The stud lies in the heart of Oxfordshire and covers 345 acres.
We take great pride in how we raise our horses and have a small dedicated team of staff experienced in the care of thoroughbreds. We also rely on the services of Paul Ferguson BVMS MRCVS (Valley Equine Hospital) and Gary Pickford (Chapel Forge Farriers).
The paddocks are of paramount importance and we use the services of Roger Allman and The Farm Clinic, USA for our soil and grass analysis. Baileys Horse Feeds supply our feed and supplements and advise on nutrition based on our surveys.
The stud is divided into three units;
Named after the Derby winner and Champion 2yo sire.
Purpose built for youngstock and sales preparation featuring:
• 20 traditional stables in 2 'horse-shoe' yards
• 9 additional stables
• 2 indoor loose barns
• 2 horse walkers
• Lunge ring (with Martin Collins surface)
• 10 small turnout paddocks ideal for yearling preparation and horses out of training
• 3 bedroom bungalow
• 80 acres of paddocks
Named after the 1973 Derby winner.
Broodmare barn and foaling unit featuring:
- 20 stables in a spacious well ventilated American barn
- 4 fully equipped foaling boxes with CCTV
- Veterinary area with crush
- Sitting up room
- Full size indoor school ensuring all weather turnout for mares and foals
- Nursery Paddocks
- 3 bedroom bungalow
- 90 acres of paddocks
Named after Blakeney and Morston's half sister:
• Two American barns comprising of 2 loose barns and 14 stables
• Stallion unit with two stables and two adjacent paddocks
• Covering yard with teasing area
• Veterinary area with crush
• Agricultural unit with cattle barn, workshop and storage for machinery, straw etc.
• 3 houses and 2 flats for staff
• 130 acres of paddocks.