Twin Hills Stud listed by Godolphin

Jonathan ChancellorJuly 31, 20160 min read

The thoroughbred breeding and horseracing empire Godolphin has listed Twin Hills race horse stud farm near Cootamundra in the NSW Riverina.

It has been listed by William Inglis director, Jamie Inglis and property sales manager Sam Triggs.

Twin Hills is 380km from Sydney and around 9km from the regional centre of Cootamundra.

It offers 8 houses and cottages along with its five bedroom Twin Hills homestead, and a Howard Tanner-designed stallion barn

It acquired the 1011-hectare property as part of a $500 million deal to buy the Ingham poultry family's Woodlands racing empire in 2008. 

"The Twin Hills Stud Farm has played an important part in Godolphin's success over the years and so the decision to sell has not been taken lightly," said managing director of Godolphin in Australia, Henry Plumptre.

"However, as our operations are increasingly focused on the Hunter Valley, Sydney and Central Victoria, the location of Twin Hills makes it difficult to consolidate our operations around our other significant landholdings.

"Ultimately, this will have no impact on the horses as the time they previously spent at Twin Hills will now be spent at other properties."

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of Australia's most respected property journalists, having been at the top of the game since the early 1980s. Jonathan co-founded the property industry website Property Observer and has written for national and international publications.
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