Autumn sunset on Autumn colours at Fonthill House gardens

Autumn sunset on autumn colours at Fonthill House gardens

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October Yearling sales 2014

Sharp Relief colt by Holy Roman Emperor – October Yearling Sale Book 2 Lot 548 Monday October 13th 2014 (download catalogue or search for lots) Tremelo Pointe colt out of Pastoral Pursuits – October Yearling Sale Book 3 Lot 1374 Thursday October 16th 2014 (download catalogue or search for lots)

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Yearling colt by Holy Roman Emperor ex Sharp Relief

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Yearling colt by Pastoral Pursuits ex Tremelo Pointe

First day at school !

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Two colts

Our 2 colts destined for books 2 and 3 of the Tattersalls October yearlings sales. They are pictured with Fonthill Stud Groom and Manager, Paul Leach. On the left is a bay colt by Holy Roman Emperor out of Sharp Relief (Galileo) . On the right is a bay colt by Pastoral Pursuits out of Tremelo Pointe (Trempolino).

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The CLA Gamekeepers Long Service Award presented to Mick Lewis

  This award recognises the important role Gamekeepers play in managing the British countryside. To be eligible for this award, Gamekeepers must have completed 40 years of service on no more than five estates. We are proud to have been able to nominate our very own Gamekeeper Mick Lewis who was presented with his award at the CLA Game Fair, Blenheim Palace on Friday 18th July 2014.  

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Inniscastle Lad

Many congratulations to the Lavelle Family and William Muir, owners and trainer of Inniscastle Lad winner of the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Maiden stakes over 6 Furlongs at Nottingham on Friday 18th July. Inniscastle Lad is a bay 2yr old colt by Kyllachy out of Glencal. He was bred by Graham Doyle and Lord Margadale and like his dam was born at Fonthill Stud. His fourth dam is the late …

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Fonthill Estate vs Velcourt Cricket Match

The annual inter-Estate cricket match never fails to provide drama and this year’s sporting occasion was no exception. A blanket of clouds and humidity that sent the barometer all the way to “rain” and beyond added to the pre match tension, as bowlers licked their lips in anticipation of the possibilities of swinging ball and batsmen feared the same. Many amongst the huge crowd that had assembled looked to the …

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Flora and fauna

Mick Lewis our Head Keeper has been taking fantastic pictures of the Estates flora and fauna                                            

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Wildlife on the Estate

We have very relaxed horses and foals here on the estate…               …and some lovely wildlife hiding in our fields.

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