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Roaring Lion Loses Battle With Colic, Euthanized In New Zealand

Qatar Racing and Tweenhills Stud are absolutely devastated to have to announce the death of Roaring Lion who has been put to sleep after suffering another bout of colic in New Zealand. Tweenhills owner David Redvers said: “At approximately midday (GMT) / 23.00 NZ today Roaring Lion was observed to be uncomfortable in his stable […]

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‘On His Way To A Slow Recovery’: Roaring Lion Returns To Cambridge Stud After Colic Surgery

European Horse of the Year Roaring Lion returned to Cambridge Stud in New Zealand on Aug. 8, following two colic surgeries in the last ten days. Roaring Lion was admitted to Cambridge Equine Hospital within minutes of arriving at Cambridge Stud from quarantine on Saturday, July 27. He underwent immediate surgery which had to be […]

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Four-Time Group 1 Winner Roaring Lion Recovering From Colic Surgery

Roaring Lion was admitted to Cambridge Equine Veterinary Hospital early Saturday morning for colic surgery. Released from quarantine at 6.00 am, he had spent 15 minutes in his paddock at Cambridge Stud in New Zealand when symptoms of colic were noted. He was transferred to Cambridge Equine Hospital immediately and underwent emergency surgery. Thanks to […]

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Bloodlines Presented By Editorial, A Climax Stallion: Future Looks Bright For New Zealand’s Historic Cambridge Stud

One of the primary goals for Brendan and Jo Lindsay when they purchased the Cambridge Stud from Sir Patrick Hogan in 2018 was to continue the legacy of the historic establishment. At the conclusion of Book 1 at last week’s Karaka yearling sales, the torch seems to have passed without a flicker. The leading breeder […]

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New Zealand’s Historic Cambridge Stud Sold

New Zealand’s famous Cambridge Stud, which has been at the forefront of the country’s Thoroughbred racing and breeding industries for over four decades, has been sold by its founder, Sir Patrick Hogan. The Racing Post reports that Hogan and his wife, Justine, have sold the farm to Brendan and Jo Lindsay, a local couple and owners of […]

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Zabeel, Champion Sire In Australia And New Zealand, Dies At 29

Zabeel, a stakes winner himself as well as a highly influential sire in Australia and New Zealand, died Friday night at Cambridge Stud at the age of 29. A New Zealand-bred, Zabeel won multiple stakes races during his racing career, including the G1 Australian Guineas in 1990. According to the Sydney Morning Herald, Zabeel produced […]

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Champion Sire Zabeel Pensioned

Cambridge Stud in New Zealand has announced that champion sire Zabeel has been pensioned from stud duty due to declining fertility. The 27-year-old stallion stood his entire career at Cambridge, taking up the mantle left by his sire, Sir Tristram. During his career, Zabeel has sired 100 individual group winners and 43 Group 1 winners […]

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Champion Sire Zabeel Reaches Unique Milestone

Zabeel, a longtime leading sire in New Zealand and Australia, and among the world’s top sires, reached a unique milestone Monday when his daughter Lovin Connection became his 1,000th individual winner. Lovin Connection, a 5-year-old mare, broke her maiden in her third career start, a 1 1/4-mile turf contest. Zabeel, a 27-year-old stallion by Sir […]

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