Aquis Canungra Qld

Gate 6, 2563 Beaudesert-Nerang Road
Canungra 4275 QLD
+61 7 5543 4732

Stallions standing at Aquis Canungra Qld

Bellevue Hill
Bellevue Hill service fee is $6,600
Brave Smash
Brave Smash service fee is $16,500
Divine Prophet
Divine Prophet service fee is $16,500
Latest winner: Forever Autumn
Dubious service fee is $13,200
Duporth service fee is $4,400
Latest winner: Rapidity
Husson service fee is $4,400
Latest winner: Destiny's Son
Invader service fee is $22,000
Jukebox service fee is $8,800
Kiss And Make Up
Kiss And Make Up service fee is $8,800
Latest winner: Miss Mecca
Kobayashi service fee is $3,300
Lean Mean Machine
Lean Mean Machine service fee is $13,200
Performer service fee is $6,600
Pierata service fee is $44,000
Santos service fee is $13,200
Spieth service fee is $8,800
The Mission
The Mission service fee is $8,800

Latest News

Aquis Farm are offering a bonus payment scheme for buyers that secure yearlings at Magic Millions by their first crop sires Divine Prophet and Kiss and Make Up.
Next cab off the rank in our Magic Millions First Season Sire Gallery is Aquis Farm’s Caulfield Guineas winner Divine Prophet.
Central Districts stayer Duplicity showed he is ready to go one better in next Saturday’s Gr.3 Christchurch Casino New Zealand Cup (3200m) when he ground out a tough victory in the traditional lead-up event, the Listed Redwood Metropolitan Trophy Handicap (2500m).
Top class sprinter Pierata rebounded from an unlucky fifth in the $14million The Everest last month to score a stylish length victory in the inaugural $1million ATC Redzel Stakes (1300m).
Aquis Farm has confirmed they have acquired a controlling interest in the Gr1 All Aged Stakes winner and The Everest favourite Pierata to stand the 2020 stud season at Aquis Farm in the Hunter Valley.
The epitome of juvenile speed, Snitzel’s unbeaten two-year-old Jukebox retired to Aquis for the 2018 breeding season, and with his first foals arriving on the ground this season, the Aquis team could not be happier with the outstanding quality they’re seeing.
With the foaling season in full swing, the team at Aquis have five stallions with their first crop foals due this season, and we are delighted to have already foaled down a stunning colt by Group I winner Invader.
I Am Invincible has already made a great start to his career as a sire of sires through Brazen Beau and this season we will see more foals from some of his up and coming sire sons including Aquis Farm’s Kobayashi.
Seymour Bloodstock's Darren Thomas has made the forward planning decision to partner with Aquis and take a significant share in new stallion Performer, a son of Exceed And Excel which he bred and watched achieve $450,000 as a yearling at the Magic Millions Yearling Sale.
Kevin and Julie Taylor of Koru Thoroughbreds sent two mares to Aquis Farm stallion Divine Prophet two years ago, and the results of those matings returned a healthy profit for them at Karaka on Friday.
Aquis Farm has secured recent Group 1 $1 Million Manikato Stakes (1200m) winner Brave Smash to join its ever-growing stallion roster.
One thing breeders agreed on last spring was that Aquis Farm’s Divine Prophet was the best looking first season stallion to stand in the Hunter Valley.
Spieth, the fastest son of the late Champion Sire Thorn Park is preparing to enter his first season at stud at Aquis Farm in the Hunter Valley.
Group I jockey and now successful trainer Chris Munce had won the Grafton Cup twice before as a jockey and won it for a third time on Thursday as a trainer when First Crush scored a determined victory in the $160,000 Listed staying test.
Sweet Orange (USA) has returned to New Zealand to resume his stallion career at Highview.
Each year much thought goes into deciding what stallion to send your mare to, but when that mare is the dam of a Cox Plate winner and is in her twilight years then the decision becomes all the more important.
Aquis Farm have today announced a $1million bonus for breeders sending mares to their new Group I winning sire The Mission this spring.
Aquis, in response to its Queensland breeders, have secured a stallion that has the speed and commerciality that all Australian breeders are looking for, but also a stallion that will complement the bloodlines that are prevalent in the Queensland broodmare population.
Spieth the sprinting sensation by the ill-fated Champion Sire Thorn Park, who missed taking out the Group I  Newmarket Handicap and Group I Darley Classic by the narrowest of margins, has been retired to stand at Aquis in the Hunter Valley for the upcoming breeding season.
Kiss and Make Up, out of the Champion 2YO Fashions Afield, will stand the 2018 season at Aquis’ Queensland base having served over 100 mares at Aquis, Hunter Valley, last spring, in what was his first season at stud.