Haunui Farm

113 Kidd Road
Karaka 2580 NZ
+64 9 292 7154

Stallions standing at Haunui Farm

Belardo
Belardo service fee is $10,000
Ribchester
Ribchester service fee is $15,000

Latest News

A strong resemblance to Group1 Caulfield Cup (2400m) winner Jameka led to the first $500,000 sale at Karaka on Sunday.
Exciting juvenile Play That Song (NZ) (Showcasing) maintained her unbeaten record when she downed hot favourite Not An Option (Not An Option) to win the first of the feature races at Ellerslie on New Year’s Day, the Gr.2 Barneswood Farm Eclipse Stakes (1200m).
There were emotional scenes in the Timaru birdcage following the running of the Listed Craigmore Sustainable Holdings Ltd Timaru Cup (1600m) on Saturday as the connections of Who Dares Wins waited for their pride and joy to return to the winner’s enclosure.
Taroni, an impressive 2YO winner at Ellerslie on Boxing Day in the colours of Cambridge Stud's Brendan and Jo Lindsay, joins Group two-winner PLAY THAT SONG, stakes performer Ohio Showgirl and Australian-based Disco Lights to give former Haunui Farm stallion Showcasing (GB) (Oasis Dream) four of the top twelve qualifiers as the countdown to the Karaka Million gets underway in earnest
Jenna Mahoney’s $1,000 gavelhouse.com weanling buy Opalescence (NZ) (Showcasing) built on her promising debut second last month to go one better at Awapuni on Saturday.
A perennial bridesmaid at the highest level, consistent galloper Wyndspelle finally cracked a maiden Group One triumph when he took out the Gr.1 Rydges Wellington Captain Cook Stakes (1600m) in fine style at Trentham.
Day One of the New Zealand Bloodstock Ready to Run Sale Breeze Ups saw 188 two-year-olds charge down the final straight of Te Rapa Racecourse.
Tattersall’s world-renowned October Yearling Sale got underway last week and Haunui Farm have been delighted to see the results for Belardo’s first Northern Hemisphere yearlings.
Well bred three-year-old filly Sorceress made an eye-catching winning debut at Ashburton on Friday in the Barneswood Farm Stakes Day 19th October (1250m).
The leading sire in New Zealand last season for two year-old winners, former Haunui Farm shuttler Showcasing (GB) has an outstanding three year-old sprinter in Europe this year in Advertise, who won the Group I Prix Maurice de Gheest at Deauville overnight.
Te Rapa visitor Flaunting coped best with the testing Heavy11 track conditions prevalent at Wanganui on Saturday as she slogged through the mud to take out the Listed John Turkington Forestry Ltd.
With the Karaka May Sale and Magic Millions Weanling Sales just around the corner, the battle of the first season sires is set to begin and Haunui Farm’s young stallion, BELARDO, should be at the top of everyone’s list, and here’s why.
Former Haunui Farm stallion Showcasing has taken his standing as a sire of winning two-year-olds in New Zealand to a possible record level.
Consistent filly Rainbow Dash added further valuable black-type to her outstanding two-year-old campaign with a gritty victory in the Listed Waikato Equine Veterinary Centre 2YO Stakes (1100m) at Te Rapa.
Visiting northern rider Lisa Allpress showed her undoubted class in the saddle when she guided race favourite All About Magic to a comprehensive victory in the Listed Berkley Stud Champagne Stakes (1200m) at Riccarton.
Local runner Who Dares Wins upset the favourites when he produced a bold finishing burst to capture his first win at stakes level when scoring in the Listed Christchurch Casino Easter Cup (1600m).
Former Haunui Farm stallion Showcasing (GB) (Oasis Dream) has continued his dominance of 2YO racing in New Zealand with winner number 10 at Counties today, Enjoy The Show (NZ).
With two Group 2 wins and 16 points already to her name, Imelda Mary (NZ) (Ferlax) will attempt to maintain her New Zealand Bloodstock Filly of the Year Series lead in Wednesday’s eighth leg – the $100,000 Group 2 Little Avondale Lowland Stakes (2100m) at Hastings.
Queensland trainer Liam Birchley guaranteed himself all the hospitality he could ask for after he won an intense bidding war to secure a flashy Showcasing colt from the draft of Karaka-based Stud, Haunui Farm.
Group Two winner Xpression will do the rest of her racing on Australian soil after departing for Sydney on Monday.

Recent Sales For Haunui Farm

2020 Karaka Book 1 - Top price: $500,000
2020 Karaka Book 2 - Top price: $95,000
2020 Karaka Book 3 - Top price: $22,000
2019 Karaka Book 1 - Top price: $360,000
2019 Karaka Book 2 - Top price: $160,000
2019 Karaka Book 3 - Top price: $22,000
2019 Karaka May Sale - Top price: $52,500