NZ Thoroughbred Magazine

You’ve loved it before, now you can love it some more.

Welcome to The NEW NZ Thoroughbred Magazine

Brenda-laurieTrainer Laurie Laxon flipped opened his wallet and said, “How much”?

He was, of course, referring to the forthcoming cost of a subscription to New Zealand Thoroughbred Magazine once it transitioned to a paid publication. He wasn’t going to miss out on stories from home once he returned to Singapore after the January Karaka Sale.

Yes, time came to smell the coffee and make change with the advertising scales having tipped further towards on-line.

NZ Thoroughbred Magazine is now available in your choice of a hard or soft version with an annual subscription for four editions. Something that has never changed, though, is the dedicated readership the magazine has maintained through almost a decade and the free to paid transition means that if you’ve loved it before you can love it some more in your lap or on your laptop – for the price of a few coffees.

Enjoy this final complementary edition, but please subscribe to receive either a hard copy AND access to our subscription area here online. Or subscribe to the soft copy and access to the protected content. Remember that your feedback is always welcome.

Oh, and Laurie – you paid me too much. I owe you a coffee.

Latest Equine News

A perfectly-judged front-running ride by jockey Christian Reith provided the Bjorn Baker-trained Hard To Hold (NZ) (Elusive City) with victory in the Ruben Guthrie in Cinemas July 16 Handicap (1200m) at Rosehill on Saturday. The four-year-old mare boasted two wins from three second-up runs but was unwanted by punters, easing from [...]
Sun, Jul 05, 2015
Source NZTM
Gritty performer Taurus booked his ticket to Taranaki and the rich Listed Waikato Stud Opunake Cup in a fortnight when he overcame a small but handy field in the Midwest Disposals Handicap (1400) at Awapuni yesterday.Given a brief... [...]
Sun, Jul 05, 2015
Source NZHerald
Wanganui galloper Thorn Prince gave weight and a beating to his rivals as he went two better than last year to capture the feature event on the card at Te Rapa, the Listed Woods Group Taumarunui Gold Cup (2100m).The gallant 6-year-old... [...]
Sun, Jul 05, 2015
Source NZHerald
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Sat, Jul 04, 2015
Source NZTM
Gritty performer Taurus (NZ) (No Excuse Needed) booked his ticket to the rich Listed Waikato Stud Opunake Cup in a fortnight when he overcame a small but handy field in the Midwest Disposals Handicap (1400) at Awapuni on Saturday. Given a brief freshen up after finishing in the placings in stakes [...]
Sat, Jul 04, 2015
Source NZTM
Trainer Alan Tait felt a huge sense of relief after Southern Icon returned to form in the three-year-old race at Te Rapa on Saturday. [...]
Sat, Jul 04, 2015
Source Stuff
On a day where it was survival of the fittest in most races at Awapuni, versatile galloper Superturf (NZ) (Black Minnaloushe) showed he still retains plenty of dash on the flat with a gritty victory over 2100 metres in Rating 85 company. Successful at his two most recent starts over hurdles, [...]
Sat, Jul 04, 2015
Source NZTM
Thorn Prince made light work of his 59kg impost with a runaway win in Saturday's Taumarunui Gold Cup. [...]
Sat, Jul 04, 2015
Source Stuff
Taurus isn't a big horse and he's not the flashiest you'll ever see, but Wanganui trainer Evan Rayner would love a few more just like him. [...]
Sat, Jul 04, 2015
Source Stuff
Marton owner-trainer Dan O'Leary was in Australia on Saturday when his progressive stayer Sir Mako won an $85,000 race - but he was in the wrong state to see him. [...]
Sat, Jul 04, 2015
Source Stuff
He may be a 100-to-one outsider but proven Group One performer Gold Onyx will fly the flag for the New Zealand breeding industry in South Africa's most celebrated race this weekend.Black Minnaloushe 7-year-old Gold Onyx, bred by... [...]
Sat, Jul 04, 2015
Source NZHerald
Most of the results at Te Rapa today will be determined by the racing pattern that emerges after the first couple of races.The footing should be reasonably loose, which should mean a track without a significant bias.It's always... [...]
Sat, Jul 04, 2015
Source NZHerald
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Thu, Jun 18, 2015
Source WindsorParkStud
A bright future seems certain for impressive three-year-old Stravagante (Rip Van Winkle) following his storming late charge to win the opening race on Epsom Derby Day at the weekend. The win paid a timely compliment to Gr.1 Derby runnerup Jack Hobbs.. [...]
Mon, Jun 08, 2015
Source WindsorParkStud
Mutatis Mutandis (Mastercraftsman) produced a sweeping late run to win the Nottinghamshire Oaks (2100m) in England yesterday to become Mastercraftsman's 14th first-crop stakes winner. Nottingham's richest-ever race drew an ultra competit.. [...]
Thu, Jun 04, 2015
Source WindsorParkStud
An I Am Invincible (Invincible Spirit) half-brother to Listed-winning two-year-old Haptic (Exceed And Excel) topped the second session of the Magic Millions National Yearling Sale at the Gold Coast yesterday when selling to John Crowley of Mecca Thor.. [...]
Thu, Jun 04, 2015
Source WindsorParkStud
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