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May 12, 2015

Paco Boy’s May Runners

– May has started well with Scalzo finishing first past the post on the 2nd at Doncaster and again on 22nd May at Haydock in a field of 13. ‘Scalzo absolutely bolted up and looked a colt miles ahead of his opening mark. The Jersey Stakes is a potential target.’

Ventura Castle won at Ripon on the 8th May. ‘Ventura Castle had the run of the race.’

Mitchum Swagger quickened up smartly on his first time out to beat a field of 20 strong at Newbury on 15th May in the Coolmore Maiden Stakes.

Another Boy won second time out on the 19th May at Chepstead ridden by Pat Dobbs.

Stella di Paco won a Listed Race in Wagnganui in Australia at the end of May.

Taffetta won a maiden stakes at Beverly on 23rd May which was a well deserved success.

Peacock won again on the 30th May in a Listed Race in Newmarket.

 

 

May 5, 2015

Foaling at Highclere Stud

From early January to now there has been many a sleepless night for the staff at Highclere Stud. 45 foals have been successfully brought into the world by our hardworking and dedicated team. There is very exciting looking crop of foals on the ground now. Well done to everyone involved!

 

Highclere Stud Work Placements

Here at Highclere Stud we welcome people with a thirst for knowledge and an aptitude for learning. We often have people join the team on work experience broadening their understanding of the industry and giving them a taste of life on a busy stud farm. Below is a letter of thanks from one such individual following his time here.

‘Thank you so much for giving me the opportunity to work at Highclere Stud. It’s not everyday that a person like me, with limited experience of horses, gets an opportunity to work for a highly regarded and successful establishment like Highclere. The experience I gained was invaluable and I literally didn’t stop learning until the very last minute. All the staff were so patient with me and they guided me through excellently. Mornings with the farrier, overseeing veterinary procedures and being present at coverings helped my understanding of the Bloodstock world immensely. I cannot thank you enough.’