Frankfield Calesi

Date of Birth: 15.10.2011

Colour: Bay

Gender: Mare

Registration: ASHS Eligible


  • 2 Year Old
    • 3rd Burnett Group Colt Challenge
  • 3 Year Old
    • Finalist – Twin Hills Futurity Campdraft
  • 4 Year Old
    • 4th – Weetalaba Futurity
    • 2nd – Clermont Gold Cup Futurity (Scored a 91 and ran-off for = 1st)
    • Top 10 Finalist – Campdraft Central Future Stars Series
    • 6th – Overall Campdraft Central Future Star Series 2015/2016
Chez and Calesi
Frankfield Calesi was broken in by Anthony Jessop in January 2014 as a 2 year old. She was allocated to Curtis Cherry mid-way through 2014 and they formed a great partnership from their on. She was put into work, mustering cattle on a regular basis where she had many miles. Curtis and Calesi competed at the 2014 Burnett Group Colt Challenge, finishing 3rd overall from around 14 other employees. In September 2015 the duo had their first campdraft start at Twin Hills, making the final with a score of 81. Calesi has been a very consistant mare, with 7 Futurity Campdraft starts resulting in only 1 run where she didn’t receive an outside score. This put her in a good position going into the final Future Stars event, our local Clermont Gold Cup Campdraft. Curtis and Calesi needed an 88 to make the Future Star final, but blew this out of the water when they ran a 91 to run-off for first with Will Durkin. They finished 2nd in the futurity, then ran a small score in the Campdraft Central Future Stars Final to finish 6th overall. Calesi has since been spelled for a well earned rest! We look forward to an exciting future for the little mare, one of Acres of Det’s many well performing progeny so far!



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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