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Shamexpress continuing to pump out the winners


Wild Express, a debut performer for the Busuttin/ Young team won impressively on debut, justifying his short quote in the market at Stoney Creek. The full brother to Sydney Metro winner, Bothered, ...

Derby contenders unleashed at Rotorua

29 DEC 20 | NZ Racing Desk


Mongolian Wings reminded punters he was another in New Zealand Derby contention when he won his second race in row with a comprehensive performance in a rating 65 1560m contest. The Mongolian Khan ...

Impressive Hong Kong Winner for Shamexpress

29 DEC 20 | WPS news


Shamexpress winners continue to flow in all parts of the world when Green Envy booted away and won impressively by 4 - 1/2 lengths at Sha Tin for top hoop Joao Moreira and the stable of Casper Fown...

Pre-race scare not enough to stop promising maiden

29 DEC 20 | NZ Racing Desk


Pre-race scare not enough to stop promising maiden Windsor Park bred and sold promising three-year-old galloper Bentayga shook off the effects of a pre-race scare to register his first victory at N...

Ripper Of A Dream justifies short odds


Rip Van Winkle gelding, Ripper of a dream went on to win well at Matamata under the urgings of Jonathan Riddell to break maiden ranks. The Baker/ Forsman trained runner started at odds of $3.50 and...

Shamexpress with Victorian double

19 DEC 20 | WPS News


Sham I Am provided his trainer Ray Matthews with his first metropolitan win as a trainer when creating a boil over at 70-1 at Moonee Valley on Friday night. The son of Shamexpress and Les Miserable...

Vassilator impresses in Flemington win

19 DEC 20 | WPS News


Windsor Park Bred and Sold, Vassilator accelerated brilliantly to take out the $125,000 Kennedy Handicap, over 1400 meters. The 5 year old son of Zacinto and Highlights who already boasts an impres...

Familiar look to impressive Te Rapa maiden winner

19 DEC 20 | NZ Racing Desk


Promising three-year-old Mongolian Wings showed he could be on a similar path to his illustrious sire when he produced an eye-catching display to shed his maiden status at Te Rapa. The Murray Baker...

Callsign Mav returns at Awapuni

17 DEC 20 | NZ Racing Desk


Hawke’s Bay trainer John Bary believes Saturday’s Gr.2 Kevin Pratt Memorial Manawatu Challenge Stakes (1400m) at Awapuni is the ideal race for resuming Group One winner Callsign Mav. The four-year-...

Kirwan’s Lane (Charm Spirit) to tackle Gold Coast feature


Last-start winner Kirwan’s Lane (NZ) (Charm Spirit) will have a freshen up before heading to Queensland for the TAB Wave (1800m) at the Gold Coast Turf Club on January 9. The son of Charm Spirit wa...

Coventina Bay gets first Group race success


Promising mare Coventina Bay (ShamExpress) added valuable black type to her burgeoning race record when she prevailed in a desperate finish to the Gr.3 J Swap Sprint (1400m) at Te Rapa. The Robbie ...

INVISIBLE SPIRIT CLEAR OF RIVALS AT TRENTHAM

5 DEC 20 | NZ Racing Desk


Promising galloper Invisible Spirit made a winning return to the track when he led throughout to capture the first event at Trentham on Saturday. The Charm Spirit gelding hadn’t been seen on raceda...

HINDAAM PROVIDES MORE BLACK TYPE FOR FAMILY

14 NOV 20 | NZ RACING DESK


Well-related filly Hindaam (NZ) (Savabeel) bolstered her residual value for owners Shadwell Stud when winning the Listed Twilight Glow Stakes (1400m) at Sandown on Saturday. The Tom Dabernig and Be...

FLEMINGTON GROUP 3 WINNER FOR CHARM SPIRIT

NZ RACING DESK | 7 NOV 20


Four-year-old gelding Sansom has fashioned a good winning record for trainer Phillip Stokes and it continued at Flemington on Saturday when leading throughout to score in the Gr.3 Network 10 Chatha...

BACK TO BACK WINS FOR SUPREME KHAN

30 OCT 20 | WPS News


The impressive Supreme Khan made it two from two on Thursday at Ashburton, jumping up in trip to 1400 and in class held no qualms for the son of Mongolian Khan. He jumped well from the wide draw an...

FIRST TRIAL WINNER FOR TURN ME LOOSE

27 OCT 20 | NZ Racing Desk


Windsor Park Stud stallion Turn Me Loose recorded his first trial victory as a sire when his two-year-old colt out of Group Three performer Angel del Dinero won his 800m heat at Taupo on Tuesday.  ...

Winners flowing for Mongolian Khan

5th October, 2020 New Zealand Racing News


Wagga trainer Tim Donnelly cleaned up at his local meeting on Saturday, claiming three of the six winners on the card, including the heavily backed Mongolian Brave (NZ) (Mongolian Khan), which was ...

Windsor Park-bred wins Gr.1 Trophy

19 SEP 20 | NZ Racing Desk


Hastings trainer John Bary has saddled plenty of big-race winners on home soil, but none with the shock factor of the Windsor Park bred Callsign Mav’s $82 boilover in Saturday’s Gr.1 Tarzino Trophy...

GROUP 1 ASSIGNMENTS IN STORE FOR GERMANICUS

NZ Racing Desk | 14 Sep 20


Danica Guy couldn’t be happier with her talented galloper Germanicus (NZ) (Rip Van Winkle) as the five-year-old begins a Group One programme of assignments this season at Hastings on Saturday. The ...

ONE TO WATCH!


Entered for the Group I MRC Thousand Guineas, this beautiful Savabeel filly cast off maiden status with a runaway win at Pakenham on Monday. Trained at Lindsay Park by the Hayes Dabernig team, Hind...

AUSTRALIA NO BOTHER FOR KIWI MARE

13 AUG 20 | NZ Racing Desk


Peter Setchell is having a grand old time racing handy mare Bothered in Australia.   The five-year-old daughter of ShamExpress continued her undefeated record across the Tasman when winning over 11...

OAKS WINNERS PLEASES IN RUAKAKA

05 AUG 20 | NZ Racing Desk


Shaune Ritchie was beaming after Jennifer Eccles’ 1050m trial at Ruakaka on Tuesday.   He was delighted to see last season’s Gr.1 New Zealand Oaks (2400m) winner relax in her heat and run on well t...

LONDON EXPRESS ON WINNING FORM AT MATAMATA

01 AUG 20 | NZ Racing Desk


Talented winter galloper London Express bounced back from an unlucky run first-up at Te Rapa last month with a determined effort to score over 1200m at Matamata. The five-year-old Shamexpress mare ...

R.I.P. - Rip Van Winkle

WPS | 1 AUG 20


It is with a heavy heart that Windsor Park Stud announce the loss of their very successful sire Rip Van Winkle following a short illness. By the world’s best sire Galileo, Rip Van Winkle had just c...

CHARM SPIRIT GOES BACK-TO-BACK

31 JUL 20 | NZTM


Twelve months after being crowned New Zealand’s champion first season sire, Windsor Park shuttle stallion Charm Spirit has added a second season title to his CV. The son of Invincible Spirit sired ...

SWEET VICTORY FOR IMPRESSIVE MAIDEN WINNER

12 JUL 20 | NZ Racing Desk


An impressive victory over 900m at the Ellerslie trials last month indicated Sweet Molly Malone was a strong winning chance at the venue on Saturday and so it proved as she dashed away in the home ...

HYDROEXPRESS HEADS TRAINERS DOUBLE

5 JUL 20 | NZ Racing Desk


Trainer Gary Vile was to the fore on his home turf at Awapuni on Saturday, picking up a pair of wins from the team of six runners he had entered for the meeting. Vile was quickly on the board with ...

NEWMARKET 2YO SW FOR HOT SHOT YOUNG SIRE

26 JUN 20 | WPS


The great run of success for Charm Spirit (Invincible Spirit) continued overnight when he scored a treble of winners, including a new 2YO stakes winner at Newmarket in England.2YO filly Time Scale ...

WELCOME BACK NICK HEWSON

01 JUN 20 | WPS


Windsor Park Stud are pleased to announce the return of Nick Hewson who joins our Sales and Nominations team. Nick has most recently been involved in professional rugby but has always been passiona...

Windsor Park bids farewell to Falkirk

08 JUN 20 | WPS


Emotions stirred at Windsor Park Stud recently when their team said final goodbyes and paid tributes to their old mate and resident sire Falkirk. Succumbing to the infirmities of aging, 20 year old...