Rosemont Stud

Rosemont Stud

Based just 20 minutes west of Geelong, Rosemont Stud has quickly established itself as one of the most progressive thoroughbred stud farms in Australia. Offering services across the full spectrum of breeding and racing, Rosemont’s three properties offer the facilities to suit your thoroughbred … whatever your needs.

210 Gullys Rd , Ceres, VIC, 3221
03 5220 6500
Anthony Mithen - Proprietor
0413 486 767
Ryan McEvoy - General Manager - Bloodstock
0439 802 837

Stallions standing at Rosemont Stud

Extreme Warrior

Extreme Warrior service fee for 2023 is $19,800

3rd season at stud


Hanseatic service fee for 2023 is $17,600

4th season at stud

Shamus Award

Shamus Award service fee for 2023 is $60,500

Latest winner: Music Award


Strasbourg service fee for 2023 is $8,800

Latest winner: Colmar

Latest News

Runner-up to Fake Love in the Listed Debutant Stakes and to General Beau in the Listed Blue Diamond Preview last season, Extreme Warrior blew past his better-fancied stablemate Profiteer to make it Wednesday’s $200,000 Group III Catanach's Jewellers Blue Sapphire Stakes (1200m) at Caulfield a walk in the park.
Godolphin’s wonderful Street Boss (USA) colt Hanseatic had plenty of reasons to lose his unbeaten tag in Saturday’s $200,000 Group III Neds Blue Diamond Prelude (c&g) (1100m) at Caulfield but just as he has done at his previous two starts, he attacked the line in the style of a topliner.
Luke Currie’s love affair with Magic Millions Raceday on the Gold Coast continued on Saturday thanks to a dominant victory aboard Etana in the $250,000 Frizelle Sunshine Magic Millions Open Quality Handicap (1800m).
If you think you have noticed Shamus Award popping up regularly in the winner’s column, you’d be right.
The Group III VRC Carbine Club Stakes is run at Flemington this afternoon and seven years ago the winner of that race was the Bart Cummings trained Lunar Rise and what an interesting life he’s had.
The Whishaw family of Armidale Stud will be biting the fingernails down to the quick as the countdown to Mystic Journey’s historic bid for the Cox Plate draws ever closer but the nerves would have been settled somewhat by the win of the Victoria Derby bound Soul Patch in Saturday's Group II Drummond Golf Vase (2040m).
Saturday’s Group III Up And Coming Stakes at Randwick was chockful of promising three-year-olds that were aiming for better things down the track but few on course were prepared for the drama that followed.
Rosemont Stud will throw open the gates to its impressive Gnarwarre Stud in Geelong on Saturday, August 10 for an 11am sharp parade of their high quality stallion draft for 2019.
Cox Plate hero Shamus Award has relocated to Rosemont Stud in Victoria for this spring and received a big boost when his talented son Mr Quickie captured the Group I BRC Queensland Derby at Eagle Farm on Saturday.
Cox Plate winner Shamus Award has given himself a live hope for the Group I BRC Queensland Oaks in two weeks time with his talented staying daughter Etana taking out the Group II BRC The Roses at Doomben on Saturday.
Shamus Award three year-old Mr Quickie showed he was right on target for a tilt at the Group I SAJC South Australian Derby (2500m) next month when scoring a powerful win in the $250,000 MRC VOBIS Gold Heath at Caulfield on Saturday.
Most experts anticipated that the progeny of Shamus Award would really hit their straps as three-year-olds, and it would appear that they were correct.
Widden Stud’s Cox Plate winner Shamus Award posted his first stakes-winner on Saturday when progressive three year-old Classix Weiwei took out the Listed SAJC Port Adelaide Guineas over 1800 metres.
A competitive juvenile maiden at Rosehill on Wednesday was won in determined style by Shamus Award colt True Detective, a $100,000 Inglis Classic purchase for Byron Rogers’ Performance Genetics LLC.
Racing at Sha Tin in Hong Kong on New Year’s Day produced a new stakes-winner for Starcraft with exciting prospect Conte overpowering his rivals to win the Group III Chinese Club Challenge Cup bringing a big pedigree update for his Magic Millions bound half-sister.
Rosina Kojonup continued on her winning way on Wednesday, adding more to the burgeoning broodmare career of her dam Courgette.
Racing in the silks of Dalziel Racing and Rosemont Stud, the Shamus Award gelding Mr Quickie took his record to four wins from six starts with a dominant performance in a benchmark 64 over 1400 metres at Sandown on Wednesday.
As a half-sister by Shamus Award to Golden Slipper winner She Will Reign there has always been a lot of interest in this talented filly, who cast off maiden status at Hawkesbury on Wednesday.
Toorak Toff departed Rosemont Stud to Tasmania’s Kingsley Park this season, but he made sure he left his old alma mater on a high note when his son Iconoclasm carried the Rosemont silks to victory in Saturday’s Listed Weekend Hussler Stakes (1400m) at Caulfield and credit his sire with his first stakes-winner.
Popular Rosemont stallion Toorak Toff is in for a change of scenery with a deal struck to stand the horse for 2018 at Tasmania’s Kingsley Park.

Recent Sales For Rosemont Stud

2024 Gold Coast Yearling Sale - Top price: $650,000
2024 Premier Yearling Sale - Top price: $480,000
2023 Gold Coast Yearling Sale - Top price: $150,000
2023 Gold Coast Yearling Sale - Top price: $650,000
2023 Gold Yearling Sale - Top price: $20,000
2023 Great Southern Sale - Top price: $75,000
2023 Premier Yearling Sale - Top price: $560,000