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  • Weaning

    18 May 15

    In order for your young thoroughbred to make a smooth transition from foal to weanling, there are several practices we implement to ease the separation process and help the horse adjust to its new...

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    The Autumn months have been very productive, with newest resident staff member Matt Butt managing the breaking in of several youngsters.  The first of Shrapnel’s progeny have come into the...

  • 4 yr old gelding POWER ALERT continues to impress since relocating to the USA from Wagga Wagga NSW, claiming the Group 3 Twin Spires Turf Sprint at Churchill Downs on Kentucky Oaks day in a record...

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AGISTMENT SERVICES

Kooringal Stud is ideally situated to accommodate every requirement for all owner-breeders of Thoroughbred stock, with first-class facilities and dedicated staff. Our full range of services include permanent and seasonal agistment, breeding, fully supervised foaling, rearing of young stock, yearling preparation and spelling of racehorses.

We have over 3000 acres, comprising of more than 50 tree-lined paddocks ranging in size from 10 acres to 150 acres, all with direct access through a very safe and well designed system of laneways into five separate and extensive covered yard complexes.

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Agistment services include:

  • Mares
    • Dry mare
    • Mares under lights
    • In foal mare
    • Mares with foal at foot
    • Stabled mare and foal
  • Weanling
  • Yearling
    • Yard & shelter shed
    • Yearling preparation
  • Speller
    • Speller on Horse Walker
  • Foaling

FARM HISTORY (EST. 1910)

In 1910, John and Christina Lamont, with the first of their three children and all of their goods and chattels, moved up to Wagga Wagga from the Wimmera in Victoria. They were to take ownership of a bare block of almost 3000 acres of land 22 kms north of Wagga Wagga. 

This was the north-west corner of Eunonybareenya Station, which had been cut off from the rest of the station by the Melbourne to Sydney railway line. John and Christina called their first block ‘Kooringal’ ...

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