Swettenham Stallions the Best of the Best
When the time comes to decide on which stallion you choose to mate your mare with, all breeders agree.
You want the best possible pedigree coupled with proven racetrack performance, an outstanding physical type, for a competitive price that you can afford.
Swettenham may not stand the most expensive stallions in the Southern Hemisphere, but they do stand the finest example of the stallion’s sire in the country and offer the greatest value for money, as demonstrated by their 2017 roster.
Puissance De Lune
The striking grey entire is by far the best-performed son to have galloped on Australian tracks by Shamardal to stand at stud in Australia.
Winner of the Group 2 Blamey Stakes and the Group 3 Queen Elizabeth Stakes, he had five placings at Group 1 level, missing two in head-bobbers. With a tremendous turn of foot, his career on the track confirms how competitive and consistent he was at the elite level of Australian racing.
A top class galloper, the son of a European Champion and a black type pedigree, Puissance De Lune is exceptional value for breeders at $8,800 Inc. GST.
Undoubtedly brilliant on the track, Americain has developed into a stunning physical type, with superior presence.
The only son of the great Dynaformer to be standing at stud in Australia, he offers both brilliant middle distance and staying bloodlines.
Along with his 2010 Melbourne Cup victory, Americain was an elite group winner from the age of two with four Group 2 wins, a victor in the Group 3 Geelong Cup, and a gallant 2nd in the Group 1 BMW Stakes over 2400 meters.
A truly international performer, Americain was a brilliant stayer with an exciting turn of foot and is priced to be accessible to all breeders for $11,000 Inc. GST.
Trust In A Gust
The best son of Keep The Faith standing in Australia, he boasts a beautifully bred dam line that keeps producing Group 1 level performances.
With current Group 1 galloper, Thunder Snow headlining the list, Trust In A Gust’s maternal line continues to add black type to an already impressive page.
Trust In A Gust himself was a dual Group 1 winner, taking out the “stallion making” Group 1 Rupert Clarke, before victory at the elite level again in the time honoured Toorak Handicap over 1600m.
A top-class galloper, he has grown into a beautifully balanced and impressive individual, that will no doubt upgrade his mares and stamp his progeny with quality. Incredible value for money, and a true VOBIS stallion, Trust in A Gust will stand for $11,000 Inc. GST
Drawing on Australian toughness, and tenacity, the high-class sprinter Rebel Dane is the best-performed son of California Dane to stand at stud in Australia.
With a truly incredible racetrack record including the Group 1 Manikato Stakes and the Group 1 Sir Rupert Clarke, Rebel Dane sprinted in top-class company throughout his career. His last 30 starts were at Group 1 or 2 level showing his that his speed, temperament, and courage were matched by his soundness.
Rebel Dane provides breeders the opportunity to access an ideal VOBIS stallion, bred on the successful Danehill/More Than Ready cross.
The ultimate colonial bred sprinter, Rebel Dane will give breeders talent, class and toughness for $12,500 Inc. GST
Toronado is the fastest son of outstanding sire and Epsom Derby winner, High Chaparral to stand at stud in Australia. A dual group 1 winner of the Sussex Stakes and the Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot, he was a gallant second in three other Group 1 races.
Proven to stamp his progeny as strong, correct and precocious, his first crops have been sort after by astute judges and trainers confident of future success on the track. With the combination of his blue blood pedigree, his powerful and stunning physique and his high-class race performances, Toronado will stand in 2017 for $22,000 Inc. GST.
The exceptional International galloper Mshawish will stand his first season at Swettenham Stud in 2017. The highest earning entire of champion Medaglia d'Oro, he was an elite, versatile and sound five-time Group race winner on multiple surfaces and distances from 1500m to 1800m.
A dual Group 1 winner, on dirt and turf, Mshawish will be sure to pass his looks, ability, toughness and consistency onto his progeny.
With an outstanding physical presence all breeders look for, and being the preeminent son of Medaglia D’Oro, he offers breeders the complete package.
Mshawish will stand for brilliant value at $16,500 Inc. GST.