Novara Park

Novara Park

Novara Park is a picturesque stud farm situated in the beautiful Waikato region of New Zealand. This magnificent race horse breeding facility currently incorporates, stables and race horse walker, stallion facilities, and numerous fully fenced paddocks. Novara Park's stallion roster for 2023 features Sweynesse, Staphanos, King of Comedy, Press Statement.

35 Gorton Road , Cambridge
info@novarapark.co.nz
https://novarapark.co.nz/
+64 27 827 4995
Don Edwards - Bookings & Contracts
027 827 4995
Tony Mudgway - Farm Manager
021 053 3066

Stallions standing at Novara Park

King Of Comedy

King Of Comedy service fee for 2023 is $7,000

4th season at stud

Press Statement

Press Statement service fee for 2023 is $6,000

Latest winner: Bush Telegraph

Staphanos

Staphanos service fee for 2023 is $15,000

Latest winner: Turned Down

Sweynesse

Sweynesse service fee for 2023 is $10,000

Latest winner: Happy United

Latest News

Here is the full list of 26 stallions which had winners throughout Australasia today with winners and result details.
Hong Kong trainer Dennis Yip struck early on the first day of New Zealand Bloodstock’s Ready To Run Sale of 2YOs at Karaka on Wednesday, securing lot 9, the Press Statement colt out of Karata from Riversley Park’s draft for $420,000.
It might be early days, but juveniles by dual Group Three winning stallion Sweynesse have made a positive impression.
New Zealand Bloodstock’s Karaka auditorium lit-up early on day seven of their National Yearling Sale, when lot 1090, the Sweynesse filly out of Tavistock mare Happy Endings, entered the sales ring.
Vinery sire Press Statement has 22 yearlings heading to the Inglis Classic Sale next week on the back of a very encouraging start at the Magic Millions and one of his star lots is closely related to Magic Millions 2YO Classic winner Exhilarates.
Novara Park manager Ray Knight hopes lightning will strike twice when the first yearlings by Sweynesse go through the sale ring during Karaka 2019.
Our series on Magic Millions first season sires continues with the focus falling on Vinery Stud’s Press Statement, the first son to stud of Yarraman Park’s much missed Hinchinbrook, a three-quarter brother to Snitzel.
It’s January 2 and business as usual in the racing world for the New Year ahead with five two year-old trials run at Rosehill on Wednesday morning with winners including the full brother to Press Statement, whose first yearlings will be presented at the Magic Millions next week.
A Group One-performed son of champion stallion Savabeel will take Norwegian Park to a new level when he begins his stud career there later this year.