Group One winner Vanbrugh 

joins the stallion team at Windsor Park

Vanbrugh parades following success in the Gr.1 Spring Champion Stakes at Randwick

Debut Randwick winning 2YO

Gr.1 winning 3YO

Melbourne Spring Carnival Group winner at 4

Strikingly handsome individual

By Champion Sire & Sire of Sires Encosta De Lago


2016 Stallion Brochure 

Test Mating

Windsor Race

  The foal with the 'x' factor

 Windsor Park Stud on Kiwi bred

Group One winner Vanbrugh retires ››
22 May 2017 | By Windsor Park Stud
The Chris Waller-trained Vanbrugh has been retired from racing after being scratched from his raceday finale in Saturday’s Group One Doomben Cup due to the prevailing heavy track conditions. The Group One-winning son of Encosta De Lago, who
Let Her Rip becomes the 6th first crop Group Winner for Rip Van Winkle ››
21 May 2017 | By The Informant
For part-owners Lindsay de Souza, Doug Painter, Todd Hartley and Paul Vawdrey, victory with Let Her Rip in today’s Gr. 3 ISCL Rotorua Stakes carried far more value than its $70,000 prize-money. The group of friends also shared in the ownership
Windsor Park confirm 2017 stallion roster ››
12 May 2017 | By Windsor Park Stud
Three exciting new stallion prospects further strengthen Windsor Park’s stallion roster for 2017. Triple Group One winner Turn Me Loose (Iffraaj), one of Australasia’s foremost miler’s will stand for $15,000 and will be joined by A
Group One bound duo confirmed for Windsor Park ››
12 May 2017 | By Windsor Park Stud
Following last weeks announcement that champion galloper Turn Me Loose will join Windsor Park Stud's 2017 roster, the stud has confirmed their Group One performed Australian entire’s Vanbrugh and Rageese will also retire to stud this Spring. B
Outstanding galloper Turn Me Loose to stand in New Zealand ››
11 May 2017 | By Windsor Park Stud
Triple Group One winner Turn Me Loose, one of Australasia’s fastest and toughest milers, has been secured by Windsor Park Stud to stand at their Cambridge-based nursery this spring. Windsor Park studmaster Rodney Schick is understandably ex
Finishing School's daughter Prom Queen notches another win for Windsor Park Stud ››
11 May 2017 | By Mary Burgess, NZTBA
Flying two-year-old Prom Queen's racing career is still in its infancy but her breeders can't help but get excited about what the future might hold. A two-time listed winner, the daughter of Super Easy and the Royal Academy mare, Finishing Schoo
Triple Group One winner TURN ME LOOSE ››
08 May 2017 | By Windsor Park Stud
Leading Windsor Park filly closes campaign on top note ››
07 May 2017 | By NZ Racing Desk
Precocious Windsor Park-bred youngster Prom Queen has book-ended her two-year-old season as emphatically as she started it. The dashing daughter of first season sire Super Easy and stakes performed Royal Academy racemare Finishing School was an easy
Time called on Let Me Roar  ››
02 May 2017 | By Breeding & Racing
Connections of prodigiously talented mare Let Me Roar (Rip Van Winkle-Lioness, by Generous) have been left to ponder what might have been reports NZ Racing Desk. The curtain has come down on her brief, but successful career and the well-relate

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