Xpress start for exciting sire 


Xpressmymind wins by 3 lengths in the New Zealand Bloodstock Insurance Pearl Series Race at Riccarton

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  • First Karaka yearlings 2018 sold to $400,000
  • First Magic Millions yearlings 2018 sold to A$300,000


 Windsor Park Stud on Kiwi bred

Winning treble for Windsor Park Stallions at Shatin ››
12 Mar 2018 | By Race news
The first of the farm's stallions to get the ball rolling was Falkirk when his brilliant son Amazing Kids captured the night's premier event, the $2,500,000 Singapore Turf Club Trophy over 1200m. The win was made even more impressive by Amazin
Falkirk's Amazing Kid gets Prebble his 800 HK winner ››
12 Mar 2018 | By HKJC
Jockey Brett Prebble put himself into rare company when he became just the third rider in Hong Kong history to reach 800 winners after taking Sunday’s feature at Sha Tin, the Class 1 Singapore Turf Club Trophy Handicap (1200m), aboard Amazing K
Mastercraftsman's Saint wins Gr.1 Bonecrusher ››
11 Mar 2018 | By Racing News
Murray Baker and Andrew Forsman are likely to be scouring Australian racing programmes for Saint Emilion following the grand front-runner’s success at Ellerslie. The Cambridge trainers will be seriously tempted to look further afield after the
Filly’s express pace opens sire’s account ››
10 Feb 2018 | By NZ Racing Desk
Explosive pace earned Shamexpress Group One sprinting honours in Australia and shades of that were on show at Riccarton on Saturday when the Windsor Park Stud resident sired his first winner from his first crop of 2YO’s. The well-credentialled
Rip Van Winkle’s 21st ››
05 Feb 2018 | By Racenews
Group One sire Rip Van Winkle (Galileo) produced his twenty-first stakes winner at the weekend when promising stayer Pendleton delivered an impressive performance to land the Dunedin Gold Cup over 2400m at Wingatui racecourse. Continuing her recent
Cult hero bolsters yearling sale prospects ››
22 Jan 2018 | By Racenews
Rising star Pingwu Spark (Mastercraftsman) took his prizemoney earnings past NZ$1 million at Sha Tin yesterday when becoming the first horse in Hong Kong to win five races this season. The heaviest horse currently racing in Hong Kong, Pingwu Spark h
Jasd draws attention to Lot 355 ››
21 Jan 2018 | By Racenews
Lot 355 in Book 1 at Karaka next week is sure to attract considerable interest following the impressive winning performance at Trentham yesterday of her half-brother, ‘boom’ three-year-old Jasd. Jasd is unbeaten in both his raceday start
Charm Spirit rubber stamps international appeal ››
16 Jan 2018 | By Racenews
Continuing the northern hemisphere trend, strong international demand for the first yearlings by Invincible Spirit’s triple Gr.1 winning son Charm Spirit was confirmed at the Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale last week. A world class mil
Seraphim scores biggest win in Marton Cup  ››
08 Jan 2018 | By NZ Racing Desk
Race-caller Tony Lee succinctly summed up the performance of Listed Gallagher Marton Cup (2100m) winner Seraphim (NZ) (Rip Van Winkle) when he exclaimed “she just keeps on raising the bar” shortly after runners hit the finish line at Awap


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