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Cameron Highland is one of the most reasonably priced sons of GALILEO (IRE) available at stud. The sire of sires produces outstanding offspring and his sons are also producing winners at the highest level.

Cameron Highland produces strong, athletic foals with excellent conformation and temperaments. All are naturally up in front, carrying themselves from foals.
We have 2, 3 & 4yr olds available to view, and can send pictures if required. If you would like to arrange a visit, please contact us.

Cameron Highland (IRE),  (2009) is the 5 times winning son of GALILEO including Windsor’s Listed Class 1 August Stakes at both 3yo and 4yo (click here to view) and earnings of £107,462.
His Dam is LANDMARK (USA) (by Arch (USA)),a winner at 2 years old in USA and £24,523.
She is the full sister to ARRAVALE, winner of 5 races (including G1) at 2 and 3 years old in USA and Canada and £632,660.

Cameron Highland Pedigree

Cameron Highland’s wins were from 9 to 11.5 furlongs, including two editions of the Listed August Stakes at Windsor.  He won the 2012 renewal by an impressive 4.5 lengths (the race was 1ml 3 1/2 furlongs and run in a time of 2m 27.53 sec @ 12.8 secs per furlong in soft ground) beating the dual Classic runner up Shirocco Star the following season.

Video of Cameron Highland winning the August Stakes for the 2nd time

He twice won by margins of 8 lengths, in a Redcar maiden (1m 1f run in a time of 1m 57.72 secs @ 13.08 secs per furlong good to soft) and an Epsom conditions race, (1m 2f in a time of 2m 6.53secs @ 12.6secs per furlong good ground) and finished second in the Tattersalls Millions at Newmarket.
His 4th and 5th wins were at Epsom again (1m2f in a time of 2m 4.74secs @ 12.4secs per furlong on good to firm) and the listed race at Windsor in 2013 (1m3 1/2 furlongs in a time of 2m 30.02 secs @ 13 secs per furlong on soft ground).
Cameron Highland was sold as a yearling for 310,000gns while his full sisters realised 420,000gns and 500,000gns when sold as yearlings.  Another full sister, Field of Miracles,  was runner up in the Gr2 Ribblesdale stakes.
Cameron Highland was in training with Roger Varian during his racing career and we are now lucky enough to have him standing here with us. He has settled in really well and seems to be enjoying his retirement from racing.
He is a very good looking horse with huge presence. He retired sound from racing and is easy to handle with a super temperament.

His first crop are 4yo in 2020 and are now showing great potential on the racecourse.