Darley Vic

Northwood Road
Seymour 3660 VIC
+61 (0)3 5735 8100

Stallions standing at Darley Vic

Blue Point
Blue Point service fee is $44,000
Latest winner: Blue Rocket
Brazen Beau
Brazen Beau service fee is $44,000
Latest winner: Bold Bastille
Earthlight
Earthlight service fee is $16,500
Ghaiyyath
Ghaiyyath service fee is $27,500
Impending
Impending service fee is $8,800
Latest winner: Fly Nice
Kermadec
Kermadec service fee is $16,500
Latest winner: Captain Fenkel
Paulele
Paulele service fee is $16,500
Street Boss
Street Boss service fee is $66,000
Latest winner: Torpedoman

Latest News

James Cummings would not commit to a start for Paulele in next week’s Everest after the son of Dawn Approach (IRE) captured the Lexus Schillaci Stakes (1100m) at Caulfield on Saturday.
Godolphin’s likeable Dawn Approach (IRE) colt Paulele loves Randwick where he is undefeated in five starts, the latest coming when leading at every call in Saturday’s Group III Petaluma Eskimo Prince Stakes (1200m).
Odd-on favourite Paulele may have earned himself Godolphin’s slot in next weeks Everest after his dominant performance in Saturday’s Group II Polytrack Roman Consul Stakes.
There may be a few hard-luck stories but take away nothing from Paulele, who carried his top-weight to a two and a half-length triumph in Saturday's Listed The Rosebud (1100m) at Randwick.
Following wins at Moonee Valley and Randwick to kick-start his career, Paulele was far from disgraced when unplaced in the Group II Silver Slipper Stakes at Rosehill and the Group II VRC Sires' Produce Stakes at Flemington.
A hugely impressive winner when on debut at Moonee Valley on November 28, Godolphin's Dawn Approach (IRE) colt Paulele made the trip to Sydney for Saturday's Precise Air Hcp (1200m) where he kept his record perfect with the minimum of fuss.
Godolphin’s Dubawi entire Ghaiyyath has been crowned as the Cartier Horse of the Year.
The generosity of a number of thoroughbred industry kingpins has led to more than $300,000 being raised for the CatWalk Spinal Cord Injury Research Trust at Karaka on Monday.
Twenty-four hours after a milestone first stakes winner in Australia with A Beautiful Night in the Blue Diamond Preview at Caulfield, Darley Stud’s one season shuttler Night Of Thunder (IRE) struck again when the Lindsay Park debutant Riverina Storm powered home from near last in an impressive debut over 1100 metres at Geelong on Sunday.
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.
The Ciaron Maher and David Eustace-trained A Beautiful Night put one on the board for Darley Stud’s one season shuttler Night of Thunder (IRL) when she finished best to down a gallant Bombay Rocket in the New Year Sprint (1000m) down the straight at Flemington.
Three heats for juveniles at the Newcastle barrier trials on Monday produced some interesting winners including the colt that topped the 2019 Inglis Classic Yearling Sale.
The powerful Godolphin team won the 2019 Magic Millions 2YO Classic with expensive Snitzel filly Exhilarates and their subsequent shopping spree at the Gold Coast may have produced a contender for 2020 in Brazen Beau colt Conceited.
The Tattersalls December Foal Sale got off to a solid start on the opening day with a colt by EL KABEIR and a filly by NIGHT OF THUNDER leading the way during a session that saw seven lots top 50,000 guineas. 
Godolphin’s Street Boss (USA) colt Hanseatic accelerated impressively from midfield to make a winning career debut in Saturday’s Listed Merson Cooper Stakes (1000m) at Sandown-Hillside.
Darley Stud’s Braze Beau is having some kind of a week.
Darley Stud’s dual Group 1 winner Brazen Beau was represented by his third stakes winner and first Group winner when the Gerald Ryan-trained gelding Colada scored an upset win in Saturday’s Group II Stan Fox Stakes (1500m) at Randwick.
Punters reasoned that a last start third behind the unbeaten Yao Dash in a maiden at Canterbury on August 28 looked good form for Colada in Wednesday’s opener over 1500 metres at Canterbury and they were on the mark.
 Darley’s 2014 Newmarket 2,000 Guineas winner Night of Thunder (IRE) shuttled to Australia for just one season in 2016, but Australian breeders may regret he has not been a more regular visitor as his burgeoning results in the Northern Hemisphere indicate the son of Dubawi may be well above average as a sire.
Ready to run two year-old sales are just around the corner and providing a great advertisement for the Inglis Ready2Race Sale at Wyong on Tuesday was impressive debut winner Street Scream, a $230,000 purchase from the sale in 2018 for his trainer Kim Waugh.