About Us

Located within minutes of Nagambie and covering some 520 acres of rich alluvial river flats, Gilgai Farm has quickly established itself as one of Australia’s premier thoroughbred nurseries.  Since it’s first yearling crop, containing the mighty Black Caviar, was sent to sale in 2008, Gilgai Farm has been a constant supplier of Group 1 racing stock.  Black Caviar, All Too Hard, Philippi, Lion of Belfort, The Quarterback, Lucky Bubbles, Supido and Jameka have all performed at the highest level and those coming from just the first 54 Gilgai breds to race.  As the studs principle puts it, “The first 54 was my learning phase, now I know what I’m doing the next 54 should take us to another level”.

Black Caviar Ridden By Luke Nolan Races To Win 17th Straight Win In The Australia  Stakes At Moonee Valley Races 27th January 2012. Photo Vince Caligiuri ,The Age
All Too Hard


Gilgai Consigned Fastnet Rock Colt Realises $340,000

Gilgai consigned Fastnet Rock colt realises $340,000

Courtesy of ANZ Bloodstock News. The Gilgai draft also included a Fastnet Rock Colt out…

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Champion Victorian Breeders.

Champion Victorian Breeders.

Once again Gilgai Farm was crowned Victorian Champion Breeder at the Thoroughbred Breeders Victoria (TBV)…

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Lucky Bowls Them Over In Hong Kong

Lucky Bowls Them Over In Hong Kong

  It took the world’s best sprinter to deny him last time, but Australian-bred, Lucky…

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Thoroughbred Industry Must Salute Rick Jamieson  For Jameka

Thoroughbred industry must salute Rick Jamieson for Jameka

The Australian thoroughbred breeding industry once again has strong cause to salute Rick Jamieson, the…

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Caulfield Cup Favourite Jameka Storms To Victory After Dominant Run

Caulfield Cup favourite Jameka storms to victory after dominant run

AS the field assembled behind the gates for Saturday’s Caulfield Cup, Ciaron Maher stood in…

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