Larneuk Stud

Killenns Hill Road
Euroa 3666 VIC
03 5790 3204

Stallions standing at Larneuk Stud

Cluster service fee is $6,600
Latest winner: Spinola Bay
Endless Drama
Endless Drama service fee is $8,800
Wandjina service fee is $8,800
Latest winner: Paxos Miss
Wolf Cry
Wolf Cry service fee is $6,600
Latest winner: General Wolffe

Latest News

It’s been a good day at the office for Newgate Farm’s Wandjina, who posted a quinella in the opening race at the twilight meeting at Randwick on Friday and then added another winner at Moonee Valley in the evening.
Broodmare owners employ various criteria when it comes to stallion selection.
The Group II VRC Danehill Stakes at Flemington on Saturday produced some fine performances for several classy three year-olds including Wandjina colt Express Pass, who charged home for third to Dalasan and Dubious.
Third in a Listed race at Caulfield on debut at two, Wandjina colt Express Pass resumed from a spell at Bendigo on Friday and won like the good thing he was.
Newgate Farm’s Wandjina made a winning start to the new season with a debut winner on Friday from the powerful Lindsay Park racing team in Grand Diamond.
The Anthony Cummings-trained, Wandjina filly, Satin Rain has been on an upward trajectory since making her debut at Warwick farm back on June 12.
Two wins in as many starts has made the Kris Lees trained Wandjina filly Wandabaa a popular girl with her large group of owners put together by Australian Bloodstock.
Newgate Farm’s Wandjina has continued his impressive run of winners at the back end of the season with the Kris Lees-trained Wandabaa making the perfect start to her racetrack career at Gunnedah on Sunday.
A three-quarter brother to dual Group I winner Russian Revolution, two year-old Wandjina colt Autocratic cast off maiden status with a well-deserved win at Newcastle on Tuesday.
On the eve of the Group I VRC Australian Guineas, which he won in 2015, Wandjina has posted a promising debut winner with a tenacious front running victory for Order of Valour at Kyneton on Thursday.
The juvenile maiden at Warwick Farm on Wednesday looked a strong affair on paper with victory going to talented Wandjina colt Deep Chill, who will now be aimed towards Group I races such as the ATC Sires Produce Stakes and Champagne Stakes.
Two runners, two winners, the perfect start for Larneuk Stud's exciting young stallion Cluster.
Larneuk Stud's exciting young stallion Cluster is off and rolling with his very first runner - the promising Gee Gees Darl - recording such a gutsy victory at her Hobart debut last weekend.
A ground-saving ride by Craig Newitt paved the way for Gee Gees Darl to make a winning career debut in a 1000 metre maiden at Hobart on Saturday to credit Laurnek Stud’s first season sire Cluster (Fastnet Rock) with his first winner from his first runner.
Snitzel’s Group I winning son Wandjina sired his first stakes horse at Flemington on Saturday with the Tony McEvoy trained colt Grand Scholar showing good potential with a brave third in the Listed VRC Maribyrnong Trial.
The HTBA Scone Yearling Sale entered uncharted territory today as three horses sold for $100,000 or more for the first time in its history.
The first Cluster to make her way through the sales ring looks set to race with a variation of "Gee Gee" in her name after being purchased by successful owners Paul and Elizabeth Geard at Thursday's Tasmanian Magic Millions.
The strength of Wolf Cry's pedigree has been highlighted by spring carnival results, Larneuk Stud's exciting first season stallion hailing from a flourishing sire line and an in-form family.
What do Wolf Cry and Winx have in common?.
Sadly for Australian breeders, the mighty stallion Street Cry (IRE) is no longer with us, but we do have the legacy of his exceptional daughter Winx and a number of his sire sons including blue-blooded Wolf Cry, who makes his debut at Larneuk Stud this spring.