Welcome to Phoebe Standardbreds and Sheep Studs

Originally founded in 1994 at our “Home” in Cheviot, Phoebe Stud is now based in Broadfield. We have however still retained some of our original Cheviot property. Horses, sheep and some cattle are run between both properties . All stock thrive in a predominantly hot dry climate with plenty of scope!!

Standardbred Breeding

Stallions standing at stud

Royal Aspirations 2 yr olds make an early impression qualifying at Ashburton on 19/11/19

Latest Phoebe Bred Winner

Experia NZ winning at Menangle Country Club 31/08/20 Race 1
click on image below to view the video of the win

Phoebe rams take top honours at 2017 & 2018 Christchurch Shows
No of Wins for Horses Bred by Phoebe Stud

Total: 166

2019/20 Season

Total: 11

2020/21 Season

Total: 2
To Date


Phoebe Onyx has just come back into work after a brief break. He will be aimed at Cup week racing and should be able to progress through the grades this season. Phoebe Imperial has had a few issues in recent weeks but is back racing this week, not his ideal distance and he should improve as he gains in fitness over the coming weeks.
Our grand old producer Juverna looks set to add to her tally of 9 winners to date, over the coming weeks....Allaboutthemoment will line up this week at Menangle, she has been sent over from the Hope stable with the view of producing a fast time to enhance her broodmare potential.

Imperial Count
Continues to chalk up the winners from his 2 small Aussie crops...The last couple of weeks has seen plenty of runners for him with wins by Imperial Whizz(2), Everybodylovesme and Countess Chiron. Whos Countin, Keayang Livana and Belmac Bambi have run some nice placings and look set to boost Imperial Counts stats in the coming weeks.

Royal Aspirations:
Royal Pride has been doing a super job without saluting the judge as yet. He has run second at his last 2 starts and a win is not far away. This 3yr crop looks to be very strong and has been dominated by the progeny of Muscle Hill, Love You and Father Patrick, but both Royal Pride and Royal Del have shown themselves to be very competitive........if you haven't got 10 to 15 thousand to throw at your mare, why wouldn't you go to Royal Aspirations at just $1500.....and know you are likely to get something that will prove competitive at the very least!!!

His first foals will arrive in a few weeks, we look forward to that!!!.....he deserves his chance at stud and for those wanting to remember how tough he was go to his page and check out the videos of his 2 Group 1 wins.

December will see us into ram selling again, they are coming along nicely considering it has been a difficult autumn/winter for feed. Our first decent number of Beltex/suffolks will be available, we are really loving what we are seeing from this cross and think they have huge potential....low birth weight, but very vigorous, makes them an ideal terminal option particularly for "set Stock" situations.

Suffolk Rams Available for Private Sale