Kildalton Park (SA)


Located at Angaston in the heart of the Barossa Valley in South Australia, Kildaton Park is a state-of-the-art training facility for thoroughbred racehorses.

The property provides a relaxing and natural environment for horses complete with lush pastures, rolling hills and big red gums. The facility comprises uphill grass gallops, an all-weather track (with electronic timing), a swimming pool, sand rolls, galloping treadmills, expansive pastures and stables with a country view.

The late Colin Hayes designed and previously operated Kildalton Park (formerly known as the Lindsay Park training facility) with a view to establishing a training facility that ensured the physical and mental needs of his horses were met, and a country environment was pivotal in his plan.

Tony McEvoy presides over the day to day running of Kildaton Park in his capacity as head trainer and he shares the philosophy of the late Colin Hayes in that the secret to success is making sure that the welfare and mind-set of the horse is paramount. Quite simply, Kildalton Park is a wonderful place to train thoroughbreds, the horses are happy to be there, which greatly contributes to them performing at their best on raceday.

Visitors are welcome (by appointment)



























Kildalton Farm


Located on the Murray River between Morgan and Murbko in South Australia, Kildalton Farm is the McEvoy Mitchell Racing pre-training, education and spelling facility.

Kildalton Farm is set in a pristine rural environment, complete with 500 metres of river frontage and comprising 122 acres, a 1,000m training track, stabling and irrigated lucerne pastures in a climate that provides temperatures in the vicinity of 8 degrees warmer than the Barossa Valley in the colder months.





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