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

Back to back wins at Woolamai for Mystyko

Mystyko won at Woolamai on Saturday, January 20th over 1,008m under apprentice Sophie Logan. Success at Woolamai earlier this month makes it back to back wins for our home-bred Plan the Peace gelding by Sakhee’s Secret. Trainer Trevor Rogers was delighted with his performance and said, ‘So far our picnic campaign plans have been successful. ‘Mystyko has gained a lot […] Continue Reading

Mystyko starts picnic campaign with a win

Mystyko began his picnic racing campaign with a win at Woolamai on Sunday, January 7th. Quilly Park’s home-bred Sakhee’s Secret gelding returned from a recent campaign in Queensland at the end of last year. Trainer Trevor Rogers plans to use the Victorian picnic circuit to prepare the gelding for the next step of his professional career. Rogers said, ‘We’re off […] Continue Reading

Brooker Park and Quilly Park partner to stand first season sire De Gaulle

Featured image: De Gaulle as a yearling Quilly Park and Gippsland’s Brooker Park are proud to be working in partnership this season. Their purchase of speed stallion De Gaulle (Exceed and Excel) marks Quilly Park’s first venture into stallion ownership. ‘De Gaulle provides an exciting and affordable option for the breed-to-race breeder.’ Richard Anderson, Quilly Park De Gaulle arrived at […] Continue Reading

A second win at Sunshine Coast for Ad Finem

Ad Finem (Fastnet Rock x Quilly Park’s Avienus) won his second race, a handicap over 1,400m on Sunday October 15th at the Sunshine Coast Turf Club. The race was unusual in that no one wanted to take the lead so the pace was incredibly slow. Playing back the video you’ll hear the commentator saying ‘They are walking in front here’ […] Continue Reading

Laughing Heir clocks up third win at Geelong

Quilly Park-bred gelding Laughing Heir clocked up a third win at Geelong on October 4th over 1540m. After Tasmania trainer Paul Maher decided to campaign him in Victoria, the Street Boss x Pedigree Pays gelding is now trained by Mornington-based Kelvin Southey. ‘He’s very promising, I think he’ll go a long way once he learns his craft a bit more.’ […] 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

Quilly Park partner with Yea Racing Club

Quilly Park are delighted to have entered into partnership with Yea Racing Club for the 2017-18 season. Our association with the Victorian Picnic Racing club began during the 2016-17 season. We had such a good experience we have decided to consolidate our relationship and sponsor this season’s leading trainer and jockey awards. Quilly Park, Yea Racing Club and Yea St […] Continue Reading