Breeding and training racehorses of the finest bloodlines
Goldin Farms, formerly Lindsay Park Stud, is an esteemed 1257.5-acre horse breeding and training ground in South Australia. Established in 1965 by legendary Australian trainer Colin Hayes AM OBE, it is a world-class breeding and training complex that today draws accolades from industry experts the world over. With a long tradition and an established reputation for breeding and training racehorses of the finest bloodlines, it is an ideal equine environment for breeding and training.
For over 70 years the fourth generation stud, Kambula, is home to one of South Australia’s leading thoroughbred farms. Nestled between the coast and golden cropping region of the Yorke Peninsula, Kambula is home to over 1100 acres of land, accommodating both the 30 strong list of broodmares and a variety of crops.
Kambula has boldly tipped its traditional yearling selling model on its head, now taking its whole draft of weanlings up to the annual Magic Millions Gold Coast Sale each May. This year’s draft is made up of leading sires from the Hunter Valley and Victoria.
Located only 90 minutes from the Adelaide, Kambula opens its gates to any potential buyers to inspect this year’s progeny, and looks forward to continuing the family owned and ran tradition for many years to come.
10,000 acres of beautiful Limestone Coast
Mill Park Stud is located in the upper south east of South Australia, close to the world renowned Coorong National Park. The farm consists of 10,000 acres of undulating limestone based country with renovated lucerne and veldt grass pastures.
The horse enterprise has been established on 2,000 acres with an average paddock size of 40-50 acres. Our low stocking rate of 1 horse per 8-10 acres enables a natural free range upbringing which we believe is part of the successful raising of competitive racehorses. Apart from our breeding operation we also spell racehorses for some of the leading South Australian trainers.
The family also owns a 300 acre irrigated lucerne property in Meningie which allows the supply of consistently high quality fodder to the farm.