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Welcome to Rondel

Rondel Droughtmaster stud is located 100 kilometres North of Winton and 125 kilometres South of Hughenden on the black soil open downs country. 

The Stud was established in 1987 by Peter and Deleece Carrington 2nd generation Droughtmaster breeders, who have since welcomed aboard their son Luke, his wife Jayna, 
daughter Lakisha and her husband Zach, in which are the driving force behind Rondel Stud in these latter years.

THEY SAY Quality, THEY SAY Consistency, WE SAY "You be the judge".


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Enjoy looking through our website.

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Black Tuxedo sells to a syndicate for  $180,000

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* Photo courtesy of Clare Adcock, Queensland Country Life

Lot 484 Rondel Black Tuxedo sold for $180,000 pictured here with syndicate buyers Kim Goad, Ben and Olivia Wright, Sue and Mike Thompson, Munda Reds, John Atkinson and Tayla Chapman, Cap Droughtmasters,  Representing Rondel, is Luke Carrington.  

Other Sale Highlights

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Lot 485 Rondel Big Deal  $80,000

Caldy Droughtmasters

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Lot 514 Rondel Bodacious  $90,000

Lazy A Droughtmasters

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Lot 522 Rondel Buckaroo  $80,000

Munda Reds

Introducing new Sire
Oasis A Long John (HP) D5

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* Photo courtesy of Clare Adcock, Queensland Country Life

Oasis A Long John measures 142cm2 in the eye muscle, 44cm scrotal and weighed in at 804kg at just 19 months of age.  The calibre of this bull has been on our radar for some time. He now holds the Australian record for highest selling Droughtmaster bull.  Thank you to Adam & Shelly Geddes for breeding this beautiful animal. All going to plan we look forward to presenting some Long John son’s into the ring in 2025!

Rondel Shines Bright at
2021 DN Sale
"All Star" sells 

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* Photo courtesy of Hayley Kennedy, Queensland Country Life

Good drop "Whiskey"
fetches  $160,000 at
2020 DN Sale 

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* Photo courtesy of Queensland Country Life

The Rondel team with High Country Droughtmasters, Nindethana Droughtmasters & Glenlands Droughtmasters after their purchase of Lot 111 Rondel Whiskey at the 2020 Droughtmaster National Sale.

Luke, Lakisha and Zach with Nutrien auctioneer Dane Pearce and buyer Alex Power, Lazy A Droughtmasters, Julia Creek, who purchased Rondel All Star for $100,000 at the 2021 Droughtmaster National Sale.


"He's a complete bull really - he's hard to fault".
Weighing 836kg at Sale with EMA of 142, Rondel Whiskey is sired by Wajatryn Knightly
and is out of Rondel Skittles.  We are excited for the prospects of what lies ahead for Whiskey.

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