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Last Updated March 6, 2012

Tremon Stud has been Sold
We bred and sold Group 1 pacing filly ROCKNROLLA
ROCKNROLLA crowned 2YO and 3YO Pacing Filly of the Year
Foals of 2010
Foals of 2009
Harnessbreds Qualify for VICBRED Program
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Tremon Stud was developed as one of Australia's finest horse racing studs, unique in that it is both for thoroughbreds and harnessbreds - both pacers and trotters, providing top quality racehorses, yearlings, weanlings and broodmares.

Tremon Stud was sold on May 27, 2011 and this brought to an end our farm services. We will continue to race a few fillies with the view to developing champion racehorses and broodmares.

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OUR HARNESS TEAM

RACE FILLIES

SIRE DAM
GOLD DISCOVERY ART MAJOR CUBAN GOLD
TBN ART MAJOR HOPE SPRINGS

 

 

FOALS OF 2009

SEX SIRE DAM
FILLY ARMBRO OPERATIVE BLUE CONFESSION
COLT GRINFROMEARTOEAR CUBAN GOLD
COLT ART MAJOR GOLLY MISS MOLLY
FILLY ART MAJOR HOPE SPRINGS
FILLY JEREME'S JET ULTIMATE DOLLAR
COLT BETTORS DELIGHT CONTRAPAN

 

 

FOALS OF 2008

SEX SIRE DAM
COLT SUNDON SKYE ROCKET
COLT PRESIDENTIAL BALL GOLLY MISS MOLLY
FILLY ART MAJOR CUBAN GOLD

 

 

FOALS OF 2007

SEX SIRE DAM NAME
COLT DREAM VACATION SKYE ROCKET MISTER SCORCHER
COLT ARTISCAPE NIGHTN GEORGIA SOHO EROS
FILLY JENNAS BEACH BOY HOPE SPRINGS IVANS BEACH GIRL
FILLY GRINFROMEARTOEAR GOLLY MISS MOLLY TBA

 

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HARNESS RESULTS TO AUGUST 28, 2011

 
YEARLING 2YO ON SEPT 1ST CROP RUNNERS WINNERS 2YO WINNERS STAKES
UNDER 2 MINS

2006

2007

1

1

1

-

-

-

2007

2008

1

1

1

1

1

1

2008

2009

4

3

2

-

-

-

2009

2010

3

-

-

-

-

-

2010

2011

6

-

-

-

-

-

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HARNESSBREDS QUALIFY FOR
AUSTRALASIAN BREEDERS CROWN

Tremon Stud progeny will be eligible for the rich Australasian Breeders Crown - the premier juvenile harness racing series in the Southern Hemisphere.

The Australasian Breeders Crown is Australasia's premier two and three year old harness racing carnival with the showdown of the best pacers and trotters being held on 'Super Sunday' - the second last Sunday in August each year, and 2009 will be the first year when the Australasian Breeders Crown will be held at HRV's new MELTON headquarters.

 

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HARNESSBREDS QUALIFY FOR VICBRED PROGRAM

As Tremon Stud is located in the state of Victoria, we will be concentrating on the VICBRED Program, which is Australasia’s richest and most prestigious harness racing and breeding incentive program, currently worth approximately $5.2million.

 

 

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TREMON THOROUGHBREDS RACING LEASES & PARTNERSHIPS

CREATIVE PLAN (Flying Spur-Western Chorus) bred and raised on our farm makes us all very happy.

After a very encouraging and courageous second at her 2YO debut on March 28, our filly really did a great job to WIN at her second start on April 13 and her time of 57.56 seconds was only 0.2 of a second outside the track record and she ran 1.41 seconds faster than the colts division and faster than the older horses later in the day. Whilst she is not essentially a sprinter for the short courses, she shows great speed and courage in both her races and we can be encouraged for the future when she gets over more ground.

 

An impressive win for Creative Plan

At only her third start on May 8, 2004, our filly stepped up in class to Moonee Valley over 1200 metres and WON impressively by 3.5 lengths. Our filly will now be spelled with 3YO spring racing her next target.

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Creative Plan wins impressively by 3.5 lengths at Moonee Valley

At her fourth start and on return from her spell, our 3 year old filly began her spring campaign in the 1103 metres "showcase race" at Geelong on September 2, 2004 and WON impressively by 5 lengths.

 

Creative Plan wins impressively by 5 lengths at Geelong

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On September 19, 2004 our filly contested her first stakes race and ran excellently in the 1400 metre Jumeirah Stake (GR3) at Caulfield. Unfortunately when making her run in the straight she was contacted by the eventual winner and the interference cost her a clear placing, but she was most meritorious in finishing fourth in her first big stakes event.

On October 23, 2004 our filly accomplished her first career stakes win in the 1600 metres Eliza Park Stakes (LR) at Moonee Valley on Cox Plate day. She showed great speed and courage to break clear 600 metres from home and was eased down to WIN impressively by 1.75 lengths.


Creative Plan wins the Eliza Park Stakes ( LR ) impressively by 1.75 lengths at Moonee Valley

 

On November 2, 2004 our filly ran a great race in the 1400 metre Great Western Stakes ( LR ) at Flemington on Melbourne Cup day. She showed great courage and determination with top weight of 58kgs to be beaten only a short head on a very wet and windy day.


Creative Plan second in the Great Western Stakes ( LR ) by a short head at Flemington

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On November 13, 2004 our filly accomplished her second career stakes win in the 1400 metre Twilight Glow Stakes ( LR ) at Sandown on Sandown Classic day.

She showed great determination and brilliance to overcome an extremely heavy track and interference to swoop from near last and go away from the field to WIN impressively by 1.25 lengths. In only our filly's second preparation she has made enormous progress to win 5 from 9 starts. Our filly will now be spelled with the autumn stakes races her next target.

Creative Plan wins the Twilight Glow Stakes ( LR ) impressively by 1.25 lengths at Sandown

 

On April 23, 2005 our filly returned to racing in the 1000 metres SAJC Skyy Blue Redelva Stakes ( LR ). Starting from barrier 1 our filly missed the start and was 17th on the turn, but when pulled out wide she flew home to run a gallant second beaten only 1.3 lengths in the very fast time of 56.76.

On May 7, 2005 our filly contested the 1200 metres SAJC Yallambee Stakes ( GR2 ). In a very hot field our filly drew the outside barrier against the colts. With a poorly judged ride our filly flew home as the widest runner to be beaten only 1.2 lengths in the very fast time of 1.08.76, our filly was very courageous in defeat.

Unfortunately our filly has sustained a serious injury and has now been retired from racing. She has given all our partnership a great deal of pleasure and as the breeders, we are very proud of all our filly's accomplishments and look forward to racing another very talented partnership horse very shortly.

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THOROUGHBRED RESULTS TO 2011
YEARLING 2YO ON AUGUST 1ST CROP RUNNERS WINNERS 2YO WINNERS STAKES

1994

1995

15

15

14

11

2

1995

1996

10

10

8

2

3

1996

1997

7

7

7

4

1

1997

1998

11

10 9 4 3

1998

1999

10

8 7 2 1

1999

2000

15

14 8 1 1

2000

2001

9

7 5 1 1

2001

2002

5

4 2 1 1

2002

2003

5

5 4 2 2

2003

2004

5

3 1 - -

2004

2005

3

2 1 - -

2005

2006

4

4 3 - -

2006

2007

1

- - - -

2007

2008

1

- - - -

 

From the beginning of our commercial breeding and sales days we have continued to produce quality racehorses, with an incredible high winners to foals ratio from each year of production.

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TESTIMONIALS

 

From: Heran Racing & Breeding

Shame you’re getting out Trevor. I’ll be eternally grateful to you for steering me in the right direction.

Many thanks
Glenn Heran

 

From: Max Ventouras Racing

You once looked after a horse for me a while ago in post operative care. You did a magnificent job.
I guess I am dissapointed
and delighted for you, to hear that you are moving on. The racing industry sure has benefited from you.

Regards
Max Ventouras


From: Caulfield Park Stud

I am very grateful for your generosity and can't thank you enough for your support.

24 years is a big part of a lifetime and you should be commended on the quality of service you have provided to the equine industry. I as a client am very grateful, so thank you :-)

Sounds like it's a good time for you to move on and make the most of your valuable time sharing it with your family now, so enjoy!

Best regards and you take good care too.
Susan Paige

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Re: SLIPNSLIDE - diagnosed as a "Roarer" and hospitalised for a laryngoplasty operation.


Fortunately SLIPNSLIDE was placed under the care of the excellent veterinary team headed by surgeon Dr. Alastair MacLean and supported by the dedicated team at the post operative care facility at Tremon Stud.

We highly recommend the team at Tremon Stud, who are prepared to dedicate themselves to all the post operative care which is so important in our horse's recovery.

SLIPNSLIDE has now returned to racing in spectacular fashion with his first time out after operation running winning in 1.54.3

Luke McCarthy
Queensland

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Great things come in small packages!

COCO is a minature American Horse who was expected to foal early in December. Her owners were concerned that because of small her size (28 inches tall) she was a risk to foal unattended so she came to Tremon Stud where not only could she be monitored but the Diamond Mesh safety fencing meant the expected foal was also safe. COCO produced a filly on December 4 that weighed around 7kgs and stood only 18 inches tall. This pretty filly and her mother have charmed all who have seen them.

Many thanks to all at Tremon Stud for their great care.

Gary and Chrissie Ashmore

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Re: I AM SAM - diagnosed as a "Roarer" and hospitalised for a laryngoplasty operation.

We have spent lots of time over the last two years following our standardbred pacer I Am Sam around the country as he competed in a number of group one races.

With I Am Sam we have been lucky enough to visit Hobart, Launceston, Melbourne, and Sydney, as well as Brisbane and the Gold Coast to watch him race as a two and three year old. He has rarely been out of a place and gave us our biggest thrill at Harold Park in Sydney, December 2005, when he won the Australian Pacing Gold three year old final for colts and geldings.

We were devastated when I Am Sam was diagnosed with a grade three larynx and therefore needed hospitalisation for a laryngoplasty operation. As I Am Sam was a rig and only a four year old, we thought that it would be an appropriate time to have him gelded, as he was already under the care of an excellent veterinary team headed by Dr Alister McLean and supported by, what we now know, is a dedicated and highly professional post operative care facility at Tremon Stud.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank Tremon Stud for their concern and professional duty of care. We are really appreciative of the dedication and willingness to please and consider ourselves extremely lucky to have had him under their care. I Am Sam arrived home recently AOK and we were really happy when we saw him as he arrived in much better condition than we expected after, what seemed to us, such a long ordeal.

We highly recommend Tremon Stud. Trevor Gluck and his dedicated team have proved to us that they are prepared to take the extra step needed when post operative care is such an important part of a horse's recovery. We are hopeful that I Am Sam will now be able to put all behind him and come back to racing better than ever, but only time will tell. One thing that we do know is that Dr Alister McLean and Tremon Stud have allowed us to take the first step toward I Am Sam's future racing career.

Thank you again for all your emails and phone calls and for taking the time to send us updated photos. It has been very reassuring for us as interstate owners unable to visit your facility in person, to be reassured that our horse was being well cared for. If we are lucky enough to have a horse racing in Victoria we would welcome the opportunity to visit your facility and to meet you in person.

Our very warmest regards to all the staff at Tremon Stud.

Mary and Lindsay Vagg
Crows Nest, Queensland

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Re: ELLICORSAM - Mare treated for chronic inflammation of front feet and pedal bone

Thanks to the caring and patient efforts of Trevor Gluck and his team at Tremon Stud, we are proud to have our special mare “Ellicorsam” back in the winners circle.

Since her return she has won the $250,000 Group 2 Colonel Reeves Stakes at the Ascot summer carnival and last week won the $100,000 Listed Hareeba Stakes at Mornington. Well done Tremon Stud for assisting in her successful return.

 

Ellicorsam winning the Hareeba Stakes (LR)


On March 15, 2006 ELLICORSAM won the $300,000 Group 1 Robert Sangster Stakes.

Neil Pinner
Perth, Western Australia

 

Re: ECCENTRICITY - Filly treated for Ringbone by radiation.

Thank you for your care and attention, our filly returned looking great.

Serena Watson
MILL PARK, Meningie, South Australia

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Re: SQUEAK (True Colours) - treated for a split epiglottis

Squeak has recovered from his injury with no side effects at all, he came home four days before our Horse of the Year Show in January and carried Claire to Senior Tasmanian rider Of the Year (see picture below).

SQUEAK is the only Appaloosa in the country to have won a Royal Show Open Hacking Championship winning Reserve Champion Open Hack and Champion Novice Exhibit at the Royal Launceston show under Dale Plumb in 2005.

SQUEAK is known and loved Australia wide. Everywhere he goes people take notice and feel compelled to come and pat him and talk to Claire. They give her support for competing on a coloured mount, and take the time to admire him.

I was very impressed with the care and attention SQUEAK received during his stay at Tremon. He a very suspicious horse who normally will not let anyone but Claire or myself catch him. For him to allow himself to be caught even when he would receive a needle twice a day meant he trusted the staff and felt secure. Sometimes the wrong body language or even a wrong look will send him snorting and galloping around the paddock hysterically. He arrived home happy and in good condition and none the worse for his injury.

I thank you very much for your efforts and I would not hesitate to recommend Tremon to anyone, and would certainly send SQUEAK back if the need ever arose.

Thank you again.

Chimene
HORSELAND, Launceston, Tasmania

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Re: LA COOCARACHA - treated for a broken foot

I would like to thank you for the fantastic help you have been in restoring our champion trotter LA COOCARACHA back to 100% health (see picture below).

We were very dubious about our chances after our filly broke her foot, but thanks to your dedication and commitment to repair all the damage, we have our filly fit and well to resume her career.

Thank you to everyone for making us so welcome during all our many visits over the 3 months of rehabilitation, and congratulations on having such marvelous facilities.

I have no hesitation to recommend your farm facilities for the future.

Sam Christou


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Re: THE GROUSE - spelled at Tremon Stud

I would like to extend our appreciation of your farm's attention to detail.

As you are aware I recently spelled my pacer THE GROUSE at your farm after 22 consecutive 3YO races. After such a hard campaign I wanted the horse to have a long spell at a good and safe farm close to my property where I could keep a close eye on him.

I selected Tremon as it seemed to be a well kept and managed farm, but this also had been my first encounter with the farm.

I was delighted with the service and attention to detail for the safe and conscious well being of all the horses on the property.

I have been let down previously with some farms, as I have been involved in the standard bred breeding and racing industry for over 20 years. Kath and I always felt welcomed by Tremon Stud when we came to visit the horse. They were more than helpful with showing us THE GROUSE and giving an update of how he settled in and his recovery, which is of utmost importance.

I have since sent the horse down to Tasmania for a racing campaign and my trainer Barrie Rattray, Tasmania's leading trainer, commented on how well and rejuvenated the horse was when he arrived. THE GROUSE has since had 5 starts for 2 wins, 2 thirds and a 4th racing in good company.

We plan to bring him back to the mainland some time this year to race at the Country Cups circuit and at Moonee Valley. During this time I will have no hesitation in giving him a let up at Tremon.

Once again we would like to thank the farm and its staff for a first class professional job.

Ian Sutherland
Kathianpark Enterprises

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CONTACT
Principal:
Trevor Gluck
Mobile: 0412 378 249

 

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