Salcey Forest Stud relocates to new home

The operation has moved from its Northamptonshire base to Sandall House Farm in Warwickshire

Daniel Creighton and Josh Schwartz’s Salcey Forest Stud has relocated from its Northamptonshire base to Sandall House Farm in Warwickshire.

The pair, who formed the stud in 2013, have had a number of notable results including having purchased five-time Group 1 winner Laurens for owner John Dance. The also consigned the top lot at the Goffs London Sale in 2018, when Belle Josephine sold for £720,000.

Creighton and Schwartz purchased and currently manage the stallion Pearl Secret, who resides at Chapel Stud in Worcestershire.

Salcey Forest Stud’s new base, located near Henley-in-Arden, consists of 70 acres, Loddon boxes set out in two barns, an indoor and outdoor school, solarium, walker, lunge ring and gallop.

Creighton said: “The business has been going from strength to strength and we wanted to move to a place that better suited our needs going forward. Sandall House Farm ticks all the boxes as we remain in a central location for our clients, but we have access to top-of-the-range facilities.”

Schwartz said: “We started at Salcey Forest in Northampton but quickly outgrew the facilities, so we are pleased to be moving forward.

“We are delighted that our loyal clients and staff have moved with us and we will continue to offer a high-class service from our new base, while we also look forward to welcoming new clients to the farm.”

Creighton and Schwartz also run C&S Bloodstock and they have recently launched a new website for the stud and agency at www.csbloodstock.com.

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