Waikato Stud

Tower Road
RD1
Matamata NZ
(64) 07 888 7717

Stallions standing at Waikato Stud

Ardrossan
Ardrossan service fee is $3,000
Ocean Park
Ocean Park service fee is $20,000
Latest winner: Seas No Limit
Savabeel
Savabeel service fee is $100,000
Latest winner: Albarado
Super Seth
Super Seth service fee is $35,000
Tivaci
Tivaci service fee is $12,500

Latest News

The Chittick family of Waikato Stud let out a collective sigh of relief when the Group 1 Caulfield Guineas hero Super Seth made his 2020 bow in Saturday’s $160,000 Group III Manfred Stakes (1200m) at Caulfield and showed he had lost nothing in the interim..
Just two months since her purchase off gavelhouse,com, Out of the Park has repaid her $14,000 purchase price and more after striking up two wins and a placing in just four starts.
A copybook ride by Opie Bosson paved the way for promising filly Showbeel to add a valuable black type success to her career record when she took out the first feature race at Trentham on Saturday, the Group III New Zealand Bloodstock Desert Gold Stakes (1600m).
Te Akau Racing’s quest to win the Karaka Million 2YO (1200m) for the fourth year in succession was bolstered considerably when Cool Aza Beel ensured his place in the field with a dominant victory at Tauranga on Friday.
High-class filly Probabeel (NZ) (Savabeel) will shoot for a slice of history at the Karaka Million twilight race meeting at Ellerslie on January 25.
With big numbers heading to Karaka later this month for the New Zealand Bloodstock National Yearling Sale, three fresh faces from the New Zealand stallion line-up have made strong debuts in this week’s Magic Millions Yearling Sale on the Gold Coast.
Superstar three-year-old Probabeel proved a class above her age-group rivals when she made a winning start to her summer campaign over 1400m at Awapuni on Saturday.
The winning run of trainer Jamie Richards and the Te Akau Racing team continued at Tauranga on Thursday when Byzantine scored over 1400m in rating 72 company.
In what has proved to be a tumultuous and tragic week for Cambridge Stud owners Brendan and Jo Lindsay, the victory of two-year-old filly Taroni and then underrated mare Pretty To Sea in the Listed Hallmark Stud Handicap (1200m) at Ellerslie has brought a small measure of joy to the couple.
Visiting Cambridge mare Concert Hall was back to her brilliant best when she demolished her opposition in Saturday’s Gr.3 Aberdeen On Broadway Manawatu Cup (2300m).
Underrated mare The Real Beel made a winning return from a disappointing Australian spring campaign when she stormed home to take out the Group II Cal Isuzu Stakes (1600m) at Te Rapa.
The Chittick family and the team at Waikato Stud are in mourning after the shock loss of their best mate and emerging young stallion, Sacred Falls.
Ultra-consistent galloper Yearn finally put it all together in stakes company to record a deserved success at Group level when she took out the Gr.2 Dunstan Feeds Auckland Thoroughbred Breeders’ Stakes (1400m) at Pukekohe on Saturday.
The lure of a one million purse has been too attractive for leading Sydney trainer Chris Waller.
Day 1 of the 2019 New Zealand Bloodstock Ready to Run Sale of Two-Year-Olds saw an astute buying bench with both local and international markets active.
Progressive Savabeel mare Supera overcame a wide run in transit throughout to dominate her rivals in the closing stages of the Group II Gartshore Tauranga Stakes (1600m) on Saturday.
Karaka 2017 graduate Oceanex (NZ) (Ocean Park) sent her value skyrocketing with a determined victory in Saturday’s $300,000 Group 2 TAB Matriarch Stakes (2000m) at Flemington.
We recently stated that few stallions have done more to advance their cause in recent months than Waikato Stud’s Ocean Park and his four-year-old daughter Oceanex didn’t let us down when she proved too good in the $300,000 Group II Matriarch Stakes (2000m) at Flemington.
Carrying the famous Trelawney Stud silks, the royally bred Savabeel filly Zayydani made the best possible start to her career on the track with an emphatic win in a 1600 metre maiden at Seymour on Thursday.
New Zealand-bred galloper Kolding is on song for the A$7.5 million Golden Eagle (1500m) at Rosehill on Saturday, according to jockey Glenn Boss.

Recent Sales For Waikato Stud

2020 Karaka Book 1 - Top price: $800,000
2019 Karaka Book 1 - Top price: $1,400,000