Our Nagambie farm lies on 150 acres in the heart of thoroughbred country in Victoria.

Located just north of the Great Diving Range we are blessed with a warmer climate ideal for growing out young horses and perfect to rejuvenate those who may need a break from the rigors of racing.

Our property boasts facilities that include stables, undercover day yards, a walker, a high speed treadmill, a range of well fenced paddocks and a 2km bush track that surrounds the property.
Weanling & Yearling Agistment & Sales Preparation
With the recent appointment of reputable horsewoman Jenny Saunders joining the Princess Park team, we look forward to presenting quality drafts for sale in 2018. The farm has the ideal set up and facilities to prepare yearlings for sale. Our emphasis will be on quality, not quantity and as we attempt to attract new clients who want the best for their valuable bloodstock. 

Broodmare Care & Management

We're gearing up for a busy breeding season and we are confident we tick a few of the important breeder boxes.

  • Expert care for your valuable mares and foals managed by one of the best horse-people in the industry in Jenny Saunders.

  • We are located in the heart of Victorian thoroughbred country in Nagambie. Just 10 minutes away from Swettenham Stud, Darley Seymour, Aquis Farm, and Yulong.

  • Safe and modern facilities for your valuable investments.

  • Boutique in size and taking a limited number of mares, means we offer best care for your horse.

  • First class owner communication.

Contact Jenny to discuss your mares needs and ask about our complimentary walk on transport service provided to all permanent mares to our neighbouring studs.

Racehorse Agistment, Pre-training & Rehabilitaion
As you can imagine horses enjoy being up here. Our pre-training program means that your horse gets away from the mundane routine of banging around a traditional training track. We vary our horses training routine which includes dressage work, trail riding and treadmill exercise. This program not only ensures your horse has a good base fitness when it goes into full training, but it also makes for a hopefully happy and willing horse.