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,


Duchess Drive, Newmarket, Suffolk, CB8 9DD

Lethal Force News

Lethal Force

(2009 gr. Dark Angel - Land Army by Desert Style)

Height: 16.1 h.h. (1.65m)

2017 Fee: £10,000 (1st Oct SLF Terms)


Lethal Force voted Cartier Champion Sprinter.

Following two memorable wins in the Diamond Jubilee Stakes Gr.1 at Royal Ascot and the Darley July Cup, Gr.1 at Newmarket, LETHAL FORCE was awarded the Cartier Sprinter of the Year.

Lethal Force is now settled into his new surroundings at Cheveley Park Stud awaiting the start of the 2014 breeding season.


Lethal Force brochure pages 2017


Lethal Force causes a stir.

The first foal at public auction by the Cheveley Park Stud stallion Lethal Force was the first lot through the ring on the second day of the Goffs November Foal Sales. The colt out of the Rock Of Gibraltar mare, Western Eyes was sent up by Rathasker Stud and realised €60,000 when he was sold to Ballintober Stud.

Lethal Force who was a dual Group 1 winner and the fastest horse ever over 6 furlongs at Newmarket, has his first crop of foals on offer this year is already getting people talking as they catch the eye. Watch this space. There is more to come.



More Lethal in the Sales Ring.

The first crop foals of Lethal Force have again been hitting the high spots at Goffs November Sales. Colts by Lethal Force were sold were offered by Tara Stud and Middlelane Farm and sold for €135,000 and €120,000 respectively.

The son of Dark Angel is in big demand and with more offspring being offered at Tattersalls next week, it could be interesting.



Lethal Force colt tops Day 2 at Tattersalls.

A bl/gr colt foal by Lethal Force sold for 110,000gns at the Tattersalls December Foal Sales at Newmarket. Sent up from Battlefield Farm on behalf of John & Trish Johnson’s Bishop Wilton Stud, the colt out of Ha’Penny Beacon  was in great demand and was purchased by international agent Mick Flanagan for a group of British and Irish owners.

The Force has truly awoken!



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.



Lethal Force yearling continue to sell well.

Further to the early signs shown at Doncaster earlier in the summer, Lethal Force yearlings remain in great demand. His sire Dark Angel continues to take all before him, so the prices of his best son are selling well. They include colts at 160,000gns and 125,000gns  sold to Peter & Ross Doyle,  As well as Shadwell Estates paying 120,000gns for another colt.