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These horse racing links to New Zealand will have direct links to racetracks, gambling, organisations, handicapping and more, updated as new sites come on line with us......
An award-winning site now offers five news streams for New Zealand, Australia, Singapore and the rest of the world in an attractive, user-friendly format.
One of New Zealand's most popular sporting sites.
The Ford Report
Vetesio International Racing Ltd
View the work of Canterbury equine photographer Jeni Bassett here.
A tribute site to one of New Zealand's greatest champions.
Keep up with Sunline's new life as a broodmare, and settle those arguments about her magnificent racing career in New Zealand, Australia, Hong Kong and Dubai.
Dedicated to New Zealand's current Horse of the Year.
STUDS NZTBA Studs & Stallions Database. Alfriston Stud
Auckland-based stud, standing brilliant two-year-old Quorum.
Based at Tolaga Bay on the east coast of New Zealand's North Island. It's the home of Eire Danza.
Blandford Lodge, the historic Matamata stud. The stud, one of the most beautiful properties in New Zealand, offers boarding facilities for local and international clients. Bluegum Lodge
Brian & Raewyn Corbett's farm, standing VRC Australian Cup G1 winner Istidaad.
Nick & Anne-Marie King's stud established in 1996 between Cambridge & Hamilton, now standing Monolith and Ustinov and, for Grande Vue Lodge, St Petersburg.
Craig and Annabelle Read's Ashburton farm standing four sport horse stallions including the thoroughbred Dorchester.
The world-famous stud owned and operated by Sir Patrick and Lady Hogan. Includes pedigrees, photos and stud records of current sires Zabeel, Keeper and Stravinsky, Viking Ruler and One Cool Cat. There's also a good summary of supersire Sir Tristram's career, pedigrees and notes for selected broodmares; and details of upcoming sale yearlings. Chequers Stud
The stud and racing stables owned and managed by Jim Campin and his sons Mark and Chris. Jim Campin’s name appears as the breeder beside no fewer than 12 individual Australasian Group One winners over the past 23 years. Current sires are the thoroughly proven Deputy Governor, and Ishiguru.
Cheval Stud near Te Awamutu is the home of Borstal Boy, Express Duke, Rainbow Myth and Dance Floor.
Robyn & Gordon Cunningham's property near Hamilton, established in 1994 and standing City On A Hill.
Emerald Lodge Stud
standing Eltawaasul, Simon Snorkel and Danske, leased for the 2005 season and then purchased early in 2006.
Established in 1948, Fairdale now stands Howbaddouwantit.
Fayette Park Stud
Fayette Park, near Matamata. The stud's most recent resident sires were Germano, Stark South, Postponed (now at Stoney Bridge), Don Eduardo (now at Haunui Farm). Grande Vue Lodge
The Holmes family's stud near Matamata standing Magic Of Sydney (by Danehill).
The Baker family's stud near Te Kauwhata, between Auckland and Hamilton, standing Diamond Express, Le Bec Fin, Spectatorial and Gold Mine.
The Auckland-based stud owned and operated by the Chitty family.
Highview Stud is managed by Brent Gillovic and stands Kashani, Align San Luis and, new in 2005, Danroad and Johar.
Little Avondale Stud
The Williams family's stud in the lower North Island region of Wairarapa, standing promising young sire Towkay.
Robert Moriarty's Canterbury stud farm, standing Kingmaker, Private Call and, new in 2005, Ruby's Jester.
Private stud owned by Peter & Philip Vela.
Rich Hill Stud
John & Colleen Thompson's farm, standing proven sire Pentire, 2005 second-leading European freshman sire Bertolini, Jungle Pocket and Bahhare who returns after a four-year break from shuttling.
Alan & Lorraine Slade's stud in Canterbury standing Summer Suspicion and Skagen in 2006.
Mike Tololi's stallion station managed by Peter Jenkins, and home of Postponed, Ekraar, Storm Creek and new in 2006, Storming Home.
Te Runga Stud
Wayne and Alison Larsen established Te Runga on an existing farm near Papakura in 2000 and now stand three stallions: Strategic Image, Chianti and, new in 2006, Castledale. The Oaks
The Oaks stands American Grade 1 winner Traditionally, Spartacus and, new in 2005, Bachelor Duke.
Totara Park Stud
Northland stud, home of Drama Critic and Rusty Spur.
Online gateway to one of New Zealand's most famous thoroughbred nurseries, and Van Nistelrooy. Trelawney is owned by the Taylor family and operated by studmaster Brent Taylor and his wife Cherry. Waikato Stud
The Chittick family's stud near Matamata is home to proven sires O'Reilly and Pins, No Excuse Needed (by Machiavellian) and, new in 2005, Cox Plate winner Savabeel and G2 winner Scaredee Cat.
Westbury is home to Faltaat, Kilimanjaro, Desert Fox, Zerpour, Pyrus, and Captain Rio.
Natalie Iles' property near Christchurch, standing Chagall, given an attractive online introduction here.
White Robe Lodge
Stallions Yamanin Vital, Personal Escort, Seasoned Star and Danzighill.
Windsor Park Stud
Near Cambridge, the home of leading sires Star Way and Volksraad; standing alongside Casual Lies, Black Minnaloushe, Golan, Thorn Park and, new in 2005, High Chapparal and King's Chapel.
BLOODSTOCK AGENTS Attractive site for Bruce and Anna Perry's successful bloodstock agency which includes Happyanunoit, Emerald Dream and Hula Flight on its honour roll. Paul Moroney Bloodstock
Paul is a highly respected bloodstock buyer and syndicate manager, who works closely with his brother, successful trans-Tasman trainer Mike Moroney. This new site offers is an appealing, well-organised and informative introduction to Paul's business including opportunities to join partnerships and syndicates managed by him. The detailed rundown on the Class Syndicates is especially good. His regular newsletter, list of latest winners and link to Ballymore Stables can also be found here. This site was a finalist in two categories of the Wilburtins McDonald Thoroughbred Internet Awards, 2003.
Renee Geelen and Brennan Daly are young professionals with a passion for racing and breeding and through authorised syndicator de Kabat Bloodstock they offer a cost-effective entry to racehorse ownership; and an interesting approach to pedigree analysis. Plenty of information on de Kabat's horses and a clear explanation of what's involved in joining a syndicate.