Many of the world’s foremost breeding operations are based in Britain with some of the most high-profile owners in the world choosing to base the core of their bloodstock operations in Britain.
Offering world-class stallions, a wide range of breeding operations for boarding mares and preparing foals and yearlings for sale, breeding in Britain is a chance to become involved in a rich history of success.
For information and assistance with breeding or to visit some of the most prestigious stud farms in the world please do not hesitate to get in touch.
Britain’s top Stallions of 2020
|Frankel|| Juddmonte Farms||£175,000|
|Nathaniel|| Newsells Park Stud||£25,000|
|Pivotal||Cheveley Park Stud||Private|
|Oasis Dream|| Juddmonte Farms||£25,000|
|Showcasing|| Whitsbury Manor Stud||£55,000|
|New Approach||Dalham Hall||£30,000|
|Dutch Art||Cheveley Park Stud||Private|
|Equiano|| Newsells Park Stud||£6,000|
|Bated Breath|| Juddmonte Farms||£12,500|
|Golden Horn||Dalham Hall||£40,000|
|Expert Eye||Juddmonte Farms||£17,500|
|Mayson||Cheveley Park Stud||£5,000|
|Sea The Moon||Lanwades Stud||£15,000|
Britain’s new stallions for 2020
|Advertise|| The National Stud||£25,000|
|Flag Of Honour||The National Stud||£4,500|
|Land Force|| Highclere Stud||£6,500|
|Le Brivido||Overbury Stud||£7,000|
|Masar|| Dalham Hall Stud||£15,000|
|Sogann||Norton Grove Stud||£2,000|
|Study Of Man|| Lanwades Stud||£15,000|
|Too Darn Hot|| Dalham Hall Stud||£50,000|
|Wusool||Lilling Hall Stud||£5,000|
These are the new stallions that will retire to stud in Britain in 2020.