Cambridge Stud

Discombe Road
Cambridge NZ
64-7- 827-7887

Stallions standing at Cambridge Stud

Almanzor
Almanzor service fee is $30,000
Embellish
Embellish service fee is $4,000

Latest News

Cambridge Stud reported eight weeks ago that Tavistock suffered a life-threatening injury in a freak paddock accident.
The Redoute’s Choice stallion, Burgundy, was put down at Cambridge Stud today, having contracted acute laminitis in his front feet. His condition had deteriorated over the past 72 hours and the decision was made between the major partners that he should not suffer further.
Celtic Dream is developing into a valuable broodmare.
La Romanee is proving a dashing advertisement for his Cambridge Stud-based sire Burgundy.
Cambridge Stud stallion Tavistock suffered a serious injury to his near fore foot eight days ago.
Tavistock has sustained an injury in his paddock which will impact his ability to cover. Cambridge Stud have decided that Tavistock will be withdrawn from service for the remainder of the 2019 season.
Tavisan is a rare Tavistock that finds the minimum distance more to his liking than the classic distance, which held in in good stead for Sunday’s $100,000 Apache Cat Classic (1000m) at Cranbourne.
Burgundy’s 3yo daughter Burgundy Rose added another chapter of success for the family of successful trainer Jamie Richards at Taupo on Wednesday.
Graduates of New Zealand Bloodstock Sales dominated the finish of Friday’s A$200,000 Group 2 MSC Signs Stutt Stakes (1600m) at Moonee Valley.
The Trent Busuttin and Natalie Young-trained The Holy One booked his ticket for the Group 1 Caulfield Guineas after leading all the way in Friday Night's $200,000 Group II Bill Stutt Stakes (1600m) at Moonee Valley.
Multiple stakes-placed gelding Tavisan will be aiming to add a black-type victory to his tally when he competes in the Listed Strathmore Community Bendigo Bank Stakes (1200m) at Moonee Valley on Saturday.
A filly bred by Sir Patrick and Lady Hogan created a big impression when zooming home to score at Ballarat on Tuesday.
Cambridge Stud sire Tavistock was the star of the show on Saturday, with his progeny Travimyfriend, Tavirun and Bedford all successful at Caulfield, while his six-year-old son, Curragh, was a winner in Sydney.
A two year-old filly by Tavistock that wins her second start over 1600 metres beating older horses is a horse we want to know more about as a potential Oaks filly next season.
Rugged stayer Zacada turned some below par form around when he out-toughed his rivals carrying 60kgs to take out the Group III Campbell Infrastructure Rotorua Cup (2200m).
A half-sister to Group III winner Estelle Collection, the dam of Australian Horse of the Year Lankan Rupee, promising three-year-old filly Spring Delight is a bridesmaid no longer.
With the first breeding season under new ownership nearing completion, the next important stage in Cambridge Stud's evolution is set to take place at New Zealand Bloodstock's Karaka sales complex.
To quote famous baseballer Yogi Berra, it was “déjà vu’ all over again” at Tauranga on Saturday when classy customer Ocean Emperor defended his Gr2 Gartshore Tauranga Stakes (1600m) crown in fine style.
Cambridge Stud’s headline stallion Tavistock played a significant role in the successful Diamond Lodge draft at last year’s Ready to Run Sale, and he is set to feature prominently again in 2018 with the half-brother to Group I New Zealand Derby winner Habibi.
gavelhouse Australia graduate Tavitaka broke her maiden on Friday over a mile at Kilmore for Jamie Edwards and having been bought in July for just $1,900, she’s already returned over $13,225 to her new connections.

Recent Sales For Cambridge Stud

2020 Karaka Book 1 - Top price: $675,000
2019 Karaka Book 1 - Top price: $800,000