Patineck Farm

2015A02196 :: Farm

Located in one of the renowned horse breeding areas of the world – the Hunter Valley, close to two of the internationally best known thoroughbred studs; Darley and Coolmore.Patinack Farm makes an execllent example in investment of Australian.


Key Features:

  • Significant subdivision potential – already physically subdivided into 7 lots.
  • Most of the horse paddocks and yards are sown to a perennial pasture mix and are irrigated either by travelling irrigators or overhead sprinklers.
  • 545 hectares (approx.) is set out for irrigation – with principally underground mains.
  • substantial irrigation water entitlement with 2,719 MgL of Goulburn River unregulated river water entitlement and 974 MgL of lower Goulburn ground water entitlement.
  • Excellent pumping facilities – a series of ten strategically located pumps with electric motors take the water to the main storage tanks. The river water, underground water and rain water systems are interconnected.
  • Excellent Location: Approximately 18km from the now buzzing village of Denman, with its coffee shops and restaurants and also service facilities, approximately 250km from Sydney via the new Hunter Expressway and Golden Highway, and approximately 145km from Newcastle and its busy commercial airport. .
  • A renowned horse breeding area: Located in one of the renowned horse breeding areas of the world – the Hunter Valley, close to two of the internationally best known thoroughbred studs; Darley and Coolmore.
  • Country which favours the breeding of thoroughbred horses - With its natural resources, ideal location, excellent climate and a complete range of backup services including veterinary, feed suppliers and the likes.

For more information, please contact Austvest on 1300-885 335.


Patinack Farm Site Photos:


Key Investment Information:

  • Sales package including 7 titles of Patinack Farm.
  • Sale Type: Freehold.
  • Sale Price: Contact Us
  • Net Profit: Contact Us


For more information, please contact Austvest on 1300-885 335.


Additional Information

In its short life Richmond Grove Stud has developed not only a national but also an International reputation for being an excellent location, and having a suitable climate for the breed¬ing of outstanding thoroughbreds. Apart from this, its general agricultural strengths and also its subdivision potential, make it a diversified and very sound investment.

Richmond Grove was the creation of Patinack Farm. Following its keen interest in thoroughbred breeding and racing and with its knowledge that the Hunter Valley was regarded as one of the leading horse breeding areas in the world, their focus turned to Richmond Grove where, over a period of time from August 2008 to December 2011, they acquired 7 adjoining properties (Cherwell, Richmond Grove, Swettenham – from the Sangster/Hayes connection, Clearview, Primrose, Sandy Hollow and Giants Creek Vineyards). 

This allowed them to create a magnificent stud farm comprising 1,337.5 hectares, with frontage to the Goulburn River for approximately 8km. Apart from being situated in a scenic valley, Richmond Grove is a very private location – ideal for foaling mares enjoying the pastured river flats or gradual slopes country without interruption. 

Today Richmond Grove stud includes some 555 ha of rich alluvial river flats and a further 510 ha of gradual sloping country, ideal for pasture improvement and certainly suited to thoroughbred horse breeding, all with a backdrop of about 200 ha of scenic timbered escarpment.

Approximately 545 ha has already been developed for the stud, including 295 ha of irrigated, tree-lined post and rail horse paddocks and yards, and a further 250 ha of irrigated and pastured mare paddocks. 

Apart from this a ‘state of the art’ equine hospital has been built, two new brood mare barns have been installed, with separate weaning and serving barns, as well as the foaling complex, near the main office. There are two Aquis approved quarantine areas – one for stallions and the other for overseas mares in foal.

Whilst much development has been taking place over the last four years, the stud has managed to run up to as many as 960, mares however conservatively the management believe the stud will accommodate 300 to 500 mares, plus weanlings. These thoroughbreds will be depastured on the Goulburn River pastures, watered via a huge 3,693 MgL allocation of underground and river water licence. 

Apart from the substantial horse improvements there is the 4 bedroom architect designed brick 40 square homestead set in attractive gardens with magnificent sweeping views across the valley, as well as twelve other staff houses across the property, and a six bungalow complex for single staff. 


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