18 Jan 20142014年1月18日
（只提供英文版）Lindsay Park Stud Renamed As “Goldin Farms” Adelaide local Andrew Perryman Appointed Stud Manager /
18 January 2014, Angaston — The historic Lindsay Park Stud in South Australia, recently sold to international conglomerate Goldin Group, has been renamed as Goldin Farms. Andrew Perryman, who was formerly with Darley Woodlands in New South Wales, has been appointed Stud Manager to take on responsibility for the equine operations of the farm, with effect from 1 January 2014.
Andrew Perryman is a local from Adelaide with 16 years of experience working in the horse breeding industry. Apart from working in South Australia and New South Wales, Perryman’s experience also stretched to Ireland and the United States where he worked as Stud Groom in the early years for Coolmore and Juddmonte Farms. During his tenure as the Stud Manager of two breeding operations from 2006 to 2013, he supervised the rearing of bloodstock owned by Ingham’s bloodstock and Sheikh Mohammed’s Darley Woodlands operation, including recently the exceptional racehorses Sepoy, Helmet, Beaded and Guelph.
“We are happy to have Andrew join us at Goldin Farms. We trust that his experience and expertise in managing stud farms as well as breeding operations would help Goldin Farms uphold Lindsay Park Stud’s reputation as a world-class horse breeding and training complex that draws accolades from industry experts around the globe,” commented Mr Pan Sutong, Chairman of Goldin Group.
“I am extremely delighted to be back in South Australia and be a part of the Goldin Farms team. Lindsay Park is an ideal equine environment with a long tradition and an established reputation for breeding and training racehorses of the finest bloodlines. It is an honour to be taking charge of the equine operations of the farm, now owned by Mr Pan, who is highly committed to the equestrian world as evidenced by his involvement in horseracing and in promoting polo. I am very impressed by his vision and by his desire to contribute to the breeding industry in South Australia,” expressed Perryman. “I am very excited about meeting and working with Akeed Mofeed soon, Mr Pan’s G1 winner. Starting with him, we see a promising breeding operation and look forward to a successful one.”
Akeed Mofeed, the Hong Kong Derby 2013 and Hong Kong Cup 2013 champion, will very likely become the foundation stallion for the Barossa Valley property once he retires from racing.