Chapel Stud to Offer 'Pick a Nom' Initiative

New Chapel Stud stallion Bangkok | Mark Cranham

A new stallion nomination initiative, 'Pick a Nom', was launched by Chapel Stud on Thursday. The initiative applies to Chapel Stud stallions Bangkok (Ire) (Australia {GB}), Planteur (Ire) (Danehill Dancer {Ire}), and Walzertakt (Ger) (Montjeu {Ire}). It offers from 10% to 50% discounts on the stallions' Standard Stud Fee (FFR) of £4,000 for Planteur, £3,000 for Bangkok, and £2,500 for Walzertakt. Chapel Stud is also offering a £300 travel voucher for mares traveling more than 200 miles to the stud. For more information, please visit the Chapel Stud website. There will also be a stallion parade at Chapel Stud on Dec. 10 and 11 from 9:30 a.m. to noon prior to racing at Cheltenham. Guests are welcome to view the stallions and enjoy drinks and brunch. To RSVP, please click here.

Simon Davies, owner of the stallions, said, “We appreciate that breeders, as our clients, have very different needs and budgets, and therefore wanted to offer a choice with our stallion nomination terms as well as ensuring value options for everyone.

“The variety of choice is also reflected in the stallions standing at Chapel Stud, with Planteur, who has winners most days led by the incredible Trueshan, new sire Bangkok, an extremely well-bred son of Australia and tremendously tough racehorse, and Walzertakt being by Montjeu out of a Kingmambo mare providing National Hunt breeders with the chance of using this cross.”

Chapel Stud Director, Roisin Close, said, “I am delighted to be working with Simon Davies to offer fantastic stallions at very affordable prices, and welcome visitors to view the stallions at Chapel Stud over the forthcoming months.”

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