Name the Filly Competition

Media Release - Wednesday July 1

Cambridge Stud, in partnership with CatWalk Trust, are running a competition to name the Brazen Beau – Stepanova filly purchased at the New Zealand Bloodstock Yearling Sale earlier this year.

Brazen Beau filly from Stepanova

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The filly was consigned by Valachi Downs Stud with all proceeds from the sale going to the CatWalk Trust, who fund spinal cord injury research.

The winner will receive a night’s accommodation in Cambridge and a personal tour of Cambridge Stud courtesy of principals Jo and Brendan Lindsay.

The winning name will be chosen by the judges panel consisting of Joanna Hickman of Valachi Downs, Jo Lindsay of Cambridge Stud and CatWalk founder Catriona Williams. 

Entry is a $5 donation to the CatWalk Trust with the competition closing at 5pm on Friday 24th July

Full details and entry form is can be found at www.catwalk.org.nz/name-the-filly-competition/

 

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