Have Your Own Private Inspection at Chatswood Stud
Media Release - Thursday August 15
If you're in the Seymour/Nagambie area for this weekends Stallion Parades, make sure you call in to Chatswood to have your own private viewing of Reward For Effort and Inference.

Reward for EffortThere's nothing like laying a hand on a Group 1 Winner, especially if you're determining if a Stallion is the right fit for your mare.

We will be open all weekend so just call 03 5799 0560 or email stallions@chatswoodstud.com.auto let us know when you'll be visiting. If this weekend doesn't work for you, we are available 7 days per week throughout the season.

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