ONE OF THE MOST SUCCESSFUL STUD FARMS IN EUROPE




Breeding Regulation Documents

Cheveley Park Stud Ltd. Registered No. 1222930.

Tel: 00 44 (0)1638 730316


Registered in England.

Fax: 00 44 (0)1638 730868


Registered Office: Cheveley Park Stud,

e-mail: enquiries@cheveleypark.co.uk


Duchess Drive, Newmarket, Suffolk, CB8 9DD


Welcome to Cheveley Park Stud

Cheveley Park Stud is renowned as one of the most successful thoroughbred horse farms in Europe.


Situated in Newmarket, England – the ancestral home of horse racing – the stud extends to just under 1,000 acres. Cheveley Park Stud itself is home to seven top class stallions, while the nearby Sandwich, Strawberry Hill, Ashley Heath and Warren Hill divisions accommodate the company's other bloodstock interests.


Current Owners:

David & Patricia Thompson


Dutch Art

(2004 ch. Medicean - Halland Park Lass by Spectrum)
The Leading young Sire in the UK.
2016 Fee: £40,000 (1st Oct SLF Terms)




(1998 b. Pivotal - Pretty Poppy by Song)
Champion Sprinter and Multiple Group Winning sire.
2013 Fee: £12,500 (1st Oct LF Free Return Terms)


Mayson


(2008 b. Invincible Spirit - Mayleaf by Pivotal)
Winner of the Gr.1 Darley July Cup by 5 lengths.
2013 Fee: £8,000 (1st Oct LF Free Return Terms)
New For 2013.


Cheveley Park Stud News

Kyllachy

(1998 b. Pivotal - Pretty Poppy by Song)
Champion Sprinter and Multiple Group Winning sire

2016 Fee: £15,000 (1st Oct SLF Terms)




(1998 b. Pivotal - Pretty Poppy by Song)
Champion Sprinter and Multiple Group Winning sire.
2013 Fee: £12,500 (1st Oct LF Free Return Terms)


Mayson


(2008 b. Invincible Spirit - Mayleaf by Pivotal)
Winner of the Gr.1 Darley July Cup by 5 lengths.
2013 Fee: £8,000 (1st Oct LF Free Return Terms)
New For 2013.


Mayson

(2008 b. Invincible Spirit - Mayleaf by Pivotal)
Winner of the Gr.1 Darley July Cup by 5 lengths.
2016 Fee: £5,000 (1st Oct SLF Terms)





(1998 b. Pivotal - Pretty Poppy by Song)
Champion Sprinter and Multiple Group Winning sire.
2013 Fee: £12,500 (1st Oct LF Free Return Terms)


Mayson


(2008 b. Invincible Spirit - Mayleaf by Pivotal)
Winner of the Gr.1 Darley July Cup by 5 lengths.
2013 Fee: £8,000 (1st Oct LF Free Return Terms)
New For 2013.


Medicean

(1997 ch. Machiavellian - Mystic Goddess by Storm Bird)
Sire of another three Group 1 winners in 2012.

2016 Fee: £8,000 (1st Oct SLF Terms)




(1998 b. Pivotal - Pretty Poppy by Song)
Champion Sprinter and Multiple Group Winning sire.
2013 Fee: £12,500 (1st Oct LF Free Return Terms)


Mayson


(2008 b. Invincible Spirit - Mayleaf by Pivotal)
Winner of the Gr.1 Darley July Cup by 5 lengths.
2013 Fee: £8,000 (1st Oct LF Free Return Terms)
New For 2013.


Pivotal

(1993 ch. Polar Falcon - Fearless Revival by Cozzene)
One of the Worlds leading sires

2016 Fee: £45,000 (1st Oct SLF Terms)




(1998 b. Pivotal - Pretty Poppy by Song)
Champion Sprinter and Multiple Group Winning sire.
2013 Fee: £12,500 (1st Oct LF Free Return Terms)


Mayson


(2008 b. Invincible Spirit - Mayleaf by Pivotal)
Winner of the Gr.1 Darley July Cup by 5 lengths.
2013 Fee: £8,000 (1st Oct LF Free Return Terms)
New For 2013.



Our Stallions






Mayson


(2008 b. Invincible Spirit - Mayleaf by Pivotal)
Winner of the Gr.1 Darley July Cup by 5 lengths.
2013 Fee: £8,000 (1st Oct LF Free Return Terms)
New For 2013.


Garswood

(2010 b. Dutch Art - Penchant by Kyllachy)
Leading Sprinter from a very fast family.
2016 Fee: £5,000 (1st Oct SLF Terms)




(1998 b. Pivotal - Pretty Poppy by Song)
Champion Sprinter and Multiple Group Winning sire.
2013 Fee: £12,500 (1st Oct LF Free Return Terms)


Mayson


(2008 b. Invincible Spirit - Mayleaf by Pivotal)
Winner of the Gr.1 Darley July Cup by 5 lengths.
2013 Fee: £8,000 (1st Oct LF Free Return Terms)
New For 2013.


Lethal Force

(2009 gr. Dark Angel - Land Army by Desert Style)
The Cartier Champion Sprinter of 2013.
2016 Fee: £10,000 (1st Oct SLF Terms)




(1998 b. Pivotal - Pretty Poppy by Song)
Champion Sprinter and Multiple Group Winning sire.
2013 Fee: £12,500 (1st Oct LF Free Return Terms)


Mayson


(2008 b. Invincible Spirit - Mayleaf by Pivotal)
Winner of the Gr.1 Darley July Cup by 5 lengths.
2013 Fee: £8,000 (1st Oct LF Free Return Terms)
New For 2013.


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29/08/16


Private Matter earns more black type for Mayson



Mayson continues up the stallion ranks when another juvenile earns some black type when the Richard Fahey trained Private Matter stays on very well to finish second in the Champion Two Year Old Trophy at Ripon.


He is another juvenile finding his strength and improving with each start.



27/08/2016


Lightning Spear shows his true colours winning the Celebration Mile.


Owner - Qatar Racing Ltd.

Breeder - Newsells Park Stud

Trainer - David Simcock

Sitting off the pace the handsome looking 5yo Lightning Spear stalked the leaders before being brought with a decisive run inside the final furlong to win the Celebration Mile (Gr.2) at Goodwood. This son of Pivotal has always threatened to be a useful sort but has taken time to find his real strength but should now become one of the main milers around.


The Cheveley Park Stud’s Zonderland ran another race of credit when he finished second in the prestigous prize. The son of Dutch Art is improving with every race and will be a real force next year when he gets his full strength.


Another 5yo son of Pivotal has also improved to win a good race on the same card at Goodwood, when the Cheveley Park Stud homebred Certificate won the Heritage Revival Handicap Stakes. Always close up, Roger Varian’s charge was the likely winner from a long way out and will now no doubt contest pattern races.

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25/08/2016


Lethal Force yearlings in demand at Goffs Uk sales.


Lethal Force’s first crop of yearlings have been in big demand this week at the newly titled Goffs UK sales at Doncaster. Many of the progeny look very racy and have made up to £102,000, with buyers such as Peter & Ross Doyle, Ger Lyons, Mark Johnson, Bryan Smart, Highfield Farm and Eve Johnson Houghton signing the tickets.


It looks very exciting as his sire Dark Angel continually going from strength to strength.

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19/08/2016


Alignement becomes Pivotal ‘s latest Stakes winner.


Owner /Breeder - Wertheimer et Frere

Trainer - Carlos Laffon-Parias


Alignement appreciated the step up in trip to 9 furlongs when winning the Listed Prix Pelleas at Clairfontaine. He quickened up nicely to win his fourth race and first Stakes race.


This son of Pivotal looks most progressive.

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11/08/2016


Zonderland wins first Group race at Salisbury.


Owner/Breeder - Cheveley Park Stud

Trainer - C Cox


The good looking Zonderland is really progressing now and took his first Group prize with authority here. Sat just behind the pace, he quickened up really well to win the Group 3 Sovereign Stakes with a bit of style only idling close home.


This son of Dutch Art is something to look forward to for the remainder of the year and 2017.

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26/07/2016


Dutch Connection readily wins the Lennox stakes.


Owner - Godolphin

Breeder - Mrs P. Roy

Trainer - Charlie Hills


Back on his favoured fast ground, Dutch Connection showed his explosive turn of foot to land the Gr.2 Lennox Stakes at Goodwood. Travelling nicely just in behind if was soon evident that he was going to win with something to spare.


This son of Dutch Art will be winning at the level again very shortly.

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4/09/16


Arthenus becomes latest Dutch Art Stakes winner


Owners - A. Coombs & J. W. Rowley

Breeder - Brook Stud Bloodstock

Trainer - James Fanshawe


Following up from a Group 2 place last time, Arthenus returned to France to land the Listed Prix de Boulogne at Saint-Cloud a shade cosily. The son of Dutch Art was restrained early but came with a steady run to take up the lead inside the final furlong and won a shade cosily.