Squamosa to Stand at Brooklyn Park

Media Release - Friday May 13

Brooklyn Park Stud are thrilled to announce the addition of proven Group 1 Sire SQUAMOSA to their Stallion roster, alongside recent exciting addition Holler.


The well credentialed son of Not A Single Doubt was the trailblazer for sons of Not A Single Doubt to go to stud, followed by the likes of Extreme Choice, Farnan, Doubtland, Anders and Dubious.


Sire of multiple Gr 2 winner KIWI IDA as well and multiple stakes winner ORDER OF COMMAND, both GROUP 1 PERFORMED from his first crop of just 50 live foals.

He is also the sire of DERASA, the stakes performed 2yo who also ran 2nd in the Tasmanian Magic Millions 2yo race.

His largest crops are just yearlings and 2yr olds – presenting SQUAMOSA as an outstanding breed to sell and breed to race option.

There is Not A Single Doubt that SQUAMOSA is the stallion to support in 2022.

Service fee $3,300 inc gst with limited breeding rights available. To secure a booking, discuss pedigree analysis or organise a viewing, please contact – Cameron Thompson 0400 416 406 or Janine Courtney 0476 799 604. Email brooklynparkstud@outlook.com

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