Woodside Park

95 Central Road
Tylden 3444 VIC
03 5424 8166

Stallions standing at Woodside Park

Foxwedge service fee is $11,000
Latest winner: Chompers
Rich Enuff
Rich Enuff service fee is $8,800
Latest winner: Self Sufficient
Tosen Stardom
Tosen Stardom service fee is $7,700

Latest News

Volpe Veloce gave trainer Graham Richardson one of his biggest moments in racing when she won the Gr.1 Railway (1200m) two years ago and he is hoping to finish her career on a similar high.
With the Melbourne Spring Carnival in full flight, the Japanese raiders have impressed, by dominating the first two legs of one of Australian racing’s most celebrated G1 doubles and claiming two further G1 scalps through Fierce Impact.
The vagaries of thoroughbred racehorse breeding never fail to fascinate.
Quality Foxwedge mare Into the Abyss has been taking on tough Black Type races since resuming from a spell and dropped back to midweek grade at Warwick Farm on Monday was able to return to winning form with a powerful victory under 60kg.
A new addition to Woodside Park in Victoria this spring, Foxwedge showed his class over a big weekend of racing producing Group performers at three successive meetings starting last Friday night at Moonee Valley where up and coming three year-old filly Villami ran a terrific race at her first outing away from Sydney.
Like their sire, when Tosen Stardom ((Jpn)  dropped from the sky in his emphatic G1 Emirates Stakes victory, Tosen Stardom’s first foals have also dropped and are now creating their own hype.
Champion Victorian sire Written Tycoon has a number of brilliant sons now at stud, but the first to retire was Rich Enuff and the Woodside Park based sire produced an impressive trial winner at Toowoomba on Tuesday morning.
Group One winner Volpe Veloce will have the opportunity to continue an impressive streak when she lines-up in the Group II  Theo Marks Stakes (1300m) at Rosehill on Saturday.
Talented Foxwedge mare Foxy Housewife has always threatened to win a Black Type race and the six year-old made the quantum leap at Wyong on Friday when taking out a hugely competitive $140,000 Listed Mona Lisa Stakes.
Invincible Spirit’s high class son Cable Bay (IRE) has been busy churning out winners in the Northern Hemisphere this year posting his 16th winner overnight with a tenacious victory for Belle Anglaise at Brighton in the UK.
Woodside Park’s new addition Foxwedge has a strong hand coming into this weekend with many of his star fillies and mares set to resume from winter spells on Saturday.
As you come into spring the most important thing for any sire is to have runners that can provide the opportunity for them to do well and for that to happen you need irons in the fire.
The Southern Hemisphere shareholders and UK partners of the promising first season sire Cable Bay, have agreed that the horse will travel to Australia for the 2019 breeding season.
Exciting young sire Cable Bay (IRE) is not certain to shuttle to Woodside Park Stud in Victoria this spring, but he’s going great guns in Europe and featured overnight when his quality filly Liberty Beach won the Group III Molecombe Stakes at Goodwood.
Woodside Park shuttler Cable Bay IRE) has made a bright start to his stud career in the UK siring 13 first crop winners this year including stakes-winner Liberty Beach, but his trip to Australia is now in doubt.
New to Victoria this spring, Foxwedge has had 18 winners since the start of the month adding another juvenile winner to the tally at Pakenham on Tuesday with an easy victory for the Greg Eurell trained Hezafox.
Relocated to Woodside Park Stud in Victoria, Foxwedge has been making every post a winner this month siring his eighth winner for July when the Tony McEvoy trained two year-old Marndarra scored a dominant win at Morphettville on Wednesday as a hot favourite.
A change of scene can put a new perspective on a sire and the Smart Missile example has been lost on nobody, which is why we're looking with fresh eyes on this stallion, who packed his bags and departed the Hunter Valley earlier this year.
A potential spring campaign in Sydney awaits class mare Volpe Veloce as she eases her way back to racing trim for the new season.
Now based at Woodside Park in Victoria, Foxwedge featured in South Africa on Saturday when his talented four year-old Infamous Fox took out the Listed Greyville Engen Performance Stakes.

Recent Sales For Woodside Park

2021 Classic Yearling Sale - Top price: $380,000
2021 Gold Coast Yearling Sale - Top price: $750,000
2020 Australian Weanling Sale - Top price: $185,000
2020 Gold Coast Yearling Sale - Top price: $160,000
2020 Great Southern Sale - Top price: $13,000