Success off the track for Nikinov

Kirra Burke purchased Nikinov 2 years ago upon arriving home after spending 6 months in Germany. Nikinov is by Ustinov ex Lady in Waiting, he raced in Quilly Park’s colours until the end of his racing career in November 2014. Kirra said, ‘I looked at a few other off the tracks before Nikko but as soon as I sat on […] Continue Reading

Avienus’ filly Supre wins first trial

Avienus’ High Chaparral filly Supre won her 3-year-old maiden trial at Morphettville on February 22nd over 1,000m. The QP-bred filly is trained by Paul Beshara and owned by Alpara Lodge. ‘High Chaparral’s can be very highly strung. We’ve taken our time with her and everything is going to plan so we couldn’t be happier.’ Trainer, Paul Beshara ‘We’ve had Supre […] Continue Reading

Meet Quilly Park’s 2017 foals

Last Spring, Quilly Park celebrated our biggest crop yet of 9 foals on the ground by some of Australia’s top stallions. Our Group 2 winning mare Avienus had a filly by Darley sire Street Boss (Street Cry x Blushing Ogygian). Waitui Belle had a colt by Caulfield Guineas winner Helmet (Exceed And Excel x Accessories) and Varone had a Reset colt (Zabeel x Assertive Lass).   We’ve spent a number of years […] Continue Reading

Plan The Peace colt Fame Shines makes it two from two at Orange

Plan the Peace‘s Perfectly Ready colt Fame Shines made it two from two at Orange on January 30th when he won over 1,280m under Christian Reith. The 3-year-old previously won his maiden over 1,000m at the same track in December. He also ran 6th in the Listed Gosford Guineas earlier this year. Hawkesbury trainer Scott Singleton of Singleton Racing said, ‘He’s […] Continue Reading

Mega D’Oro wins Balnarring Cup

Mega D’Oro won the Balnarring Cup in Quilly Park colours on Australia Day over 1,600m. He led the field of 10 all the way and won by half a length from Riley’s Rocket. It was a milestone achievement for trainers Clay Beasy and his grandfather Carlo Vidotto, made all the more exceptional by Clay riding the winner. Clay and I […] Continue Reading

Second win for QP-bred Laughing Heir

Quilly Park-bred Laughing Heir won for the second time at Benalla on September 4th over 1106m. The Street Boss x Pedigree Pays gelding is trained by Tasmania-based Paul Maher. Laughing Heir has now had 3 starts for 2 wins and will only improve with more racing. After being slow away and getting back to last with the big weight of […] Continue Reading

Our Fastnet Rock x Avienus sells well at Magic Millions Yearling Sale

Quilly Park’s Fastnet Rock x Avienus colt sold well at the Magic Millions National Yearling Sale to Hong Kong-based agent Apollo Ng Shung for $90,000. Our colt was one of just 40 BOBS eligible yearlings catalogued at the Sale. We are grateful to Coolmore Australia for preparing him so well and ensuring that he attracted a lot of interest in the lead up to the […] Continue Reading

QP bred Laughing Heir wins at Launceston first time out

Laughing Heir won first time out over 1200m at Launceston yesterday from a 14-strong field. The Street Boss x Pedigree Pays gelding was bred at Quilly Park. ‘When we bought Laughing Heir 12 months ago, our client took him on knowing that he’d take a bit of time. He was difficult to start with but once he started to understand what was […] Continue Reading

Our Street Boss x Cait Colleen colt to race in QP colours

Our Street Boss x Cait Colleen colt passed in at $36k at the Inglis’ VOBIS Gold Sales on April 23rd. His reserve was $40k so we decided to keep him to race in the Quilly Park colours. The colt is eligible for the VOBIS Gold incentive scheme so we’ll be looking to target the Premier Race Series with him.   […] Continue Reading

Quilly Park’s 2016 Matings

Feature image: Arrowfield Stud’s Panzer Division Quilly Park are expecting 7 foals on the ground later this year by some of Australia’s top stallions carefully chosen for their pedigrees in order to maximise the potential of our broodmares. AVIENUS Group 2 winning mare Avienus is currently in foal to Darley sire Street Boss (Street Cry x Blushing Ogygian). ‘Street Boss is the fastest son of Champion stallion Street […] Continue Reading