The wait is finally over for this immensely popular first season sire who has bought plenty of excitement to Swettenham Stud.

When bloodstock experts John Foote and Angus Gold talk about top stallions, it pays to listen to their opinions.

It was a tough start to Trust In Gust’s stud career with the dual Group 1 winner being in the paddock for a year before fronting up for duty.

Quite simply, Toronado is the stallion everyone wants. In what is perhaps a little bit bitter-sweet, Swettenham Stud would love

The Group 1 Hong Kong Cup winner kicked off the year with a two year-old Stakes winner, courtesy of Jyoti and father- son training team,

Long-time horse breeder Adam Sangster knows all about the thrill of being trackside, but says something that never loses any excitement is the arrival of a new stallion.

Racetrack success is the recurring theme as leading Victorian farm, SWETTENHAM STUD, announces its roster for the 2020 breeding season.

The made in Australia stamp proudly sits on a rich crop of stallion Toronado’s progeny that have made their way to arguably the most competitive racing jurisdiction

He looks incredibly well and relaxed after arriving back in Australia for his third season after stud duties in Ireland.

The month of March has been a good one for Swettenham Stud’s Toronado (IRE), who has had 13 winners including some very smart three year-olds in Hypercane,