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Welcome to Breckon Farms.

 

Based in the heart of Waikato at Ohaupo, near Te Awamutu, Breckon Farms is the home  to the finest in Australasian harness racing  including broodmares, weanlings, yearlings and race horses.

We offer state-of-the-art facilities and the property is magnificently contoured to provide the perfect nursery for young horses to gain the best possible start to their lives on grass and feed of the highest calibre all year round.

Enjoy your visit and feel free to contact us with any queries.

 

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    • Free MacDonald Seminars 20/09/2018 Canadian harness racing trainer and driver Anthony MacDonald said in a recent promotional webcast, “Hey New Zealand, my name is Anthony MacDonald from the Stable.ca and we’re going to be coming your way this September.  My wife Amy and I built this stable in three short years we have gone from zero to 103 horses.  All these horses are owned by 413 people represented by 10 countries.  Some people own one share, some people own many shares.  The great thing about the Stable.ca is that there is something for everybody.  We’ve learnt a lot over the last three years and ...More
    • The NZ Racing Industry Gets Behind Raising Funds 13/09/2018 The New Zealand horse racing industry is continuing its support of the Cancer Society of New Zealand with the NZRB Daffodil Racedays in 2018. This is the fifth year that this initiative has been proudly supported by the New Zealand Racing Board (NZRB) who once again will be making a substantial cash donation for every winner in every Daffodil Raceday across the country. Over the past four years, Daffodil Racedays have raised more than $150,000 for the NZ Cancer Society and are supported by a partnership between NZRB, New Zealand Thoroughbred Racing (NZTR) and Harness Racing New Zealand (HRNZ) to raise ...More
    • 2018 North Island Harness Racing Awards 06/09/2018 The Always B Miki North Island Awards Night was held in the Tasman Room, at Alexandra Park, on Saturday the 1st September, with a great crowd of approximately 350 people in attendance, in what was the 26th edition of these awards. This year’s very popular event on the Northern Harness Racing Calendar commenced with Pre-Dinner Drinks in the Lyell Creek Lounge, with patrons then moving to the Tasman Room, in the Centennial Stand, for a sumptuous 3-course dinner, while celebrating the recognition of industry achievements, with the night once again extremely well overseen by popular Masters of Ceremonies Greg O’Connor and ...More