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STAFFORDSTOWN in County Meath, Ireland was originally purchased in 1990, and has now been enlarged to comprise 473 acres of prime grazing land, as well as 32 boxes, plus 2 isolation yards. It is used as a base for foals when they have been weaned and until they are ready to be sold, or to go into training as yearlings.
Julian Lloyd long-term manager of Staffordstown yearling operation, announced his retirement at the end of 2021, with his role set to be divided between John Oxx as director and Paddy Moloney as manager. Staff annually increases in number from 6 during Winter and Spring, to 10 during the Sales Preparation Period and throughout the Autumn.
Staffordstown can be contacted via the Lanwades office.