Westbury Stud

Stallions standing at Westbury Stud

El Roca
El Roca service fee is $8,000
Latest winner: Selva Verde
Redwood service fee is $8,000
Latest winner: Chief Sequoyah
Reliable Man
Reliable Man service fee is $17,500
Latest winner: Cru Classe
Swiss Ace
Swiss Ace service fee is $7,500
Latest winner: The Bounder
Tarzino service fee is $12,000
Latest winner: Jungle Magnate
Telperion service fee is $7,500
Latest winner: Stormy

Latest News

Apprentice jockey Lachie Neindorf made his first win at Flemington count when he rode Grahame Begg’s $126 shot Romancer to victory in Saturday’s Listed Straight Six (1200m).
Promising three-year-old galloper Reggiewood put himself into Classic calculations after his win in the MacMillan Accountants 1950 at Rotorua on Wednesday.
Class filly Travelling Light displayed a brilliant turn of foot to down her male rivals as she left no excuses for the beaten brigade in the Gr.1 Woodridge Homes Levin Classic (1600m) at Trentham.
The fairy-tale comeback of Cambridge galloper Julius (NZ) (Swiss Ace) was completed at Ellerslie on New Year’s Day when the gentle giant took out the Group 1 Sistema Railway (1200m).
Exciting filly Travelling Light bounced back to winning form when she took out the Listed Shaw’s Wires Ropes Uncle Remus Stakes (1400m) at Ellerslie on Boxing Day.
Giant galloper Julius gave his rivals weight and a beating when he ground out a gutsy victory at Te Rapa on Saturday bringinga pedigree update for his Karaka bound half-brother.
Last season’s Gr.1 New Zealand Oaks (2400m) winner Sentimental Miss returned to her best with a quality staying performance to take out the Listed Steelform Roofing Group Wanganui Cup (2040m).
After impressive auditions throughout the spring from numerous New Zealand Bloodstock Filly of the Year Series contenders, Saturday’s $300,000 Group One gavelhouse.com 47th New Zealand 1000 Guineas (1600m) at Riccarton is one filly’s time to shine.
The impressive Group I VRC Oaks (2500m) victory of three-year-old filly Miami Bound, who became the second Group One winner for sire Reliable Man, has been the highlight of a stunning ten-day period for the Westbury Stud-based stallion.
Promising two-year-old De La Terre will look to improve on the family record in the Karaka Million 2YO (1200m) after she looked to have cemented her place in the million dollar feature with a comfortable victory over 1000m at Te Rapa on Saturday.
Westbury Stud stallion Reliable Man has had an incredible run this past week, led by his all-conquering daughter Miami Bound who won the Group II Wakeful Stakes (2000m) at Flemington on Saturday, before her dominant victory in the Group I VRC Oaks (2500m) at the Melbourne track on Thursday.
The filly with the real Oaks pedigree, Miami Bound, kept the ball rolling for Melbourne Cup-winning trainer Danny O’Brien and Victoria Derby-winning jockey Damien Oliver when she proved a class above in Thursday’s $1 million Kennedy Oaks (2500m) at Flemington.
Two New Zealand-breds that look certain to play a major part in next Thursday’s $1,00,000 Group 1 Kennedy (Victoria) Oaks fought out the finish of Saturday’s $300,000 Group II G.H. Mumm Wakeful Stakes (2000m) at Flemington and were promptly made equal favourites for the Classic.
Unbeaten filly Travelling Light snatched victory from the jaws of defeat in Saturday’s Gr.3 Barneswood Farm Soliloquy Stakes (1400m) at Ellerslie, earning clear favouritism for next month’s GroupI  gavelhouse New Zealand 1000 Guineas (1600m) at Riccarton.
A dashing grey filly from the family of brilliant Australian Group II winner Pure Elation was a One to Watch in Friday in New Zealand.
Exciting three-year-old Cooga Doon will continue his racing career in Asia after his seven-figure sale to Hong Kong interests on Thursday.
OTI Racing had a lot of success in spring 2017 with a tried Kiwi purchase in high class filly Aloisia and may have found one to follow in her footsteps.
Less than twenty-four hours after being crowned champion South Island Two-Year-old for her deeds last season, Miss Federer gave notice she will be a force to be reckoned with in her three-year-old campaign when she captured the Listed New Zealand Bloodstock Canterbury Belle Stakes (1200m) against her age group rivals at Riccarton.
Trainer Danny O’Brien and champion jockey Damien Oliver combined to win three races at Bendigo on Wednesday and there was none more impressive than the three-year-old Reliable Man filly Miami Bound.
Lightly raced three-year-old Cooga Doon made it two wins from two starts when he took out the Listed HS Dyke Wanganui Guineas (1340m) in sensational fashion on Saturday.

Recent Sales For Westbury Stud

2021 Gold Coast Yearling Sale - Top price: $260,000
2021 Karaka Book 1 - Top price: $340,000
2021 Karaka Book 2 - Top price: $55,000
2020 Gold Coast Yearling Sale - Top price: $420,000
2020 Karaka Book 1 - Top price: $900,000
2020 Karaka Book 2 - Top price: $130,000
2020 Karaka Book 3 - Top price: $29,000
2020 Ready to Run Sale - Top price: $270,000