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Son of Lonhro may back up for a third next week

A well-conceived and perfectly executed plan made the difference between victory and defeat for Plague Stone who scored the second Stakes win of his career in the

Margins for breeders among the best in the business

For breeders, the relationship between a stallion’s service fee and the price of his yearlings represents the cutting edge of profitability. 


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.


Plague Stone adds Listed Doomben win to his sire’s list

Neither the heavy track nor an in-form group of opponents caused the slightest problem for Plague Stone as he scored a dominant victory in Saturday’s Listed Mick Dittman Plate at Doomben.


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


Yearlings by Exceed And Excel, Lonhro and Brazen Beau all make $1 million-plus

A quartet of seven-figure yearlings, an exceptional clearance rate and solid prices across the board.


G1 winner a quality member of young stallion’s first book of mares

When you only breed a couple of horses a year, the importance of getting it right is magnified.


Microphone adds the G1 Sires’ Produce to his sire’s record.

Darley stallions and champion stallion Exceed And Excel continued their romp through Australia’s ju


Kiamichi leads home a Darley 1-2-3 in rich two-year-old feature

The Darley stallions have produced an unprecedented clean sweep in the world’s richest two-year-old race with Kiamichi scoring an all-the-way win in the G1 Golden


The G1 Golden Slipper Stakes, the world’s richest two-year-old race, is Australia’s breed-shaper

Steeped in history, romance and legend, it is the race that grips the nation.

When it comes to stallions and breeding, however, the race that matters is not “The Cup”, but “The Slipper”.