Tamarang Destinys Serenity
A wonderful temperament, matched with natural cow sense and great athleticism.

Service Fee

  • $2,200 inc. GST.
  • $275 inc. GST Deductable Non-Refundable Handling Fee.
  • Plus Agist & Vet Fees.
  • Natural Service & Chilled Semen available.
  • LFG.



For Live cover and AI
Central West Equine
Orange  NSW

Tel: 02 63 654 363

Tamarang Destinys Serenity's story
Photo by 2012 ASH Nationals Maiden Series final.
Photo by Narelle Wockner Photography: Tamarang Destinys Serenity. 2012 ASH Nationals Maiden Series final.

Jock and Kate Gordon are first and foremost, farmers from the Central West of NSW. However, horses, and in particular good horses, are their passion and their recreation source.

Jock came from a campfrafting background and Kate had been involved with show horses, so when they saw a 2.y.o colt advertised by Tamarang who was by Acres Destiny and from Bruce McNaughton’s mare “Serene”, they knew he ticked both their boxes.  With this breeding he had all the genetics to be a quality Campdraft horse. Added to that, he was an amazing animal for conformation, temperament and his standout markings definitely meant he had outstanding eye appeal.

The colt was at Jamie Vickory’s after having been broken in by Michael Wilson and after inspecting him Jock and Kate were amazed at how clever he was under saddle.

Tamarang Destiny's Serenity & Michael Wilson.
Photo by Ken Anderson. Tamarang Destinys Serenity & Michael Wilson.

They hadn’t been looking for a colt, but their initial interest in Tamarang Destinys Serenity meant they needed to do some serious soul searching and decide whether or not they wanted to go down the path of promoting a seriously good competition horse. After consultation with Michael, they purchased their horse and agreed to send him back to him for preparation for the NCHA Snafflebit Futurity, where he immediately impressed with his athletism and ability.

The intention was always to use him primarily as a home based competition horse so after the Snafflebit Futurity he returned home and was set for the ASH Futurity and Maturity. This was Jock’s first experience in the showring and some very credible results followed. He also competed on the local Campdraft circuit with regular placings.

Tamarang Destinys Serenity & Maryanne Gough, ASH 2015 Open Challenge.
Photo by Ozshot. Tamarang Destinys Serenity & Maryanne Gough, ASH 2015 Open Challenge.

The decision was then made that Destinys Serenity really needed to gain more exposure on the National level, which Jock and Kate weren’t in a position to provide. So he was then sent to Maryanne Gough for a brief 8 week preparation for the ASH Nationals and the Open Challenge. He again impressed and his career  moved onto the Campdraft arena where he was campaigned by Kimberley Sammon.

This was an immediately successful decision when Tamarang Destinys Serenity and Kimberley won Cutouts on their first outing and then the Novice at Kyogle at their next appearance.

Landmark 2017 saw a change of jockey when Vicki Hiscock stepped up at the last minute and the successful team placed a very close 3rd in the Stallion Shootout.

Tamarang Destinys Serenity them spent the next 8 months standing under a tree before being collected by Pete Boulton enroute to competition in the Triple where did extremely well at each venue.

Another sojourn after Warwick and then back to Pete in January with instant success running 90’s and 24 cut outs with zero preparation.

Kate and Jock are very excited to own Serenity and are really looking forward to seeing what he will do in the future and more importantly what he will produce. There are many stallions out there, but not all are sires. In his first crop of foals he has put a stamp on them all and they all seem to carry his great temperament. They are looking forward to the next couple of years when they start competing.

Tamarang Destiny Serenity & Kate Gordon, Orange
Photo by Wild Fillies Photography. Tamarang Destinys Serenity & Kate Gordon, Orange Campdraft.
A word from the owners…

‘Acres is definitely a big reason why we purchased Serenity as we have several mares by him and feel that he produces exactly what we are after – natural cow, looks and temperament. Time and time again he produces horses that are winning in all circles and that are the complete package. But, probably the main reason is his dam Serene.

We are big believers in a very strong mare line and with Serene, not only does she bring in much sought after genetics, she also has the performance to back it up. We have had a number of top competitors in the industry come up and tell us that Serene was one of the best mares that they have seen.

Tamarang Destinys Serenity & Maryanne Gough. 2014 ASH Nationals.
Photo by Ozshot: Tamarang Destinys Serenity & Maryanne Gough. 2014 ASH Nationals.

‘To match his great depth of breeding is a great conformation. He is built a bit like a sports car, he is very compact with an incredible turn of pace. He is like a kelpie dog when on cattle – its just so natural for him, he just seems to know what to do without having to be trained. You cant teach a horse that. He is also very eye catching. As much as looks don’t make a horse go any better in drafting, most people would prefer to ride something that looks good and it also means that they can be used as show horses, making them multipurpose.

He has great markings which we hope crossed over plainer mares will produce progeny that will have a bit of style. But most of all it is his temperament that we like. We have small children and have always said if we were to own a stallion he would have to be really quiet.

Tamarang Destinys Serenity, 2012 ASH Nationals.
Narelle Wockner Photography.  Tamarang Destinys Serenity, 2012 ASH Nationals.

Serenity is just so easy to get on with, even as a young colt he hardly makes a noise when away competing and is really good with our kids. Nothing seems to worry him, and we are hoping he will pass this no-fuss attitude on.

Life is so busy now that we and a large majority of competitors don’t have the time to ride every day so we need to breed horses that don’t require a huge amount of work. As we have a farm to run there are weeks when we don’t get time to work the horses and even at this young age Serenity turns up on the weekends and performs.’

Jock & Kate Gordon


Highlights include:


  • Landmark Classic Stallion Shoot Out – 5th with Peter Boulton.


  • Willinga Park – =Top score in semi final 90.33. [View Video]
  • Landmark Classic Stallion Shoot Out – 6th with Peter Boulton.


With Pete Boulton.

  • Willinga Park – Just missed out on top place by the tiniest of margins in 3 events:
    • 0.33pts from winning Feature Cutout with 23.67.
    • 0.66pts from winning Rd2 of the World Championship Gold Buckle with a 90.34
    • 1.67pts from winning the Dash for Cash with an 88
  • Landmark Classic
  • Yarram Novice – 2nd.  Cutout winner (24, 24).  [View Video]

2015 - 2017



  • Sydney Royal 2nd Working Class – 5th Hack Class
  • ASH Nationals Open Challenge – 4th – [View Video]
  • Kilcoy Campdraft Ladies Cut out winner.  Ran off  Maiden and novice cut outs.
  • Mallanganee Draft Novice Draft – 1st
  • Mallanganee Draft  Open Draft – 3rd
  • Cumnock Open Challenge – 3rd


  • ASH Nationals – Placed all sections Open Challenge.  [View Video]
  • Orange Show – Winner of Led, Hack and Working Classes
  • Condobolin Show – Winner of Hack and Working Classes
  • Cumock  Campdraft  Ladies Draft – 4th

2011 - 2013


  • Lowood Show Res Champion ASH
  • Res Champion Working ASH
  • Paradise Lagoons Stockman’s Challenge – 8th.  [View Video]
  • Molong Draft Novice Draft – 5th


  • ASH Nationals Ladies Draft – 2nd
  • Maiden Series Finalist
  • Condobolin Show Res Champion Led ASH
  • Condobolin Show Working Class – 1st


  • NCHA Snafflebit Futurity. Rd 1 – 3rd
  • Tubbel Campdraft  Maiden Draft – 2nd

TAMARANG DESTINYS SERENITY is producing outstanding progeny –  His foals all have his trainable temperament, athletic ability and that X-Factor look – the complete package.

Already a sire of Champions at Royal and State level with his oldest progeny only being 7 yo (a/o 2019).  Progeny are selling well with a filly being 2nd highest priced horse of the ASH National yearling sale 2014.

Derowie Serendipity

Sold 2016 ASH National FOY sale for $11,000 as a yearling to Glenn Frazer.


  • Sydney Royal – Hack – 1st, Working class – 2nd (bad luck with interference from a a runaway Clydesdale), places in Time Trial & Station Horse classes.
  • ASHS National Show 3 yo Futurity Champion.
    Winning the Time trial and Working section and placing in the led. Also winning highest placed mare and FOY sale horse overall.
  • Numerous Champion titles in led, hack and working.


  • ASHS National Show 2 yo Futurity
    • 2nd by 1pt overall and 1st FOY section

Derowie Cinders and Ashes

  • Sold for $11,000

This yearling filly is Tamarang Destinys Serenity’s eldest progeny and was the first to be offered for sale at the 2014 ASH National Fountain of Youth Sale.

Derowie Pilgrim

Sold at the 2015 ASH National Fountain of Youth Sale.

  • Runner Up High Point Yearling SE QLD.
  • 1st Yearling Class at QLD State Show.

Miss Magic

Beautiful filly owned by Michelle Evans.

  • QLD State Champion yearling
  • Royal Show Winner

Derowie Serenitys Secret

  • Lot 314 – SOLD LANDMARK CLASSIC 2016 – $17,000.  [View Video]

Aurora Park Evita

  • SOLD LANDMARK CLASSIC 2018 – $18,000
  • SOLD LANDMARK CLASSIC 2016 – $15,000.  [View Video]

Derowie Phoenix

  • Supreme Led ASH at Gloucester
  • Top priced gelding Fountain of Youth Sale – $8,000

Derowie Eclipse

  • Lot 298 – SOLD LANDMARK CLASSIC 2019 – Sold $20,000.  [View Video]

Sire - Acres Destiny

ACRES DESTINY has become a household name in the performance horse world, producing champion after champion in a range of disciplines including cutting, campdrafting, challenges & reining.

Visit Acres Destiny’s page to read his story.

Dam - Oaks Serene

  • Two-time Champion at the World Championship Campdraft
  • Sydney Show
  • ABCRA Open Horse of the Year
  • Two-time Northern Zone ABCRA Open Horse
  • Winner of 80 campdrafts

Full brother - Serene Acres

  • 2011 Warwick Gold Cup winner

Full sister - Amac Oaks Serena

2013 Landmark Classic Horse Sale


ASH Registration #:  C2-192893
AQHA Registration #:  Q-64230
Foaling Date:  3/01/2008
Colour:  Chestnut
Breeder:  Mr RD Bull
Current Owner:  J & K Gordon

Clicking on the link will lead to the horse’s listing on the Australian Stock Horse Society Stud Book register. 
(Use the back button to return to this page.)

Sire: ACRES DESTINY – IS MBP BOB ACRE DOC USA-1956113 Son of a Doc 02
Sapp Sandy 02
SAN JOSE HICKORY USA-1914760 Docs Hickory 02
San Jose Belle 02
Freckles Fancy 02
DOCS BABY DOLL 02 Hollywood Return 02
Widderin Docs Envy 02


Australian Campdrafting Magazine ad by Show Pony Graphics

Tamarang Destinys Serenity ad 2018
Australian Campdrafting Magazine ad by Show Pony Graphics

Tamarang Destinys Serenity ad 2018
Ad by Show Pony Graphics, Australian Campdraft Magazine.

Ad by Show Pony Graphics.

Ad by Show Pony Graphics.

Tamarang Destiny Serenity's ad 2014

Video Gallery

Tamarang Destinys Serenity



  • Willinga Park – =Top score in semi final 90.33. [View Video]
  • Landmark Stallion Shootout Rd 3  (23), with Peter Boulton.  [View Video]
  • Landmark Open Rd 2 (86), with Peter Boulton.  [View Video]


2017 Warwick Gold Cup with Peter Boulton

2017 Chinchilla Grandfather Clock with Peter Boulton

2017 Landmark Classic with Vicki Hiscock

2015 Warwick Gold Cup with Kimberley Sammon

2015 ASH Nationals with Maryanne Gough

2014 ASH Nationals with Maryanne Gough

2013 Paradise Lagoons with Maryanne Gough


Derowie Eclipse

  • Lot 298 – SOLD LANDMARK CLASSIC 2019 – Sold $20,000.  [View Video]

Derowie Serenitys Secret

  • Lot 314 – SOLD LANDMARK CLASSIC 2016 – $17,000.  [View Video]

Aurora Park Evita


Jock & Kate Gordon
Cudal  NSW  2864
Mob: Jock – 0418 963 656  |
Mob:  Kate – 0428 191 830

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