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- n. a farm where horses are bred
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The Blunts found their horses, but their travels in the Ottoman Empire so radicalized Wilfrid that he left the stud farm to Lady Anne.
When I asked the trainer ( 'Call me Phil') the quickest way to London he said, 'By taxi to Didcot,' and I thought it ironic that I'd travelled three parts of an oval on Golden Malt and ended in the underpass village of East Ilsley which was actually nearer to Surtees's stud farm than to Emily's yard.
My older brother has a successful stud farm in County Meath, and hopes to breed a Derby or a Grand National winner.
Patsy's and Surtees's stud farm lay on the outskirts of a village south of Hungerford.