"Elvis" & "Tarzan" will be at APG Yearling Sale At Sydney
On its 2nd year, Clarinda Park Horses will be bringing 2 of its yearlings to Sydney for the APG Yearling Sale on the 26th of February. With 1 more week to go before the sale in Randwick, we gave these 2 colts a good shower, and had their photos taken without any make-up on nor dye -- just a good old fashion wash & brush ;)
Clarinda Park Horses started its operation in Parkes NSW on May 2015 when Tony Dumesny decided to give horse breeding one more shot. The Dumesny family has been involved with harness breeding and racing industry for generations. They were operating the Ruby Vale Stables, well-known stud farm back in the days. It was unfortunate that it had to be closed down early 2000. But Tony Dumesny went back to Parkes to continue the family tradition and involvement in harness breeding and racing industry. With years of experience as horse breeder, trainer, driver, owner, stud master, importer, volunteer, and club official, Mr Dumesny has established CLARINDA PARK HORSES.
At Clarinda Park Horses, we give name to the foals born (and also to the horses being broken in).
"ELVIS" was the first foal born at Clarinda Park farm on the 17th of September 2015. He is the son of "ARocknroll Dance" and "Gloria Lombo".
Now standing at about 15-hands, "Elvis" grown up not so bad. He got a wide chest, and pretty good length on him.
"Gloria Lombo" ($104,074 1.58.2) has already produced winners with best mile rate below 2.00. And "Elvis" is the first foal Tony Dumesny bred out of "Gloria Lombo".
"Tarzan" was bred by Dubbo-based Eugene Bennetts, who is a good friend of Tony. Tarzan is by "Art Major" x "Esther Jane" ($48,200 1:57.5).
MORE Photos are available in our Clarinda Park Horses Facebook Page and in the Yearlings Preparation 2017 section of our Clarinda Park Horses website.
Clarinda Park Horses breeds is a horse breeding farm located in Parkes, New South Wales. Clarinda Park Horses has a number of services such as:
- horse breeding
- horse breaking-in
- mare foaling down
Photos of the horses were taken by Clarinda Park Photography.