History

Turangga Farm was known as Webbville Park  in the 1940's. In the 1950's the property was purchased by Australian Woolworths heir George Christmas and renamed Oak Range Park. It was home to the French bred Djebel stallion Emperor and Blue Peter's son Royal Blue.  Christmas had breeding success at Oak Range with Metropolitan winner Red Wind, and also High Spot, French Fable and Kaoru, the dam of Kaoru Star.

In the ensuing years the farm was used as a stud cattle property by then Segenhoe Stud owner Lionel Israel, until veterinarian Phil Redmond purchased the property for an Indonesian owner in 1975. He reinvented the stud and named it Turangga Farm, Turangga being an Indonesian name meaning horse. Redmond soon developed the property to house 4 stallions, Marquis de Sade, John Splendid, Nice Balance and Jin Jang. Over the years he stood some well known stallions including Taj Rossi, Elounda Bay and Twig Moss. Putting his veterinary skills to good use, Redmond focussed on getting infertile mares in foal and was successful until he disbanded the stud. The property was later leased to John Messara's Arrowfield, along with the current Arrowfield Windermere Farm while the Arrowfield we know today was being developed.

In 2003 Stuart Ramsey took the opportunity to purchase this idyllic farm in the Segenhoe Valley and Ramsey Pastoral Pty Ltd became the proud owner of Turangga Farm. Over the years there have been additions to the farm, in 2010 a new yearling barn was added, stabling 20 horses in a modern purpose-built facility. Visitors to the area will have noticed the steady changes to fencing over the past 10 years, with new steel fencing replacing many of the older wooden and wire fences around the property. However the beautiful tree-lined driveway and original homested remain as do many of the wonderful facilities the previous owners developed.

Today Turangga Farm boasts stabling for over 50 horses in the main barns, a round yard and 8 horse walker, vetsheds, a serving barn, and a modern foaling facility. Turangga Farm has flourished under the guidance of the Ramseys with approximately 100 mares on the farm, almost all of them owned by the Ramsey family, and two stallions (Money or the Gun and Trusting) standing in 2015.