The Oaks Stud

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

Stallions standing at The Oaks Stud

Roc De Cambes
Roc De Cambes service fee is $3,000
Latest winner: Capistrano Rocs
U S Navy Flag
U S Navy Flag service fee is $15,000
Latest winner: Navy King

Latest News

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.
With great excitement Valachi Downs announce exquisitely-bred three-time Group 1 winning Champion sprinter US Navy Flag (USA) (War Front {USA}) will stand at the Matamata property in 2019.
Classy three-year-old Beyond The Fort franked her gritty runner-up effort in the Gr.
Waverley trainer Bill Thurlow was pleased with the runner-up performance of lightly-raced three-year-old Beyond The Fort in last Saturday’s Group I New Zealand Oaks (2400m).
A tilt at securing black-type is now on the radar for Robert Dennis’ $4,000 gavelhouse purchase Nightcap after she took her total earnings past $70,000 with a Melbourne Cup Day win at Wingatui.
Promising two-year-old Alfa Oro will be looking to make it two from two tomorrow for trainer Matt Laurie when he lines up in the Ladbrokes Back Yourself Handicap (1300m) at Sandown.
Black type performer Wee Gilly has changed stables and will continue her career in Victoria.
Phill Cataldo’s eye for young thoroughbred talent has again been emphasised by the emergence of Vin De Dance.
Superstar Ready to Run Sale graduate Gingernuts (NZ) (Iffraaj) won the Group 1 Vodafone New Zealand Derby (2400m) last year, and it was an even bigger result in 2018 as two horses sold through the two-year-old sale fought out the finish in the prestigious $1 million classic at Ellerslie on Saturday.
OTI principal Terry Henderson paid a glowing tribute to his trainers Murray Baker and Andrew Forsman after the Melbourne-based identity’s colours were carried to victory in the Group I Vodafone New Zealand Derby (2400m) on Saturday.
Having previously won over 1100 and 1500 metres, classy three-year-old Xbox(NZ) (Niagara) passed his first stamina test with flying colours in Tuesday’s $100,000 Group 2 Warren Storm Lifebrokers Waikato Guineas (2000m) at Te Rapa.
Graeme Richardson went to Te Rapa looking for an answer from Xbox and the talented three-year-old gave him an emphatic reply.
Xbox cut the prettiest of pictures on Wednesday for equine photographer Trish Dunell.

Recent Sales For The Oaks Stud

2024 Karaka Book 1 - Top price: $150,000
2024 Karaka Book 2 - Top price: $0
2023 Karaka Book 1 - Top price: $375,000