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’s Star Witness added a new stakes-winner to his tally in South Africa on the weekend with three year-old colt Lord Balmoral taking out the Listed Fairview Wines Sophomore Sprint at Kenilworth on Saturday. Trained by Vaughan Marshall, Lord Balmoral ran out an easy length and three-quarter winner of the 1200 metre sprint and […][ Read More ]
Widden Stud first season sires Zoustar and Shamus Award enjoyed a warm reception at the 2017 Magic Millions Yearling Sale, the former contributing a whopping $8.4 million towards the overall turnover of Book 1. Zoustar had 32 yearlings average $265,156 in Book 1, while Shamus Award had nine average $170,556. The top sellers for Zoustar […][ Read More ]
With two winners already from his first crop, exciting young sire Your Song sired his most expensive yearling so far at Magic Millions last week with a colt from Bay Trixie selling for $400,000. Consigned by Southern Cross Breeders and bought by Tom Moore, the colt was bred by Senga Bissett and Ivan Woodford Smith […][ Read More ]
Five year-old Stratum stallion Stratum Star was a last start winner of the Group I WATC Kingston Town Classic in Perth on December 3 and was a class above in the $1million MM Trophy over 2200 metres at the Gold Coast on Saturday. The victory added to his trainer Darren Weir’s success in the Magic […][ Read More ]