Aquis Canungra Qld

115 Mundoolun Connection Rd
Canungra 4275 QLD
+61 7 5543 4732

Stallions standing at Aquis Canungra Qld

Domesday service fee is $9,900
Latest winner: Taberna
Husson service fee is $9,900
Latest winner: Houlio's Dream
Kiss And Make Up
Kiss And Make Up service fee is $11,000
Kobayashi service fee is $4,400
Performer service fee is $8,800
The Mission
The Mission service fee is $13,200

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I Am Invincible has already made a great start to his career as a sire of sires through Brazen Beau and this season we will see more foals from some of his up and coming sire sons including Aquis Farm’s Kobayashi.
Seymour Bloodstock's Darren Thomas has made the forward planning decision to partner with Aquis and take a significant share in new stallion Performer, a son of Exceed And Excel which he bred and watched achieve $450,000 as a yearling at the Magic Millions Yearling Sale.
Narrowly beaten in the Group III Frances Tressady Stakes (1400m) at Flemington 12 months ago, Oregon's Day avenged that defeat with a thoroughly game performance on Saturday, which edges her closer to the magical $1 million in earnings.
Many trainers are keeping a cautious eye on the weather in Auckland ahead of Saturday’s Counties Cup meeting at Pukekohe Park.
Aquis Farm’s decision to buy into Domesday colt Extra Brut earlier this week paid immediate dividends when the 3YO won today’s Group 1 Victoria Derby at Flemington.
Earlier this week Aquis announced their purchase of a share in exciting Domesday colt Extra Brut and that decision paid big dividends when the three year-old powered to the line to score a stylish victory in the $2million Group I VRC Victoria Derby (2500m) at Flemington on Saturday.
A typically heady ride from top Central Districts jockey Johnathan Parkes paved the way for the ultra-consistent Five To Midnight to take out the Listed Ricoh Feilding Gold Cup (2100m) at Awapuni.
Twelve months ago, Domesday colt Royal Symphony looked to have the world at his feet before injury brought an end to what promised to brilliant career but Domesday looks to have a ready-made replacement in the Darren Weir-trained Extra Brut.
Promising Domesday colt Extra Brut took another step towards spring stakes goals with a tenacious victory over 1600 metres at Caulfield on Saturday in the open three year-old event.
Group I jockey and now successful trainer Chris Munce had won the Grafton Cup twice before as a jockey and won it for a third time on Thursday as a trainer when First Crush scored a determined victory in the $160,000 Listed staying test.
Sweet Orange (USA) has returned to New Zealand to resume his stallion career at Highview.
Aquis Farm have today announced a $1million bonus for breeders sending mares to their new Group I winning sire The Mission this spring.
Aquis, in response to its Queensland breeders, have secured a stallion that has the speed and commerciality that all Australian breeders are looking for, but also a stallion that will complement the bloodlines that are prevalent in the Queensland broodmare population.
The lure of the Group I BRC Tatts Tiara on June 23, the last Group I of the Australian racing season, has kept a number of quality mares in work with several trialling at Randwick on Tuesday morning including Domesday’s Group I ATC Coolmore Classic winner Daysee Doom.
Kiss and Make Up, out of the Champion 2YO Fashions Afield, will stand the 2018 season at Aquis’ Queensland base having served over 100 mares at Aquis, Hunter Valley, last spring, in what was his first season at stud.
At Riccarton Park on Saturday, War Front stallion Sweet Orange (USA) recorded his first winner with the very smart 2YO Khimar War.
Aquis based Husson (Arg) added a new stakes-winner to his tally when tough six year-old Raido scored a career best win in the $100,000 Listed Goldmarket Handicap at the Gold Coast on Saturday.
Domesday’s Group I Queensland Derby winner Ruthven was back in the winner’s circle at Sha Tin on Saturday with his trainer John Moore confirming he is on track for the upcoming Group I Hong Kong Derby.
Husson (Arg) posted a new stakes-winner on Sunday with a powerful victory in the HK$10million Classic Mile at Sha Tin for rising star Nothingilikemore adding to a weekend of success for the Aquis Farm based proven Group I sire.
Talented Domesday gelding Five To Midnight is on target for a second crack at a Group I staying feature.