Darley NSW

Rouchel Road
Aberdeen 2336 NSW
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Stallions standing at Darley NSW

Astern service fee is $16,500
Latest winner: Pole Position
Bivouac service fee is $66,000
Epaulette service fee is $16,500
Latest winner: Mr Cashman
Exceed And Excel
Exceed And Excel service fee is $132,000
Latest winner: Pounding
Harry Angel
Harry Angel service fee is $16,500
Lonhro service fee is $66,000
Latest winner: Siren Rock
Microphone service fee is $38,500
Shooting To Win
Shooting To Win service fee is $11,000
Latest winner: Bella Broadway
Street Boss
Street Boss service fee is $55,000
Latest winner: Duke Of Buckingham
Territories service fee is $11,000
Latest winner: Border Force
Too Darn Hot
Too Darn Hot service fee is $44,000

Latest News

Kementari likes to space his wins nowadays, but the striking near-black son of Lonhro relished the four-horse war in the Group II Gilgai Stakes at Flemington.
The celebrations started early at Westbury Stud on Saturday when Stormy claimed the Group II Wakefield Challenge at Trentham to become the first stakes-winner for Telperion. However, the celebrations were no less muted at Ascot when Telperion's often-maligned, but much-loved, half-brother Kementari stormed home to win the Group III A J Scahill Stakes.
Bivouac and Nature Strip faced off in Saturday’s $1,500,000 Group 1 Darley Sprint Classic (1200m) with the title of Australia’s champion short-course sprinter down the straight on the line.
The Rosehill meeting on Saturday features some top class racing and the return of charismatic Lonhro five year-old Kementari, who bowed out of racing as a stallion last March and returns as a gelding.
Sixteen year’s after Exceed And Excel captured the Group 1 Newmarket Handicap (1200m) down the straight at Flemington, his top-class son Bivouac equalled the feat and what a performance it was.
Last seasons Champion two-year-old Microphone opened his three-year-old account when running down Banquo in the final few strides of Saturday’s $200,000 Group II Hyland Race Colour Autumn Stakes (1400m) at Caulfield.
Godolphin’s Street Boss (USA) colt Valaquenta burst into Blue Diamond reckoning when making a winning debut at Moonee Valley on Friday but that proved little more than the entre for the Street Boss colt Hanseatic who recorded an emphatic win in Saturday’s Listed Neds Blue Diamond Preview (c&g) at Caulfield.
Darley shuttler Harry Angel (IRE), a Champion 3YO Sprinter by Dark Angel, has produced his first foal in the Northern Hemisphere after spending last spring in Australia.
Placed behind subsequent Melbourne Cup heroine Empire Rose in the New Zealand Oaks, Eau D'Etoile (Sir Tristram) became that rarest of broodmares with three Group 1 winners and a Listed stakes-winner to her credit on the way to earning Broodmare Of The Year status and that should have been her crowning achievement.
Turning 20 this year, Darley’s champion sire Exceed and Excel has just finished a super successful Magic Millions Sale that saw him with 24 yearlings average $398,542 to be the third leading sire by average and in South Africa on Saturday he posted a 15th Group I winner.
An emotional Ian Smith watched on as bidding reached $1 million for Edinburgh Stud’s stunning Exceed And Excel colt out of the Smoke Glacken mare Smokin’ Alice (USA) to set a new benchmark for the stud.
A protracted bidding duel marked the sale of Lot 640, a powerhouse colt by Exceed and Excel from dual Group I winning sprinter Platelet with Hawkes Racing prevailing over a persistent Coolmore.
The session topper for the first day of Magic Millions on Wednesday arrived late in proceedings with an Exceed and Excel colt from intriguing Frankel mare Dream in Colour (GB) selling for $1.1million to the bid of Coolmore’s Tom Magnier.
When Darley sent Group I winning Redoute’s Choice mare Anamato to the Northern Hemisphere to start her stud career, they probably had high hopes of success, but after producing one stakes-winner from four foals, she is now back in Australia and had a winner on Tuesday.
Five heats for juveniles at the Rosehill trials on Monday included  some eye-catching winners including Godolphin’s Lonhro colt Beyliks, who was placed in the Group III ATC Breeders Plate.
Dashing grey sprinter Big Party scored a commanding victory in the Group III Bauhinia Sprint Trophy (1000m) at Sha Tin on Sunday bringing a huge pedigree update for his full brother that will be offered at Magic Millions 2020.
Darley Stud’s Epaulette can sure get a runner and you don’t have to pay a million dollars for them, which makes him very attractive for syndicators like Prime Thoroughbreds Joe O’Neil.
Godolphin’s Exceed And Excel gelding Isaurian has an unblemished first up record and he made it five from five with a dominant performance in Saturday’s Listed Magic Millions Falvelon Quality at Eagle Farm and earning himself a wild card entry into the Magic Millions Snippets at the Gold Coast on January 11.
Exciting prospect Mascarpone sent a clear message to his age group rivals that he will be a force to be reckoned with in any of the upcoming three-year-old features after he stormed to victory over 1400m at Awapuni on Saturday.
A Sunday meeting at Bendigo in December is possibly not the most obvious place to spot a future stakes-winner or two but there was plenty to like in the three two-year-old fillies, all making their racetrack debut, that filled the places in the 1000 metre opener.