Clear Mountain Fairview Stud

122 Woodlands Road
Greenmount 4359 QLD
0403 047 685

Stallions standing at Clear Mountain Fairview Stud

Love Conquers All
Love Conquers All service fee is $5,500
Latest winner: Wapiti
Sooboog service fee is $5,500
Latest winner: Snippety Star
Worthy Cause
Worthy Cause service fee is $5,500
Latest winner: Dragon Song

Latest News

Sun Stud sires Magnus and Love Conquers All had stakes success on Saturday with Streets of Avalon winning the Group III MRC Victoria Handicap at Caulfield, while Mr Marbellouz won the Listed BRC Ascot Handicap at Doomben.
With just 15 foals in his first crop, the Fastnet Rock stallion Hvasstan has beaten many stallions with ten times that amount to the punch by siring his first winner from his first runner at Beaudesert on Monday.
I’m A Rippa passed the magical seven figures in earnings when he won the Listed Eye Liner Stakes at Ipswich back in June however the 5-year-old son of Love Conquers All is not one to rest on his laurels and he chalked up a third stakes win in Saturday’s Group III BRC George Moore Stakes at Doomben.
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Sooboog is hot off the back of an incredible first season at stud where he covered 151 high quality mares including the likes of Bella Sunday, the dam of Group 1 Golden Slipper, Blue Diamond Stakes & Sires Produce runner-up Oohood.
Rivercrest Park Stud owner Steve Hoare has purchased a share and the standing rights in stakes-winning Fastnet Rock stallion Hvasstan.
The team at Clear Mountain Fairview in Queensland are delighted to report promising Choisir stallion Worthy Cause is getting his mares in foal with his early coverings testing positive at 45 days including the dam of a stakes-winner.
Top class mare Savanna Amour made it back to back Group wins at Caulfield on Saturday when taking out the Group II MRC Ladbrokes Odds Boost Stakes, her dam Savanna La Mar a confirmed booking to visit Newgate Farm’s brilliant Group I winning sprinter Flying Artie this spring.
One of a handful of Australian bred stallions to achieve global success in both hemispheres, Choisir has sired 84 stakes-winners and left the winners of over $100million worldwide with his sons now standing at some of the best farms in the country.