Bombora Downs

105 Myers Road
Bittern 3918 VIC
+61 3 5983 6802
0419 534 961

Stallions standing at Bombora Downs

Dandino service fee is $5,500
Latest winner: Adandiman
De Gaulle
De Gaulle service fee is $5,500
Jungle Ruler
Jungle Ruler service fee is $2,750
Latest winner: Ramu
Warhorse service fee is $4,400
Latest winner: Warlist

Latest News

A half-brother to Golden Slipper winner Estijaab, blue-blooded Exceed and Excel stallion De Gaulle has produced one of the most eye-catching foals of the season from his first small crop of foals for Quilly Park.
Dual Group One winning sprinters Exceed And Excel and Response meet.
De Gaulle – the half brother to recent Golden Slipper winner Estijaab, will stand this season at Bombora Downs on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula.
Champion New Zealand 2YO Warhorse will have his first crop yearlings on offer at the 2018 Inglis Premier Yearling Sale in Melbourne next month and they will follow on from the success of his first sales yearling that sold for $45,000 at the Tasmanian Magic Millions on Thursday.
The outstanding turn of foot shown by Dandino (GB) made him one of the best international 2400m horses of his era and a positive addition to the stallion roster at Bombora Downs where he stands his second season this spring.
After an outstanding Autumn campaign which resulted in three consecutive city wins, trainer Brad Graham now has eyes set on an ambitious Spring campaign with the promising Western Australian galloper Tonkatuff.
The success of a stallion is ultimately measured by the success of his progeny on the racetrack, albeit some three or four years after he first arrives at stud.

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