Kooringal Stud Mourn Loss of Zariz
Tara Madgwick - Tuesday October 16
Kooringal Stud have announce the sad passing of their prolific winner-getter Zariz, who died on Sunday of a suspected heart attack at age 21.

Zariz"Zariz covered two mares the previous day and was in wonderful condition, so his death has come as a great shock us all," said Stud Principal Stuart Lamont.

Zariz was still producing city class horses and his progeny earnings top $18million in prizemoney with highlight horses being Lazer Sharp, Shiraz and Zaratone.


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