australian breeding

Spendthrift Australia To Host Multiple Stallion Parades

Spendthrift Australia will host multiple stallion parades this year on Friday, August 18th and Saturday, August 19th. The parades will introduce newcomer Swear and include his Group 1-winning barnmates Hampton Court, Jimmy Creed, and Warrior’s Reward. The stallions will parade on Friday 18th at 3pm with afternoon tea served afterward, and on Saturday 19th at […]

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With 115 Stallions Represented, Horseco Launches Exchange Australia

As the first central platform that allowed mare owners to submit their mares to multiple farms, and multiple stallions, Horseco Exchange helped bring change and process efficiency to the way farms and owners connected, negotiated and finalized stallion nomination contracts in North America in 2017. While a new concept for the North American market in […]

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Magic Millions Broodmare Sale Posts Record Gross

Former outstanding Melbourne based racemare Gregers has topped the 2017 Magic Millions Broodmare Sale on the Gold Coast. The daughter of Commands, presented in foal to Victorian sire sensation Written Tycoon, was purchased for $1.75 million by the team from Yu Long Investments. The sale of Gregers was one of two lots today to sell for […]

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Dual G1 Winner Mshawish To Shuttle To Australia’s Swettenham Stud

Swettenham Stud has announced that Mshawish, the dual Group 1 winning son and highest earning entire of champion Medaglia d’Oro will be joining their stallion roster in 2017. A coup for Victorian breeders, Mshawish will be standing at Swettenham Stud in partnership with Al Shaqab and Taylor Made Farm. Swettenham Stud owner, Adam Sangster has forged […]

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‘The Fight Between Coal And Foals’: Hunter Valley Mining Proposal Rejected For Fourth Time

Thoroughbred farms based in Hunter Valley, New South Wales, Australia, won yet another major victory after a coal mine proposed for the area was rejected by area planners. The Australian Broadcasting Corporation reports that the NSW Planning Assessment Commission (PAC) rejected a bid from Anglo American Mining regarding its Drayton South project. It was the fourth time that the company has been […]

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Barn Buddies: Long Live Peaches

Life as a barn cat can be risky. Although more sheltered than most outdoor cats, barn residents have to contend with nightly visits from wildlife, rough temperatures, and need to be very smart about cars and machinery. That’s why I was surprised to hear about the tradition of feline durability at Australia’s Arrowfield Stud. (I […]

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‘Makes My Heart Sing’: Equine Body Worker Brings Training From Humans To Thoroughbreds

Although he didn’t make headlines for his price tag, the yearling son of Zoustar (AUS) who knocked down 250,000 AUD ($189,675) at last month’s Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale was a highlight for someone besides his purchaser, Ciaron Maher Racing. Woodside Park Stud consigned the chestnut, and the team that foaled and prepared him for […]

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Stonestreet South? Banke Makes More Moves In Australian Market

When Hip 765 sold to Coolmore at the Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale on Saturday evening, the hammer drop marked another step for American owner/breeder Barbara Banke into the Australian marketplace. Stonestreet Stables was already the purchaser on two horses for a combined 1.05 million AUD ($787,547) in partnership with Aquis Farm, Peter Leidel, […]

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Voss On Magic Millions Sale: Differences Down Under

This week, the Paulick Report is in Queensland, Australia, bringing you news and features from the Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale and Racing Carnival. As Frank Mitchell detailed in this week’s Bloodlines column, the Gold Coast yearling sale started as an innovative concept full of risk for its backers. “I think there was a […]

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Waterhouse Picks Up ‘Bargain’ More Than Ready Yearling For 1.3 Million AUD At Magic Millions

Magic Millions continued its Gold Coast Yearling Sale Thursday with a day highlighted by three seven-figure lots. Wednesday and Thursday’s sessions combined saw 383 horses sell for 78,792,000 AUD ($58,907,262), up 19.9 percent from last year’s gross sales. The average of 205,723 AUD ($153,804) is up 7.7 percent from 2016. The median of 160,000 AUD ($119,620) is […]

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