Winning Stud Launched On The Ayrshire Market
A purpose built South Ayrshire stud is now offering prospective buyers the chance to take the reins as it goes on the open market through CKD Galbraith.
New Hall Stud, formerly known as Hall Farm Stud, was established in 1975 and has bred many winning race horses over the years, the most prolific being Donna Blini (Bertolini ex Cal Norma's Lady).
Starting with a handfulof mares, the stud has grown to run a band of approximately 36 broodmares and their foals. In 2000 the stud relocated to its current location in Barbieston to concentrate solely on breeding quality, commercial racehorses. Along with the broodmares, facilities are also provided for yearlings, a number of recuperating horses out of training and resting broodmares.
The property’s outstanding facilities are ideally placed for the market town of Ayr and Ayr Racecourse and have numerous fixtures to allow new owners to continue operating as a stud farm or as an exceptional competition or livery yard.
The sale of New Hall Stud includes a beautifully presented three bedroom house completed in 2001. The property sits in a peaceful position and offers views of the surrounding gardens and grazing paddocks. The outlook is best enjoyed from the spacious kitchen and adjoining living room with double height oak beams, tiled underfloor heating and French doors opening out onto the enclosed rear garden.
The stud is well equipped for a range of equestrian uses with 27 loose boxes, including four foaling boxes, staff room, main office, a covered arena, horse walker and several yearling and foaling sheds. The land comprises 12 well fenced paddocks giving a total of around 66 acres of land, this has been divided into five nursery paddocks and seven smaller paddocks.
Vivien Wright, who is handling the sale of New Hall Stud from CKD Galbraith’s Ayr office, said:
It’s very rare for such a well-equipped and modern equestrian property to appear on the open Scottish property market and we expect a high level of interest from within the equestrian fraternity.
New Hall Stud offers a superb business opportunity coupled with a superb residential house, outbuildings and land all of which are in prime condition allowing for a smooth transition for new owners to take over.
The property is conveniently location for easy access to Ayr, Glasgow and beyond via the A77 and M77 whilst the pretty village of Coylton is a mere two miles away. Coylton has a well-regarded primary school, several shops and a medical practice. A wider range of amenities can be found in Ayr including a cinema, state and private secondary schools, sports facilities and restaurants.
New Hall Stud is on the market at offers over £800,000.