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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.


  • Latest news

    • Oh So Close 11/10/2018 Earlier this year the champion New Zealand horse Lazarus was to be sold to Taylor Made Stallions in the USA and in May he was placed in the care of leading USA trainer Jimmy Takter, with the aim to further enhance the career of the richest Standardbred of all-time down under by aiming to win some important stakes races in North America and attempting to break the World Record of Always B Miki of 1:46.0 for the mile and then become a dual hemisphere stallion, serving mares in both North America and Australasia. Lazarus made an immediate impression in the northern ...More
    • Breckon Farms Have Success In Australasian Awards 04/10/2018 National Harness Racing Awards for 2018 were presented on both sides of the Tasman over the last week and it was great to see that Breckon Farms featured prominently on both occasions. The Harness Racing Australia Awards were the first to be announced, with many New Zealand equine stars to the fore. Notably it was the Kiwi sensation Lazarus (Bettor’s Delight / Bethany) who was the star of the show, taking out the 2018 Australian Harness Horse of the Year honours, as well as the Australian Pacer of the Year and Aged Pacing Horse of Gelding of the Year awards. In ...More
    • Foaling Begins At Breckon Farms 28/09/2018                               With the arrival of spring each year comes the anticipation of the new arrivals of foals from mares bred in the previous season. Spring is certainly here, but the weather is still very changeable, with a cold snap coming through this week, after some previously nice warm spells. All this volatility can play havoc with the mares foaling on time, with many deciding to hold on a little longer beyond their due dates and also for mares being prepared to be served, it can often mean they don’t come into season or cycle as they should, in preparation for this seasons ...More