Horse trainer Clarry Conners sells Warwick Farm stables Victory Lodge

Horse trainer Clarry Conners sells Warwick Farm stables Victory Lodge
Horse trainer Clarry Conners sells Warwick Farm stables Victory Lodge

Victory Lodge, the Warwick Farm stables of the Golden Slipper-winning trainer Clarry Conners and wife Maree has sold prior to auction.

All four of Conners Golden Slipper winners, Tierce, Burst, Prowl and Belle du Jour, were trained at the stables. 

The couple, who live on site at the property, no longer has enough horses to fill the 23 stable complex. He says he's down to about 14 to 15 horses at a time.

Horse trainer Clarry Conners sells Warwick Farm stables Victory Lodge

He said if he needed to he could keep horses at the nearby stables of his horse trainer son Marc.

Victory Lodge was named after Conners first Group One winner Victory Prince.  

The property at 10 Hope Street, Warwick Farm was offered by CBRE agents Tom Rourke, Alex Mirzaian and Andrew Sukkar.

They said the 2,860 sqm property, across the road from the Warwick Farm Raceway and metres away from the under-road tunnel that leads to the track, has potential to be subdivided in to four titles.

There are 23 stables, a nine-horse walker, feed room, 16 tonne feed silo and two one bedroom flats.

 

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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