Monthly Archives: November 2017

My two cents on the Ready to Run Sale

My involvement this year at the NZB Ready to Run Sale was as a vendor; I sold two colts on behalf of Nearco Stud through the consignment of JK Farm. I am a seasoned sale attendee and have to say … Continue reading

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Zero tolerance of slow or non-performing horses

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Available at Ready to Run Sale

I am attending the New Zealand Bloodstock Ready to Run Sale next week and am available to potential buyers, providing a complete and professional agency service. To view my tailor-made bloodstock auction purchase service to clients CLICK HERE

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Challenge rebuilding phase ready to pay dividends

The Syndication arm of my business Challenge Racehorse Syndications is in its’ fifth year of operation.  After the first two syndicates provided a flying start with four individual Black Type winners, a few slow ones and a few bad luck … Continue reading

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Dundeel colt – raw talent

I came away from the Ready to Run Breeze Ups at Te Rapa last month wowed by what I saw from Nearco Stud’s Dundeel colt (pictured). He has a terrific action and exudes sheer raw ability.  He clocked 10.78 seconds … Continue reading

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First offering from Oaks winner for RTR Sale

The 2012 Queensland Oaks-Gr.1 winner Quintessential was amongst the first yearlings I purchased for Nearco Stud Ltd. Also placed at Group One level in the Queensland Derby and New Zealand Oaks, Quintessential’s first live foal to be offered at public … Continue reading

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What we do – in a nutshell

Had a think today about my role as a thoroughbred consultant to my client base. At the end of the day, what I’m doing is striving to breed/create a quality thoroughbred product.  Thereafter it’s doing my utmost to see that … Continue reading

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