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Tours Information

All National Stud tour enquiries and bookings are now managed by Discover Newmarket, and pre booking of tours is essential

To make your booking for a daily tour; call 0344 748 9200 and select option 1  

Click here to book directly via the website or for group/bespoke tour enquiries please call 0344 748 9200 and select option 2

The National Stud is open for regular tours from March to October, so there is plenty of opportunity to re-visit the stud to experience different parts of the breeding year. Most tours include visits to the Foaling Unit and nursery paddocks in the early spring, where you may see newborn foals; the superb Stallion Unit, with the opportunity to see the stallions in their paddocks or going about their daily work, as well as visiting various yards and paddocks where you can watch the mares and foals grazing and enjoying the sunshine.

PLEASE NOTE:

Foals are very susceptible to cold and wet weather, so in bad weather young foals will not be turned out in the paddocks and it may not always be possible to visit the Foaling Unit if
there are any newborn foals that need quiet and recuperation.

Our stallions are busiest during the breeding season (February—June) so will not always be available to see during every tour and it is not always possible to see inside the covering
shed during the breeding season. Stallions are not turned out during bad weather or during the Sales.


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Latest News

02.02.2016
Toronado's first foals impressing breeders
Toronado's first foals are on the ground and breeders are already enthusiastic about what's to come from this young sire.
25.01.2016
Gregorian's first foal arrives!
We are delighted to announce that Gregorian has sired his first foal, a bay colt born at Rosyground Stud.
30.10.2015
Squash flattens all but one!
Pastoral Pursuits has enjoyed more success this afternoon, with his 2yo daughter Squash flying home in pursuit of the winner, Only Mine, to finish 2nd by just a short head in the Listed Bosra Sham Fill