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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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    • Group Racing At Its Best 16/03/2018On another Premier Night at Alexandra Park last Friday, the 9th March, the racing was up to the usual high standard and exciting level, with some amazing performances achieved on the night.There were six feature races on the night, one Listed event and five Group races, including two at the elite Group 1 level.The first of the major races was the Listed $40,000 Magness Benrow Sires Stakes Northern Mares Classic, featuring star mare Delishka, who had returned the week before from a successful Australian campaign, but sadly under-performed in this race. The event was however taken out in stylish fashion ...More
    • The Numbers Stack Up 08/03/2018On Premier Night at Alexandra Park last Friday, the 2nd March, Breckon Farms bred horses were well to the fore.Not only were there 11 runners on the programme that were Breckon Farms bred, but a great deal of success was achieved too.In a remarkable feat, there were no less than six fillies of the 12 runners carded for the $25,000 Crombie Lockwood Bloodstock Young Guns Heat 6, that were bred and raised on the farm. These were Sea Change, Princess Tiffany, Starski, Fantasize, Bubbled Up and Miss Streisand.Of course, the results show that not only did Princess Tiffany win the ...More
    • The Miracle of the Mile 21/02/2018 In what is shaping to be a phenomenal night’s racing at Menangle, in Sydney, on Saturday night, the feature race on the card, the 51st running of the Group 1 $750,000 Ainsworth Miracle Mile is becoming more and more intriguing.New Zealand champion pacer Lazarus struggled in his $100,000 Miracle Mile prelude last week, as co-trainer Mark Purdon struggles to rid his stable of a virus that has affected several of his team, but Mark is confident he can turn Lazarus around in time to win Saturday’s prestigious event. Lazarus was a brave but battling third in the Group 1 $100,000 ...More