Quality Agistment - Bradbury Park

By: Bradbury Park  06-Dec-2011

Bradbury Park offers quality agistment for Mares (dry and wet), foals, weanlings, yearlings and spellers.  With the farm being majority hedging and the remaining fencing being replaced to become suitable for Horses, every possibility to ensure your horse is safe and sound has been made.

New Colt Yards have been built, with further in the pipeline.

Other products and services from Bradbury Park


NZ Bloodstock Ready to Run Sale 2011

Draft details, Photos and Breeze Up times will be posted 1st November in the Bradbury Park one stop shop promotion. Bradbury Park’s Draft for NZ Bloodstock Karaka, Ready to Run Sale to be held on 15th & 16th November 2011.


Mares Under Lights - Bradbury Park

2010 Season Bradbury Park had all 15 Mares ready for service two days prior to the season beginning and by the 12th September 2010 13 mares were served. It is interesting that the mares that are not Under Lights take longer to come in to cycling compared to Mares Under Lights. Dave is Bradbury Park’s Reproductive Vet, his results are to be admired.


Sales Preparation - Bradbury Park

Sending your Yearlings to Bradbury Park will be money well spent; with the education, routine and style of preparation Bradbury Park has to offer, your Yearlings will be able to join any Stable in NZ, Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore, etc and not only be comfortable but also settled in the box and stable environment.


Weaning & Handling - Bradbury Park

A benefiting factor to an owner is knowing that Casey is the key person who Handles their Foal using effective handling skills learnt from years of being in the Thoroughbred Industry. Casey and Michelle are very proud of their farm and facilities on offer to make Handling and Weaning as stress free as possible for the Mare and Foal. Keep a look out at the 2012 NZ Bloodstock Karaka Yearling Sales for Yearlings with the Bp Cipher.


Bradbury Park - Bradbury Park

Having record parade numbers for Bradbury Park provided us with promising information that our horses were in demand.