Headline by last seasonís juvenile Group 1 producing sire Ad Valorem, Cangon Stud Farm is very excited about the season ahead that will see the Dungong-based farm stand four stallions.


An impressive victory by Capital Gains in the Group 1 JJ Atkins Stakes (1600m) during the Brisbane Winter Carnival, saw the spotlight firmly focused on AD VALOREM, the Group 1-winning and now producing son of the almighty Danzig.

With 14 stakes winners under his belt which includes include Group 2 winners Free Wheeling, Meliora, Pied A Terre and Morton's Fork, Ad Valorem is standing at a fee of $4,400 (inc. GST).

Standing at the same fee is DUBLEO, the Group 2-winning son of More Than Ready's sire Southern Halo looks an exciting proposition.


As the sire of six stakes performers highlighted by the tough, Group 2-winning mare Two Blue, Dubleo has a very respectable 66% winners to runners ratio and you can be guaranteed that his progeny are tough and consistent.

A son of global stallion Choisir, stakes winner CHOISTAR will stand at $2,200 (Inc. GST). From just 20 runners, 12 have finished in the money, highlighted by eight individual winners.


A stakes-winning 2YO of the Listed AJC Fernhill Hcp over 1600m by a whopping 5-lengths Choistar notched two wins and two seconds from only seven starts during his juvenile campaign. In the same season he was runner-up to Carrara in the Listed BTC Doomben Slipper over 1350m and fourth placed in the G1 QTC TJ Smith Classic over 1600m.

The final of the quartet standing at Cangon Stud Farm this season is the impeccably bred RHINEBECK.

Standing at FOA, Rhinebeck is an unraced son of Champion Sire Encosta de Lago, out of the Group 1-winning Danehill mare Aqua DíAmore. What more could you ask for!


For any further information on any of Cangon Stud Farm's stallions, please contact Jock Mackay on 0417 674 885 or you the contact form here.


Office: 02 4992 1231
Mobile: 0417 674 885
Email: jock@cangonstudfarm.com.au