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January 21, 2021
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Aegon and Probabeel headline the Waikato Stud recent graduates from the New Zealand Bloodstock Yearling Sale drafts with proprietor Mark Chittick pointing out that at the half-way point of the 2020/21 racing season, Waikato Stud have already clocked up nine individual stakes winning graduates from their premier property in New Zealand. Probabeel (Savabeel) sold for...

January 21, 2021
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Presenting the first crop of a resident stallion to the market place is a special time for any operation, but when they are the progeny of a Group 1-winning son of the breed-shaper Deep Impact it goes to another level. Rich Hill Stud will be in that envious position in January when Satono Aladdin’s youngsters...

January 21, 2021
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It was a good spring for Phoenix Park graduates with the likes of The Chosen One and Princess Jenni doing the farm’s Janine Dunlop proud with gutsy efforts in Melbourne carnival feature staying contests. Already a three times Group winner leading into the spring, The Chosen One was a first up winner over 1700m at...

January 21, 2021
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Racing is a game of risk, and good judges of yearlings know there is great reward to be had when buying from farms with excellent stakes winner production records. From only small drafts, the paddocks of Highden Park continue to produce quality racehorses with this year’s Gr.1 Australasian Oaks winner Toffee Tongue being the latest...

January 21, 2021
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Cambridge Stud continues to thrive under new management with a strong investment into the New Zealand racing and breeding scene. The rewards have been coming their way with several promising types have already begun to emerge from the Cambridge Stud draft of 2019, who are currently half-way through their three year-old season, including Gr.1 placed...

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