Vinery Stud

684 Segenhoe Road
Scone 2337 NSW
(02) 65438333

Stallions standing at Vinery Stud

All Too Hard
All Too Hard service fee is $27,500
Latest winner: In All His Glory
Casino Prince
Casino Prince service fee is $5,500
Latest winner: Falaeb
Exceedance
Exceedance service fee is $38,500
Headwater
Headwater service fee is $13,750
Latest winner: River Twain
Press Statement
Press Statement service fee is $13,750
Latest winner: Time Scale
Star Turn
Star Turn service fee is $16,500

Latest News

Vinery Stud’s first season stallion Headwater chalked up his second winner when the Julia Macgillivray-trained debutant Mileva led every step of the way over 1000 metres at Murray Bridge on Saturday to provide a timely update for her Nicconi half-brother heading to the Inglis Premier Yearling Sale.
Time to take a look at the yearlings by Vinery Stud’s Star Turn at Magic Millions 2020, and being by an undoubtedly precocious galloper they should be ideal Magic Millions candidates.
Vinery Stud’s All Too Hard was in hot form on Boxing Day with a stakes-winner in Australia in All Too Royal and another in South Africa where Roy’s Riviera captured the Group III Flamboyant Stakes at Greyville.
All Too Hard’s sensational three year-old Alligator Blood returned from a break at Eagle Farm on Saturday to score a dominant win in the Listed BRC Gold Edition Plate (1200m) cementing his place as a hot favourite for the $2million Magic Millions 3YO Guineas next month at the Gold Coast.
The stud fortunes of former top class Group I winning sprinter Snitzerland have taken a rapid upswing in the past month with her second foal Hard Landing winning the Group III VRC Maribyrnong Plate at Flemington and her first foal Saas Fee casting off maiden status at Warwick Farm on Wednesday, both winners sired by All Too Hard.
Vinery Stud’s All Too Hard has had a terrific start to the season churning out 50 winners including four stakes-winners with his star performer undoubtedly exciting three year-old gelding Alligator Blood, who was last seen finishing an agonizingly close second to Super Seth in the Group I MRC Caulfield Guineas.
Hong Kong trainer Dennis Yip struck early on the first day of New Zealand Bloodstock’s Ready To Run Sale of 2YOs at Karaka on Wednesday, securing lot 9, the Press Statement colt out of Karata from Riversley Park’s draft for $420,000.
The Hawkes family enjoyed a great ride with the outstanding racehorse All Too Hard and they have an emotional attachment to his daughter Amangiri who earned her first stakes win in Saturday’s $200,000 Group III Powerflo Solutions Stakes (1600m) at Moonee Valley.
Following the win of his 2yo son Global Quest in the Breeders’ Plate at Randwick on Saturday, the ageless More Than Ready (USA) struck at the highest level in the United States when the Chad Brown-trained Uni (GB) claimed the $400,000 First Lady Stakes on the turf at Keeneland in course record time.
Bottled up between runners, James McDonald was sweating on a run race favourite Global Quest and when it appeared the son of More Than Ready (USA) let down impressively to capture Saturday’s Group III Breeders’ Plate (1000m) at Randwick.
All Too Hard has made a blazing start to the season with over 30 winners headed by his unbeaten three year-old and leading Caulfield Guineas contender Alligator Blood, but one of his more interesting winners came at Gosford on Thursday when four year-old gelding Iresign opened his account.
Selflessly made a quantum leap from maiden company to become More Than Ready's 196th stakes winner in New York on Sunday.
Selflessly made a quantum leap from maiden company to become More Than Ready's 196th stakes winner in New York on Sunday.
Alligator Blood will be given his chance to emulate his sire All Too Hard in winning the Group 1 Caulfield Guineas after keeping his record at a perfect five for five in Sunday’s Group III Ladbrokes Caulfield Guineas Prelude (1400m).
John Thompson’s gallant five-year-old mare Sweet Deal earned a well-deserved maiden stakes win in Friday’s $160,000 Group III Tibbie Stakes (1400m) at Newcastle.
The Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes winner Big Brown (USA) proved a major disappointment in his four seasons at stud in Australia but he has an honest toiler in the Tony and Calvin McEvoy-trained Brown Ben who earned a second stakes success in Wednesday’s $100,000 Listed Heiniger Balaklava Cup (1600m).
Vinery Stud’s All Too Hard built on his excellent start to the new season on Saturday with his top-class son Behemoth earning a well-deserved win in the Listed Penny Edition Stakes (1400m) at Morphettville Parks, while over at Caulfield, Hawkes Racing's Dawn Dawn made the trip down from the Sydney stable count with a dominant performance in the Nitto Denko Handicap.
Vinery Stud's All Too Hard has made a great start to the new season reeling off 18 winners since August 1, but the icing on the cake would be a new stakes-winner and Queensland visitor Alligator Blood will be looking to keep his undefeated record intact this Saturday at Rosehill in the Group III ATC Ming Dynasty Quality.
A colts and geldings maiden at Scone on Tuesday has been chosen as the starting point for the three year-old half-brother to one of the most charismatic sprinters of recent times in renowned bad boy Chautauqua, so all eyes will be on this youngster just to be sure he gets out of the gates.
With 107 winners of nearly $7million in prizemoney, All Too Hard has just finished a great season and put the writing on the wall for more good results to come with a ‘One to Watch’ at Hawkesbury on Thursday.

Recent Sales For Vinery Stud

2020 Australian Broodmare Sale - Top price: $55,000
2020 Australian Weanling Sale - Top price: $34,000
2020 Chairman's Sale - Top price: $1,800,000
2020 Classic Yearling Sale - Top price: $145,000
2020 Gold Coast Yearling Sale - Top price: $500,000
2020 Scone Yearling Sale - Top price: $60,000
2019 Australian Broodmare Sale - Top price: $65,000
2019 Australian Weanling Sale - Top price: $50,000
2019 Classic Yearling Sale - Top price: $280,000
2019 Gold Coast Yearling Sale - Top price: $550,000
2019 National Broodmare Sale - Top price: $80,000
2019 National Weanling Sale - Top price: $46,000
2019 Ready 2 Race Sale - Top price: $80,000
2019 Scone Yearling Sale - Top price: $23,000