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Champion Sire Proisir to stand for NZ$80,000 in 2024

Rich Hill Stud announce 2024 service fees for all five stallions on their roster, with Proisir predictably topping the bill, but followed closely by the statistically outstanding Satono Aladdin (Jpn).
Thursday 18th April
Madame Pommery for Magic Millions

The G1 Thousand Guineas winner Madame Pommery (No Nay Never {USA}) is the latest headline act added to the Magic Millions National Broodmare Sale in May.

April 18th 2024

Who runs the racing world? It’s a year for the fillies and mares

As Pride Of Jenni and Imperatriz joust for Horse of the Year honours – with respect to dual Cups winner Without A Fight (Ire)– their feats this season have spearheaded the fairer sex over-achieving in Australia’s major races.

April 18th 2024

New debut juvenile winners for Pierata and Super Seth

Smart juvenile performances across Australia and New Zealand saw exceptional pedigrees salute - from a half-brother to Mo’unga by Super Seth to a granddaughter of Princess Coup, there was plenty of elite action for bloodstock enthusiasts to get excited about.

April 18th 2024

Hawaii Five Oh to stand at Vinery Stud for $16,500

Vinery Stud is excited to introduce Hawaii Five Oh (I Am Invincible) for his debut season at $16,500 (inc GST). Bred by Gerry Harvey, this son of I Am Invincible arrives with an impressive pedigree, stunning appearance, and a track record of stellar performances.

April 17th 2024

Echoes of Zabeel: Almanzor quietly carving out his niche

Following Almanzor's remarkable Sydney Cup quinella, The Thoroughbred Report reminisces on another Cambridge Stud luminary, the legendary Zabeel (NZ), whose lineage consistently graced the winner's circle, shaping a rich heritage of racing success.

April 17th 2024

Analyse This: April vendor focus on Silverdale Farm

In this series, TTR AusNZ shines the analytical spotlight on an in-form sire, trainer, vendor or breeder who is enjoying a particularly good run and Silverdale Farm is TTR AusNZ's vendor of the month.

April 17th 2024

Letter to the editor: Is innovation the solution to welfare and traceability challenges?

In this response to the recent article about the management of aftercare funds for retired racehorses, Tom Seymour challenges the perceived lack of traceability solutions and proposes innovative solutions based on successful models in other sectors, advocating for a data-driven approach and industry collaboration.

April 17th 2024

Trelawney’s Queen: Taylors toast their late blooming star

For Trelawney Stud’s Cherry and Brent Taylor, Pride Of Jenni’s (Pride Of Dubai) rise to racing folklore has been a couple of decades in the making, with her Queen Elizabeth S. demolition job coming 19 years after her grand dam Vouvray (NZ) (Zabeel {NZ}) ran fourth in the same race.

April 16th 2024