Kitchwin Hills Blog

The latest news from the paddock and the farmhouse

Third winner for Sooboog!

Birdsville gifts Sooboog with his 3rd winner! With Luke Nolen in the saddle, Birdsville was last into stride. With no jockey willing to go anywhere near the inside, Birdsville was gifted an uninterrupted passage along the rail. He ploughed through the heavy going in the straight to defeat Turnstar (Star Turn) by one and a […]

Sooboog Off The Mark!

Following a fighting second at Warwick Farm on December 9, Jessica Rabbit was at short-odds to open her winning account over 1200m at Doomben on Wednesday, which she achieved with the minimum of fuss to ring up the first winner for Kitchwin Hills Sooboog.

Whitby Vs. Breeders!

How the deal works and what you need to do! Send a maiden mare to Sooboog in September at $13,200inc GST. If Sooboog doesn’t have a 2yo winner before December 31st 2020, then Max Whitby will pay your full-service fee for you. If Sooboog does have a 2yo winner before December 31st 2020, then the […]

**Foal Watch Position**

Kitchwin Hills Thoroughbred Stud based in Gundy NSW is seeking (2) experienced foal watch attendants for the upcoming 2020 foaling season. The successful applicants will be engaged for a fixed term contract, with the potential for a full-time position post foaling season. Roster to be job share arrangement which will be negotiable with the successful […]

From The Paddock

The frustration of some big race placings for Kitchwin Hills graduates was overcome last weekend conquering The Everest, now is the Melbourne Cup double a possibility? Read more in From The Paddock//

Vale Dane Shadow

The horse that put Kitchwin Hills stallion operation on the map Dane Shadow has passed away overnight due long-term health battles. A stallion who exploded on the scene, he produced four Group 1 winners including superstar filly Red Tracer, as well as Hurtle Myrtle, Shellscrape & Shadows in the Sun. “It’s been a pretty sad […]