Arrowfield Stud

Gundy Rd
Scone 2337 NSW
(02) 9909 5555
(02) 6545 3999

Stallions standing at Arrowfield Stud

Admire Mars
Admire Mars service fee is $22,000
Castelvecchio service fee is $27,500
Dundeel service fee is $82,500
Latest winner: A Deel Of Humour
Hitotsu service fee is $22,000
Maurice service fee is $82,500
Latest winner: Midori Giant
Showtime service fee is $16,500
Latest winner: Motiontime
Snitzel service fee is $247,500
Latest winner: Lumber Dream
The Autumn Sun
The Autumn Sun service fee is $66,000
Latest winner: Private Legacy

Latest News

Corumbene Stud's George Altomonte was impressed enough by Julius Sandhu's handing of Group II MRC Rubiton Stakes winner Lofty Strike to entrust the Cranbourne-based trainer with the full-sister Excess and was rewarded with a debut win at Cranbourne on Thursday.
Triple Group 1 winner Hitotsu (Maurice-Love is Fickle by Redoute’s Choice) will join the Arrowfield Stud roster this Spring, standing at a fee of $22,000 inc. GST.
Widely regarded as the most open Golden Slipper for years, the $5million high octane dash at Rosehill on Saturday delivered drama and delight as champion trainer Chris Waller collected his first Golden Slipper trophy with a homebred colt for Coolmore trained to the minute.
A filly out of the Group 1 MRC Thousand Guineas winner Stay With Me set a new benchmark for Dundeel when selling to Hawkes Racing for $1,700,000.
Snitzel hit another home run when Arrowfield Stud’s filly from the Group 1 Willian Reid Stakes winner Silent Sedition set a new benchmark for a filly when knocked down to Hawkes Racing for $2,200,000.
Champion stallion Snitzel is rocking the Inglis sales ring.
Not for the first time, the Hitosu story is as much about his trainers as it is about the son of Maurice (JPN), who added Saturday's $2,000,000 Group 1 ATC Bentley Australian Derby (2400m) to his burgeoning record.
While connections celebrated an outstanding return to racing with the Victoria Derby winner Hitotsu in the $1,000,000 Australian Guineas at Flemington, it was back to the drawing board for Spring Champion Stakes hero Profondo who never looked happy in his Victorian debut.
He did not have a traditional derby preparation, and he needed to overcome several obstacles in the run. Still, the Ciaron Maher and David Eustace-trained Hitotsu left no one in doubt that he was the best horse in Saturday's $2,000,000 Group 1 Penfolds Victoria Derby (2500m) at Flemington.
With his first crop, Maurice (JPN) clocked in a more than respectable seventh on last season's leading first season sire table, but unlike those in front of him, he did not have a stakes-winner.
Luke Currie won a second The Star Gold Coast Magic Millions 2YO Classic (1200m) in three years when emerging filly Away Game stunned her rivals in Saturday’s $2 million contest at the Gold Coast.
Scoring her first win at Vaal in South Africa on Tuesday was three year-old Snitzel filly Masaaqaat, a $1million Inglis Easter purchase from the Willow Park draft for Shadwell.
Ciaron Maher and David Eustace took the weraps off this $1.6million Snitzel colt for the first time on New Year’s Eve and got the perfect result.
The $900,000 Snitzel colt Battleground could not quite get the job done on debut when a luckless second in a 3yo colts and geldings maiden over 1200 metres at Canterbury on Friday but two races later the $1,100,000 Snitzel filly Arousal broke her maiden with some authority.
The broodmare paddock is beckoning Xpression, but one final Group One tilt remains in the offing for the daughter of Showcasing.
The six-year-old Snitzel gelding Spending To Win earned a maiden stakes win when leading all the way in Saturday’s Listed Starlight Stakes (1100m) at Rosehill, which would have been welcomed at Willow Park Stud, who will consign his half-sister by the Golden Slipper winner Capitalist at the Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale in January.
By the leading sire for the past three seasons, out of a stakes-winning daughter of a leading broodmare sire who is herself a half-sister to one of the most charismatic champions of modern times, this week’s Best On Breeding picks himself.
Peter and Paul Snowden are flying under the radar with some high profile two year-olds that all stepped out at the Gosford trials on Wednesday morning with the four juvenile heats all won by horses from their Randwick stable sired by Snitzel (2), I Am Invincible and Written Tycoon.
Shaune Ritchie has backed his judgment once again at Karaka.
New Zealand’s Waikato Stud has secured a majority share in star three-year-old colt Super Seth, the son of emerging super stallion Dundeel.

Recent Sales For Arrowfield Stud

2024 Classic Yearling Sale - Top price: $280,000
2024 Gold Coast Yearling Sale - Top price: $1,000,000
2023 Adelaide Yearling Sale - Top price: $120,000
2023 Australian Easter Yearling Sale - Top price: $1,500,000
2023 Chairman's Sale - Top price: $1,150,000
2023 Classic Yearling Sale - Top price: $200,000
2023 Gold Coast Yearling Sale - Top price: $1,100,000