ADAM PALMER - Principal

The desire to establish a thoroughbred farm has always been a dream for owner Adam Palmer. Adam was introduced to racing at an early age with roles with Midge Didham and then with leading trainers John Sadler and Gerald Ryan. In between time he completed a an Advanced Diploma Applied Science Horse Management.

Success on the racetrack has been achieved with Lacey Underall winning the Group 2 Adelaide Cup in 2008, and good city class racehorses Creek Side, Mr Griswold, Hot Mama, Northern Saint, and Punt Club flying the flag for Princess Park.

Adam founded one of the spring carnival's biggest events called The Cox Plate Lunch, and also set up horse racing focused networking group, Final Field. Adam is passionate about horse racing and is always aiming to provide industry best communication to Princess Park clients.

JENNY SAUNDERS - Yearling Manager Nagambie

Born in the UK, Jenny developed a love of horses from an early age. After graduating from Hartpury College, Jenny spent time working with event and showjumping yards in Germany, before commencing a stint at a thoroughbred nursery called Oakgrove Stud.

It was at Oakgrove that Jenny relaised that her passion was working with young horses and more specifically preparing yearlings for sale.

After spending some time working in Australia, Jenny accepted an offer to become Yearling Manager at one of Victoria's premier thoroughbred nurseries, Eliza Park (now Sun Stud).

During this period Jenny has built a fine reputation for preparing yealrings for sale at all the major yearlings sales in Australia and New Zealand.

Jenny lead the team that won the prestigious Inglis Best Presented Draft in 2012 acknowledged annually at the Inglis Premier Sale. 

FINTAN BUTLER - Pre-training & Spelling Manager Nagambie

After spending time traveling around the globe, Fintan landed in Nagambie around five years ago and has hardly left since!

After a good grounding working under trainer Pat Cannon at our Nagambie property, Fintan was promoted to his new role and has taken to it like a duck to water.

Fintan is popular around town and has adapted to playing AFL at Nagambie after years of playing gaelic football in his home country Ireland.

A tireless worker Fintan loves his horses and his passion for them can be seen in the care he pours into them.

Fintan's goals in life include breeding a Group 1 winner and to perfect the drop punt!