Champion Australian 3yo Sprinter & Northern Meteor’s Greatest Son. First crop yearlings in 2017
Champion Australian 3yo & Snitzel’s Greatest Son. First crop yearlings in 2017
Foaled, raised or sold by Widden Stud, our record for producing superior athletes is second to none.
Australian speed and Australian toughness is what makes champion sires – it’s a proven recipe for success.
Widden Stud are pleased to announce service fees for 2017 on our top class roster of proven and promising sires with real value for breeders seeking the best outcome from their mares. Flagship sire Sebring heads the roster at $66,000 and is fresh from sale ring success at the Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale having […][ Read More ]
It only seems fitting that dual Group I winner and $2million plus earner Stratum Star should return to his birthplace at Widden Stud to embark upon a new career at stud. “We are delighted to welcome Stratum Star back to the farm to join our stallion roster in 2017,” said Antony Thompson. “We bred him, […][ Read More ]
Sebring youngster Broadband became her sire’s 28th stakes-winner with an emphatic maiden win in the Group III SAJC Breeders Stakes in Adelaide on Saturday defeating talented Nicconi filly Time Awaits. Trained by Phillip Stokes , the filly has obviously always shown potential having been sent straight into Group III company when unplaced on debut in […][ Read More ]
Astute trainer Clarry Conners has lofty plans for two year-old Star Witness filly Legal Girl, who scored a determined win at Wyong on Thursday. Stepping up in trip to 1600 metres for the first time at her third run back from a spell, Legal Girl settled well just off the pace for Corey Brown and […][ Read More ]
The Hermitage Syndicate managed by Anton Koolman is generally seen in the winner’s circle with colts destined for Hong Kong, but it was a promising Sebring filly that carried their colours to victory at Flemington on ANZAC Day. The Chris Waller trained Egg Tart posted her third consecutive win since resuming from a spell when […][ Read More ]
Jamie Walter’s Proven Thoroughbreds celebrated stakes success at Doomben on Saturday when talented Sebring filly Candika scored a resounding victory in the Listed BRC Princess Stakes. The Steven O’Dea trained filly had won two of her three previous runs and was fit and ready for this 1600 metre assignment for three year-old fillies. Sent to […][ Read More ]