Stallions in the House at Blue Gum Farm

Media Release - Tuesday May 16

Blue Gum Farm have welcomed the arrival of Sejardan to the farm where he will stand alongside proven Group I sire Flying Artie.

Sejardan arrives at Blue Gum Farm.

A brilliantly fast and precocious son of Sebring, Sejardan will stand at a fee of $13,750.

“We are very excited here at Blue Gum Farm, to secure Sejardan. He brings a much-needed element of early 2-year-old colonial speed to the Victorian breeding industry," said Sean Dingwall.

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John North from Bowness Stud inspected Sejardan on farm recently and commented, “Easily the most physically impressive and correct young stallion we have had the pleasure to inspect in recent years, he has all the attributes to be successful”.

 

 

The sire of four stakes-winners this season headed by Group I winner Artorius and Group II winner Asfoora, Flying Artie is enjoying his new home and will stand at a fee of $16,500.

Flying Artie in full flight at Blue Gum Farm.

Please contact Sean Dingwall 0414 555 901 or Mark Lindsay 0474 347 252 for nominations.

 

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