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10% @ $10,600.00 MONTHLY FEES $420.00.
5% @ $5,300.00 MONTHLY FEES $210.00.
2.5% @ $2,650.00 MONTHLY FEES $105.00.
2% @ $2,120.00 MONTHLY FEES $84.00.
1.25% @ $1,325.00 MONTHLY FEES $52.50.



An outstanding racehorse with an exceptional turn of foot, TARZINO was a winner of both the 2015 VRC Derby GROUP 1 and the 2016 GROUP 1 Rosehill Guineas defeating the Hong Kong Champion Beauty Generation and our own Champion Mare in Jameka winning $1,647,050 in stakes. He has passed on that turn of foot to his progeny who have only now just turned 4YO and has produced TWO GROUP 1 Winners from his very first 3YO crop to have raced in Jungle Magnate, winner of the 2022 SA Derby and Gypsy Goddess winner of the QLD Oaks as well as the GROUP 3 Grand Prix Stakes, ran second in the GROUP 1 Australasian Oaks AND more recently ran a fantastic 3rd in the $10,000,000.00 Golden Eagle (Oct 2022) and has accumulated $1,972,300 to date. Foreign Raider is also Stakes placed running 3rd in the Listed Anzac Day Stakes at Flemington in April as is Tarex who ran 2nd in the GROUP 3 Winx Guineas at the Sunshine Cost back in July last year and more recently Bitcoin ran 3rd in the Listed Gingernuts at Pukekohe Jan 8 2023 so for two GROUP 1 winners and three Stakes placed gallopers in what is his very first 3YO crop, leaves no doubt on what lays ahead for this exciting staying stallion! TARZINO is clearly a stallion that gives every indication that he will follow in the footsteps of his famous Sire’s success in Tavistock who we have been accustomed to seeing his progeny win GROUP 1 staying races over many years and is a stallion that I see as a bit of a no brainer that his progeny MUST be earmarked for purchase!
The emergence of TARZINO as a sire has been a boon for Westbury Stud and the broader breeding industry. As mentioned above His first crop of runners performed remarkably well in 2021/22, with two Group 1 winners hailing from 88 foals. Those elite-level champions were South Australian Derby hero Jungle Magnate (NZ) and Queensland Oaks victress Gypsy Goddess (NZ). He also had three stakes-placed performers  Tarex (NZ), Bitcoin (NZ) and Foreign Raider, while the debut win of Cadazio (NZ) at Geelong in July was mightily impressive. This season, TARZINO has picked up where he left off, with Artzino (NZ) joining Cadazio at the top of the market for the G1 Victoria Derby a race TARZINO won in 2015 following a brilliant win at Sandown on the 7th September. A week earlier, the G1 Thousand Guineas-nominated Born Hustler broke through at the time of asking, scoring by half a length at Sandown under Jamie Kah. Given his rich vein of form, Westbury Stud is getting right behind TARZINO this breeding season, increasing the size of his book significantly and sending some of their better-performed mares to him. With Tavistock sadly no longer around, and with Savabeel now 21, Westbury Stud has identified the potential for TARZINO to become one of the pre-eminent middle-distance/staying sires in Australasia. “He looks extremely exciting, he’s had a Derby winner and an Oaks winner in his first crop, which is very rare, and we see an opportunity there with him that a lot of young mares if they physically mate with TARZINO and genetically mate with TARZINO, it gives them the opportunity to go to a young stallion that’s still on the upward spiral of becoming a very, very commercial and proven sire,” said Warwick. “He (Tarzino) looks extremely exciting, he’s had a Derby winner and an Oaks winner in his first crop, which is very rare...” - Russell Warwick
“There’s been a number of Australian breeders that are supporting the horse; that just tells you that he’s captured the attention of the Australian market, as well as New Zealand. He fits that very niche market of what the Australian market looks for in a New Zealand horse, that’s a horse that’s going to be able to win the Classics and go on to be Cups horses.
“To be fair, Gerry’s been the one person that has supported the horse stronger than anyone since he’s been at stud. Last year, we sent around 50 mares to TARZINO that was probably a very risky year to be sending that number when you’re sort of thinking, ‘If they don’t come up as 3-year-olds, where do you head now?’. Fortunately, that’s changed, it’s gone the right way and we’re in a position where we have a large number of mares in foal to TARZINO next year and he will be serving a record book of 165 Mares this season 2022. “We sent some of our better mares to him earlier on, because I don’t think you can afford to sit on the fence if you’re trying to make a young stallion. If you look at Patrick Hogan and the Chittick family, when they get a young stallion, they do give them an assortment of good mares to give them that opportunity to start their careers.”
The Colts pedigree is indeed exciting being out of the stakes placed Mare in First Bloom,-a winner of 5 races (3 at Moonee Valley) and $233,800 in stakes and our colt is a  half brother to the GROUP 3 Hawksbury Guineas winner EXOBOOM a 4 time winner up to 1500 meters of $374,130 stakes. Fierce Flight (x Flying Artie) has won up to 2100 meters and Asva (x Capitalist) trained by Peter and Paul Snowden at Randwick was Metropolitan placed at Randwick in December, so our Colts brothers as everyone can see certainly have their fair share of ability! Being a pedigree buff I delved into genetically what is making TARZINO tick, and the results become crystal clear when a bit of time and research is undertaken. ALL of TARZINO 5 Stakes horses to date have Danzig represented in their pedigree so clearly Danzig is providing the influential genetics. I then looked specifically to buy a TARZINO yearling that had Danzig present AND I am pleased to say that our Colt has Danzig present through the Male side of the Mare First Bloom in Dylan Thomas who is by Danehill by Danzig! It may not seem a big deal and people may say why bother to do the research however when a stallion (TARZINO) has had 5 stakes horses to date, and they ALL have Danzig present in their pedigrees you tend to believe that it is not a fluke and you stand up and take notice. Some genetical factors tick for a stallion and for TARZINO it clearly seems to be Danzig which is having the influence and which we have in our colts pedigree!




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