With only one runner in the $70,000 Group 3 LawnMaster Eulogy Stakes (1550m) field already having points to her name, Saturday’s third leg of the New Zealand Bloodstock Filly of the Year Series at Awapuni presents the chance for promising newcomers to stake their claims.

Promising Field for Third Leg of NZB Filly of the Year Series


With only one runner in the $70,000 Group 3 LawnMaster Eulogy Stakes (1550m) field already having points to her name

  • Nine for Charm Spirit


    Windsor Park Stud’s shuttle stallion Charm Spirit recorded his ninth individual winner from his first crop of European two-year-olds when Chicago May won over 1400m at Naas on Saturday.

  • Uninformed article delivers the wrong message in mainstream media


    Racing has been getting a bad deal in mainstream media which seems to go hand-in-hand with the media backhanders constantly being dished out to Acting Prime Minister and Minister of Racing Winston Peters.

  • Bostonian's win part of magnificent family journey


    After winning the Gr.3 Sunshine Coast Guineas with Bostonian (Jimmy Choux-Keepa Cheval), Auckland based breeder David Archer is the first to admit that he has been very lucky with his horses and they have taken him and his family on quite a journey.

  • NZ-Breds well represented in Hong Kong Awards


    New Zealand-breds have had a great season in Hong Kong, recording victories in six of the 24 stakes races, and have been rewarded with nominations in every category in the Hong Kong Champion awards.


  • Cambridge Stud
  • Ellerslie Racecourse