Arrowfield Stud

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

Stallions standing at Arrowfield Stud

Castelvecchio service fee is $33,000
Dundeel service fee is $66,000
Latest winner: Regal Riffle
Pariah service fee is $16,500
Shalaa service fee is $33,000
Latest winner: Shaquero
Showtime service fee is $11,000
Snitzel service fee is $165,000
Latest winner: More Snitzel
The Autumn Sun
The Autumn Sun service fee is $66,000
Written Tycoon
Written Tycoon service fee is $77,000
Latest winner: Meyer

Latest News

Woodside Park Stud received a nice update for the Written Tycoon colt they will be offering at the Inglis Premier Yearling Sale when his two-year-old full brother Marnix made an impressive winning career debut over 1250 metres at Geelong on Friday.
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.
Five heats for juveniles at Randwick on Thursday produced plenty of interesting winners including an expensive I Am Invincible colt carrying the China Horse Club Colours and a blue-blooded colt by Written Tycoon.
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.
Patience was a virtue for Hugh Bowman on the Written Tycoon gelding Hightail who spent the first half of Friday’s Listed Gosford Guineas (1200m) dawdling near the rear of the field before being given a wake-up at the 300 metres to chase down his stalemate Battleground.
With the $500,000 Inglis Nursery taking centre stage at Randwick on Saturday, Magic Millions contenders had to look further afield with impressive debut winners at Kembla and Morphettville no doubt harbouring dreams of a trip to the Gold Coast next month.
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.
Promising filly Amal Rose has secured a tilt at stakes level after easily accounting for her opposition in the Jeremy Pryor Sotheby’s 1400 at Tauranga on Thursday bringing a pedigree update for her full sister headed for Inglis Classic 2020.
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.
Saturday is shaping as a great day for Woodside Park’s champion sire Written Tycoon with classy mare Teleplay taking out the Group III MRC Kevin Heffernan Stakes (1300m) at Sandown,  while talented two year-old filly Tilia Rose made a winning debut at Newcastle in the $125,000 Max Lees Classic (900m).
The show rolled on for Danny O’Brien and Damien Oliver on the final day of the Flemington carnival with the high-priced Written Tycoon colt Banquo earning his first black-type win in the Listed World Horse Racing Springtime Stakes at Flemington.
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.
Following her last start win in the Listed ATC Reginald Allen Quality (1400m) at Randwick on Everest day, the million dollar Snitzel filly Akari arrived in the nick of time in the Listed Hong Kong Jockey Club Stakes (1400m) for three-year-old fillies at Flemington on Melbourne Cup day.
John Sargent has a great record with Oaks type fillies and is no doubt thinking that way with this blue-blooded Dundeel filly that broke the ice for her first win at Canberra on Friday.
Saturday’s $500,000 Inglis Banner (RL) kickstarts a wonderful day of racing on Ladbrokes Cox Plate day at Moonee Valley.

Recent Sales For Arrowfield Stud

2020 Classic Yearling Sale - Top price: $210,000
2020 Gold Coast Yearling Sale - Top price: $1,900,000
2019 Australian Easter Yearling Sale - Top price: $1,700,000
2019 Classic Yearling Sale - Top price: $250,000
2019 Gold Coast Yearling Sale - Top price: $875,000
2019 Scone Yearling Sale - Top price: $26,000