Valentia

The Paella, The Hotpot and the Goulash

By |2020-06-01T07:14:24+00:00June 1st, 2020|Cornerstone Stud News, News, Valentia|

THE PAELLA, THE HOTPOT & THE GOULASH The history of the Paella is much like the history of the Yorkshire Hotpot or the Hungarian Goulash.  It’s a peasant’s meal that utilises local ingredients and leftovers to create a dish that can happily feed a hungry family returning from the fields. The Paella originated from Valencia

2020 Service Fees

By |2020-05-18T02:28:43+00:00May 17th, 2020|Ambidexter, Cornerstone Stud News, News, Sir Prancealot, Valentia|

2020 Service Fee Announcement Cornerstone Stud has been South Australia’s Premier Stallion Station for nearly two decades and our commitment to the State’s breeders remains strong. Consequently AMBIDEXTER, SIR PRANCEALOT and VALENTIA will have their services fees for 2020 reduced by 25% to encourage local breeders to engage with a history that is steeped in success.

FAYERRA flying the Valentia Flag

By |2020-04-16T23:05:12+00:00April 16th, 2020|Cornerstone Stud News, News, Valentia|

The continuation of racing could have a significant upside for VALENTIA as soon as this Saturday. The Anthony Cummings-trained filly Fayerra contests the G1 Champagne S. this Saturday and was bred at the famous South Australian farm and is by Cornerstone's first year stallion, Valentia. She has proven herself a tough and consistent filly through her 2-year-old campaign,

2019 Cornerstone Stud Stallion Fees

By |2019-04-10T06:39:59+00:00April 10th, 2019|Ambidexter, Cornerstone Stud News, Free Eagle, News, Sir Prancealot, Valentia, Zebedee|

As we move from yearling sales to weanling sales it s time to start planning our matings for the upcoming season. With that in mind it is with great pleasure that we can announce our service fees for 2019. With young stars by Free Eagle, Valentia and Zebedee stepping into stables right around the

Hayes: South Australian Breeding Industry Is At A Massive Crossroads

By |2018-11-05T00:31:47+00:00November 4th, 2018|Cornerstone Stud News, News, Valentia|

The famous Hayes family could be forced to permanently cut ties with South Australian thoroughbred racing, ending a decades-long dynasty started by Hall of Fame trainer Colin, if the state government does not answer a call for action over returns to the industry generated by the point of consumption (PoC) tax. The South Australian

Cornerstone Stud Is Looking For A Vet

By |2018-10-09T22:42:45+00:00October 8th, 2018|Cornerstone Stud News, News, Valentia|

Cornerstone Stud is looking for a full-time veterinarian to oversee all aspects of the commercial family owned thoroughbred stud. Working alongside our dedicated team you will be responsible for the reproductive vet work during the stud season while managing the ongoing veterinary needs of all growing stock, broodmares and stallions on the property. We

Valentia Yearlings Impress At Sale Inspections

By |2018-09-21T07:14:50+00:00September 21st, 2018|Cornerstone Stud News, News, Valentia|

With Inglis and Magic Millions doing the rounds inspecting yearlings across Australia it is often the first season sires that garner the most attention. Valentia, the Group 2 winning son of Fastnet Rock, impressed judges at the 2018 weanling sales with pinhookers snapping up the majority of the foals on offer. The resultant yearlings

Stallions Shine At 2018 Open Day

By |2018-07-31T00:59:59+00:00July 31st, 2018|Ambidexter, Cornerstone Stud News, Free Eagle, News, Sir Prancealot, Valentia, Zebedee|

With over 150 in attendance the sun came out right on cue on Sunday as Ambidexter walked into the parade ring for Cornerstone Stud's Open Day. Ambidexter, Zebedee, Sir Prancealot and Valentia were the stars of the show with Free Eagle currently back on route from the Irish National Stud. Cornerstone Stud principle Sam

Valentia Turns Heads at Magic Millions

By |2018-06-12T03:15:01+00:00May 21st, 2018|Cornerstone Stud News, News, Valentia|

The emergence of quality Fastnet Rock sire sons such as Hinchinbrook, Foxwedge, Smart Missile and Your Song has not been lost on Sam Hayes and his team at Cornerstone Stud, who are looking to build on that success with their top class young sire Valentia. Bought from the Magic Millions for $1.35 million by