Quilly Park home-bred Sally Sells Shells (Per Incanto ex Waitui Belle) won at Healesville over 1,000m on Saturday, November 3rd under Dani Walker. Trainers Clay Beasy and his grandfather Carlo Vidotto were very happy with her win. ‘We tried to get some weight on her in her preparation. On the day she was a better horse than the ones she […] Continue Reading

Estijaab was crowned the season’s Champion Two-Year-Old at the Australian Horse of the Year awards ceremony in Melbourne on Thursday, October 4th. We were over the moon the way she came and won that race, it was just a wonderful feeling. Any award gives you a great thrill and this is one of them. Emirates Park director Shalabh Sahu quoted […] Continue Reading

Ad Finem (Fastnet Rock x Quilly Park’s Avienus) won over 2050m at Strathalbyn on Wednesday, October 3rd under jockey Kayla Crowther. It was the first win of his South Australia campaign for Stephen Theodore. ‘It was pleasing that the horse had been heading in the direction of a win with a close second on his last run over 1700m at […] Continue Reading

Laughing Heir (Street Boss x Pedigree Pays) won by a neck to Satori at Geelong on September 16th over 1,425m. The win takes the Quilly Park-bred gelding’s tally to five. Trainer Kelvin Southey said, ‘We feel he’s come back well and should be in for a good preparation.   There are some good races for a horse like him throughout […] Continue Reading

Feature image: Sun Stud’s Palentino  Quilly Park are expecting 10 foals on the ground later this year. The stallions were handpicked for our broodmares by pedigree expert Diane Neylon. AVIENUS Our Group 2 winning mare Avienus is in foal to dual Group 1 winner and first season sire Palentino. We are excited by this mating with Sun Stud’s fast miler from the […] Continue Reading

Supre (Avienus x High Chaparral) won by 2 lengths over 1,406m at Murray Bridge on May 16th. It was the 3-year-old’s first win from just two starts. She did everything wrong and still won by 2 lengths. I’d expect her to be a Group horse. She’s all class. Trainer, Paul Beshara Trainer, Paul Beshara said, ‘She’s a work in progress […] Continue Reading

Quilly Park-bred gelding Laughing Heir finished a length and a half in front of Buena Veloz to win at Ladbrokes Park Hillside on May 9th over 1,800m. It’s the fourth win for the Street Boss x Pedigree Pays gelding and the second since he’s been in training with Kelvin Southey. Southey said, ‘We feel that he still has a bit […] Continue Reading

We are excited to announce that De Gaulle will stand at Mornington Peninsula’s Bombora Downs this season. Quilly Park’s Managing Director Richard Anderson said, ‘John [Pratt] and myself were looking at keeping De Gaulle privately but after Estijaab’s performance it has essentially given us the opportunity to commercialise our stallion.’ ‘We are delighted to take this opportunity to work with […] Continue Reading

Of eight Puissance de Lune yearlings, our Varone filly achieved the highest bid of $25,000 at the VOBIS Gold Sale on Sunday, April 22nd. Our striking filly, one of just two Puissance de Lune greys, was purchased by Alisa Vermay for Empower Racing. The purchase price was more than double that of the next highest Puissance de Lune.   She’s […] Continue Reading

Quilly Park is a relaxed environment, this is reflected in our foals attitudes and response when the time comes for weaning. All horses have been handled as foals and taught to lead with their mothers. So, by the time they come in for weaning they are already used to being handled and already have a rapport with stud manager Angela […] Continue Reading