Quilly Park’s Listed winner and much loved stable star Mystyko has been retired. Mystyko has been a very special horse for Quilly Park and his journey quite remarkable. We are extremely proud of all that Mystyko has achieved, particularly the unique journey that saw him go from success at the Picnics to Listed winner over a short space of time. […] Continue Reading
Quilly Park bred Justwins (Helmet x Waitui Belle) won his maiden for Ciaron Maher Racing.
Our Adelaide x Anantha colt sold for $60,000 at the Inglis Premier Yearling Sale on March 2nd to Henry Dwyer Racing.
Our preparation for Inglis’ Premier Yearling Sale included something a little different this year. We engaged Plus Vital to carry out their Speed Gene Tests on our yearlings in the hope that the scientifically-based results can help potential buyers to make an informed decision. Both yearlings received a C:T result in their Plus Vital Speed Gene Tests. C:T horses will […] Continue Reading
Mystyko raced to a 3 length victory over 1,200m at Murray Bridge on Saturday, January 16th under Sophie Logan. Jockey, Sophie Logan, said, “I love him, I always have. I used to ride him at Cranbourne and the Picnics and have a good connection with the horse. He’s one of my favourites. It felt brilliant, very powerful, strong on the […] Continue Reading
Original news story published on December 15th by Thoroughbred Breeders Victoria on tbv.com.au She’s yet to hit the race track, but blue eyed and white faced Sapphire Sioux has become something of a sensation after being unveiled on social media last week. On her dazzling looks alone, the two-year-old chestnut filly is destined to garner a cult following and it […] Continue Reading
Our De Gaulle filly Rue Lepic (x Great Cross) won her first trial at Cranbourne this morning over 600m. Quilly Park’s Managing Director Richard Anderson said, ‘It was a very encouraging start this morning for De Gaulle with Rue Lepic winning her first trial at Cranbourne. What a result!’ I’m impressed with her professional attitude for such a young age. […] Continue Reading
Supre (Avienus x High Chaparral) won the JRA Handicap at Caulfield over 1600m on Saturday, May 9th under Dwayne Dunn. The win marks the mare’s first for trainer Lloyd Kennewell. ‘Supre did a good job. We’ve only had her this preparation and she’s a young mare with improvement’, said Kennewell. ‘It should have been 3 from 3. She got beaten […] Continue Reading
The racing industry lost an unsung hero last week with the sad passing of pedigree expert Diane Neylon. A true treasure to all that study and respect the influence pedigrees have on the Sport of Kings. She will be warmly remembered for recommending some of the finest matings, advising on many successful purchases and offering proven advice on breeding theories […] Continue Reading
Taberna won over 1,400m from a 14-strong field at Sale on Sunday, March 29th. It was a pleasing result considering that the mare had just come back from 12 months off following an injury last year. I thought she was going to win very easy but the time between races took its toll. Once she gets over a bit further […] Continue Reading