Tremon Stud became a leading purchaser at the January 2015 Magic Millions yearling sale with the regally bred Redoute’s Choice – Flavoured filly to be named HONESTY PREVAILS. At her debut on 30th January 2016 she won the Widden Stakes Gr3 and in the same short preparation she is third at Gr2 and fifth in the Gr1 Golden Slipper before being spelled for the 2016 3YO spring classics.
Tremon Stud sells the top priced trotter at the 2010 APG Melbourne Gold Sale. Inseminated, raised, prepared and sold from our property produced from our multiple GR1 mare SKYE ROCKET, our SUNDON colt was sold to leading New Zealand trainer Mark Purdon.
Tremon Stud sells our first standardbred at the 2008 APG Gold Sale. Inseminated, raised, prepared and sold from our property from our stakes winning mare NIGHTN GEORGIA, our Grinfromeartoear filly was sold to prominent Victorian trainer Emma Stewart. This was our first sale of a Tremon Stud homebred and at $27,000 we achieved almost double the average for the sale.
Racing as ROCKNROLLA she has proved to be an exceptional 2YO who in her first preparation has won 8 of her 10 starts including the Group 1 – 2YO Fillies VICBRED Final at Tabcorp Park on July 10, 2009. This is a great start to the new beginnings at Tremon Stud.
To cap off her outstanding year, ROCKNROLLA was crowned Harness Racing Victoria’s 2YO Pacing Filly of the year for 2008/2009.
To cap off yet another outstanding year, ROCKNROLLA was crowned Harness Racing Victoria’s 3YO Pacing Filly of the year for 2009/2010.
Tremon Thoroughbreds topped the sales at the 2007 Great Southern Thoroughbred Sale.
We received $245,000 to secure our home bred “CHICAGO WONDER” a Bluebird (USA) half-sister to Hong Kong Group One winner JEUNE KING PRAWN and dual Listed winner CREATIVE PLAN during the final session of The William Inglis & Son Great Southern Sale. Chicago Wonder’s weanling, a colt by Flying Spur topped the weanling sale session, selling for $240,000 to Ascot Farm of New Zealand.
Tremon Thoroughbreds home bred “CREATIVE PLAN”, our bay filly by Flying Spur from our mare Western Chorus becomes the first multiple stakes winner for our newly formed racing partnership. Bred and raised by our farm she takes all before her. Racing on Cox Plate day, Melbourne Cup day and Sandown Classic day 2004, our filly won the Eliza Park Stakes (LR), Twilight Glow Stakes (LR) and second by only a short head in the Great Western Stakes (LR) in only her second preparation.
Tremon Thoroughbreds bred and sold as yearlings the following racetrack stakes winning millionaires, JEUNE KING PRAWN, OVATION, CHEERS WIN
Tremon Thoroughbreds raised at our Diggers Rest property “MILKSHAKE” the 2002 winner of the Adelaide Magic Millions.
Tremon Thoroughbreds bred and sold our bay colt by DANEHILL-WESTERN CHORUS(NZ) from our mare Western Chorus as a yearling at Magic Millions 1999 for $275,000. Racing as JEUNE KING PRAWN he proved an excitement machine, winning his first five races in succession and provided us with our first GR1 winner. April 21, 2002 at Sha Tin, our colt WON over 1600 metres in The Champions Mile GR1. At this time our colt becomes the highest stakes winning colt sold from the Magic Millions sales venue.
Tremon Thoroughbreds racing fillies PERFECTA and MRS MIYAGI finish first and second ( a quinella for us ) over 1400 metres for 3YO fillies at Flemington on August 13, 2000.
Tremon Thoroughbreds bred and sold TERRITORIAL at Magic Millions 1998 for $50,000, the inaugural winner of the Tommy Smith Slipper (LR); our colt was the leading stakes winner for his sire Marauding in the 1998-99 season.
Tremon Thoroughbreds bred and sold as yearlings, and representing us overseas with distinction are 1997 Macau champion SMILEY KING, 1999 stakes winner and highly promising MARINE ACADEMY in South Africa, and the exciting millionaires in Hong Kong OVATION, CHEERS WIN and Hong Kong champion JEUNE KING PRAWN.
Tremon Thoroughbreds has been a leading vendor at the major Australian sales since 1996. At the 1996 Sydney Easter Sales, we sold the second highest priced colt, by Danehill from the imported Alleged mare Tale of Intrigue (USA), for $560,000; this colt raced in the Bart Cummings stables as SPYING. GR3 winner of Clipsal Newmarket Hcp on March 29, 2000 and multiple stakes placed, and an unlucky fourth in 1997 GR1 Spring Champion Stakes, and the Australian Cup GR1 over 2000 metres, on March 8 1999.