KELLIE and Cameron Bond make for quite the dynamic duo with their experience and background in horse sports seeing them turn into a major force in the horse training and selling community.
Their hard work and dedication came to full fruition at the recent Magic Millions Gold Coast Horses in Training Sale with a colt by successful sire Flying Spur out of Rock on Bye making $220,000.
After a spirited bidding battle it was Hong Kong based businessman Ting Kong Cheng who was the successful buyer.
The owner of Eliza Park International, Mr Cheng snapped up the highly admired colt edging out Macau based brothers Nicholas and James Moore.
The entire draft presented by the Bond’s was of excellent pedigree, and they received a lot of applause and handshakes from the sale ring after the bidding war concluded.
The smiles on Kellie and Cameron’s faces were well warranted, and the acclaim well deserved.
As well as having a great eye for pin hooking young horses for resale, Kellie is a well-known horse woman in the camp draft world and is a high profile camp draft judge.
Cameron the other half of this great team is a top cowboy in the rodeo arena and an excellent horseman and horse breaker.
They started off quietly in the racing world building up the their stud through hard work, dedication and savvy business decisions, to the point where they are now a major force with all the main players taking a very long look at their lots at the major sales.
As well as sale side of things they also break in and pre-train their stock at their well-appointed property; Kenmore Lodge at Dulacca.
Pryde’s EasiFeed are proud to be the feed product of choice for the Bond’s who have used Pryde’s product in their horses since founding the business.
National Sales Manager Ron Major along with North, Central Queensland and Northern Territory Sales Manager Rod Kidner said on behalf of Pryde’s EasiFeed they’d like to congratulate the Bond’s on a job well done.