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Hello Youmzain Retired

Leading European sprinter Hello Youmzain has been retired and will begin his stallion career in France at Haras d'Etreham before shuttling to Cambridge Stud in New Zealand next year. Purchased by Haras d'Etreham and Cambridge Stud during the autumn of his three-year-old season, the talented son of Kodiac went on to win the Group 1[...]
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Group 1 placing for Hello Youmzain

Dual Group 1 winner Hello Youmzain just came up short of adding a third elite-level victory to his burgeoning CV when finishing runner-up to Space Blues in Group 1 Prix Maurice de Gheest (1300m) at Deauville over the weekend. Owned by Cambridge Stud principals Brendan and Jo Lindsay in partnership with Haras d'Etreham, the son[...]
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Equine exports resume

The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) has completed testing all adult horses considered at risk of contracting Theileria equi infection through association with an infected imported thoroughbred mare at Cambridge Stud. All 263 tests have returned negative results. The horse concerned was imported to New Zealand for breeding purposes in February 2019 and was found[...]
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Tavistock Dies At Cambridge Stud

Group One producer Tavistock has died at New Zealand's Cambridge Stud aged 14, eight weeks after suffering an injury in a freak paddock accident. Cambridge said although Tavistock had made significant progress from the initial injury, he sustained secondary complications following further surgery last week and was put down on vets advice on Saturday. “We[...]
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Roaring Lion Undergoes Colic Surgery

Roaring Lion has undergone surgery for colic in New Zealand where he was due to stand at Cambridge Stud this season. Henry Plumptre, chief executive of Cambridge Stud, said the horse had been admitted to Cambridge Equine Veterinary Hospital early on Saturday morning, just 15 minutes after leaving quarantine where he had been since he[...]
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