Welcome to Landmark Equine
2014 Landmark Classic Campdraft & Sale 3rd – 9th February
2014 Landmark Toowoomba Yearling & Broodmare Sale 11th – 12th April
2014 Toomba Sale 31st May – 1st June
22nd August 2013
The First Ever Sanctioned Campdrafting Event to be
held on U.S. Soil
Landmark Equine are extremely proud to sponsor two of Australia's top campdrafters to introduce Australia’s own sport of Campdrafting to the USA. Pete Comiskey and Steve Hart are in the USA this week to hold a school, judges clinic and the USA first affiliated campdraft. All the action will take place at the Elbert County Fairgrounds in Kiowa.
Landmark Equine would like to wish Steve Hart and Pete Comiskey all the best on their trip to the US.
Landmark is Australia's largest agribusiness. Through a national network of more than 400 retail stores and 1,700 employees Landmark delivers specialist products that include agricultural chemicals, fertiliser, seed, agronomy services, wool and livestock marketing, insurance and real estate with over 100,000 farmers as customers.
Landmark's rural history spans over 150 years. The company's heritage includes respected agribusiness brands such as Dalgety's, Wesfarmers, IAMA and AWB. In December 2010, Landmark became part of Canada-based Agrium, the largest agricultural retailer in the world and a leading global producer and marketer of agricultural nutrients and industrial products.
Landmark's strategic equity positions in key supporting businesses such as AWH, Genfarm, AuctionsPlus and Landmark Global Exports are evidence of our commitment to the future.
Landmark is committed to addressing the key challenges facing Australian farmers through investments in productivity, profitability and sustainability.
The Landmark Classic Concept
After the setback of the Australian EI outbreak and horse movement restrictions, the Landmark Classic evolved with a small band of supporters, keen to forge ahead with both a passion and business focus on establishing a stable market for performance horses in Australia.
The inaugural Landmark Classic was certainly modest in its beginning with 129 horses catalogued in the first sale held at the Tamworth Showground over two cold days in May 2008. The sale turned out to be an immediate success with a top price of $54,000 achieved with 123 horses offered for sale with a clearance of 92%, grossing $1.2 Million at an average of $10,710.