Eddie Hirsch Acquires Woodside Park Stud

Media Release - Tuesday July 13

Eddie Hirsch has acquired Woodside Park Stud in Tylden, home to the renowned stallions, Foxwedge, Rich Enuff and Tosen Stardom.
In 2019, Mr Hirsch purchased and subsequently redeveloped Woodside Park’s thoroughbred training complex in Tylden, which was renamed Hirsch Park and has been operating since late 2020.
“I’m thrilled to have both my racing and breeding businesses now based in Tylden. All the current Woodside Park Stud staff will remain part of our team and we are excited for a prosperous future in the stud business.”



Foxwedge will stand this season for $11,000 inc. GST (pay on live foal)
He was a Gr. 1 winning sprinter and is now a proven sire having produced 22 stakes-winners (11 since arriving at Woodside two years ago) with 5 at Gr. 1 level including Lunar Fox, Foxplay, and Volpe Veloce. 


Rich Enuff

Rich Enuff will stand this season for $8,800 inc. GST (pay on live foal)
Written Tycoon’s highest rated son with a timeform rating of 125. He has produced unbeaten guns, Dosh and Orbisyn, to run this Spring. 

Tosen Stardom

Tosen Stardom will stand this season for $7,700 inc. GST (pay on live foal)
Dual Gr.1 winning son of Deep Impact, who was a 3-million-dollar yearling and unbeaten Group-winning 2YO. His eldest progeny are yearlings. 


More Reading...
Sires With Winners - Saturday November 27
Here is the full list of 97 stallions which had winners throughout Australasia on Saturday with winners and result details.
Widden Stud Virtual Parade Online
The legacy of our revered champion sire Northern Meteor lives on at Widden Stud this spring with the arrival the first foals by Zousain, the Group I placed Group II winning son of our current flagship sire Zoustar.
New G1 Galileo Son for Victoria
Cornwall Park proudly announced an exciting addition to the 2021 roster - Galileo's high class son Johannes Vermeer (IRE). An eye-catching €300,000 Goffs Orby Yearling Sale graduate who earned Australian fans with his gutsy second to Rekindling in the Melbourne Cup, Johannes Vermeer put his class on display racing successfully in the best of company in four countries.
Ellsberg Has a Half-Sister Catalogued for the Magic Millions
The Gerald Ryan & Sterling Alexiou-trained Ellsberg bounced back from his seventh in the Golden Eagle with a dominant performance in Saturday’s Group III Festival Stakes at Rosehill.
Lifetime Breeding Rights Available in Exciting Young Sire
Get ahead of the pack and discover this stallion …. before everybody else does.
Thoroughbreds are Go – Catch it Here
If you missed this week’s episode of Thoroughbreds are Go last night on Sky Thoroughbred Central featuring remarkable racehorse turned showjumper turned police horse Lunar Rise then read on for the link to a great show from Caroline Searcy.
Pin-up horse Gold Watch continues winning streak
Gold Watch, one of the most exciting gallopers in New Zealand racing, kept his winning streak intact at Te Aroha on Saturday with another powerful display to take out the open 1400m contest on the card.
Stakes Quinella for Reward for Effort
The loss of popular Victorian sire Reward for Effort during the past week was highlighted when he provided the quinella in the Listed SAJC City of Marion Stakes (1200m) at Morphettville on Saturday.
Coolmore Ireland Announce 2022 Fees
Coolmore Ireland have announced their fees for 2022 with the roster headed by Wootton Bassett (GB) at a fee of €150,000 (A$234,341), the proven Group I sire currently in Australia covering his first book of mares here at a fee of $71,500.
Wow! Nicconi Mare Graceful Girl Explodes to Win $1million G1 Winterbottom
Bob and Sandra Peters have bid farewell this year to two of their Group I superstar mares in Arcadia Queen and Celebrity Queen, both sold at broodmare sales for a combined total of $5.7million, but they have an able replacement in brilliant sprinter Graceful Girl.