The Cliveden Stud is one of the most influential studs in racing history. From Buchan who won the Doncaster Cup, Chester Vase and Eclipse Stakes in 1920 to the most famous – Reference Point – who won the Derby, King George and St. Leger in 1987. More recent wins include Daggers Drawn who won the Richmond Stakes and Champagne Stakes in 1997, and Endorsement won the 1999 Queen’s Vase. The stud was originally owned and built by Lord Astor, starting in 1908. Over more than a century now, the stud has produced successful horses.

Since its sale in 2006, Tessa Spencer has been Proprietor of a successful Stud and competition Livery yard. The tradition of breeding potentially successful horses has not ended with the move away from racing, and the progeny from the Cliveden Stud continues.



 

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