Frankfield Odette

Date of Birth: 15.10.2012

Colour: Bay

Gender: Mare

Registration: ASHS 234764


 3 year old bay mare. Had plenty of mustering, is working on cattle, very athletic. Excellent prospect for Futurity campdrafts in 2017. Stud Book registered with some of the top bloodlines in Acres Destiny, Cadet, Abbey, Rosebrook Abou. Dam has produced some great horses, including Frankfield Woodrowe (2015 Finalist at Paradise Lagoons Maiden) and full brother 4 yr old Frankfield Oreo (2014 Burnett Group Colt Challenge 2nd place, Twin Hills Futurity Campdraft 2015 2nd place, sold privately 2016 for $12,000Acres of Det’s progeny are proving themselves in the Campdraft arena, with Frankfield Calesi currently running 5th overall in the Future Stars Futurity competition. Frankfield Desire and Frankfield Annette also both finished in the top 30 horses from the 2015 Future Stars competition – they were the oldest progeny by Acres of Det to compete. Frankfield Stockhorses pride themselves on producing well bred horses, that are put to extensive mustering work as youngsters and are sold as up and coming competition prospects. Frankfield Covergirl is testament to this, topping the 2015 Toomba Stockhorse Sale at Charters Towers. For more information please phone Steve on (07) 49 836 050.



Cooinda Acres of Det

Acres Destiny

bob acre doc

san jose hickory

Dream Det

Elliots Creek Cade

Comara Elfin Girl

Rosebrook Opalette

Rosebrook Shantung

Rosebrook Abou

Rosebrook Marquisette

Rosebrook Emerald

Rosebrook Cedarwood


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What our past employees say?


"I worked with the Burnett Group for over 5 years and can not speak highly enough of the support and guidance that I received in this time. I was initially employed as a Stationhand, however then moved into the Headstockman position at Frankfield. My partner Holly and I were sad to leave, but we have left with a great memories and the knowledge to pursue other interests in the beef cattle industry." 

- Neil Hammond