About Us

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.

Stallions currently standing at Rangal Park Stud are Boom Time and Danerich. Past stallions to stand successfully at Rangal Park Stud are Ne Coupez Pas, Keltrice and Palace Music who is buried at Rangal Park Stud. This Champion Stallion is remembered fondly by all who worked with him and cared for him in his retirement. R.I.P. PAL (April 1981 – January 2008).

Stallion Honors

Ne Coupez Pas
2005/2006 Champion Victorian First Season Sire

Ne Coupez Pas
2006/2007 Champion Victorian Second Season Sire

Palace Music
2002/2003 Champion Victorian Broodmare Sire

Palace Music
2005/2006 Champion Victorian Broodmare Sire

Our Stallions

BOOM TIMEBay 2011 16.2HH
Group 1 winner Boom Time has retired to Victoria’s Rangal Park to commence his stud career. Group 1 and dual stakes winner and multiple stakes placed. Winner of 8 races from 1,600m – 2,500m and over $2.5m in prize money.
DANERICHBay 2002 16.2HH
Danerich (Danehill – Millrich) stood his first season at stud in 2007 and is by the immortal sire Danehill and out of the Group 3 winning and Golden Slipper placed Millrich (by Rubiton) Danerich will be one of the last sons of Danehill to go to stud.