Laurel Oak Bloodstock Services
Laurel Oak Bloodstock is a bloodstock agent that provides a comprehensive service to a private client base to participate in and enjoy racing and the thoroughbred industry.
We provide our clients a variety of ways in which to participate in and enjoy their racing involvement. These include providing opportunities to: –
- Race horses through ownership or lease with a very flexible range of share options designed to give all clients the opportunity to race horses at a level that works for them;
- Breed racehorses, principally on a commercial basis but occasionally on a breed-to-race basis;
- Attend major meetings including Melbourne Cup Week, Golden Slipper, Sydney Autumn, Cox Plate and others;
- Attend racedays, stable visits, industry events, Golf Days and other non-racing social events;
- Enjoy overseas tours that include a usually-annual Royal Ascot Tour and Hong Kong International Races Tour; a usually-biennial New Zealand Stud Tour and other Tours that in the past have included Ireland and the Irish Derby, Paris including racing, South Africa including the Durban July, Istanbul and Gallipoli, the USA;
- Enjoy racing through any other opportunity that we find that will enhance our clients’ experience.
We communicate with our clients via our newsletter and private client email list.
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Opie Bosson is the new rider for last-start Group 3 Counties Cup (2100m) winner and Laurel Oak bred Maygrove in Saturday’s Group 3 SkyCity Hamilton Waikato Cup (2400m) at Te Rapa. The champion jockey takes over from Johnathan Parkes, who was aboard the Murray Baker and Andrew Forsman-trained Authorized seven-year-old for his wins in the
The Gary Portelli trained PERFECT PITCH was slowly away on debut last month when chasing home promising filly Gongs for third on debut at Canterbury, but took plenty of improvement from that outing in both fitness and experience. She raced up on the pace for Rachel King and fought on tenaciously to claim a head
A $110,000 purchase at the Select Sale at Karaka, the Laurel Oak-bred, lion-hearted stayer Maygrove (Authorized) is becoming a king of New Zealand’s Cup races. The gutsy grey’s trophy cabinet already included the Group 2 Wellington Cup (2400m), Group 2 Awapuni Gold Cup (2000m), Listed Feilding Gold Cup (2100m) and Listed Jakkalberry Classic (1950m), and
MONASTERIO followed a similar path to Bid Of Faith in that he ran an encouraging fifth first-up, was placed second-up, and then won impressively third-up. Second-up from a spell at Doomben, Monasterio drew the outside gate and had to go back to last in a 1600m race. Jockey Matthew Cahill was continually held up getting
Coming back from a long injury layoff, BID OF FAITH put the writing on the wall with an encouraging second-up placing at Moruya in October. Third-up this Keith Dryden/Scott Collings-trained mare won impressively at Canberra on Melbourne Cup Day. Ridden by Brendan Ward, she settled well back in the field and gave them a good