Geisel Park Stud

Geisel Park Stud

Geisel Park Stud is located at the historic Myalup Farm established in 1846. In 2007 Eddie and Kylie Rigg acquired Myalup Farm for the purpose of establishing one of Western Australia’s leading thoroughbred studs. The rich chocolate soils surrounding the Mylaup swamp and the abundant fresh water make Myalup Farm ‘a little bit of New Zealand’ on the coastal plains of the Southwest. The farm has now expanded to 250 acres. All facilities at Geisel Park Stud, Myalup Farm, have been purpose built to ensure the safety of the horses and maximise efficiencies.

136 Pead Road , Myalup, WA, 6220
geiselpark@bigpond.com
www.geiselpark.com.au
08 9720 2926
Conor Dunlop - Stud Manager
geiselpark@bigpond.com
0447 434 735
Eddie Rigg - Principal
erigg@argonaut.com
0418 942 304

Stallions standing at Geisel Park Stud

All American

All American service fee for 2024 is $4,400

Latest winner: Work Home Front

Aysar

Aysar service fee for 2024 is $8,800

2nd season at stud

Manhattan Rain

Manhattan Rain service fee for 2024 is $8,250

Latest winner: Champagne In Lace

Winning Rupert

Winning Rupert service fee for 2024 is $8,800

Latest winner: Putt For Dough

Latest News

Second in the Group I MRC Caulfield Guineas in 2020, it’s been a long time between drinks for talented Deep Field stallion Aysar, who finally claimed a Black Type victory when taking out the Listed MVRC Chautauqua Stakes (1200m) at Moonee Valley on Saturday.
After four placegetters including Flemington second Ranveer, Winning Rupert is off the mark with the Roy Chillemi-trained Vienna Cruise leading all the way in an eventful 1000m QTIS maiden at Townsville on Tuesday.
Blue Gum Farm has stood Golden Slipper producing sire Manhattan Rain for the past three seasons and Phillip Campbell is on a mission is to resurrect the stallion’s name ahead of the 2020 yearling sales which will see his first Victorian bred offspring enter the sale ring.
By Manhattan Rain from a daughter of his half-brother Redoute's Choice, Jamaican Rain certainly has an interesting pedigree and claimed her first Graded win when taking out the Group III MRC Mannerism Stakes at Caulfield on Saturday.
Bileena Stud will offer a yearling from good producer Who’s There at the 2019 Magic Millions Gold Coast March Yearling Sale that had important updates from Canberra on Friday with not one but two of his siblings saluting.
A stylish winner of the Group I BRC Queensland Derby earlier this year, high class four year old Dark Dream was subsequently sold to Hong Kong and opened his account in spectacular fashion at Sha Tin on Sunday.
All American has shown in the past he can get a high class classic three year-old such as Yankee Rose (Spring Champion Stakes) and Dark Dream (Queensland Derby) with this New Zealand trained filly also harboring classic aspirations.
Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott turned back the international challenge in Wednesday’s $350,000 Group III Bet365 Geelong Cup (2400m) as the front-running Runaway held the challenge of his stablemate Northwest Passage.
A powerhouse son of Written Tycoon, dazzling sprinter Winning Rupert has his first foals arriving this spring with Daandine Stud in Queensland delighted with their stunning colt from well related mare Tears.
Eddie Rigg has conjured up a second Group 1 in two years to promote All American at Geisel Park Stud in WA.
Nine years ago, a filly by Charge Forward out of the Marscay mare Our Farm Girl, sold for $25,000 at the Inglis Premier Yearling Sale.
Geisel Park Stud owner Eddie Rigg has purchased Group 1 stallion All American outright to stand permanently in Western Australia.
In a huge coup for the Group 1 sire, All American will cover Naturalist - the dam of boom horse Royal Symphony.
All American's best quality crop has just turned two and the season has started accordingly.
As a three-quarter brother to a pair of Oaks winners, it’s no surprise the Group I ATC Spring Champion Stakes is on the agenda for promising three year-old Runaway, who broke the ice with his first win at Canterbury on Wednesday.

Recent Sales For Geisel Park Stud

2024 Perth Yearling Sale - Top price: $150,000
2024 Perth Yearling Sale - Top price: $75,000
2023 Perth Yearling Sale - Top price: $105,000