The Oaks Stud

Roto-o-rangi Road
Cambridge 3495 NZ
+64 7 823 3026

Stallions standing at The Oaks Stud

Darci Brahma
Darci Brahma service fee is $15,000
Latest winner: Carisbrook
Niagara service fee is $5,000
Latest winner: No Secret
Roc De Cambes
Roc De Cambes service fee is $5,000
Latest winner: Stuck With You
U S Navy Flag
U S Navy Flag service fee is $15,000

Latest News

Boom three-year-old Catalyst overcame a scare to brilliantly win Saturday’s Group III Henley Park Mr Tiz Trophy (1200m) at Ellerslie, extending his winning sequence to six.
The excitement over the Karaka Million twilight meeting is already high for The Oaks Stud, but it could provide an even greater boost for the Cambridge establishment leading into this year’s New Zealand Bloodstock National Yearling Sales at Karaka.
Exciting kiwi gallopers Te Akau Shark and Catalyst had their first hit-out of the year at the Matamata trials on Tuesday and they pleased their connections with their efforts in their 1000m heat.
Top three-year-old Catalyst will make his first public appearance since Group One success at Riccarton when he competes at the Matamata trials next week.
Wingatui trainer Claire Anderton got the Christmas present she wanted this year, it was just a day late.
Riccarton trainers Daniel Champion and Kezia Murphy have unearthed yet another bargain buy off, with Niagara gelding Panzer running away to a dominant victory at their home track on Friday.
The connections of talented three-year-old Catalyst have identified two major assignments for last start Gr.1 New Zealand 2000 Guineas (1600m) winner in the new year.
There were plenty of tears being shed in the Riccarton birdcage as the supporters of trainers Peter Corbett and Terrill Charles waited for the pair’s bonny staying mare Dee And Gee to make her way off the track after scoring her greatest victory when taking out the 157th running of the Group III Christchurch Casino New Zealand Cup (3200m) on Saturday.
Talented three-year-old galloper Catalyst is set to remain in the care of Te Awamutu trainer Clayton Chipperfield after his victory in the Group I  New Zealand 2000 Guineas (1600m) at Riccarton on Saturday.
Talented Darci Brahma gelding Harlech added his name to the list of northern raiders bound for Riccarton next month when he dominated his three-year-old rivals in the Group II James & Annie Sarten Memorial Stakes (1400m) at Te Rapa.
Cambridge raider Kali overcame a wide run in transit to out-gun her three-year-old rivals as she scored a gritty victory in Saturday’s Group III Barneswood Farm Stakes (1400m) at Ashburton.
Dick Karreman has certainly confirmed his desire to enjoy racing top-class horses as he chases further Group One success.
Catalyst continued his dominance of spring three-year-old racing with another breathtaking performance in Saturday’s Group II Sacred Falls Hawke’s Bay Guineas (1400m).
Inglis Premier graduate Full Of Beauty became the first pattern race winner of the new season in Hong Kong when he sped down the Sha Tin straight stopping the clock at 55-16s for the 1000 metres in the Group III National Cup.
There was plenty of hype surrounding Harlech heading into his raceday resumption at Matamata on Wednesday and the exciting three-year-old duly delivered, taking out the Waharoa Transport CO(1995) Ltd 1200.
Exciting galloper Catalyst has made the perfect start to his three-year-old season with his two stakes victories to date, and leading Australian form analyst Daniel O’Sullivan believes the son of Darci Brahma will only get better.
Boom three-year-old Catalyst treated his three-year-old rivals with contempt when he produced a devastating home straight sprint to capture the Group III  Cambridge Stud Northland Breeders’ Stakes (1200m) at Ruakaka.
The Oaks Stud General Manager, Rick Williams was quietly confident leading into the weekend that owner Dick Karreman and resident stallion Darci Brahma could be in for plenty of thrills from their racing representatives engaged at both Hastings and Ruakaka on Saturday.
Flashy three-year-old Catalyst contributed to a huge day for The Oaks Stud owner Dick Karreman and his resident sire Darci Brahma, when he captured the Listed El Roca-Sir Colin Meads Trophy (1200m) at Hastings in emphatic fashion.
It may have only been a provincial meeting at Horsham in Victoria but Darci Brahma filly Hapaira could not have been more impressive in winning on debut on Monday.