Lass.
Records Tumble at NZB National Weanling, Broodmare & Mixed Bloodstock Sale ››
11 May 2016 | By NZB Press Release following Day Two.
Prospects all positive ahead of Sale ››
09 May 2016 | By NZ Racing Desk Below is a cross-section of comments from some of the leading buyers and sellers direct from the sales complex.
Dream double for Wigley family ››
07 May 2016 | By NZ Racing Desk Inglewood Stud savoured a champagne afternoon after a memorable black type double for their resident sire on Saturday.  
Suggested Management of Non-Vaccinated Mares Against EHV ››
05 May 2016 | By NZTBA  The New Zealand Thoroughbred Breeders’ Association (NZTBA) has initiated the following advice for all broodmares owners.
Kiwis jumping for joy with star Sydney horsewoman ››
04 May 2016 | By NZ Racing Desk A Cambridge nursery continues to be an integral part of a top Sydney trainer’s success in a new role.
A message from the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) regarding animal welfare ››
29 Apr 2016 | By M Martin/MPI Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) is seeking feedback on proposed regulations designed to take the next step in improving our already strong animal welfare system. 
Vale Rex Fell of Fairdale and Goodwood Studs  ››
26 Apr 2016 | By Michelle Saba A genuinely good all round bloke was lost to the New Zealand thoroughbred industry recently with the death of Rex Selwyn Fell. Rex passed away peacefully in Palmerston North, after a long battle with illness.
Influential Manawatu breeder dies ››
22 Apr 2016 | By NZ Racing Desk    Popular Manawatu thoroughbred breeder and administrator Rex Fell died on Friday after a prolonged battle with illness. He was 71.
He's Our Rokkii gives John Collinson and his partners Group success in Sydney ››
21 Apr 2016 | By Michelle Saba In the mid 90’s John Collinson set up a foreign exchange business in Auckland and brought in a couple of mates, Costa Feneridis and Paul Bettany, as business partners. As it turned out they also shared an interest in horse racing......
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