Swettenham Stud

2114 Northwood Road
Nagambie 3608 VIC
03 5794 2044

Stallions standing at Swettenham Stud

I Am Immortal
I Am Immortal service fee is $13,750
Latest winner: Immortal Star
Puissance De Lune
Puissance De Lune service fee is $14,300
Latest winner: Floating
Rubick service fee is $27,500
Latest winner: Dame Lilibic
Toronado service fee is $88,000
Latest winner: Moby Dick
Wooded service fee is $22,000

Latest News

Multiple stakes winning 2YO and autumn Group One sprint contender, I AM IMMORTAL, will stand at Victoria’s Swettenham Stud in 2020.
The leading Australian second crop sire by earnings, Rubick posted a winning double at Wyong on Sunday with two smart three year-old winners in Designated and Turnstyle .
Tasmanian filly Still A Star provided Toronado (IRE) with his second stakes win in Australia when the three-year-old scored a five length victory in the Launceston Guineas (21000) on Saturday.
Despite being caught wide for the majority of the trip, the three-year-old Toronado (IRE) filly Still A Star proved a class above in Saturday’s Listed Kevin Sharkie Launceston Guineas (2100).
The colours of astute syndicator Joe O’Neill’s Prime Thoroughbreds were carried to victory in impressive fashion at Flemington on Saturday by progressive Rubick filly Rubisaki, whose half-brother will be offered by Edinburgh Park at Magic Millions on Sunday.
Fresh from siring a metropolitan winning double on Wednesday with Masked Crusader and Mrs Beckham, Toronado (IRE) was quick to follow up with another double at Warrnambool.
An early start to the Wednesday meeting at Caulfield has produced a race to race double for Swettenham Stud’s promising young sire Toronado (IRE).
The colours of astute syndicator Joe O’Neill’s Prime Thoroughbreds were carried to victory in impressive fashion at Moonee Valley on Saturday by progressive Rubick filly Rubisaki, who was having her first run back from a good spell.
Statistics released by Weatherbys this week reveal the busiest thoroughbred sires in Britain and Ireland this year and while jumps sires fill the first four places on the list, the most popular flat sire is a first season horse that has shuttled to Victoria this spring in Sioux Nation (USA).
His name is Sioux Nation and he’s a stallion that promises to bring so many different layers to the Victoria breeding industry.
Rubick might have been making news this week thanks to his Everest winning son Yes Yes Yes, but he was quickly back into the winner’s circle at Moonee Valley on Friday night when promising three year-old Ruuca saluted for Gold Coast trainer Toby Edmonds.
I have loved racing and horses all my life with the first Tuesday in November being a day seen as not far short of Christmas, but the times are changing and while the Melbourne Cup has history and tradition on its side, the future belongs to The Everest.
Yes Yes Yes emerged as one of the world's hottest stallion prospects with a record breaking win in Saturday's $14 million The Everest (1200m) at Randwick making his half-brother a pedigree standout for the MM Gold Coast 2020 Yearling Sale..
The world’s richest race on turf, the $14million Everest (1200m) at Randwick on Saturday proved a triumph for Coolmore, who part own the winner Yes Yes Yes and also stand his sire Rubick, the heir apparent to Coolmore’s much missed champion sire Encosta de Lago.
Chris Waller Racing has announced the Group I-placed Rubick colt Yes Yes Yes as it's representative after he was forced to replace Enticing Star after she failed in her return to racing in the Group II ATC Golden Pendant Stakes last month and was retired.
Swettenham Stud's progressive young sire Puissance de Lune (IRE) posted his first stakes-winner when Moonlight Maid won the Group II VRC Edward Manifold Stakes at Flemington last Saturday and he sired another promising winner with classic aspirations on Tuesday in Southern Moon.
Back on Wednesday, September 11 at Bendigo many would have black-booked two three-year-olds by Puissance de Lune (IRL) and trained by Mitchell Freedman.
Talented Rubick gelding Erno overcame a very heavy track at Warwick Farm on Wednesday to post his third win and first for the new season.
The success of sire sons of High Chaparral was highlighted in Australia last weekend with Group victories for Quick Thinker (So You Think) and Super Seth (Dundeel), while Swettenham Stud shuttler Toronado (IRE) chimed with a new stakes-winner in Germany on Sunday where Wasmya scored an impressive Black Type win.
After a solid win on the Pakenham Synthetic three weeks back, Greg Eurell's Toronado (IRE) filly Sassy Salitage was heavily backed to keep her record perfect at Moonee Valley on Saturday and she did it in the style of a filly with a future.

Recent Sales For Swettenham Stud

2023 Chairman's Sale - Top price: $280,000