Oaklands Stud

Oaklands Stud

Comprising over 1000 acres of undulating fertile pastures, Oaklands Stud boasts the perfect conditions to breed and grow future champions. Established in 1979, Oaklands Stud is one of Queensland’s premier thoroughbred studs and is operated by principal Neville Stewart and sons Alistair & Hamish, with the common goal of consistently producing quality racehorses.

1059 Umbiram Rd , Umbiram, QLD, 4352
admin@oaklandsstud.com.au
www.oaklandsstud.com
+617 4691 0164
Alistair Stewart
0400 718 010
Neville Stewart
0418 718 011

Stallions standing at Oaklands Stud

Exosphere

Exosphere service fee for 2023 is $6,600

Latest winner: Austmarr

Pariah

Pariah service fee for 2023 is $8,800

Latest winner: Flamenco Rose

Power

Power service fee for 2023 is $13,200

Latest winner: Chinchilla Ahead

Prince Fawaz

Prince Fawaz service fee for 2023 is $11,000

4th season at stud

Latest News

After placing at her first two starts, things started to go pear-shaped for Possover when she parted company with her rider at Toowoomba before surviving a float rollover when returning home after disappointing at Ipswich on January 8.
Queensland’s Oaklands Stud has been celebrating a pair of international feature race winners by one of the farm’s new and exciting additions.
Back in 2016, Mr Clint (NZ) (Power) attracted a total of less than $150,000 across his two trips through the Karaka sale ring. He has since forged a highly successful racing career in Singapore, which went to new heights on Sunday with victory in the S$1 million Dester Singapore Gold Cup (2000m).
A shot at stakes company is on ice for promising filly Neon Moon, but Matamata trainer Chad Ormsby is confident she can still make a splash on debut at Ellerslie on Saturday as she sets off on a path towards January's $1 million Karaka Million (1200m) at the same venue.
Stunning young Redoute’s Choice stallion Pariah had plenty of admirers at the Arrowfield stallion parades last spring and he’s certainly passed on his good looks to his first foal born this spring.
There's not a lot of Star Surprise but he has some motor.
It’s slim pickings for Lonhro fans headed to the 2019 Inglis Classic Yearling Sale with just one entry by the charismatic champion, but there are good numbers by his Group I winning son Exosphere so let’s take a look at what he has to offer.
The next stallion on our list of featured first season Magic Millions sires is Darley's powerhouse sprinter Exosphere, a horse whose physical presence on raceday was formidable.
Team Rogerson is poised to make a three-pronged attack on the Group I Sistema Railway (1200m) on New Year’s Day after Gift Of Power started off a big day on Saturday for her breeders and part-owners, Sir Patrick and Justine, Lady Hogan.
Talented sprinter Gift of Power took her stakes-winning tally to three at Otaki on Friday when she won the Listed Fasttrack Insurance Levin Stakes (1200m) in dominant fashion.
With a powerful performance in Saturday’s S$1 million Singapore Guineas (1600m) at Kranji, Mr Clint (NZ) (Power) added his name to a proud recent record for New Zealand-breds and Karaka graduates in the prestigious three-year-old race.
A long-range plan had a happy ending, but only just, when Power O’Hata prevailed at Te Rapa in her first black type outing.
Set to stand in Queensland this year at Oaklands Stud, former Cambridge Stud shuttler Power (GB) produced a new stakes-winner in New Zealand on Saturday.
European Classic winner and proven stakes sire Power (GB) will boost the Queensland sire ranks when he joins the roster at Oaklands Stud this spring.
Speedy filly Gift Of Power is on target for a Group One meeting with the older horses that may ultimately boost the value of her half-brother headed to Karaka 2018.

Recent Sales For Oaklands Stud