Sun Stud Victoria

Mt Eliza Rd
Kerrie 3434 VIC
03 5428 5168

Stallions standing at Sun Stud Victoria

Bel Esprit
Bel Esprit service fee is $7,700
Latest winner: Socialising
Fighting Sun
Fighting Sun service fee is $7,700
Latest winner: No New Tricks
Fiorente
Fiorente service fee is $17,600
Latest winner: Fiorente's Girl
Magnus
Magnus service fee is $15,400
Latest winner: Highclass Harry
National Defense
National Defense service fee is $9,900
Palentino
Palentino service fee is $14,300
Ready For Victory
Ready For Victory service fee is $4,400
Latest winner: Macleay
Squamosa
Squamosa service fee is $4,400
Latest winner: Squami
Thronum
Thronum service fee is $7,700

Latest News

Balcairn trainers John and Karen Parsons are hoping their North Island luck holds two-fold at the Te Rapa premier meeting on Saturday week.
Outstanding southern mare Kiwi Ida showed northern racegoers a glimpse of her undoubted class when she dashed home to take out the Group II  Westbury Classic (1400m) in her first look at the Ellerslie track.
Fiorente’s Group II Autumn Stakes winner and Group 1 Australian Guineas runner-up Beauty Legacy made the best possible start to his career in his adopted homeland with an impressive victory in the Class II Broadwood Handicap (1400m) at Sha Tin on Sunday.
Throughout January, Victoria’s Sun Stud will be supporting those affected by the devastating bushfires by donating $1,000 for every winner by a Sun Bloodstock owned horse, plus $200 for every winner sired by a stallion on the Sun Stud roster.
Robbie Griffiths has not been in the best of health in recent times but if he needed a pick-me-up he found it with his homebred Magnus gelding Halvorsen who had the honour of being the first stakes-winner in Australia in 2020 when he powered to victory in the Group III Standish Handicap (1200m) at Flemington.
Despite being pensioned at Sun Stud earlier this year, the final chapter on the career of Statue Of Liberty (USA) is still to be written.
If Australian Bloodstock was disappointed with the performance of their colour-bearer Mustajeer (GB) in the Melbourne Cup it didn’t take long to bounce back with the Bel Esprit gelding Tactical Advantage breaking a run of outs in the Listed MSS Security Sprint (1200m) at Flemington.
Sun Stud’s Magnus started the Melbourne Cup Carnival at Flemington on a winning note when his progressive sprinter Kemalpasa made light of the wet conditions to score a stylish win in the Group II VRC Linlithgow Stakes (1200m), a race won by his sire back in 2006 when it was known as The Age Classic.
The Japanese-breds have been having the time of their lives in Australia of late so when Damian Lane drove A Shin Rook (JPN) through on the rails in Sunday’s $200,000 Listed Seymour Cup (1600m0 it looked a matter of here we go again but this one was destined to be a local victory.
After disappointing when unplaced in the Group 1 Toorak Handicap (1600m) at Caulfield at his most recent start, the 5yo Magnus gelding Streets Of Avalon dropped back in class and distance for Saturday’s Group III Ladbrokes Moonga Stakes (1400m) at Caulfield and it proved the winning formula.
They don’t come much more honest than the 4yo Magnus gelding Kemalpasa who took his record to seven wins from his last 10 starts when opening his stakes account in Saturday’s Listed Durbridge Stakes (1200m) at Morphettville.
Sun Stud have Tweeted their first season shuttler National Defense (IRE) has his first mare safely in foal.
Winner of the Listed Fernhill Handicap (1600m) at Randwick back in April, Sun Bloodstock's Fiorente (IRE) gelding Power Scheme carried his topweight of 60kgs to a fighting win against a talented field of three-year-olds over 1500 metres in the opener at Moonee Valley on Saturday.
Sire sons of Northern Meteor are more than making their mark and Sun Stud's Fighting Sun is right there with them after siring 10 winners from 28 runners since the start of the season.
Sun Stud’s perennial champ, Bel Esprit has again notched up 100 individual winners for the season with promising 3YO, Ashrad, leading throughout to notch up his maiden win at Wangaratta on Sunday.
Sun Stud’s Fighting Sun has been firing on all cylinders of late and he has another likely type in the Matt Cumani-trained Western Sun who opened his winning account at the second time of asking in a 2-Y-O Maiden Plate over 1200m on the Pakenham Park synthetic on Friday.
Bred and raced by industry powerhouse, Gooree Park Stud, Fighting Sun 2YO, Battle Guardian, has made a hugely impressive debut at Gosford today, winning the Ettalong Diggers Handicap over 1000m.
With three seconds from his last four starts, Malibu Style deserved a change of luck in Saturday’s Listed Vic Sprint Series Final (1200m) at Flemington but it didn’t go to plan when the seven-year-old son of Magnus missed the start.
Sun Stud’s speed source, SQUAMOSA, has notched up another stakes winner with ORDER OF COMMAND producing a, literally, command performance down the straight six at Flemington, capturing the Hilton Nicholas Stakes.
Sun Stud’s ‘Fast Stayer’ Fiorente has produced his fourth stakes winner with a gutsy performance by Andrew Noblet Racing’s 3YO filly, Moor Gait, in the Group Three TAB SA Classic over 2500m at Morphettville Racecourse on Saturday.