Welcome to Ridgeview Park Thoroughbred Stud :: VIC

Ridgeview Park is family owned and operated by Phil and Fiona Sloane having over 30 years experience in the thoroughbred industry. We provide a high quality personalised service for your broodmare, weanling, yearling or racehorse.

We are situated approximately 30km North East of Bendigo in the thoroughbred heart of Victoria in an area proven to be an ideal climate for the breeding and growing out of horses. A picturesque 350 acres of productive versatile country comprising of 23 tree lane paddocks, all with horse safe electric or post and rail fencing. We are 2hrs from Melbourne via the Northern and Hume Highways and approximately 1hr to all major Studs.

Ridgeview Park offers agistment, breeding and stallion services, foaling down, weaning and yearling sale preparation as well as walk-on's to other Studs at very competitive prices!

Our aim is to achieve the best results for our clients right from conception through to yearling sales or the racetrack.

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Looking for some quality care for your Broodmare

Looking for some quality care for your Broodmare

Feb 20, 2019 https://www.facebook.com/thoroughbredracingmagazine.com.au/videos/418245178920505/
Onemorenomore Flying for Ridgeview (Breednet)

Onemorenomore Flying for Ridgeview (Breednet)

Jun 06, 2017 Barely a week goes by without Ridgeview Park Stud's Onemorenomore being represented by at least one winner - in fact since the start of the year the reliably consistent stallion
Maryore tops off huge month for Ridgeview Park Sire (TBV)

Maryore tops off huge month for Ridgeview Park Sire (TBV)

Apr 11, 2017 It was yet another great month for Ridgeview Park Stud’s Onemorenomore, the in-form stallion represented by 12 winners including talented mare Maryore, Saturday’s winner of
Onemorenomore's One More Honey Toughs It Out In Sweet Embrace Stakes (Breednet)

Onemorenomore's One More Honey Toughs It Out In Sweet Embrace Stakes (Breednet)

Feb 25, 2017 Mark Smith - Saturday, 25 February 2017A deteriorating track drenched by constant rain played into the hands of John Thompson's tough Onemorenomore filly One More Honey in
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