Yarraman Park

Nandowra Road
Scone 2337 NSW
0265 451 961
0412 280 576

Stallions standing at Yarraman Park

Hellbent
Hellbent service fee is $22,000
I Am Invincible
I Am Invincible service fee is $209,000
Latest winner: Invincible Ninja

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The open juvenile event at Randwick on Saturday always looked good on paper with some highly rated fillies and two expensive colts engaged and at the winning post it was I Am Invincible’s Rulership that claimed the victory and he did it in style!
It’s probably no surprise to anyone that this stallion is the first to sire 100 Australian winners this season.
Rosemont Stud bought Group I winning Northern Meteor mare Amanpour for $1.5million at the 2015 Magic Millions National Broodmare Sale and got a big return on investment when selling her I Am Invincible colt for $1million during the first session of Magic Millions on Wednesday.
Tipped as one of the stars on day one at Magic Millions, the I Am Invincible colt from Group II winning Zabeel mare Adrift duly set the sale ring alight when selling for $1,050,00 with Guy Mulcaster signing the docket in conjunction with Waller Racing.
Last season’s Gr1 New Zealand 1000 Guineas (1600m) winner, Media Sensation made a successful start to her four-year-old campaign when she eased clear of race favourite Ferrando to take out the Listed Legacy Lodge Stakes (1200m) at Te Rapa.
Glamour colt Bivouac might have been the hot favourite for the Group I MVRC Manikato Stakes at Moonee Valley on Friday night , but an inside gate brought about his downfall with exciting I Am invincible filly Loving Gaby producing a career best performance to win the prestigious 1200 metre WFA sprint.
Speedy I Am Invincible mare Miss Leonidas is getting better and better with the five year-old claiming her biggest win to date when taking out the Group II MRC Caulfield Sprint (1000m) on Saturday.
Saturday’s Thoroughbred Club Stakes at Caulfield was dominated by two fillies by I Am Invincible although for most punters the wrong one won.
Yarraman Park’s champion sire I Am Invincible kickstarted the Kensington track meeting at Randwick on Wednesday with two impressive three year-old maiden winners in Willowheart and Faretti, who topped the 2018 Magic Millions Yearling Sale.
It must have been a painful decision to geld this $700,000 son of I Am Invincible.
Super talented I Am Invincible filly Loving Gaby was placed in the Group I ATC Champagne Stakes and ATC Sires Produce Stakes last season and showed her class when powering home to win the Group III AMVRC Scarborough Stakes at Moonee Valley on Friday night.
Setting a brisk pace to be the leading sire by winners with 40 on the board already, I Am Invincible had two impressive winners at Canterbury on Wednesday with talented three year-old fillies California Zimbol and Sangria both giving the promise of Black Type success to come.
Blue-blooded I Am Invincible filly Sangria broke the track record for 1100 metres at Hawkesbury when winning her maiden earlier this month and stepped it up a notch to win in midweek company at Canterbury on Wednesday.
Progressive I Am Invincible filly I Am Eloquent handled a massive step up in grade to score a stylish victory in the Listed MRC Jim Moloney Stakes at Caulfield on Saturday staking her claim for the Group I MRC Thousand Guineas next month.
It was a battle of the giants in a 1100 metres maiden at Hawkesbury on Thursday when Fairway Thoroughbreds $650,000 I Am Invincible filly Sangria bettered Spendthrift Farms $800,000 Written Tycoon colt Dirty Work by three and a half lengths.
Gerry Harvey’s homebred I Am Invincible filly Libertini won the second leg of the Darley Princess Series at Randwick on Saturday, showing tenacity as well as ability when powering to the line to score a determined victory over gallant Villami in the Group II ATC Furious Stakes (1200m).
Recognizing emerging patterns in the breeding of stakes-winners is a topic that fascinates most breeders and it might be no coincidence that the horse regarded as the best offspring to date sired by I Am Invincible is bred along very similar lines to a filly many are tipping as his next superstar.
We’ve had 25 days of racing this season and this stallion has given us 25 winners, it it any wonder he’s the most expensive sire in the country.
It was a very easy watch for supporters of boom filly Libertini in Saturday’s $200,000 Group II Darley Silver Shadow Stakes (1200m) at Randwick.
We mentioned last week that that the Group III Kindergarten Stakes at Randwick in April would be one of the form races of the season and the winner Bivouac did the right thing by bolting home in the Vain Stakes at Caulfield at his seasonal debut.

Recent Sales For Yarraman Park

2020 Australian Broodmare Sale - Top price: $100,000
2020 Australian Weanling Sale - Top price: $30,000
2020 Chairman's Sale - Top price: $2,000,000
2020 Classic Yearling Sale - Top price: $360,000
2020 Gold Coast Yearling Sale - Top price: $1,150,000
2019 Australian Broodmare Sale - Top price: $205,000
2019 Australian Easter Yearling Sale - Top price: $1,200,000
2019 Australian Weanling Sale - Top price: $40,000
2019 Classic Yearling Sale - Top price: $250,000
2019 Gold Coast Yearling Sale - Top price: $1,700,000
2019 National Broodmare Sale - Top price: $1,750,000
2019 National Weanling Sale - Top price: $300,000
2019 Scone Yearling Sale - Top price: $40,000