|Ocean Park finds a home for stud career|
Top New Zealand breeder Waikato Stud has won the race to
stand last year's Cox Plate winner Ocean Park in 2013.
|2012 Cox Plate winner retired|
A tendon injury has forced Kiwi trainer Gary Hennessy to announce the retirement of last year's Cox Plate winner Ocean Park.
|Kiwi Breds Win Five Aussie Group I's in Past Six Weeks|
Kiwi bred filly Norzita (NZ) made it 266 Group 1 wins for her trainer
Bart Cummings and five Australian Group 1 victories in six weeks for New Zealand
bred three-year-olds when taking Saturday's A$400,000 Group 1 Vinery Stud Stakes
(2000m) at Rosehill.
|Doncaster Not Oaks for Norzita|
Zealand bred three year-olds have been a force to be reckoned with during the
Autumn Carnival and top class filly Norzita continued their winning run when
capturing the Group I ATC Vinery Stud Stakes at Rosehill on Saturday.
|2013 Vinery Stakes result - Norzita scores for Bart|
The man himself was not at Rosehill but Bart Cummings will send classy filly Norzita to the Group I Doncaster Mile (1600m) after her win in Saturday's Group I Vinery Stud Stakes (2000m).
|Ocean Park's international trip over after one start|
Kiwi trainer Gary Hennessy has abandoned Ocean Park's international campaign
after the Cox Plate winner's flop in Saturday night's Group I Dubai Duty Free
|Cox Plate winner working well ahead of Dubai test|
Kiwi trainer Gary Hennessy says Cox Plate winner Ocean Park has settled into
his new surroundings well in preparation for his first northern hemisphere
target in Saturday's Group I Dubai Duty Free (1800m) at Meydan.
|McDonald to ride Norzita in Coolmore Classic|
jockey James McDonald has secured the ride aboard the Bart Cummings-trained
Norzita in Saturday week's Group I Coolmore Classic (1500m) at Rosehill.
|Dubai Next for Ocean Park|
Kiwi star Ocean Park (NZ) made an emphatic return to winning form and
showed that he is on track for Group 1 racing in Dubai with a superb performance
in Saturday's $200,000 Group 1 Lindauer New Zealand Stakes (2000m) at
|Back from Two Years In The Wilderness|
On a day when Thorn Park's Cox Plate winning son Ocean Park burst back into the Group 1 spotlight in the New Zealand Stakes his enigmatic first crop son Centennial Park was on his best behaviour in the Listed Super Saturday Stakes (1400m) at Flemington.