Blue Gum Farm

659 Euroa-Strathbogie Road
Euroa 3666 VIC
+61 3 5795 3331

Stallions standing at Blue Gum Farm

Manhattan Rain
Manhattan Rain service fee is $11,000
Latest winner: Southern Front
Turffontein service fee is $5,500
Latest winner: Moving Day

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The Scott Brunton-trained Mandela Effect had a long and fruitful campaign in Victoria last year, which began with a win at Bendigo in March and culminated with a defeat of Ranier at Flemington on Mackinnon Stakes day on November 19.
Last start Sale Cup winner Gold Fields gave popular jockey Stephen Baster a fitting finale to his riding career when battling on bravely to nose out Mr Exclusive in Saturday’s $160,000 Group III Ladbrokes Sandown Stakes at Sandown.
Blue Gum Farm has stood Golden Slipper producing sire Manhattan Rain for the past three seasons and Phillip Campbell is on a mission is to resurrect the stallion’s name ahead of the 2020 yearling sales which will see his first Victorian bred offspring enter the sale ring.
Queensland-based owners Gordon and Marlene McIntosh continue to live the dream with their bargain basement purchase Widgee Turf as the crowd favourite is fast-closing in on a million dollars in earnings following his second stakes win in Saturday’s Listed March Stakes at Flemington.
For the best part of eight months Princess Posh did not have a break longer than five weeks between starts, so the 14 weeks from her second to Cool Passion in the Group III Hong Kong Jockey Club Stakes at Flemington last November to her unplaced effort when resuming in the Group II Triscay Stakes at Randwick on February 16 was among the longest breaks in her 26-start career.
By Manhattan Rain from a daughter of his half-brother Redoute's Choice, Jamaican Rain certainly has an interesting pedigree and claimed her first Graded win when taking out the Group III MRC Mannerism Stakes at Caulfield on Saturday.
Champion trainer Darren Weir has better horses in his stable than Cliff’s Edge but few with a bigger heart.
Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott turned back the international challenge in Wednesday’s $350,000 Group III Bet365 Geelong Cup (2400m) as the front-running Runaway held the challenge of his stablemate Northwest Passage.
Sixth in the race 12 months ago, Princess Posh made amends in Friday’s Group III Yarraman Park Tibbie Stakes (1400m) at Newcastle.
There might have been 6000 kilometres between them but it was another successful weekend for the progeny of Turffontein, with Mandela Effect (pictured)winning at Caulfield and two-year-old Bold Thruster saluting Singapore.
Nine years ago, a filly by Charge Forward out of the Marscay mare Our Farm Girl, sold for $25,000 at the Inglis Premier Yearling Sale.
Canford Cliffs (IRE) three year-old Cliff’s Edge predictably made all the running to win Friday night’s Group II MVRC Alister Clark Stakes (2040m) at Moonee Valley.
The Group III Three Troikas Stakes at Turffontein in south Africa produced a quinella for Aussie breds with Canford Cliffs (IRE) filly Fish River leading home San Femin, a daughter of Charge Forward.
As a three-quarter brother to a pair of Oaks winners, it’s no surprise the Group I ATC Spring Champion Stakes is on the agenda for promising three year-old Runaway, who broke the ice with his first win at Canterbury on Wednesday.

Recent Sales For Blue Gum Farm

2021 Great Southern Weanling Sale - Top price: $360,000
2021 Melbourne Gold Yearling Sale - Top price: $200,000
2021 Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale - Top price: $1,100,000