Cantaur Park Daddy Who
A young sire with Unquestionable potential!

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  • $990 inc GST


  • Frozen Semen Only.
Daddy Who's Story

Sue Brosnan is a Territory businesswoman with a passion for business and a love of horses, particularly stock horses. Her horses have enabled her to grow her business interests and have taught her so much as she gained the experience needed to successfully run these businesses.

1984 Olympic women’s coxed four rowing bronze medalists., Los Angeles. (Sue, far right)
1984 Olympic women’s coxed four rowing bronze medalists., Los Angeles. (Sue, far right)

Sue is originally a Victorian having lived in Castlemaine as a child. She finished school and had an amazing sporting career which included winning an Olympic medal in the sport of rowing before becoming a city based career woman in the accounting field. However, a longing to be involved with the bush led her to opt for a career change which saw her take a jillaroo/bookkeeper position at Heytsbury Beef – Yacamunda Station, working for Janet Holmes A Court, a woman Sue had always admired.

Stock Camp life took her on a huge learning curve and she soon learnt that stock camp horses were bred and used mainly for work. Sue has always felt the First X horses appealed more as they retained the size, strength and athleticism needed to travel throughout a big day’s work, while tending to have better temperaments without the work requirements of some of the purebred stock horse lines. These qualities led her straight to “Cantaur Park Daddy Who” when she was researching the Landmark catalogue in 2017.

Cantaur Park Daddy Who
Cantaur Park Daddy Who, 2017 (2yo)

Originally looking for a quality mare Sue couldn’t help but notice the video of Mac Shann handling and working the young 2yo One Moore Daddy colt he was preparing for the sale. He was soft, athletic, had a wonderful temperament and tremendous eye appeal, plus Sue had always admired One Moore Daddy and his progeny. He was out of a mare that Mac and Gayle had purchased to breed to One Moore Daddy that went back to Kevin Davidson’s Einnor Black Jack, a wonderful sire well known for his size, strength and ability. This gave Daddy Who all the attributes Sue was looking for.

Arriving in Tamworth and seeing Daddy Who in the flesh cemented the decision that he was the horse Sue wanted and she purchased him for $52,000. A plan forward for this outstanding young colt was formed based around giving him all the time needed to mature into a top competition sire. He was sent straight to Luke Bennett, of Peak Performance Horses, for his future development and at every stage he has been willing and has impressed his connections.

Cantaur Park Daddy Who, 2019.
Photo by Ken Anderson Equine Photography. Cantaur Park Daddy Who, 2019.

The long term plan is campdrafting, but his career started in 2018 when Luke prepared him for the NCHA Futurity. Luke felt this would give him solid foundation to go forward into the challenge and campdrafting arenas and all connections were thrilled when after the two Go Rounds he had performed above all expectations missing the Final by a point.

He has a busy competition schedule planned for the next few years starting with the Landmark Classic and Cloncurry Challenge, but the main focus is his longevity as a competition horse. Luke loves the way he travels and his willingness to please but he won’t be rushing him into competition levels until he is ready and prepared.


Campdrafting & Challenge


  • Pussy Cat Bore U5 Challenge Champion, with 11.25 point margin
  • Coonamble Challenge Rd 1, Wet Work Section – Winner (90)
  • Monto Silver Buckle
    • Classic Challenge- 5th overall
    • Futurity Campdraft – =4thn

2018 Red Range Maiden

  • His first ever draft and he scored an impressive 85 & 82 to place 5th.


2018 NCHA Open Snafflebit Futurity.

  • Just missed the final by one point. He marked 2 very respectable scores of 209 & 215.

First foal for 2018 (o/o Acres Destiny mare)

Filly – Guess Who (o/o Tess Destiny)


Sire: One Moore Daddy

One Moore Daddy’s achievements are endless.  Included are:


  • Finalled in all 3 he competed in


  • WINNER of Rocky Rush – (by 5 points) competing against 5yr olds
  • WINNER of Monto Challenge – (by 28 points)
  • WINNER of Cloncurry Stockmans Challenge (by 3 points)
  • WINNER of Paradise Lagoons Challenge (by 29 points)


  • WINNER Cut-Out
    Gold City Open Draft, Gold Cup Final, Paradise Lagoons Stallion Draft, Moranbah Open, Paradise Lagoons Acton Open, Res. Springsure Open Draft
    Hughenden Open, Bowen River Golden Spurs, Twin Hills Maiden Draft, Springsure Draft

View One Moore Daddy’s full profile >>

Dam: Whitlow Pitch

Pitch is a draft winning Novice mare campaigned by Peter & Vicki Howard.

She had numerous placings in Novice & Open drafts, but unfortunately retired young due to injury.

  • 12th – ACA Novice Horse of the Year 2004
  • WINNER – Blair Athol Maiden (89 89)
  • WINNER – Blair Athol Maiden Cut-Out

Registration: AQHA # A1-11572
Foaling Date: 22/08/2014
Colour: Bay
Height: 15.1hh
Breeder: Mac & Gayle Shann
Current Owner: Susan Brosnan

Clicking on the link will lead to the horse’s listing on the Australian Quarter Horse Association Stud Book register.

* Clicking on the link will lead to the horse’s listing on the Australian Stock Horse Society stud book register 

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Cantaur Park Daddy Who ad 2018

Video Gallery

Cantaur Park Daddy Who

2019 Coonamble Challenge Rd 1, Wet Work Section – Winner (90)

2018 Red Range Campdraft – 1st ever draft (85)

2018 NCHA Open Snafflebit Futurity GR2

Daddy Who as a 2 yo in training with Luke Bennett after Landmark [View Video]

Daddy Who

'Daddy Who' 2 yr Old Colt by One Moore Daddy. Luke Loves riding him, coming along really well after his break after Landmark.

Posted by Peak Performance Horses on Wednesday, 26 July 2017

2017 Landmark Classic Pre-sale video


Sire: One Moore Daddy

2013 Warwick

2013 Landmark Classic


Sue Brosnan
Mob:  0409 987 436

Luke Bennett
Mob: 0408 007 526

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