The farm is comprised of 600 acres of rich volcanic soil. There are 28 large and 20 small 1/4 acre paddocks. All paddocks are post and railed or electrified.
The pastures are constantly renovated and are regularly fertilised.
Wyndholm Park runs between 500 to 600 sheep to help manage the paddocks. These sheep are also used to manufacture biosynthetic arteries for humans.
The paddocks are double fenced with well established tree lines for natural shelter belts.
The lane way system connects all paddocks to remote yards and to the main horse working yard complex.
There is a 14 box stable complex and reproductive examination area.
Wyndholm Park was purchased in 1985 and consisted of one green shed and 6 paddocks. The house was built in 1990 and the whole process began.
The new farm ” Farm B” was purchased in 2008. It has become the fodder source for Wyndholm Park and adjoins to the main farm on the North side.
Kim and Liz live on the property, 50 metres from the all important foaling paddocks which have flood lighting available.
Horses receive supplement feeding with haylage sourced from our lucerne and clover paddocks and a high protein pellet designed for our property.