The dual Group 1 winner Russian Camelot (Ire) and brilliant sprinter Doubtland will debut at the official launch of Widden Stud Victoria and its first Open Day this Sunday.
It was only a month ago that Widden Stud announced it would be taking over the former Eliza Park property near Kerrie in Victoria, and true to the word of Antony Thompson at the time, the roster expansion has come quickly with the announcement of two new recruits.
The exceptionally talented Russian Camelot secured two Group 1 victories in an 11 start career and he will be joined by precocious sprinter Doubtland at the Victorian property.
Russian Camelot will stand at $22,000 (inc GST), while Doubtland will launch his career at $16,500 (inc GST). Widden have also announced that shares and lifetime breeding rights are being offered.
“We’re aiming to build a sustainable commercial roster of sires for the Victorian market that can satisfy the needs of a wide range of breeders and in Russian Camelot and Doubtland we have two outstanding prospects,” said Widden Stud owner and proprietor Antony Thompson.