Aquis Canungra Qld

Aquis Canungra Qld

Aquis Farm is a world-class, 447-hectare thoroughbred breeding facility at Canungra, in the Gold Coast hinterland, in Queensland. Through an unrelenting commitment to identifying and bringing to market high quality stallions, we will help build the quality and standard of racing in Queensland and become the largest and most respected partner to the State’s vibrant racing industry.

Gate 6, 2563 Beaudesert-Nerang Road , Canungra, QLD, 4275
+61 7 5543 4732
Jonathan Davies - Director of Sales
0423 033 858
Paul Knight - Business Development Manager
0410 683 469
Penelope Crowley - Nominations
0427 857 788

Stallions standing at Aquis Canungra Qld


Glenfiddich service fee for 2024 is $5,500

3rd season at stud


Invader service fee for 2024 is $8,800

Latest winner: Another Val


Jonker service fee for 2024 is $12,500

3rd season at stud


Kobayashi service fee for 2024 is $15,000

Latest winner: Cotto

Lean Mean Machine

Lean Mean Machine service fee for 2024 is $13,200

Latest winner: Mean Approach


Officiating service fee for 2024 is $12,500

1st season at stud


Stronger service fee for 2024 is $9,900

2nd season at stud

The Mission

The Mission service fee for 2024 is $4,400

Latest winner: Altar Boy

Latest News

Former champion jockey Douglas Whyte earned his first win at the highest level as a trainer when The Not a Single Doubt entire Stronger edged out the Deep Field gelding Sky Field in a thrilling finish to the Group 1 The Centenary Sprint Cup  (1200m) at Sha Tin on Sunday.
Aquis Farm’s The Mission became the third first crop stallion to put a winner on the board when the Les Ross-trained Mishani Warfare scored a richly deserved win in the Moet & Chandon Hcp (1200m) at Eagle Farm on Saturday.
A third Group 1 of the spring for Daniel Moor as the six-year-old Spirit Of Boom entire Jonker made all the running in Friday night’s Group 1 Ladbrokes Manikato Stakes (1200m) at Moonee Valley.
Winless since kickstarting his career with runaway wins at Wyong and Newcastle back in December 2017, Jonker made a statement for his new stable when lowering Takeover Targets Doomben 1200m course record in Saturday’s Listed Keith Noud Quality.
With the foaling season in full swing, the team at Aquis have five stallions with their first crop foals due this season, and we are delighted to have already foaled down a stunning colt by Group I winner Invader.
I Am Invincible has already made a great start to his career as a sire of sires through Brazen Beau and this season we will see more foals from some of his up and coming sire sons including Aquis Farm’s Kobayashi.
Sweet Orange (USA) has returned to New Zealand to resume his stallion career at Highview.
Each year much thought goes into deciding what stallion to send your mare to, but when that mare is the dam of a Cox Plate winner and is in her twilight years then the decision becomes all the more important.
Aquis Farm have today announced a $1million bonus for breeders sending mares to their new Group I winning sire The Mission this spring.
Aquis, in response to its Queensland breeders, have secured a stallion that has the speed and commerciality that all Australian breeders are looking for, but also a stallion that will complement the bloodlines that are prevalent in the Queensland broodmare population.
Rob Crosby, who owns the dam of Group I MRC Caulfield Cup winner Southern Speed has elected to send his prized mare Golden Eagle to Snitzel’s Champion 2YO son Invader in 2018.
At Riccarton Park on Saturday, War Front stallion Sweet Orange (USA) recorded his first winner with the very smart 2YO Khimar War.
Snitzel’s brilliant Group I winning son Invader is an exciting addition to the Aquis roster and will not be short of quality partners with two outstanding young mares secured at last night’s Inglis Chairman’s Sale set to join his debut book of mares.
Progressive Australian racing and breeding powerhouse AQUIS and prominent international thoroughbred investor Phoenix Thoroughbreds have joined forces in securing for stud duties Snitzel’s Champion two-year-old son Invader.
YOU could argue there has been two boom horses of 2017 - so it’s any wonder Wingrove Park are shouting from the rooftops their close ties to Royal Symphony and Jonker as the year comes to a close - with both horses expected to make an even bigger name for themselves in 2018.