Hats are off to the Spring Racing Carnival but interest is just building in the sale of two of Victoria's most beautiful horse farms.
Expected to fetch around $7 million is Yallambee Stud, across 240 hectares in the pretty Kerrie-Romsey district. The breeding farm has been run by the Woodard family for 50 years and is known for producing top racehorses.
Also for sale is the ready-to-go training complex Seagate Park in Torquay, which was used by the troubled BC3 Thoroughbreds operation, formerly chaired by controversial businessman Bill Vlahos.
Inglis Rural Property's Sam Triggs said the owners of Seagate Park, which has new stables, a 1000-metre track, offices and day yards, want to move on and a buyer has the chance to`acquire it for below replacement cost.
Triggs is managing both listings alongside Jamie Inglis.
Expressions of interest close on December 3 for Yallambee Stud and December 4 for Seagate Park Stud, which has price expectations of around $2.5 million.