Woodside Park Stallions Popular

Tara Madgwick - Tuesday August 20
Woodside Park's weekend stallion parade proved super popular with Victoria's number one sire Written Tycoon the headline act, while Tosen Stardom (Jpn) was feeling frisky with the start of the breeding season less than two weeks away.




Written Tycoon was a favourite with guests!





Tosen Stardom is raring to go!





Proven G1 sire Foxwedge was at home in his new surrounds.




Woodside Park's exciting young shuttle sire Cable Bay (IRE) will be a late arrival, but is expected to begin the breeding season as normal and is fully booked.





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