Endless Drama as Larneuk Stud Announces Fees

Media Release - Tuesday May 18

A stallion Cluster that will make you (Wolf) Cry-  OK, so we couldn’t manage any word associations for Wandjina.

But hey, we’re a stud that stands good sires, not Hemingway.

What we definitely don’t need to be clever with words about though is Larneuk’s lineup for 2021. Best yet.

For starters, two new boys: Endless Drama and Wandjina.

Endless Drama stands at $8,800

We only got to see ENDLESS DRAMA race a few times in Australia where he finished 3rd to Winx in the Group 2 Apollo, won the Apollo the following year and later grabbed 3rd in the Group 1 Stradbroke. However, he was a multiple Group 2 winner in New Zealand AND multiple Group 1 placed behind absolute superstars Gleneagles and Belardo in the UK.

Did we mention he’s by Lope de Vega (Santa Ana Lane, Gytrash, Vega Magic et al.)? Endless Drama will stand at $8,800 with a limited number of breeding rights available.

Also getting used to his new surroundings in God’s country (aka Victoria’s North East) WANDJINA already has runs on the board with Group 2 winner & multiple Group 1 placed 2YO, Mamaragan, Wandabaa, Express Pass, Rock My Wand, Grand Scholar, Deep Chill, Wanaroo & co.

Wandjina stands at $8,800

With his oldest progeny 4YOs, Wandjina is described as an ‘oil painting’ – he was a $1 million yearling after all – and is one of the best sons of Snitzel available at stud. Wandjina too stands at $8,800.

Fastnet Rock’s Group 2 winner & rising sire (oldest progeny 4YOs), CLUSTER is excellent value at a fee of $6,600 for 2021, particularly in light of this year’s brilliant 2YO, Rocket Tiger.

Cluster stands at $6,600.

What a fairytale horse he’s turned out to be … placed in the Group 2 Silver Slipper and Group 3 Black Opal, he also got a run in the Golden Slipper and watch out for him when he returns as a 3YO. Cluster is also sire of stakes horse, Gee Gees Darl, plus multiple winners Tarcoola Diva, Centaur, Tocatchacod and this season’s unbeaten 2YO, Serious Sarah.

Rounding out the Larneuk lineup is WOLF CRY who we reckon is something of a sleeping giant. This first crop son of superstar sire, Street Cry, Wolf Cry has just had the 4 runners thus far but they include Group 2 placed 2YO, Wolves and 5.5 length Doomben winner, General Wolffe.

Wolf Cry stands at $6,600

We’re not crying wolf with this bloke. Like Cluster, he stands at a fee of just $6,600.

There are no guarantees in breeding and you just can’t wave a magic Wand(jina) – sorry, couldn’t help ourselves – but in terms of sheer value and promise, you can’t go past the Larneuk quartet.

For further information, phone Neville Murdoch on 0418 105 706.



ENDLESS DRAMA (Lope de Vega) [new]                               $8,800

WANDJINA (Snitzel) [new]                                                    $8,800

CLUSTER (Fastnet Rock)                                                        $6,600

WOLF CRY (Street Cry)                                                          $6,600

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