Your Song Relocating to Gooree Stud

Media Release - Wednesday May 4

Born and bred at Gooree Stud, Group I winning Fastnet Rock stallion Your Song will return to his birthplace to continue his stud career at the historic property this spring.

As part of Gooree Park’s commercialization, the stud is proud to welcome home one of their favourite sons, who has made his mark both on the racetrack and in the breeding barn.

Your Song is back where it all began at Gooree Park.

Your Song was trained throughout his career by Anthony Cummings, but returned regularly to Gooree Park for spelling and pre-training with victory in the Group I BTC Cup (1200m) his crowning achievement.


A well proven source of winners and stakes-winners during his years at Widden Stud, Your Song has sired 177 winners of over $22million in prizemoney including 14 stakes horses headed by Group II winner Brave Song and Group III winners Gem Song and Miss Exfactor as well as Frankie Pinot, winner of the Listed Wangoom Handicap on Wednesday at Warrnambool. Read about him here.



Gem Song wins the Group III ATC Star Kingdom Stakes in March - image Steve Hart


His winners this season included a slew of metro winners including dashing grey Frosty Rocks, a winner of over $600,000, as well as Lyrical Girl, She Can Sing and Rhythmic Pulse.

By champion sire Fastnet Rock, Your Song has an international female pedigree packed with Black Type and featuring champion stallions Sunday Silence, Mr Prospector and Nijinsky offering broodmare owners the very best in world renowned blood lines.

Standing at only $5500 inc. GST for the 2022 season, don’t miss this chance to book your mares to one of the most underrated stallions on the market.

Your Song will stand at Gooree Park at a fee of $5,500.

Contact Peter Ward at 0487 196 644, Hellen Corby at 02 63871800, or email to book.


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