About Us


james chapman owner

James Chapman, Owner

James has an extensive background in the farming industry.

He has had a long-held ambition to develop high-quality thoroughbred property and believes that Jamieson Park will mature into a magnificent property.

James now lives on the property and enjoys the lifestyle of a busy thoroughbred stud. He also follows with interest his involvement on the racetrack.


To contact James ph. 027 222 2511


sam munro stud manager

Sam Munro, Stud Manager

Sam grew up around thoroughbreds with his father Stuart, a Stud Master and Trainer.  

Sam managed the historic Trelawney Stud while still in his early 20's, spent 4 years in Kentucky and was Leading Vendor at the NZB Ready to Run Sale.


Sam...

"It's been 12 years since James and I met and we started developing a 150 acre paddock which is now Jamieson Park. James wanted to do it properly and I think the farm is great - its attractive and functional." 

"Once the farm was setup, James sent me to Australia to buy some mares... we had some luck from those early purchases and we've continued to upgrade our broodmare band every year". 

"This year (2021) we bred a Gr.1 winner in Australia and sold well at all the major yearling sales."

"Exciting times ahead.... breeding takes time and I feel we're just getting started."


Sam - 021884256

email: jamiesonpark@gmail.com


Doug Sattler, Assistant Manager

Doug is a highly experienced horseman being involved in the thoroughbred industry all his life.

Doug spent time in the UK, working for leading trainer Ed Dunlop and travelled with the great Ouija Board during her international campaigns.

Doug has worked at leading farms Westbury Stud, Waikato Stud and was the Stallion Manager at Richhill Stud.

Doug and his wife Danielle are raising a young family on the farm. Doug enjoys fishing, following the kiwi sports teams and the JP bred horses on the track.  

To contact Doug ph. 0212101741


Bobbie Atkins 

Bobbie has a lifetime of experience with horses and is a passionate rider.

She has worked with thoroughbreds at Haunui Farm and various NZ racing stables. 

 "Bobbie has an exceptional eye for detail... she takes her time when checking the farm and knows each horse's personality and their little quirks... this gives her the ability to spot issues and potential problems very early on... " 


Renee Taite  

Renee has always worked with horses and has helped raise hundreds of thoroughbreds.

She has held senior roles at Arrowfield Stud, Westbury Stud and Haunui Farm. Renee has a passion for  helping horses through physio-therapy and massage, and has trained under NZ's best, Claire McGowan. 

"Renee is a huge asset to the farm. She is a highly experienced horsewoman who has the rare ability to accurately diagnose muscular issues early on. Just like children, young horses run, play and sometimes hurt themselves. With Renee on the team, we can resolve any issues quickly and keep them all healthy and happy".