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we take boarding and walking-in mares, foals and yearlings, resting racehorses (including colts) are welcomed

100 acres of paddocks conveniently located just outside Newmarket

CCTV in the foaling boxes, each foaling is supervised by the Stud owners

accommodation for 50 horses - sales preparation - breaking-in and pre-training service

walking-in service for visiting mares, Owner and Manager live on the Stud

weanlings and yearlings run in separate groups of colts and fillies in large paddocks

we have a horsewalker and small turn-out paddocks, our own horsebox and Terravac paddock sweeper

Our Services

At Grove Farm Stud we like to offer our owners good value for money together with the satisfaction of knowing that their horse(s) are in experienced and caring hands.

Our Facilities

Conveniently located just outside Newmarket, we have 100 acres of paddocks specifically allocated to the Stud with accommodation for 50  horses and a high specification of facilities.

Our Winners

We have an impressive list of winners that were bred and raised at Grove Farm Stud and went on to great successes both in the UK and abroad.  The statistics speak for themselves.

horses accommodation

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Grove Farm Stud was established in 1986 on part of a 220-acre farm to provide an economical service for thoroughbred owners and breeders and is owned and managed by Anne and Julian Wilson.




more about our Stud services and facilities
At Grove Farm Stud we take boarding and walking-in mares, foals and yearlings and include sales preparation as part of our services.
We offer a breaking-in/pre-training service and are in an ideal location 8 miles south of Newmarket where resting racehorses (including colts) are welcomed.
We also provide a walking-in service to all the major Stallion Studs in the Newmarket area.
Julian and Anne Wilson with mare and foal at Grove Farm Stud, an established Thoroughbred Stud near Newmarket, Suffolk
Anne and Julian would be pleased to answer any queries or provide further information on the facilities and services we offer at Grove Farm Stud.

Visitors are always made welcome at any time please telephone prior to visit if possible.

If you would like to contact us then details can be found on our Contact page where you will also find a location map should you wish to give us a visit.

Our Latest News

4 months ago
Lady Scatterley wins at Haydock trained by Tim Easterby and ridden by Mr. W. Easterby.
Owned by Mrs. T Whatley.
4 months ago
While we were busy - Light Lily won at Wolverhampton trained by Paul D'Arcy ridden by George Rook.
Light Lily also won at Yarmouth ridden by Hollie Doyle.
Light Lily 4 career wins to date, Bred and Owned by Ken Snell.