The Australian horse racing legacy continues in Luskin Park in the Hunter Valley with the Warwick Farm-based horse trainer Matthew Blacksmith
and his wife Melissa Purchase of the trophy stud in Luskintyre.
The 46 hectare property on the banks of the Hunter River via Sam Triggs and Richie Inglis is believed to have been sold by Inglis Rural Property for $ 2.5 to 3 million.
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The award included the entire stock of bloodstocks from 30 broodmares, breed mares and weanings owned by Paul Whelan, the longest serving whole blood owner of the NSW Police Minister.
Mr. Smith said he was attracted to the property because it is near Sydney, where he will be based.
“We are not planning to move from Warwick Farm. It is more of a property that complements our Sydney racing team,” said the coach of the Japanese-born, European-led Fierce Impact, the Cox Plate and Winx Stakes are contenders . “It means that we can spell or rest our horses anywhere on the farm.
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“And it will enable us to return to nature more often.”
The Whelan family launched the landmark after Paul Whelan’s death from cancer last year.
The renowned horse estate is the birthplace of several Australian masters, including Golden Slipper winner Luskin Star and Foxwedge.
The property consists of a four bedroom, three bathroom homestead with a recently renovated kitchen, office, refrigerator, porch, ground floor pool and four car carport. There is also a separate one bedroom apartment on the property.
– With additional reporting from Mercedes Maguire
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