Lyndhurst Stud

Lyndhurst Stud

One of Queensland’s most successful studs – and operated by the Kruger family since 1956 – Lyndhurst Stud is located south west of Brisbane at Warwick. Offering all professional thoroughbred services – from agistment and foaling to yearling sale preparation and high quality stallions, Lyndhurst Stud has Condamine River frontage with extensive irrigation throughout.

PO Box 348 , Warwick, QLD, 4370
+61 (07) 4661 1588
Jeff Kruger
0429 076 610
Griff Kruger
0427 010 096

Stallions standing at Lyndhurst Stud


Barbaric service fee for 2022 is $8,800

1st season at stud

Better Than Ready

Better Than Ready service fee for 2022 is $24,200

Latest winner: Tikka Ready


Rothesay service fee for 2022 is $4,950

Latest winner: Couldn't Refuse

Latest News

Rothesay’s ultra-consistent son Chapter And Verse has a win in a $1 million race to his credit but the 5yo gelding was still searching for his first stakes win when he entered the barriers for Saturday’s Group III TAB George Moore Stakes (1200m) at Doomben.
After the Tony Sears-trained filly Better Thinking opened her account with a three and a half-length romp when on debut at Toowoomba on Saturday to make it winner number 22 for Better Than Ready, the high-flying Lyndhurst Stud stallion took his tally to 23 on Sunday but this one came with a bit of a difference.
Lyndhurst Stud’s long-time front-runner Better Than Ready continues to repel the formidable challenges of Deep Field and Rubick for number of individual winners by a first season sire after Golly Hut broke his maiden at the Sunshine Coast on Wednesday to become winner number 21.
In a dramatic finish to Wednesday’s Listed Ramornie Handicap (1200m) at Grafton, defending champion Havasay scored a last bound win, his first since taking the race 12 months ago.
We thought last season we were seeing something exceptional when bargain priced sire Spirit of Boom churned out 18 Australian first crop winners, but lightning has struck twice with another modestly priced Queenslander in Better than Ready equalling and surpassing his figures.
At Doomben on Wednesday, Better than Ready posted a 19th two year-old winner for the season to poke his nose back in front of big guns Snitzel and I Am Invincible in the race to be leading Australian sire by two year-old winners.
It’s been an amazing season for Lyndhurst Stud’s exciting young sire Better Than Ready and it got better again on Wednesday when he posted his 17th first crop winner with a Sunshine Coast victory for talented gelding Ready to Roam.
The Listed BRC Dalrello Stakes at Eagle Farm on Saturday produced a thrilling finish with Better Than Ready's Jagged Edge holding a nose margin over Deep Field's Deep Sea to give first season sires the quinella in the 1000 metre sprint.
The runaway leading first season sire for number of winners, Better Than Ready was represented by his 15th individual winner when the Stuart Kendrick-trained Jagged Edge made an impressive career debut at the Sunshine Coast on Sunday.
Australia's runaway, leading first season sire by winners BETTER THAN READY  has had his fee deservedly increased for 2019.
Lyndhurst Stud Farm based sire sensation Better Than Ready returned to the top of the Leading First Season Sire table on earnings when exceptional juvenile The Odyssey cruised to victory in Saturday's $500,000 Aquis 2YO Jewel at the Gold Coast.
For those that thought Better Than Ready was an early season wonder who would quietly fade from the scene, well think again after the son of More Than Ready wrestled the lead back off Brazen Beau for first-season sire honours after The Odyssey ploughed through the mud in Saturday's $500,000 2YO Jewel at the Gold Coast.
The most represented sire in the Magic Millions 2YO Classic this Saturday with four runners, Better Than Ready added another winner to his ever growing tally with a six length winner at Rockhampton on Thursday.
The all important barrier draw for the Magic Millions 2YO Classic was held this morning with mixed fortunes for the leading fancies, Unite and Conquer stuck with gate 18 and Dubious blessed with a cosy 7, while first season sire Better Than Ready has more runners than any other sire.
Every thoroughbred breeder aspires to produce a winner and many are successful in that regard, but to produce a winner that can go on and make his mark at stud takes that dream to another level.
Consistent filly Girls Are Ready earned her ticket to the $2 million Magic Millions 2yo Classic at the Gold Coast on January 12 with a thoroughly professional performance in Saturday’s 2yo Handicap over 1200 metres at Warwick Farm.
Last year the Queensland based Spirit Of Boom had one of the great first seasons and after yesterday’s red letter day fellow Queenslander Better Than Ready is off to a flyer, so we thought we’d compare their figures at the same stage of the season.
Forty minutes after siring his first stakes-winner, The Odyssey in the Listed Phelan Ready Plate, Lyndhurst Stud’s high-flying Better Than Ready had a second stakes-winner when Better Reflection made the trip down from Rockhampton to claim the Listed Calaway Gal Stakes at Doomben.
Following the win of Girls Are Ready at Canterbury on Friday, the Kelly Schweida-trained The Odyssey kept the ball rolling for Better Than Ready when he credited the Lyndhurst Stud stallion with his first stakes-winner in Saturday’s Listed Phelan Ready Plate (1100m) at Doomben.
Lyndhurst Stud's exciting first season sire Better Than Ready kept his hot run going when Girls Are Ready showed a liking for the heavy track at Canterbury on Friday by downing the favourite Devachan in the 2yo Maiden Plate (1200m).

Recent Sales For Lyndhurst Stud

2022 Gold Coast Yearling Sale - Top price: $170,000
2022 National Broodmare Sale - Top price: $16,000
2021 Capricornia Yearling Sale - Top price: $40,000
2021 Gold Coast Yearling Sale - Top price: $120,000