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Lindsay Park Renamed Cornerstone Stud

Tuesday, 10th May 2011

Signifying "the start of a new era for the famous South Australian thoroughbred nursery Lindsay Park Stud", co-owners Sam Hayes & Darren Thomas announced the business will be re-named Cornerstone Stud. The re-branding comes 3 years after Sam Hayes & Thomas purchased the stud business from David Hayes in July 2008. Sam Hayes explained: "There is a great deal of history & esteem attached to the Lindsay Park name, but equally there was always an element of misunderstanding within the industry. The new name will help to generate some clarity around our business & the services we provide for our clients. The vision we have for Cornerstone is to continue building on the quality of our stallion roster & the quality of our broodmare band, in association with our clients. It is a team effort. Building long term partnerships with leading thoroughbred breeders both locally & internationally is central to our plan." Cornerstone Stud's 2011 stallion roster is:

  • $25,000 Hussonet (Mr Prospector-Sacahuista, by Raja Baba) new
  • $11,000 Good Journey (Nureyev-Chimes of Freedom, by Private Account) down 16.7%
  • $9,900 Reaan (Hussonet-Ribe, by Danehill) down 18.2%
  • $6,050 Shrewd Rhythm (Danehill Dancer-Balcanny, by Canny Lad) new
  • $6,050 Barely A Moment (Gilded Time-Lady Danna, by Danehill) down 50%
  • $4,950 De Beers (Quest For Fame-Chimeara, by Danehill) down 10%
  • POA Face Value (Red Ransom-Freckled Face, by Polish Patriot) last year $5,500
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