Rangal Park Stud consists of 530 acres of highly fertile sandy loam soil situated in the heart of the North East region of Victoria. Home to some of Australia's finest thoroughbred studs, the area is renowned for producing champion stallions and broodmares and has an ideal climate for breeding and rearing quality racehorses. The region is well supported by equine services including; veterinary, farriers, feed merchants and transport companies.

Rangal Park Stud which backs onto Seven Creeks has a three road frontage with made roads to the front and rear. With treed laneways creating wind breaks and Red Gum and Yellow Box trees in the paddocks up to 200 years old, there is ample shade for horses in the summer months. Our paddocks vary in size from one acre to 80 acres, giving young horses plenty of room to mature.

Facilities at the stud include a six box stallion barn, nine stallion day yards constructed from safe, secure and forgiving cattle rail, a 34 box stable complex, large eight horse walking machine, a lunging ring, foaling down complex with three super sized loose boxes, vet room and serving barn.

Purchased by the current owners in January 1991 and renamed from Napier Park Stud to Rangal Park Stud, the first yearlings were marketed in 1994. Although the first crop of yearlings numbered six, it did not take long for the Stakes winners and performers to appear including; Lord Jim, Big Rory, Dolvite, Skymaker, Mavourtrice, Cafe Strip, Polish Native (Raphael’s Gold), Northeast Sheila, Sally Magic, Lady Elsie, Dashing Granada, Kablammo, Satin Robes, Down Under Boy, Industrious, Flash Trick, Flash Coupe, Jacqueline Rouge, Kid Marco and The Annihilator which were all bred from Rangal Park Stud mares. (See Stud Success page)

Stallions standing at Rangal Park Stud are Ne Coupez Pas, Danerich and Keltrice. Rangal Park Stud is the majority owner of Keltrice and Danerich and the sole owner of Ne Coupez Pas which not only provides support for these stallions but also provides security to the stud and the Victorian breeding industry