We run mares and foals on 90 acres of gently sloping light clay underlain by chalk. The land has been in stud use earlier in the 20th century under the name of Node Stud, when owned by the well known breeder and owner Capt R Brorrey (and his sister)
We currently have 14 mares on the stud including boarders and all stock is produced for public sales at foal and yearling auctions in Ireland, France and the UK.
Our most notable produce is Group 1 winner Wootten Bassett whose dam, Balladonia, is still at Laundry Cottage.
The Mares and foals are handled everyday but remain outside other than in particularly indecent weather (We have stabling for 40 as well as shelters within the fields). We aim to produce healthy, robust racehorses and we believe that our regime of care, combined with excellent pasture, delivers superior stock.