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Half-sister to star sprinter Santa Ana Lane makes $300,000

A weanling half-sister to Champion Australian sprinter Santa Ana Lane has given her sire Frosted a red-carpet entry into the souther

Stallions first Australian crop a major attraction at Magic Millions National Weanling Sale

The Australian sales career of outstanding American racehorse Frosted look


Results on the track and in the sale ring demonstrate the quality of the Darley stallions

Over the first nine months of the Australian racing season, the Darley stallions have achieved results that are nothing short of spectacular.


Roster includes some of the country’s best performing stallions

Darley’s Australian and New Zealand-based stallions are enjoying a truly exceptional season, both on the track and in the sales ring, with 21 Darley-sired G1 winners and 57 Group winner


Dual Champion European miler to join US counterpart Frosted at stud

The arrival of dual Champion European miler Ribchester at Darley’s Kelvinside farm in NSW this season not only offers breeders the opportunity to s


All Victorian stallions nominated for 2018 VOBIS scheme

The countdown to the inaugural running of the $1 million ‘Showdown’, a race exclusively for two-year-olds by VOBIS Sires’-nominated stallions in April 2019 is on, with all Darley stallions located


Son of Medaglia d’Oro shines at National Broodmare sale

Young Darley stallion Astern has made a strong sales-ring debut at the Australian National Broodmare Sa


Astern, Frosted, Territories and Holler represented at Magic Millions

Godolphin racetrack stars from two hemispheres will test the bloodstock market for the first time in Australia during next week’s Magic Millions Broodmare Sale on the Queensland G


A filly out of multiple Graded winner Snow Top Mountain is born in Virginia

The first reported foal by Frosted, a filly, was born on January 15th at Audley Farm in Berryville, Virginia.


An insight into the influence of shuttle stallions on the Australian breeding and racing industry

The Australasian breeding industry owes a huge debt to the pioneers of the shuttle sire concept and our sires’ tables today would look very different without the input of these