Twin Hills Stud

Dirnaseer Road
Cootamundra 2590 NSW
+61 2 6942 2268
+61 487 170 375

Stallions standing at Twin Hills Stud

Denman
Denman service fee is $8,800
Latest winner: Regal Eagle
Hallowed Crown
Hallowed Crown service fee is $11,000
Latest winner: Lillemor
Odyssey Moon
Odyssey Moon service fee is $6,600
Smart Missile
Smart Missile service fee is $22,000
Latest winner: Broadwayandfourth

Latest News

When Missile Launch reeled off six wins in seven starts as a 4-year-old few would have thought it would take him over a year and 15 starts to earn his first black-type.
On a day when six of our second crop sires all posted winners, only one of them managed a winning double and that was Darley’s Hallowed Crown, who had two short priced favourites salute at Bendigo for Godolphin.
The VRC Cup Carnival Country Final (1600m) at Flemington on Oaks Day did not carry Black type, but with a $500,000 pot of prizemoney was a hotly contested race with talented Smart Missile gelding Star Missile powering home to down the hot favourite Harbour Views (Fr).
The amazing last to first win by Jericho Missile in the Listed D'Orsogna-Belgravia Stakes (1200m) at Ascot rounded out another successful Saturday Twin Hills Stud’s resident stallion Smart Missile.
Group III placed twice previously, progressive Smart Missile mare Smart Coupe finally scored a well-deserved first Black Type success when resuming from a spell to win the $140,000 Listed The Breeze Retirement Stakes at Geelong on Wednesday.
Mornington trainer John McArdle and a big team of owners have already had a lot of fun with talented Denman mare Humma Humma, who produced a personal best performance to win the Listed MRC Alinghi Stakes (1100m) at Caulfield on Saturday.
Winner of both the Group I Queensland Derby and Oaks in 1999, blue-blooded Danehill (USA) mare Camarena died in 2017 and her last foal became a winner at Newcastle on Tuesday for Darley’s promising young sire Hallowed Crown.
Sent off a short-priced favourite off the back of a luckless second at Cranbourne when on debut, the Wendy Kelly-trained Lord Markel got the job done with a minimum of fuss in a 1435m maiden at Geelong on Monday.
Entered for the Group I MRC Caulfield Guineas and Group I ATC Golden Rose, promising Smart Missile three year-old Yao Dash took another step forward when beating highly rated filly Funstar at Randwick on Saturday.
The Group I ATC Golden Rose winner of 2014, Hallowed Crown retired to Darley at the end of his career and produced a smart debut winner at Warrnambool on Thursday.
The judge needed a magnifying glass to determine the winner of Saturday's Group III Show County Quality (1200m) at Randwick and he found Godolphin's ultra-consistent Denman gelding Deprive had the narrowest of margins over More Than Ready's emerging sprinter Trope.
Entered for the Group I MRC Caulfield Guineas and Group I ATC Golden Rose , promising Smart Missile three year-old Yao Dash scored an eye-catching debut win at Canterbury on Wednesday to become the 600th winner for Dynamic Syndications.
While she was no match for the odd-on favourite Skillet (I Am Invincible) in a 1350m maiden at Wyong on Tuesday, Godolphin’s Hallowed Crown filly Tisane did enough at her career debut to suggest she will write a fitting epitaph for her wonderful dam Camarena.
Bred and retained to race by Gooree Stud, dual Group I winner and promising young sire Hallowed Crown provided Gooree with an exciting two year-old winner at Randwick on Saturday when Rule the World made it two wins in as many starts.
Gooree Stud would be well pleased to see their blue-blood Front Sight cast off maiden status as a short-priced favourite at Wyong on Thursday.
Bred and retained to race by Gooree Stud, dual Group I winner and promising young sire Hallowed Crown provided Gooree with a promising debut two year-old winner at Canterbury on Wednesday in Rule the World.
Champion trainer Gai Waterhouse had never won the race named in her honour, but she and co-trainer Adrian Bott claimed the spoils in the Listed Gai Waterhouse Classic at Ipswich today with talented Smart Missile filly Ready to Prophet.
Darley’s dual Group I winner Hallowed Crown shuttled to the UK for two seasons and posted his first Northern Hemisphere winner overnight with a tenacious win at Beverley for two year-old filly Allhallowtide.
Godolphin purchased a number of yearlings at the sales of 2018 and among them was Hallowed Crown colt Widespread, who made a winning debut at Cranbourne on Friday evening.
Since relocating to Twin Hills Stud last year the stakes-winners have flowed for Fastnet Rock stallion Smart Missile, who added a double of new stakes-winners to his ever growing tally on Saturday with victories for Ready to Prophet in the Listed Denises’s Joy Stakes at Scone and for Missile Mantra in the Listed MRC Redoute’s Choice Stakes at Caulfield.

Recent Sales For Twin Hills Stud

2020 Chairman's Sale - Top price:
2020 Classic Yearling Sale - Top price: $180,000
2020 Gold Coast Yearling Sale - Top price: $450,000
2019 Australian Broodmare Sale - Top price: $40,000
2019 Australian Weanling Sale - Top price: $46,000
2019 Classic Yearling Sale - Top price: $185,000
2019 Gold Coast Yearling Sale - Top price: $550,000
2019 National Broodmare Sale - Top price: $1,600,000