New Zealand

Since taking over Wrightson Bloodstock, New Zealand Bloodstock Limited is continuing a long and illustrious record of success as the source of New Zealand champions to the world.


Karaka graduate Kolding (NZ) (Ocean Park) has brilliantly passed his first black-type test, recording a fourth consecutive win with an outstanding performance in Saturday’s A$350,000 Group 2 Ascot Green Queensland Guineas (1600m) at Eagle Farm.

Kolding (NZ) Extends Winning Streak in Guineas


Karaka graduate Kolding (NZ) (Ocean Park) has brilliantly passed his first black-type test, recording a fourth consecutive win with an outstanding performance in Saturday’s A$350,000 Group 2 Ascot Green Queensland Guineas (1600m) at Eagle Farm.

Entries Open for Karaka 2020


Entries for New Zealand Bloodstock’s 2020 National Yearling Sales Series are now open with the Sale taking place next summer at the Karaka Sales Centre from 26 January until 2 February.

Little Giant (NZ) Too Sharp in Sha Tin Vase


A horse who could have been bought for $55,000 as a yearling at Karaka produced a high-class sprinting display to win Sunday’s HK$3.25 million Group 3 Sha Tin Vase (1200m) in Hong Kong.

Buyers Find Quality at Karaka May Sale


The New Zealand Bloodstock Karaka May Sale Weanling session has concluded with a pleasing increase in average and median price from last year’s edition of the Sale.

Three Supplementary Lots for May Sale


The catalogue for the 2019 Karaka May Sale has been bolstered by three supplementary entries – a weanling and two broodmares to be offered at the end of each session they are catalogued in.

Renowned Families at Centre of May Sale


Some of New Zealand’s most influential and established families feature throughout the 240-lot catalogue at New Zealand Bloodstock’s Karaka May Sale, with quality young stock, racing stock and breeding stock set to go under the hammer on 17 May.

Records tumble as Beauty Generation saunters home


Zac Purton celebrates aboard Beauty Generation in front of a packed Sha Tin crowd.