The history maker arrives at Windsor Park 

The magnificent Mongolian Khan, the first horse in history to win 

the New Zealand Derby, Australian Derby and Caulfield Cup 

will commence stud duties at Windsor Park Stud 2016

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History making Champion to stand at Windsor Park Stud ››
25 May 2016 | By racingandsports.com.au
Mongolian Khan, the first horse in history to win ATC Australian Derby, New Zealand Derby and Caulfield Cup has been secured by Windsor Park Stud and will stand at the Cambridge nursery this spring. New Zealand’s Horse Of The Year and Champ
Filly roars with four from four ››
23 May 2016 | By NZ Racing Desk
Talented filly Let Me Roar (Rip Van Winkle) will head to her winter spelling paddock with a perfect four-from-four winning record after putting up her most impressive performance to date at Te Rapa yesterday. The Rip Van Winkle three-year-old made l
McNab and Kuru's Domination at Rotorua  ››
17 May 2016 | By Stuff
The result of the Arawa Park Highweight at Rotorua could prove a significant guide to upcoming races. Domination, true to his name, won Saturday's race with authority and will be an especially interesting runner in the maiden hurdle at Te
Windsor Park-bred Debt Collector nails Singapore Guineas ››
16 May 2016 | By Tim Ryan, Stuff.co.nz
A son of the deceased Thorn Park (Spinning World) has joined the Group I honour roll of the former Windsor Park Stud sire. Debt Collector (Thorn Park) has risen to stardom with a spectacular winning streak in Singapore, and he fu
Weir aims for Stradbroke with Rageese ››
16 May 2016 | By racing.com
Darren Weir has Rageese on a path towards the Stradbroke Handicap and the rejuvenated three-year-old can qualify for Brisbane’s biggest race with a win in Saturday’s Fred Best Classic (1350m).  With Brad Rawiller
Outstanding Debt Collects Singapore Guineas in style ››
15 May 2016 | By Michael lee, Singapore Turf Club
Debt Collector (Thorn Park) undeniably stamped himself as this year’s best three-year-old when he unleashed blinding acceleration at the 300m to land the $500,000 Group 1 Singapore Guineas (1600m) on Sunday. The last of the three wins of the s
ShamExpress weanlings in high demand ››
13 May 2016 | By Racenews
The popularity of the first-crop weanlings by brilliant Aussie sprinter ShamExpress (O’Reilly) carried on from the Inglis Sales in Sydney last week to the New Zealand Bloodstock National Weanling Sale at Karaka this week. The first weanling
Gai enjoying her ride with Valediction ››
12 May 2016 | By Stuff.co.nz
A Cambridge nursery continues to be an integral part of a top Sydney trainer's success in a new role. Windsor Park Stud co-bred and part-owns Valediction​, who provided Gai Waterhouse with her first success at the Warrnambool carnival when he coaste
Brisbane may take precedence for Rageese ››
12 May 2016 | By NZ Racing Desk
In-form colt Rageese (Street Cry) may stay at home this weekend with a trip to Queensland in mind. Raced by Windsor Park Stud with Sheikh Mohammed bin Khalifa Al Maktoum, Rageese is among the acceptances for Saturday’s Listed Adelaide Guine
   
 

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