Situated in the beautiful Southern Highlands of New South Wales.

You might be mistaken to think you are driving through the lanes of England or Ireland when you stumble upon Milburn Creek. Situated 20 minutes from Bowral in the beautiful Southern Highlands, it’s 250 acres of rich alluvial soil, and an abundance of water, make this an idyllic setting to rear a thoroughbred.

“A good reputation does not just happen – it must be earned.”

John and Trish Muir first became involved in the thoroughbred industry at Milburn Creek, Cowra, NSW in 1973, hence the trading name Milburn Creek Stud.

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Congrats @newgatefarm, @china_horse_club, @trilogyracing, @gobloodstockaustralia & partners on the G3 Rough Habit Plate victory of our @magicmillions sold Tannhauser, with the @chris_waller_racing-trained son of @arrowfieldstud’s Dundeel defeating last start G1 winner Autumn Angel @brisbaneracingclub. Another quality runner bred by @highclerestudaustralia 👏🏼🥂
Nestled in the picturesque Southern Highlands of New South Wales, John and Trish Muir’s @milburn_creek is a farm synonymous with racetrack success.  @ttrausnz takes a look at the graduate success from Milburn Creek's yearling sale graduates in their "Analyse This" report for May.  Some highlight points:  • Since 2014, Milburn Creek is represented by 10 per cent stakes performers to horses offered.  • Milburn Creek's Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale and Inglis Easter Yearling Sale graduates perform at 14 per cent stakes horses to yearlings sold.  • The average cost of a Milburn Creek stakes winner is $320,000.  • Snitzel and Written Tycoon are the most successful sires of Milburn Creek graduates, represented by four stakes performers each.  With a remarkable track record of maintaining a 10 per cent rate of stakes performers to horses offered, Milburn Creek has seen 16 stakes winners emerge over the past decade, with half of these achieving Group level victories.  Link in our bio to read the complete report.
Second elite level win for our homebred mare Magic Time with the @grahamebeggracing trained daughter of @yarramanparkstud’s Hellbent defeating an outstanding field in the G1 All Aged Stakes (1400m) at Randwick.
🔸 EASTER DAY TWO🔸  We've got just the one final lot to offer today at the @inglis_sales Easter yearling sale, the son of @darleystallions' Too Darn Hot out of the G3 winner Stormy Nova, herself the dam of G1 winner Superstorm (Sebring), G3 winner Cosmic Storm (Street Sense) and the Listed winners Royal Command (Street Sense) and Mikimoto (Sebring) - how could you go wrong??
Our top lot for Day 1 - Lot 136 - So You Think x Marquise da Rossa - Filly selling to Dean Hawthorne Bloodstock for $525K 
All the very best of luck with her!!