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.

Greycliffe Points to Cups Potential


Tavistock’s 4YO son Greycliffe pointed to brighter things ahead with a smart win over 2100m at Ballarat last weekend.

Book Closed For Roaring Lion


Cambridge Stud has closed the 2019 book for their freshman sire ROARING LION.

U.S. Navy Flag to Valachi Downs


Matamata Stud Farm Valachi Downs will welcome three-time Group One-winning sprinter U.S. Navy Flag to their stallion roster for the forthcoming breeding season.

First winner on the board for Sacred Falls


Exciting prospect Shoshone delivered the first win for her sire, the Waikato Stud-based Sacred Falls, in fine fashion when she led all the way over 1200m at Ellerslie on Monday.

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.