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Boarding Mares

Mare and Newborn FoalThere are currently around 90 resident mares on the stud that are boarded throughout the year. Unfortunately we can no longer take permanent boarders or mares to foal down, however, we do offer considerable scope to board clients’ mares during the breeding season. Barren mares & maiden fillies usually arrive in early February and stay until they are safely scanned in foal. Mares with foals at foot can arrive once the foal is two weeks old or more.

We offer significant keep concessions for seasonal boarders visiting our stallions.

The stud itself consists of over 750 acres of secure post and rail paddocks situated on the chalk of the Hampshire Downs which provides exceptional drainage and is ideal for ensuring good bone growth in developing youngstock. There are 150 stables separated between 5 different yards.

The facilities include a separate yard for maiden and barren mares which consists of two barns, a horse walker and four dry all-weather wood chip paddocks for winter turn-outs. There is also a separate isolation yard of 20 boxes in order that we can provide the complete spectrum of services in managing the interests of our clients.

Resident Veterinary Service

Mare Resident VetPinkham Equine Resident veterinary service at Whitsbury Manor Stud, with on site Laboratory.
Charlie Pinkham graduated from Liverpool University in 2005. He has worked for Greenwood Ellis and Partners, who built and established the Newmarket Equine Hospital. During his time there he worked on a number of large stud farms around Newmarket. In all he spent 5 years in all aspects of Newmarket stud life including organising the Newmarket Equine Hospital Discussion Group and assisting with the National Stud Education programme. Whilst at the Newmarket Equine Hospital he undertook two periods working on studs in Australia.

Charlie moved to Sussex to work at the Arundel Equine Hospital in 2012, then set up Pinkham Equine Veterinary Services  based at Whitsbury Manor Stud in 2014.

LucyCharlie is assisted by Lucy Brock.  Lucy graduated from the University of Liverpool in 2007. She moved to Australia and since then has shuttled between the northern and southern hemispheres working alternately for two world leading equine hospitals, the Newmarket Equine Hospital and Scone Equine Hospital.

Together, Charlie & Lucy provide a Newmarket quality veterinary service which gives each visiting mare the best chance of getting in foal.

We strive to offer extremely competitive rates and If you would like to come and view our facilities or discuss any of our services, please contact Phil Haworth on 01725 518254 or email enquiries@whitsburymanorstud.co.uk