Mare Share Scheme
Bloodstock Breeding begins with the acquisition of promising broodmares as identified by our broodmare criteria and mating them with suitable stallions. The term “suitable” covers the compatibility of the stallion’s pedigree, performance, conformation and temperament with those of the mare. The matching of a stallion’s pedigree with that of the mare’s is often referred to as a “nick”, signifying the likelihood of duplicated ancestry producing comparable winning progeny.
STICK OR TWIST?
Do you have a well bred nice tempered winning filly?
Do you take the gamble of breeding from her?
Let Charlock Stud improve your odds!
Instead of selling your filly or mare, why not breed from her?
It’s simpler than you think.
Introducing the Charlock Stud Mare Share scheme