Widden Victoria

Widden Victoria

A superbly appointed farm with spacious, safe paddocks, Widden Stud Victoria is the perfect location from which to base mares for the Victorian breeding season. Widden Victoria offers the full suite of bloodstock services, from covering mares and foaling down right through to weaning, sales preparation, breaking in and pre-training. The key systems and processes Widden Stud has used to achieve premium results from our Hunter Valley farm over more than a century have been brought into practice in Victoria.

56 Mt Eliza Road , Kerrie, VIC, 3434
+61 (03) 5428 5168
Antony Thompson - NSW
0427 470 507
Matt Comerford - NSW
0424 742 672
Adam Henry - VIC
0428 036 472
Philip Marshall - VIC
0407 853 782

Stallions standing at Widden Victoria

Bel Esprit

Bel Esprit service fee is $7,700

Latest winner: Belistic Man


Doubtland service fee is $16,500

2nd season at stud


Fiorente service fee is $11,000

Latest winner: Brew Horse


Magnus service fee is $15,400

Latest winner: Baronessa

National Defense

National Defense service fee is $9,900

4th season at stud


Nicconi service fee is $27,500

Latest winner: Nicolini Vito


Palentino service fee is $11,000

Latest winner: Scripta

Ready For Victory

Ready For Victory service fee is $4,400

Latest winner: Ultimate Victory

Russian Camelot

Russian Camelot service fee is $22,000

2nd season at stud


Squamosa service fee is $4,400

Latest winner: Tararua

Star Witness

Star Witness service fee is $16,500

Latest winner: Tiff's Finale


Thronum service fee is $7,700

5th season at stud

Latest News

Lightly raced stallion Russian Camelot (IRE) has been handled patiently by his trainer Danny O’Brien and that patience looks like being rewarded in spades this spring with the son of Camelot cruising to an ultra-impressive win in the Group I MRC Underwood Stakes (1800m) at Caulfield on Saturday.
Million-dollar colt Doubtland bounced back from a disappointing run in a high-class renewal of the San Domenico Stakes at Randwick to claim Saturday’s Group II Seppelt Danehill Stakes (1200m) at Flemington.
Frustrated by the lack of staying bred yearlings in Australia and the fierce competition on tried stayers coming out of Europe, Danny O’Brien and his owners turned their attention to the Tattersalls October Yearling Sale and found Russian Camelot.
It had to be seen to be believed, afforded very little luck in the run, the lightly raced Russian Camelot (IRE) sat three deep the trip at the tail of the field, swept up to a challenging position on the turn before arrogantly going on by to record a one and three-quarter length win over 5-time stakes-winning multi-millionaire Dalasan in Saturday’s Group 1 South Australian Derby (2500m) at M
It is an absolutely fascinating renewal Of The Group 1 South Australian Derby (2500m) at Morphettville on Saturday with a couple of Mill Park graduates returning home as conquering heroes, a few fillies with strong staying credentials and a couple of colts with pedigrees that would not be out of place in derbies at Epsom or Tokyo.
Balcairn trainers John and Karen Parsons are hoping their North Island luck holds two-fold at the Te Rapa premier meeting on Saturday week.
Outstanding southern mare Kiwi Ida showed northern racegoers a glimpse of her undoubted class when she dashed home to take out the Group II  Westbury Classic (1400m) in her first look at the Ellerslie track.
Widden Stud had the honour of offering the half-sister by Star Witness to Melbourne Cup winner Vow and Declare at the Magic Millions on Thursday for her owners Paul Lanskey and Helga Hueston and got a great result when she fetched $320,000.
Fiorente’s Group II Autumn Stakes winner and Group 1 Australian Guineas runner-up Beauty Legacy made the best possible start to his career in his adopted homeland with an impressive victory in the Class II Broadwood Handicap (1400m) at Sha Tin on Sunday.
Throughout January, Victoria’s Sun Stud will be supporting those affected by the devastating bushfires by donating $1,000 for every winner by a Sun Bloodstock owned horse, plus $200 for every winner sired by a stallion on the Sun Stud roster.
The Tony Pike-trained Not Ideal indicated he has a promising future ahead of him after he maintained his winning ways at Tauranga.
Robbie Griffiths has not been in the best of health in recent times but if he needed a pick-me-up he found it with his homebred Magnus gelding Halvorsen who had the honour of being the first stakes-winner in Australia in 2020 when he powered to victory in the Group III Standish Handicap (1200m) at Flemington.
Tough-as-teak Nicconi 6yo gelding Niccanova carried his top weight of 59kgs to an all the way win in Saturday’s Listed Bernborough Handicap (1600m) at Eagle Farm.
Magic Millions yearling images are now being uploaded and one of the fiirst to grab our interest is the half-sister to this year's Melbourne Cup hero Vow and Declare.
It was an action packed juvenile maiden at Rosehill on Wednesday with race favourite Blondeau appearing set for victory before Star Witness colt Aim unleashed a sizzling burst to claim an eye-catching debut victory.
Winner of the Group III BRC Fred Best Classic at three, talented six year-old Nicconi gelding Niccanova recaptured top form when winning the Listed BRC Brisbane Stakes at Doomben on Saturday.
Despite being pensioned at Sun Stud earlier this year, the final chapter on the career of Statue Of Liberty (USA) is still to be written.
Nature Strip won a lot of new friends with his fighting fourth in The Everest and everyone is aware of his love for the straight but nothing could prepare for the performance of the glorious looking son of Nicconi in Saturday’s $2 million Group 1 Darley Sprint Classic (1200m) at Flemington.
If Australian Bloodstock was disappointed with the performance of their colour-bearer Mustajeer (GB) in the Melbourne Cup it didn’t take long to bounce back with the Bel Esprit gelding Tactical Advantage breaking a run of outs in the Listed MSS Security Sprint (1200m) at Flemington.
Sun Stud’s Magnus started the Melbourne Cup Carnival at Flemington on a winning note when his progressive sprinter Kemalpasa made light of the wet conditions to score a stylish win in the Group II VRC Linlithgow Stakes (1200m), a race won by his sire back in 2006 when it was known as The Age Classic.