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Mares and Young Stock for Sale

Being involved with a broodmare, whether outright or in shares, is a fascinating and rewarding experience. Deciding the mating, viewing the stallions, seeing the foal at a day old and watching it grow and mature into a racehorse and then see it run on the track, is one of the best things anyone can ever get involved with. At Dullingham Park we have the ideal situation for the above in a tranquil setting and being just four miles from Newmarket, we are very lucky to have access to many top stallions in close proximity. Our vets at Rossdales are second to none and the hospital is better than anywhere you would go to yourself. Angie and I take great pride in what we have achieved and love to share it with like-minded people. Please have a look at what we have to offer at present below.


 Medicean ex Seasonal Blossom



Brushing with her 2017 Casamento colt

The pedigree of Brushing 


2006 Chesnut Mare
first ascendancy
Medicean (GB)
Seasonal Blossom (IRE)
second ascendancy
Machiavellian (USA)  
Mystic Goddess (USA)
Fairy King (USA) 
Temporary Lull (USA)
third ascendancy
Mr Prospector (USA) 
Coup De Folie (USA)
Storm Bird (CAN)
Rose Goddess (IRE)
Northern Dancer (CAN) 
Fairy Bridge (USA)
Super Concorde (USA)
Magazine (USA)

Brushing, who was herself bred at Dullingham, was a very good racehorse winning her maiden over six furlongs and then progressing to be a black type winner of the Galtres Stakes at York. She also fulfilled one of my great ambitions by winning the Cumberland Plate for me. She won over £63,000.

She retired to stud very sound and her first foal has shown ability. She has had a cracking colt foal by Casamento and  she is visiting Sixties Icon this season. For anybody wishing to get involved in the breeding side of our sport, this is a inexpensive way to start off and with a high class mare.

There is a half share for sale in her with Dullingham Park retaining the other half share - Price on application