Twin Hills Farm in NSW has been put on the market by Godolphin.
The Cootamundra property was purchased by Sheikh Mohammed as part of his buy-out of Woodlands Stud in 2008. Godolphin’s initial Twin Hills roster comprised Musket, Octagonal, Domesday and Quest For Fame but they were relocated when half the staff of 40 were axed in 2010.
Inglis Rural Property has been appointed to handle the sale of the 2,500-acre farm. “The decision to sell has not been taken lightly,” Godolphin’s Australian managing director Henry Plumptre told the Australian Financial Review. “Our operations are increasingly focused on the Hunter Valley, Sydney and Central Victoria.”
Twin Hills includes eight houses and cottages, a five-bedroom main house, stallion facilities and yearling barns.