A flying start to the new season for RIP VAN WINKLE

RIP VAN WINKLE'S sons Kingsguard and unbeaten Chatelard win impressively in Sydney last week

 
 Windsor Park Stud on Kiwi bred

   
Rip Van Winkle's Kingsguard wins again in Sydney ››
15 Aug 2017 | By racingnews.co.nz
Raced in New Zealand as His Majesty, the now five-year-old had shown plenty of ability in his first six starts, including running second to star galloper Xtravagant at Ellerslie, before being sent across the Tasman by his owners, Windsor Park Stud.
Another first for the history making Mongolian Khan ››
14 Aug 2017 | By Racenews
The first foal sired by twice Horse Of The Year Mongolian Khan (Holy Roman Emperor), arrived on schedule Saturday evening at Windsor Park Stud, where the champion galloper stands at stud. The attractive bay colt, who enjoyed a text book delivery, is
Triple Gr.1 winner Charm Spirit has arrived ››
01 Aug 2017 | By Windsor Park Stud
• Triple Gr.1 winning miler of Ascot Queen Elizabeth II Stakes & Prix du Moulin de Longchamp • Second highest rated 3YO in the world (to Kingman in the mile category (Turf) – 2014 World Thoroughbred Rankings • Timefo
Chatelard stars for Rip Van Winkle ››
28 Jul 2017 | By Racenews
Unbeaten 3YO Chatelard provided his sire Rip Van Winkle with the quinella when he produced a quality performance in Sydney on Wednesday to claim victory in the ATC TAB Handicap over 1900m. Trained by Chris Waller, the $90,000 Star Thoroughbreds Kara
Pour Moi filly Only Mine dominates at Naas ››
27 Jul 2017 | By Sportinglife
Only Mine gave weight and a sound beating to her rivals in the Yeomanstown Stud Dark Angel EBF Stakes at Naas. Joe Murphy's filly had to shoulder a 3lb penalty for winning a Listed prize at the Curragh at the start of the month but was a well-s
New stakes winner for Rip ››
03 Jul 2017 | By Racenews
Three-year-old French colt Rip became the latest stakes winner for Rip Van Winkle when successful in the Saint-Cloud Prix de Saint-Patrick over 1600m in Paris at the weekend. The talented colt has now won three of his last four starts with his lates
New Sires For 2017: Turn Me Loose - Windsor Park Stud, Stud Fee $15,000 ››
29 Jun 2017 | By John Richardson, The Informant
The phrase “timing is everything” is a truism not only in life in general, but also in all sports, and none more so than in the breeding game. There is not a shadow of doubt that Windsor Park Stud have timed their introduction of TURN ME
Purely sensational ››
26 Jun 2017 | By Racenews
Casta Diva, the uniquely coloured, striking white daughter of champion sire High Chaparral and Zabeel broodmare The Opera House, registered her first racetrack success in Japan last Saturday. Racing against older competitors over the extended dista
Aerovelocity, Hong Kong’s warrior, bids farewell at Sha Tin ››
21 Jun 2017 | By David Morgan, HKJC website
Aerovelocity will depart for Australia and a well-earned retirement at picturesque Muskoka Farm after a farewell ceremony at Sha T
   
 

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