Open House for Newmarket Stallions

Stradivarius and friends will be on show at the National Stud 

Super Sunday for bloodstock enthusiasts is fast approaching, with stallion farms in Newmarket set to open their doors for breeders on the quiet day between the end of the foal sale and the start of the mares sale at Tattersalls. In addition to those based in Newmarket, there will be a few visiting stallions in town throughout the week, and the viewing is by no means restricted to Sunday, as the guide below shows.

Dullingham Park

The brand new stallion yard at Dullingham Park is now home to the dual Group 1-winning sprinter Shaquille (GB) and Soldier's Call (GB), who will stand his first season in Britain in 2024. Visitors are welcome from Saturday to Tuesday, 8am to 4pm.

Darley, Dalham Hall Stud

Darley will be showing its two new recruits to the British roster, the Group 1 winners Modern Games (Ire) and Triple Time (Ire), while Native Trail (GB) will also be visiting from Ireland. Established residents Cracksman (GB), Masar (Ire), Space Blues (Ire), Palace Pier (GB), Perfect Power (Ire) and Territories (Ire) are also on show from Saturday to Wednesday, at 11.30am, 12.30pm, 1.30pm and 2.30pm. Please register via the Darley website.


Sea The Moon (Ger), Study Of Man (Ire) and Bobby's Kitten will be shown at Lanwades on Sunday at 11.30am and 1.30pm. Please register with the stud via this link.

The National Stud

New recruit Mutasaabeq (Ire) will be on show alongside Stradivarius (Ire), Lope Y Fernandez (Ire), Rajasinghe (Ire) and Time Test (GB) on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 3pm.

Shadwell, Beech House Stud

Regularly used during the December Sales by Shadwell, Beech House Stud is now the permanent home of its British-based stallions. The line-up has been enhanced by Mostahdaf (Ire), one of the top-rated horses in the world in 2023, who joins Baaeed (GB) and Mohaather (GB). All three will be on show from Saturday to Tuesday, on the hour from 10am to 3pm, with a break at 12 noon.

Cheveley Park Stud

Twilight Son (GB) and Ulysses (GB) are available for viewing from Monday to Friday, from 9.30am to 3.30pm. Please call the stud office on 01638 730316 to make an appointment.


Tweenhills' Classic winner Kameko, whose first runners will take to the track in 2024, and Newsells Park Stud's A'Ali (Ire), who has his first foals for sale, will both be on show at Longholes from Sunday to Tuesday, 10am to 3.30pm.

Crockfords Stud

Culworth Grounds Farm's first stallion El Caballo (GB) will be based next week at Crockfords, opposite the rear entrance to Tattersalls.


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