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Bell View Park Stud Pty Ltd
Phone: (02) 4446 0999
Fax: (02) 4446 0435
Email: info@bellviewparkstud.com.au
ACN: 61119605444
112 Bells Lane, Meroo Meadow
P.O. Box 392
Berry, NSW 2535















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11/5/20 - 100% Clearance Rate For Bell View Park

In what was a fairly difficult sale to trade horses in Bell View Park managed to sell all six mares it had entered for the Inglis Chairman's Sale at an average of just under $220,000. Here is a list of the results:

Lot 23 Windradyne: $200,000 to Newgate Bloodstock
Lot 36 Collection Privee: $180,000 to EPS Investments
Lot 77 Viviette: $150,000 to Paul Willetts Bloodstock Consultancy
Lot 79 Fine Scent: $210,000 to McKeever Bloodstock / Watership Down Stud
Lot 80 Golden Hooves (Pictured): $300,000 to Boutique Thoroughbreds / Cunningham Thoroughbreds / Paul Willetts Bloodstock
Lot 81 Hot Dipped: $270,000 to Sheamus Mills Bloodstock / Longwood Thoroughbred Farm

We wish all the buyers of our mares the best of luck with their purchases.




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5/5/20 - Chairman's Sale Mares Ready

Bell View Park has six high quality mares on offer in the upcoming Inglis Chairman's Sale this Friday. Here are some details about each mare:

Lot 23 Windradyne (Pictured): A lovely strong, attractive sprinting type who made 550k guineas as a yearling. She is a half sister to champion European sprinter Sole Power and comes from an active family. She offered in foal to The Autumn Sun who complements her very nicely.

Lot 36 Collection Privee: A high quality daughter of Frankel who made 300k guineas as a yearling. She's by arguably the greatest current sire in the world and is out of a full sister to 3 times champion US sire Tapit. She offered in foal to hot stallion Not A Single Doubt and is one of only 94 mares covered by him at his last season at stud.

Lot 77 Viviette: A very attractive and well balanced daughter of the outstanding sire, Invincible Spirit. She is from a great family that has produced a number of outstanding racehorses and stallions, including Australian G1 winner, Hot Snitzel. The family is also very active with a recent metropolitan winner and stakes performer in her first dam. Viviette is offered in foal to the exciting son of Snitzel, Trapeze Artist.

Lot 79 Fine Scent: An athletic, attractive stakes placed daughter of All Too Hard. She is a half sister to Golden Slipper winner Polar Success and comes from an outstanding, progressive family. It is also an extremely profitable sales family with 16 yearlings under the first dam selling for in excess of $200,000, with highs of $460,000, $500,000, $600,000 and $650,000 (twice). Fine Scent is offered in foal to the unbeaten US triple crown winner Justify. 

Lot 80 Golden Hooves: A classy winning daughter of Frankel who has let down into a lovely mare. She is a full sister to G3 winning and Breeders Cup placed juvenile East, who was purchased privately last year as a racing and breeding prospect by Northern Farm’s Katsumi Yoshida. This is also the family of champion Australian 3yo filly Atlantic Jewel and recent Group 1 winner I Am Excited. Golden Hooves is offered in foal to outstanding sire Pierro.

Lot 81: Hot Dipped: A strong, athletic stakes winning 2yo and 3yo daughter of Written Tycoon. Hot Dipped was a genuine racehorse winning 8 races of her 14 career starts from 1100m to 2100m on good and soft ground. She was a very precocious 2yo winning her first three career starts by a combined margin of 13 lengths. Hot Dipped is offered in foal to the exciting son of Snitzel, Trapeze Artist.

For additional information about each mare, please click on the Mares Sales section of our website. You will find pedigrees, race records, photos, videos, mare heights and breeding certificates etc.

The draft is now available for inspection at Brett and Rachael Howard's Glenesk Thoroughbreds which is located at Mt Vincent in the lower Hunter Valley. To organise an inspection phone Brett Howard on 0403 037 773.


14/2/20 - Barinka Produces Inglis Millennium Winner

Two year old Starspangledbanner gelding Prime Star won the $2 million Inglis Millennium race at Warwick Farm for trainers Richard and Michael Freedman and jockey Tom Marquand.

Bell View Park sold Prime Star's G1 winning dam Barinka (Pictured) at the 2016 Inglis Australian Broodmare Sale to Randwick Bloodstock and Chris Lawlor's Ausbred for $130,000. 

Chris Lawlor bred Prime Star and remains in the ownership along with the China Horse Club and many other syndicate members.

To view Prime Star's pedigree, click on the link below.


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