2022 Waikato Stallion Tour

Breednet - Friday August 5

The annual Waikato stallion tour, organised by the Waikato branch of the New Zealand Thoroughbred Breeders’ Association and sponsored by gavelhouse.com, will take place on Saturday August 20 and Sunday August 21, with all welcome.

Shocking

Saturday August 20th

10.00am

Stud: Mapperley Stud

Address: 107 Matai Road, Matamata

Stallions: Armory, Complacent, Contributer, Savile Row, Vespa and Puccini

 

11.15am

Stud: Waikato Stud (lunch provided)

Address: 521 Tower Road, Matamata

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Stallions: Ardrossan, Banquo, Noverre, Ocean Park, Savabeel, Super Seth and Tivaci

 

1.15pm

Stud: Rich Hill Stud

Address: 570 Landsdowne Road, Matamata

Stallions: Ace High, Proisir, Satono Aladdin*, Shocking and Vadamos

*Satono Aladdin doesn’t arrive in NZ until after the scheduled parade, if you would like to see him please contact Rich Hill Stud for a private parade following his arrival.

 

2.15pm

Stud: Brighthill Farm

Address: 1352 Tauwhare Road, Eureka

Stallions: Dalghar, Eminent and Preferment

 

Sunday August 21st

 

10.00am

Stud: Highview Stud

Address: 1544 Kakaramea Road, Temple View, Hamilton

Stallions: The Chosen One and Wrote

 

11.00am

Stud: Windsor Park Stud (lunch provided)

Address: 1130 Kaipaki Road, Leamington, Cambridge

Stallions: Circus Maximus, Mongolian Khan, Turn Me Loose, Rageese, Shamexpress and Vanbrugh

 

1.15pm

Stud: The Oaks Stud

Address: 122 Rotoorangi Road, Cambridge

Stallions: Darci Brahma, Niagara, Roc de Cambes and U S Navy Flag

 

2.15pm

Stud: Novara Park

Address: 35 Gorton Road, Karapiro

Stallions: King of Comedy, Staphanos, Sweynesse and What’s The Story

 

3.15pm

Stud: Cambridge Stud

Address: 128 Discombe Road, Tamahere

Stallions: Almanzor, Hello Youmzain, Embellish and Sword of State

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