Denman Relocating to Twin Hills
Media Release - Tuesday April 16

Denman (Lonhro – Peach (Vain)) will stand at Twin Hills Stud, Cootamundra for the 2019 season. His fee has been set at $8,800 (inc GST).

Denman is making the move from Darley to Twin Hills this springWith 79 winners already this season, Denman ranks in the top 20 stallions in Australia. His percentage of winners to runners is superior to that of fellow proven sires, Fastnet Rock, Not A Single Doubt, Nicconi and Star Witness. Denman is also in the top 20 active stallions on the Australian General Sires list.

Denman's recent Stakes winners include this season's Group winning two year old, Whiskey Neat, and the three year old Humma Humma, winner last Saturday of the Listed Redelva Stakes. His progeny also include the outstanding Hong Kong performer Hot King Prawn, the winner of 9 races and over AUD $2 million in prizemoney.

Bred by Woodlands Stud and trained by Peter Snowden, Denman was an outstanding Group 1 winning racehorse. He won nine of his twelve starts including six Stakes races between 1200m and 1400m.

Denman is by the Champion sire (and sire of sires) Lonhro, from one of Australia's very best families. He is a half brother to the dam of the 2019 Golden Slipper winner, Kiamichi. His pedigree is free of Danehill.

"We are delighted to be standing Denman and to have purchased a significant interest in him," said Oliver Tait, the owner of Twin Hills. "I love his pedigree which features the Golden Slipper winners Vain, Marscay, Dark Eclipse and of course Kiamichi.

"His progeny are fast and tough. He constantly produces winners and his statistics compare very well to some of Australia's best stallions. He is a fantastic addition to Smart Missile and Odyssey Moon."

Twin Hills Release
More Reading...
Valentia's Paella
The history of the Paella is much like the history of the Yorkshire Hotpot or the Hungarian Goulash.  It’s a peasant’s meal that utilises local ingredients and leftovers to create a dish that can happily feed a hungry family returning from the fields.
Queen's Birthday Honour for David Ellis
Te Akau principal David Ellis, who received the Outstanding Contribution to Racing Award in 2017, has added further distinction to his lifetime of work within New Zealand’s thoroughbred racing industry with his appointment as a Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit (CNZM) in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List.
Exciting HK Winner Winning Dreamer Has Kiwi Origins
New Zealand Bloodstock yearling sale graduate Winning Dreamer impressed many when he lived up to expectations with a successful debut in Hong Kong on Sunday.
One to Watch – Sha Tin
The Sha Tin meeting on Sunday produced an explosive first starter by Deep Field that clocked a sub 56 second gallop in the 1000 metre Class Four.
A Closer Look at Pierro
The bar is set high for Golden Slipper winners that go to stud and all are afforded great opportunity from the get go, but some do better than others and a substantial fee increase this year for Pierro would suggest many breeders believe he has the potential to go all the way and emulate the success of legendary Golden Slipper winning Champion Australian Sires such as Marscay, Flying Spur and
Ringerdingding to Stand at Wyndholm Park
Wyndholm Park Stud situated in Ballarat Victoria are delighted to announce the acquisition of Ringerdingding to their stallion roster for the 2020 breeding season.