Under Suspicion (Dubious x Miss Barwick)

Price Upon Request

Brisbane | Syndicates/Race Horse Shares | Gelding

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Ice Pick Nick (Frosted x Tramell)

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Western Australia | Tried Horse | Gelding

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Caracoron (Mongolian Khan x Invermoray)

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New South Wales | Tried Horse | Gelding

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Shamus Award x Skyline Blush

Price Upon Request

Country Victoria | Yearling | Gelding

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Dodi (Dissident x Promenades)

$2,200

Region | Syndicates/Race Horse Shares | Gelding

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Super Seth x Corinthia

Price Upon Request

Melbourne | Unraced | Gelding

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Darci Brahma x Flourishing

$2,200

Victoria | Syndicates/Race Horse Shares | Gelding

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D'argento x Nadawaat

$1,650

South Australia | Ready to Run 2yr/3yr Olds | Gelding

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Inference x The Queens Reward

$2,250

South Australia | Ready to Run 2yr/3yr Olds | Gelding

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The Prophets Hand (Inference x Keep To The River)

$2,100

South Australia | Ready to Run 2yr/3yr Olds | Gelding

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A gelding racehorse is a male horse that has been castrated before reaching sexual maturity. This process, known as gelding, involves removing the horse’s testicles, which eliminates the production of testosterone and reduces the horse’s aggressive behaviour.

Geldings are often considered more even-tempered and easier to handle than stallions, which can make them more suitable for certain types of riding and competition. They can also be more focused and easier to train, making them a popular choice for many riders and trainers.

In horse racing, geldings are often successful competitors due to their calm demeanor and ability to focus on the race. They are also generally less expensive to maintain than stallions, as they do not require special care or accommodations for breeding. Overall, geldings are a popular choice for many equestrians and can make excellent competitors in a variety of disciplines.