Swettenham Stud

P.O. Box 210 Nagambie
Nagambie 3608 VIC
03 5794 2044

Stallions standing at Swettenham Stud

Akeed Mofeed
Akeed Mofeed service fee is $16,500
Latest winner: Annihilator
Highland Reel
Highland Reel service fee is $16,500
I Am Immortal
I Am Immortal service fee is $13,750
Puissance De Lune
Puissance De Lune service fee is $19,800
Latest winner: Soleil De Lune
Toronado service fee is $27,500
Latest winner: Fender
Trust In A Gust
Trust In A Gust service fee is $6,600

Latest News

Multiple stakes winning 2YO and autumn Group One sprint contender, I AM IMMORTAL, will stand at Victoria’s Swettenham Stud in 2020.
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).
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).
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.
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.
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.
Assertive Approach lost his unbeaten record at his previous start at Flemington but he was back in the winner's circle on Saturday when leading at every call under Dwayne Dunn in the Listed Carlyon Stakes at Moonee Valley.
It’s somewhat fitting that Saturday’s Listed TAB Lightning Stakes winner, Assertive Approach, is out of a mare called Arrival.
We have been keen supporters of the Dubawi stallion Akeed Mofeed (GB) since his first crop hit the tracks last season but had to wait until the closing weeks of this season for Swettenham Stud's new recruit to put a stakes winner on the board.
Mrs Bouquet has highlighted the toughness of the Toronado stock with two wins in four days in the UK.
The end of the season is coming fast but there are still plenty of two year-olds getting ready to race and we saw 10 juvenile heats at Randwick on Friday with winners including a colt that has the distinction of being the most expensive first crop yearling in Australia for Swettenham Stud’s promising young High Chaparral son Toronado (IRE).
One of the emerging sirelines highlighted in Breednet’s analysis of Australian G1 races this season is that of High Chaparral (IRE), whose sire sons Dundeel and So You Think both posted Group I winners this season and it’s not hard to think Swettenham Stud’s Toronado (IRE) could emulate their success.
Swettenham Stud's promising young shuttle sire Toronado (IRE) featured overnight in France siring his second stakes-winner when talented three year-old filly Stone Toronado won the Listed Prix La Sorellina at La Teste De Buch.
Making her career debut, the Mitchell Freedman-trained filly Moonlight Maid made light of a heavy track and a three-wide trip to dominate a 2-Y-O Fillies Maiden Plate (1250m) at Geelong on Friday and credit Swettenham Stud’s Puissance de Lune (IRL) with his first winner.
A milestone for Swettenham Stud’s young shuttler Toronado (IRE) in France on Saturday when the Jean-Claude Rouget-trained Taos came with a barnstorming finish from last on the turn to win the Listed Derby du Midi (1900m) at Bordeaux Le Bouscat to credit his sire with his first stakes-winner.

Recent Sales For Swettenham Stud

2020 Australian Broodmare Sale - Top price: $17,000
2019 National Broodmare Sale - Top price: $180,000