Riverdene Stud

Riverdene Stud

Riverdene Stud is a long-established thoroughbred concern based in the Riverina region of New South Wales. It prides itself on the services provided to breeders and enjoys a close association with local racing stables that utilise the property for spelling purposes. Riverdene Stud has a history of standing successful stallions and in 2023 offers the services of Australian Horse of the Year and 5-time Group 1 winner DISSIDENT plus Group 1 winning 2YO and proven sire of quality winners in SIZZLING. Service fees to both stallions are payable on live foal.

Tumbarumba Road , Wagga Wagga, NSW, 2650
riverdene2@hotmail.com
www.riverdene.com.au
0439 925 403
Amanda Elliott - Stud Manager
0439 925 403

Stallions standing at Riverdene Stud

Dissident

Dissident service fee for 2023 is $5,500

Latest winner: Pahang

Sizzling

Sizzling service fee for 2023 is $5,500

Latest winner: Just Go Bang

Latest News

Speedy Dissident filly Yitai Synergy relished a positive ride from James McDonald. surging forward from her outside gate to lead all the way and win at Warwick Farm on Wednesday.
Speedy Dissident filly Yitai Synergy relished a positive ride from James McDonald. surging forward from her outside gate to lead all the way and win at Warwick Farm on Wednesday.
Just six runners went to the post the QTIS Two-Year-Old over 1200 metres at Doomben on Saturday with three by Spirit Of Boom and two by Spill The Beans but the David Vandyke-trained Sizzling filly Red Stiletto saw them all off and earn a trip to the Gold Coast for the Magic Millions 2YO Classic on January 11.
Won last year by Melbourne Cup winner Vow and Declare, the Listed VRC TCL TV Stakes (1800m) for three year-olds at Flemington on Thursday was won in good style by progressive Dissident gelding Pancho.
There was a big rap on Okay Pal heading into his debut performance at Phar Lap Raceway on Friday and the Michael and Matthew Pitman-trained three-year-old didn’t disappoint.
A colt by former Australian Horse of the Year Dissident impressed at the first breeze-up session leading into next month's Magic Millions Gold Coast 2YOs in Training Sale.
Australian Horse of the Year and now promising young sire Dissident broke the ice with his first winner of the new season in the best way possible with a debut victory at Warwick Farm on Wednesday for three year-old colt Reformist.
It was always anticipated the progeny of Australian Horse of the Year Dissident might take a little while to hit their stride and as we move to towards the end of the season, the son of Sebring is churning out a steady stream of winners with the Tony Gollan trained Ingear winning on debut in brilliant fashion at Ipswich on Wednesday.
Speedy Dissident filly Yitai Synergy scored her second win with a brilliant front-running effort at Muswellbrook on Sunday.
Quality Dissident colt Disruptor scored a well-deserved dominant win at Warwick Farm on Wednesday for a happy group of Darby Racing owners.
After exploding on the scene with an eight and a quarter length romp over 1050 metres at Morphettville in January, the Phillip Stokes-trained Sizzlefly will be given her chance at the Melbourne spring carnival after she kept her record perfect with a dominant performance over 1000 metres at Mornington on Monday.
A long overdue victory for talented Sizzling two year-old filly Blazing Miss at Canterbury on Wednesday continued a hot run of recent success for Newgate Farm sold juveniles including last Saturday’s Brisbane stakes-winner Shadow Hero and highly promising Exceed and Excel colt Exceedance.
Switched to Melbourne after two midfield finishes in Sydney metropolitan races, promising two year-old Dissident gelding Pancho relished the heavy ground and hit the line hard to break his maiden at Sandown on Wednesday.
A half-brother to $2million earner and Group II winner Invincibella, three year-old gelding Secret Blaze became the first stakes-winner for Snitzel’s Group I winning son Sizzling when taking out the Listed MRC Galilee Final at Caulfield on Saturday.
Newgate Farm’s Sizzling followed up a winning treble on Saturday with another impressive two year-old winner in Calescent at Wagga on Monday.
Australian Horse of the Year Dissident added a new winner to his tally on Thursday at Pakenham when the Tony McEvoy trained colt Outlandos saluted.
Fresh from siring brilliant two year-old debut winner Sizzlefly last weekend at Morphettville, Newgate Farm’s Sizzling has added another impressive juvenile winner to the tally on Wednesday in Sizzling Babe.
There were several very impressive two year-old winners around Australia on Saturday but this one scored by the biggest margin.
Australian Horse of the Year Dissident posted his first winner at Trentham in New Zealand on Saturday with a powerful debut victory for Louis Luck.
Australian Horse of the Year Dissident went very close to siring his first stakes-winner at Riccarton in New Zealand on Saturday when talented colt Challa was beaten a head in the Listed Welcome Stakes.

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