KIWI BRED SEASON 7

Produced by Picket Fence for TAB Trackside, Kiwi Bred takes an in-depth look at the people, farms and horses that make the New Zealand Thoroughbred breeding industry one of the best in the world.

Episode One

Kiwi Bred visits Kevin and Jo Hickman’s Matamata-based farm Valachi Downs, which has rapidly expanded in 2018 with the introduction of a private trainer and their first two stallions. Then host Emily Bosson is joined by Arion Pedigree’s Andrew Stewart to talk first season sires and we begin an eight-part series on foal education and development at Windsor Park Stud.

Episode Two

Kiwi Bred is at Kilgravin Lodge getting to know Eion Kemp ahead of the New Zealand Bloodstock Ready To Run Sale and we find out all about his Mongolian Derby experience. Then the story of Savvy Coup story and part two of the Windsor Park Stud foal series.

Episode Three

This week on Kiwi Bred we review the New Zealand Bloodstock Ready To Run Sale of 2YOs at Karaka, meet Peter and Darrell Hollinshead from Te Awamutu who have developed a remarkable family from their foundation mare Havitbak and our foal segment at Windsor Park Stud continues. 

Episode Four

This week on Kiwi Bred we head south to Arrowtown and meet Willie and Karen Calder, the breeders of D B Pin and Avantage and hear the story of White Robe Lodge graduate Patrick Erin. Plus our foals head to school with the ladies from Foal NZ. 

Episode Five

This week on Kiwi Bred we checked in with the Chitticks at Waikato Stud and tracked the story of Scott Base, plus the Windsor Park Stud foals experienced their first day of training with the Foal NZ ladies.

Episode Six

We speak to the people behind Melody Belle, get to know bloodstock agent Phill Cataldo and our Foal NZ education progresses at Windsor Park Stud. 

Episode Seven

Kiwi Bred travels to Highden Park in Palmerston North, where we meet Libby and Sam Bleakley, track the career of Trelawney Stud-bred Grunt and it's the last day of school for our Foal NZ foals at Windsor Park Stud. 

Episode Eight

Brendan and Jo Lindsay took over Cambridge Stud in April 2018, eight months later the Kiwi Bred team caught up with them to see how they were enjoying life as the new owners of the iconic New Zealand stud and we find out what's next for the Windsor Park Stud foals and Foal NZ.

KIWI BRED SEASON 6

Produced by Picket Fence, Kiwi Bred introduces the people and horses that make the New Zealand Thoroughbred breeding industry one of the best in the world.

Episode One

Join host Emily Murphy as we profile Waikato Stud's Tivaci and Savabeel, meet China Horse Club's Michael Wallace.

Episode Two

Emily Murphy catches up with team behind first season sire Tarzino at Westbury Stud and Aidan Rodley discusses the future of Cambridge Stud with Sir Patrick Hogan.

Episode Three

Emily Murphy sits down with Rich Hill Stud's John Thompson to profile their new French import Vadamos and we catch up with owner Linda Huddy at her Peachester Lodge property in Queensland. 

Episode Four

Host Emily Murphy heads to Riverdale Farm to meet Sonia Waddell and Aidan Rodley catches up with the busy team at Windsor Park Stud who have added three new stallions to their roster this year.

Episode Five

Emily Murphy catches up with Iffraaj and meets Belardo at Haunui Farm and gets to know New Zealand Bloodstock's Danny Rolston and his family. Aidan Rodley has the latest Kiwi Bred News and we take a look at the first foals of Windsor Park Stud's Mongolian Khan.

Episode Six

Aidan Rodley catches up with Joe and Max Smithies at Monovale Farm and Emily Murphy meets Highview's new stallion Wrote.

Episode Seven

Featuring Henley Park's Marc and Sarah Devcich, who recently welcomed Baker Racing's Bonneval back to their Cambridge property for a spell. Then we preview the 2017 New Zealand Bloodstock LTD Ready To Run Sale of 2YOs. 

Episode Eight

We pay tribute to Rich Hill Stud's Pentire. Emily Murphy has the story behind Te Akau Racing's Gingernuts featuring William Fell, Goodwood stud, Phill Cataldo Bloodstock, Bill Thurlow, Jamie Richards, Stephen Autridge and David Ellis. Aidan Rodley visits Janine Dunlop's Phoenix Park.

 

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