Kia Ora Stallions

Kia Ora Stallions

Kia Ora's stallion roster features a trio of high-class juveniles, including Champion 2YO Golden Slipper winner Farnan, G1 Champagne Stakes winner Captivant and Prague, a multiple 2YO Group winning son of Redoute's Choice.

Allan Bridge Road , Scone, NSW, 2337
+61 (0) 2 6543 7105
Belle Howard - Nomination Sales
0401 485 584
Shane Wright - Bloodstock and Breeding Manager
0401 406 120

Stallions standing at Kia Ora Stallions


Captivant service fee for 2023 is $27,500

3rd season at stud


Farnan service fee for 2023 is $55,000

4th season at stud


Prague service fee for 2023 is $16,500

4th season at stud

Latest News

An inside barrier and an ice-cool ride by James McDonald paved the way for the Peter and Paul Snowden-trained Captivant to earn a well deserved Group 1 success in Saturday's $500,000 Moet & Chandon Champagne Stakes (1600m) at Randwick.
A scan through of Breednet’s industry-leading results section it’s clear that the cream rose to the top on Golden Slipper day at Rosehill Gardens.
Strawberry Hill owner John Singleton had very few reasons to regret shelling out $30,000 at the 2008 Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale for a Street Cry (IRE) filly he named Tallow, but he may have a few sleepless nights after selling her for $250,000 at the National Broodmare Sale nine years later.
Aquis Farm and Phoenix Thoroughbreds high-priced Redoute’s Choice colt Prague bounced back from a disappointing sixth in the Group II Skyline Stakes at Randwick to book his ticket for next weeks Golden Slipper following his dominant win in Saturday’s Group III Bowermans Pago Pago Stakes (1200m) at Randwick.
Not A Single doubt colt Farnan cemented his place at the top of Golden Slipper markets with another impressive victory in the Gr2 Todman Stakes at Rosehill.
Golden Slipper betting was thrown into turmoil after the Group II ATC Silver Slipper (1100m) at Rosehill on Saturday with race favourite Cellsabeel failing to fire, while Magic Millions flop Farnan unleashed a brilliant return to form.
A big result for Aquis Farm in Saturday’s Group III  Iron Jack Canonbury Stakes (1100m) at Randwick with the stud’s colours carried by the winner, the $1,600,000 Redoute’s Choice colt Prague and the runner-up, the Breeders’ Plate winner Global Quest.
A facile winner at his career debut at Canberra over three weeks back, Aquis Farm and Phoenix Thoroughbred’s Not A Single Doubt colt Farnan will head to the Gold Coast with a favourites chance following a dominant performance in Thursday’s $200,000 Magic Millions Wyong 2yo Classic (1100m).