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
Brazen Beau
Brazen Beau service fee is $49,500
Latest winner: Beau Night
Earthlight service fee is $22,000
Frosted service fee is $44,000
Latest winner: Lord Paramount
Ghaiyyath service fee is $27,500
Holler service fee is $7,700
Latest winner: Speed Map
Impending service fee is $22,000
Kermadec service fee is $11,000
Latest winner: Cordyceps Two
Sepoy service fee is $4,400
Latest winner: Lord Percy

Latest News

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.
Stunning grey Darley shuttler Frosted (USA) lit up sale rings in North America last year with his first crop and did the same at the Gold Coast on Thursday when his filly from Fast Fleet fetched $650,000 to the bid of Spendthrift Farm.
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. 
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.
Multiple G1-winning mare Alizee is to run in Godolphin’s The Everest slot with Bivouac to be kept to races against his own age in the immediate future.
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.
Striking chestnut Pandemic added his name to Godolphin’s bottomless pit of top-class three-year-olds with a brilliant display to win a 3&4YO BM 70 HCP over 1100 metres on the Kensington track at Randwick on Saturday.
A fresh Alizee opened her five-year-old campaign with a win in Saturday’s Group II Missile Stakes (1100m) at Rosehill although supporters that backed her into odds-on favouritism were made to sweat in the closing stages.
Talented grey Godolphin blue-blood Subedar is a descendant of the mighty mare Emancipation and kept his unbeaten record intact at his first metropolitan outing when saluting at Rosehill on Saturday.
Just arrived back at Darley Victoria for his third Australian season, Tapit’s Group I winning son Frosted (USA) proved popular at the Saratoga August Yearling Sale during the first session with four yearlings averaging $US346,250 ($A512,238).
Golden Slipper winning sire Sepoy has delivered his second blue-blooded two year-old winner this week for Godolphin at Kembla on Thursday.
Godolphin have had a phenomenally successful season with their two year-olds and added another juvenile winner to the tally on Tuesday with a debut win at Wyong for the half-brother to Group I MRC Blue Diamond Stakes winner Earthquake.
Sun Stud celebrated a big win in Sunday’s $1 million Group 1 Singapore Derby (1800m) with a surprise victory for Sepoy gelding Sun Marshal trained by Lee Freedman.