KITCHWIN HILLS

Kitchwin Hills has laid its foundations on the rolling hills and limestone enriched pastures of the Isis Valley in the Upper Hunter Region. As the only Thoroughbred operation situated in this captivating valley, we firmly believe that the track record of this country in continuously producing winners of some of Australia’s biggest races, gives breeders to our stallions a genuine advantage.

Kitchwin’s yearling property was originally purchased by Ray and Di Brown in 1993. The property was named in honour of a great man Kitchener, and his fiercely determined wife, Winifred Bridges. Kitch and Win had cultivated their much-loved reputation on an unwavering belief in the principles of honesty and trust, values that remain the cornerstone of how Kitchwin Hills conducts business to this day.

Kitchwin has been home to multiple Group 1 winners, stakes horses, and group winners, including winners of prestigious races such as The Melbourne Cup, The Everest, The Myer Classic, All Ages Stakes, The Golden Slipper, Magic Millions 2YO & 3YO races, and many more.

Stallions

News From The Paddock

Graff’s First Yearlings Head to the Sales Ring

Graff’s First Yearlings Head to the Sales Ring

As the Gold Coast Magic Millions sales begin tomorrow, Kitchwin Hills is ecstatic to have the yearlings of our very own first-season sire, Graff, head through the sales ring. Book 1 of the Gold Coast Magic Millions 2024 features an impressive lineup, showcasing four...

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Is this your Nature Strip moment?

Is this your Nature Strip moment?

As the conclusion of the breeding season swiftly approaches, owners find themselves at a crossroads, contemplating whether to continue exploring the possibility of a 2024 foal or give up for the season. For decades, breeders have stood their ground on the commonly...

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Dubious relocates to Kitchwin Hills

Dubious relocates to Kitchwin Hills

In partnership with shareholders, Kitchwin Hills are thrilled to announce that the exciting son of Not A Single Doubt in Dubious will return to his birthplace of Kitchwin Hills to stand at stud in the Hunter Valley.  This extremely well-sort after Group 2 winner, has...

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