Cornerstone Stud

PO Box 396
Angaston 5353 SA
+61 (8) 8561 3800

Stallions standing at Cornerstone Stud

Ambidexter
Ambidexter service fee is $4,400
Latest winner: Miss Artier
Sir Prancealot
Sir Prancealot service fee is $9,900
Latest winner: Alpha Hedge
Valentia
Valentia service fee is $5,500
Latest winner: Land Of Valens

Latest News

At a cost of $90,000 at the 2016 Magic Millions Adelaide Yearling Sale, Single Handed is comfortably the most expensive yearling by his sire Ambidexter, but he is proving to be money well spent for trainer Nick Smart as the 5yo gelding opened his stakes account in Saturday’s Listed Tokyo City Cup (1800m) at Morphettville.
Striking looking chestnut Dalasan rated through the roof when he defeated the subsequent Group I winner Scales Of Justice in the Group III Spring Stakes at Morphettville and that form worked out well for Saturday’s Group II Danehill Stakes (1200m) at Flemington.
With AMBERDI running second in the Listed Penny Edition Stakes for Sue Jaensch, the 5yo mare’s performance did something quite notable for her sire AMBIDEXTER.
Last Saturday the Mill Park sold three year-old Dawn Passage staked his claim for spring glory with a returning win in the Listed ATC The Rosebud and this Saturday we saw another Mill Park graduate put himself on the map as a rising star with three year-old Dalasan winning the Group III SAJC Spring Stakes at Morphettville.
The 2009 SAJC Sires' Produce Stakes winner Silent Surround was an overachiever on the track and she looks as if she has taken that to stud as she had the rare distinction of producing two winners at the South Australian feature meeting at Murray Bridge on Saturday.
Cornerstone Stud’s Sir Prancelaot (IRE) was making news overnight at Goodwood where his classy sprinting son Sir Dancealot won the Group II Lennox Stakes for the second year in a row.
Cornerstone Stud’s promising shuttle sire Sir Prancealot (IRE) will shuttle to Rancho San Miguel Stud in California for the 2020 breeding season.
Cornerstone Stud have been delighted with the response to the first Australian bred weanlings by their proven stakes producing shuttle sire Sir Prancealot (IRE) that have been offered for sale in recent weeks selling for up to $62,000 at the Inglis Great Southern Weanling Sale.
From humble beginnings and lowly expectations has risen a stallion that is beginning to take on a set of dimensions that are truly ground breaking.
SIR PRANCEALOT continued his ground breaking invasion of the US Turf scene on the weekend with GINGER NUT landing the Listed Limestone Turf sprint over 1100m at Keeneland.
Purchased by trainer and part-owner Stephen Lockhart on Bloodstockauction for $3,300 as an unraced two-year-old, Shady Hustle gave her connections the thrill of a lifetime when winning Sunday's Listed Tasmanian Oaks (2100m) at Launceston.
With Inglis and Magic Millions doing the rounds inspecting yearlings across Australia it is often the first season sires that garner the most attention.
Group I winning and producing stallion Good Journey has moved to Victoria - where one of his biggest fans will allow him to gently retire.
A sire of winners, Ambidexter is quickly making a name for himself as one of the best value sires in Australia, proving successful on the track and in the sales ring.
Sir Prancealot (IRE) has been enjoying quite a run of success lately.
It took some fancy footwork and determined late lunge for Sir Dancealot (by Sir Prancealot) to take out a stunning renewal of the Group II Qatar Lennox Stakes at Goodwood.
The Richard Hanon trained Pepita (by Sir Prancealot) put in a career best performance to win the Musselburgh Maggie Dickson Stakes over 7¼ furlongs on the weekend.
The emergence of quality Fastnet Rock sire sons such as Hinchinbrook, Foxwedge, Smart Missile and Your Song has not been lost on Sam Hayes and his team at Cornerstone Stud, who are looking to build on that success with their top class young sire Valentia.
From humble beginnings to Champion Freshman Sire in Europe, Sir Prancealot is becoming a truly international success story.
Most yearling buyers go straight to the sire index of any sale to see what’s on offer, but the sire of the dam of the yearling is in many ways just as important and in the case of this stallion his presence in a pedigree is fast becoming a major factor in stakes success.

Recent Sales For Cornerstone Stud

2020 Adelaide Yearling Sale - Top price: $67,500
2019 National Broodmare Sale - Top price: $75,000
2019 National Weanling Sale - Top price: $300,000