Hunter Valley Studs in the Early 1900s I

Featured Image: Widden Valley in the early 1900s with Widden Stud buildings in the foreground; providing an ideal balance of river (creek) flats, hillside pastures and limestone subsoil. The Widden Valley has produced fine horses for almost 180 years.

  • ‘Tocal’ Reynolds Estate
  • ‘Duninald’ Reynolds Estate
  • ‘Wills Gully’ John Brown
  • ‘Dulwich’ Thomas Longworth
  • ‘Neotsfield’ R. H. Dangar
  • ‘South Wambo’ R. C. Allen
  • ‘Arrowfield’ W. & F. A. Moses
  • ‘Woodlands’ H. C. White [E. G. Blume]
  • ‘Merton’ E. R. White & W. H. Mackay
  • ‘Turanville’ W. B. & C. L. Thompson
  • ‘Camyr Allyn’ W. B. & C. L. Thompson
  • ‘Sledmere’ H. R. Denison & H. G. Raymond
  • ‘Cressfield’ D. S. & H. Hall
  • ‘Kia Ora’ Percy Miller
  • ‘Segenhoe’ William Brown
  • ‘Kingsfield’ J. E. & C. H. O’Brien
  • ‘Cliffdale’ J. Campbell Wood
  • ‘Petwyn’ Vale Sir Samuel Hordern
  • ‘Werribon’ Quirindi
  • ‘Widden’ A. W. & A. E. Thompson
  • ‘Oakleigh’ Thompson Bros [Herbert]
  • ‘Canema’ Thompson Bros [Herbert]
  • ‘Holbrook’ W. Harris
  • ‘Tarwyn Park’ Thompson Bros [Herbert]
  • ‘Havilah’ Hunter White
  • ‘Dunlop’ T. A. Stirton

Notably the Lower Hunter Valley Studs have ‘disappeared’. ‘Tocal’ is actually a thriving Agricultural College with its own Australian Stock Horse Stud.