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As Dodgey heads off for a spell I just wanted to send you a short message of thanks for everything you have done to date organising visits, providing updates and being around on race days etc. Its great to get the website updates and audios and to be kept in the loop. This is my first dabble in a race horse and I'm having a great time and really enjoying it. Hopefully when Dodgey returns he will be bigger and better than ever and we can really have some fun. 

Scott Wilson, Scott Wilson, Racehorse Owner

Over the years my friends and I have raced several horses with various trainers & syndicators. We find Michael & Paul of Adrenaline Thoroughbreds easily the best we have used. The communication & willingness to accommodate our requests are second to none.

Rod Warren, Racehorse Owner

I would not hesitate to recommend Adrenaline Thoroughbreds to anyone interested in owning race horses. Adrenaline's web-based Owner's Dashboard is first class. I currently have shares in three horses & watching them evolve into elite race horses is very rewarding.

Les Ham, Racehorse Owner

Having a horse with Adrenaline has to be one of the best decisions I have ever made. I have horses with others as well but the updates I receive from Michael and Paul set them apart. I feel like I am kept in the loop with every single aspect of my horses, even when they are spelling. Recently Michael even picked me up and drove me to Toowoomba to see my horse spelling.

Andrew Lang, Racehorse Owner

Adrenaline Thorougbreds has enabled us to take our first exciting step into the world of being a racehorse owner. The whole journey so far has exceeded our expectations – not just because our first horse, Epsilon, has turned out to be a cracker of a horse, but also because we have felt part of the whole experience.

Kelvin and Peta Crosby, Racehorse Owners

Rothesay x Supriym Story filly


A series of photos from the sales up until her maiden training preparation at Eagle Farm.

This filly is from Rothesay's boom first crop, with sale prices of up to $150,000.
As Lot 113, she impressed us with her strength and athleticism - a precocious sprinting type.
She maintained her condition while spelling at Eureka Stud in March/April 2014
She was relaxed with the Eureka Stud staff and other horses.
Here she whinnies to a group of owners on the stud.
Our Rothesay filly was broken in at Washpool Lodge in May 2014
She then entered pre-training at Bahram Training Centre under Darryl Gollan.
She showed strength and smarts in her early education and was identified as a potential early goer.
She had two educational preparations at Bahram, with a short spell in-between.
In September, she was brought to Eagle Farm to continue her maiden preparation.
This filly has settled in to stable life very well.
She's lengthened and toned in the lead-up to coming to Brisbane.
She is now being set to trial with a view to running as an early 2YO, an exciting outcome for our stable.