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Mangalore Park is 100 acres of horse heaven located within the heartland of Victoria’s thoroughbred precinct, 6 kilometres north of Seymour. Enjoying all year round rich pasture, lush grass and reliable rainfall, Mangalore Park shares the area with Godolphin’s prestigious Northwood Park, Chatswood Stud, Swettenham Stud and Gilgai Farm, of Black Caviar fame.

This purpose built equine paradise boasts its own 3 kilometre training track along with 20 acres of bush trails to keep racehorses rejuvenated in a rural setting. Fast work and trials is completed on at the nearby Seymour racecourse, which has recently undergone a $5 million upgrade.

Complete with a private swimming pool, treadmill, horse walker and new 1000 metre uphill training track, all the modern day tools are at our disposal as well as paddocks ranging from one to six acres to place horses in their natural environment. These facilities are not only pivotal to our own breeding stock but helpful in the rejuvenation of older horses.

Mangalore Park boasts a new stable complex featuring rubber lined boxes and day yards and magnificent homestead.

The location of Mangalore Park is ideal for breeding and racing purposes with major stud farms and racecourses all within close proximity. 24 hour on-site supervision is provided by experienced horsemen, committed to your thoroughbreds success.

We invite you to come visit us by appointment if you wish to see what Mangalore Park has to offer your thoroughbred.

I’ve been a client of Mangalore Park for 10 years, and have no hesitation in recommending this property to lovers of horse racing.

The facilities are first rate and staff super friendly. Above all, management are transparent. I know exactly where my horses are at any stage of their preparation, and I’m always welcome to pay a visit to view my horses.

I’m just a regular owner, but really made to feel a part of the Mangalore Park Racing stable.

Jean-Max Joly
Owner – Mangalore Park Racing

The first-class facilities at Mangalore Park are impressive to say the least. The property owners endeavour to provide the best environment for racehorses to reach their full potential – clearly evident in the investment in infrastructure, equipment and personnel.  

The staff at Mangalore Park, led by Shelley Mangalore Park, are genuine, approachable and dedicated to getting the best out of your racing interests.

Having used other trainers and training facilities in the past, we now exclusively use the Mangalore Park and Mangalore Park Racing for all our syndication needs, and highly recommend the partnership’s services.

Rich Stephenson
Syndicate Manager – Late Mail Punters Club

I have found Mangalore Park Racing at Mangalore Park is the perfect place to agist, pre-train and train my thoroughbreds.  

Shelley and her team have spared no expense in building a state-of-the- art facility to cater for happy, fit and healthy horses, no matter what stage of their preparation.  

Having been a client for a number of years, I can personally vouch for the professional facilities and staff at Mangalore Park Racing.

Thomas Lorenzen
Owner – Mangalore Park Racing

Upcoming Runners

Horse Date Time Race Track Fields/Form
Khan's Treasure Dec 01, 2023 08:45 PM 6 - Moonee Valley Moonee Valley Field

Latest Results

Horse Date Race Finished Margin Jockey
Khan's Treasure Nov 26, 2023 7 - Kilmore 00.00Caitlin Hollowood
Southern Fire Nov 10, 2023 8 - Albury 42.30Jack Martin
Tutankhamun Nov 07, 2023 1 - Echuca 817.40T Ryan
Khan's Treasure Nov 06, 2023 7 - Ballarat 42.50Neil Farley
Southern Fire Oct 22, 2023 9 - Seymour 85.00W Egan

Around the Stables

Rave fires up at Pakenham

Rave fires up at Pakenham

THE Mangalore Park team have enjoyed a third victory in two weeks after Regal Rave swamped on rivals to win at Pakenham on Saturday. A son of Pentire, Nathan Punch extracted a clear passage in the home straight to run away with the second victory of his career. The...

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Master Rewards patience

Master Rewards patience

MANGALORE Park hombred Reward Tha Master has made a winning debut at Ballarat on Friday. The son of Reward for Effort is the first foal from Von Maestro and ran away for a one-length debut win under Jamie Mott. Caught wide over 1000 metres, the gelding built into a...

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Monsoon Reins supreme at Swan Hill

Monsoon Reins supreme at Swan Hill

MONSOON Reins proved too classy for his rivals when the son of Wandjina broke his maiden at Swan Hill on Monday. Jumping a well supported $2.50 favourite with Lachlan King in the saddle, the lightly raced four-year-old settled back over the 975 metres but rounded...

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Mangalore Park

750 Seymour-Avenel Road

Mangalore VIC 3663

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