Larneuk Stud

Killenns Hill Road
Euroa 3666 VIC
03 5790 3204

Stallions standing at Larneuk Stud

Cluster
Cluster service fee is $5,500
Latest winner: Boy From The Bool
O'Lonhro
O'Lonhro service fee is $4,400
Latest winner: Mr Bellagio
Wolf Cry
Wolf Cry service fee is $3,300

Latest News

Broodmare owners employ various criteria when it comes to stallion selection.
It appears that ‘The Black Flash’ reputation of Lonhro has not fallen far from the tree.
Larneuk Stud’s O’Lonhro showed why he is regarded as one of the states best value sires with two of his daughters saluting at Sandown-Hillside on Wednesday.
Voting closes today for the inaugural running of the rich All Star Mile to be run at Flemington on March 16 and those waiting until the last minute to make their decision would be wise to consider the exciting three-year-old O'Tauto.
Two runners, two winners, the perfect start for Larneuk Stud's exciting young stallion Cluster.
A nick that clicks, an $800 mare and a girl that loves horses makes this story one that has something for everyone.
There is excitement in the air at Larneuk Stud and at the Cranbourne stables of Greg Eurell with the exciting three-year-old O'Tauto nominated for the inaugural running of the rich All Star Mile to be run at Flemington on March 16.
Half way down the famed Flemington straight, the good looking bay still had several lengths to make up.
Larneuk Stud's exciting young stallion Cluster is off and rolling with his very first runner - the promising Gee Gees Darl - recording such a gutsy victory at her Hobart debut last weekend.
A ground-saving ride by Craig Newitt paved the way for Gee Gees Darl to make a winning career debut in a 1000 metre maiden at Hobart on Saturday to credit Laurnek Stud’s first season sire Cluster (Fastnet Rock) with his first winner from his first runner.
"He hasn't even moved on A Good Yarn; A Good Yarn is absolutely going to space them, and eased down too, you wont see a more impressive win anywhere.
For a stallion never supported by big numbers, Larneuk Stud's O'Lonhro continues to do the job - at Cranbourne on Thursday represented by a particularly impressive debut winner with two-year-old O'Tauto saluting at nice odds.
The first Cluster to make her way through the sales ring looks set to race with a variation of "Gee Gee" in her name after being purchased by successful owners Paul and Elizabeth Geard at Thursday's Tasmanian Magic Millions.
Four runners, three winners including a metropolitan double made for a very successful Sunday enjoyed by Larneuk Stud's consistent and undervalued stallion O'Lonhro.
The strength of Wolf Cry's pedigree has been highlighted by spring carnival results, Larneuk Stud's exciting first season stallion hailing from a flourishing sire line and an in-form family.
What do Wolf Cry and Winx have in common?.
Sadly for Australian breeders, the mighty stallion Street Cry (IRE) is no longer with us, but we do have the legacy of his exceptional daughter Winx and a number of his sire sons including blue-blooded Wolf Cry, who makes his debut at Larneuk Stud this spring.
The rise of champion sire Fastnet Rock as a sire of sires has been clearly illustrated by his brilliant sons Hinchinbrook, Foxwedge, Smart Missile and now Your Song, so Neville Murdoch of Larneuk Stud is more than hopeful he has the horse to write the next chapter of success for this emerging sire dynasty.
Larneuk Stud's Neville Murdoch has always been proud of his underrated consistent stallion O'Lonhro - all the more so when the quite achiever was recognised at last week's Northern Region Thoroughbreds Awards.
One of the first sons of champion sire Lonhro to go to stud and his only son standing in Victoria, Larneuk Stud’s O’Lonhro has now established himself as a proven source of quality winners at an affordable fee.

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