Windsor Park

1130 Kaipaki Road
Cambridge NZ
+64 7 827 6656
+64 7 827 6656

Stallions standing at Windsor Park

Charm Spirit
Charm Spirit service fee is $15,000
Latest winner: Charmed Individual
Mongolian Khan
Mongolian Khan service fee is $10,000
Latest winner: Supreme Khan
Rageese service fee is $5,000
Rip Van Winkle
Rip Van Winkle service fee is $12,500
Latest winner: Sleepless
Shamexpress service fee is $8,000
Latest winner: Alcides
Turn Me Loose
Turn Me Loose service fee is $10,000
Vanbrugh service fee is $5,000

Latest News

On a day where she tasted Group One success with Gaultier in the Levin Classic (1600m) in 2017, Matamata trainer Danica Guy was at it again when she produced Germanicus to take out Group III  Bluestar Anniversary Handicap (1600m).
The tag of New Zealand’s best maiden was emphatically stripped from the shoulders of exciting three-year-old Jennifer Eccles when she stormed past her female age group rivals to take out the Group II SKYCITY Eight Carat Classic (1600m) in the hands of visiting rider James McDonald.
With Charm Spirit in stellar form and a new wave of stallions approaching their yearling debuts, the festive period has some extra shine this year for the team at Windsor Park Stud.
Matamata visitor Lilikoi showed she was on track for further age-group riches this summer with a comprehensive victory in Saturday’s Group III Lawnmaster Eulogy Stakes (1600m) at Awapuni bringing a pedigree update for her Karaka bound half-brother by Vadamos.
Exciting three-year-old Scorpz will be tested over 2000m for the first time at Ellerslie on Sunday in preparation for the Gr.1 Vodafone New Zealand Derby (2400m) in February.
New Zealand-bred gelding Gunga Din (NZ) (ShamExpress) relished a hot race tempo at Rosehill in Sydney on Saturday to street his Highway Handicap rivals and pull off another training coup for veteran Canberra trainer Keith Dryden.
The stocks of ‘young gun’ sire Charm Spirit (Invincible Spirit) continue to rise with the win by 3YO colt Scorpz in the Group III Wellington Stakes at Otaki on Friday confirming the cracking start Charm Spirit has made at stud.
New Zealand-bred three year-old Hard Press made it back-to-back wins when successful at Sandown on Wednesday over 1000m bringing a good pedigree update for his full brother headed to Karaka Book 1 in 2020.
Impressive young sire Charm Spirit (Invincible Spirit) confirmed his class among an outstanding group of emerging stallion talent, when striking his second Group winning blow from his first southern hemisphere 3YO crop at the weekend.
The Murray Baker and Andrew Forsman-trained Aretha opened her three-year-old account in dramatic fashion when she took out the Group III Hawke’s Bay Breeders’ Gold Trail Stakes (1200m) in a grandstand finish.
Exciting New Zealand galloper Te Akau Shark will kick-off his spring campaign in Australia on Saturday where he will contest the Group II Tramway Stakes (1400m) at Randwick in front of some of his local owners, including Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks Captain Paul Gallen.
Leading young sire Charm Spirit's progeny continued on with their fine form overnight when his 3YO son Kick On defeated the older horses to land a thrilling renewal of the Group III Tattersalls Sovereign Stakes (1600m) in England.
The impressive run of form of progeny from the first-crop of Windsor Park's star miler Charm Spirit (IRE) continued on Saturday when Heirborn defied a moderate tempo and a wide passage to close well from the rear and claim the VRC Member Helen Saffin Handicap (1400m) at Flemington.
Yesterday’s impressive Australian 2YO winner Heirborn highlighted the weekend return of Leading First Season Sire Charm Spirit (Invincible Spirit) to his southern hemisphere base at Windsor Park Stud in Cambridge.
New Zealand-bred galloper Sansom made it three wins in a row at Sandown on Wednesday when victorious over 1300m.
Progressive galloper Helena Baby took the next step in his burgeoning career in stunning fashion when he simply decimated his rivals in Saturday’s Listed Powerworx Opunake Cup (1400m) at New Plymouth.
The Danny Shum-trained Green Energy, a New Zealand-bred son of Rip Van Winkle, returned from an eight-month injury absence to win Monday’s public holiday feature at Sha Tin, the Class 2 Hong Kong Reunification Cup Handicap (1200m).
The Group I Cox Plate (2040m) has been a long held ambition for connections of dual Group winner Te Akau Shark, but the Jamie Richards-trained runner is being set for another Group One target before he heads to Melbourne.
Talented Australian 2YO Sansom scored a decisive win at Pakenham in Victoria on Friday evening to preface a 2YO weekend-winning double for his sire Charm Spirit (Invincible Spirit) whose daughter Intimidate was successful the following day at Riccarton.
Class performer Sleeping Beauty headlined a great weekend for her sire Rip Van Winkle (Galileo) when scoring back to back black-type victories in the 1400m Listed Weight-For-Age Tauranga Classic on Saturday.

Recent Sales For Windsor Park

2020 Karaka Book 1 - Top price: $875,000
2020 Karaka Book 2 - Top price: $45,000
2019 Karaka Book 1 - Top price: $230,000
2019 Karaka Book 2 - Top price: $90,000
2019 Karaka May Sale - Top price: $10,000