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Lady's Tralee Raj RID

Lady's Tralee Raj is an exceptional Irish Draught stallion.  17hh high, with exceptional depth and breadth - and the ample quality bone that is SO hard to find!  Add to that, outstanding conformation and movement, and the most fabulous temperament possible  ... what more could you want?

Lady's Tralee Raj

Lady's Tralee Raj  - born 1991

By: Touch of the Blues (Blue Rajah ex Seafin Lady
ex:  Silver Lass (by Silverstone)

17hh  -  10" good flat bone!

Sport Horse/TB mares:  £350
RID mares:                   £300

Sorry:  not available by AI

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Raj's best known daughter is probably Styals Rose of Tralee, a remarkably consistent show winner over many years. 

At the 2009 National Breed Show, Raj cleaned up in the Yearling Filly class which was won by his daughter, Indigo Deep Secret.  2nd was Indigo Sweet Magic, out of Raj daughter, Indigo Tralee Rosebud.  3rd was Indigo Dainty - another Raj daughter, and 5th was yet another Raj daughter, Pure Lady Luck.


Other stallions we have used:

Kenson's Aragorn - now standing in Anglesey

Avanti Amorous Archie - used on Raj daughters in 2008 and 2009.
Concessions for proven performance mares, Hornby Premium mares or more than one mare from the same owner.

Grooms Fee:                                    £10.00 (non-refundable)
Foaling Fee:                                      £150.00

Weekly Keep Charges:                      At Grass (incl. haylage if required)          Stabled at night and fed
Mare                                                     £32.00                                                         £70.00
Mare & Foal                                           £42.00                                                         £80.00
Feed Supplement at grass,                     £12
 if required

Raj is CEM swabbed and EVA vaccinated.

Excellent keep and 24 hour supervision.  Mares taken to foal.  No foal, free return. (31 October.)

There is no VAT on stud fees or keep charges.

Stud fees and keep charges must be paid in full on or before collection of the mare from stud.  Mares are scanned at 14-16 days, and again at 28-30 days.  Mares collected prior to scanning will be assumed in foal and stud fees are payable.

Mares should be sent recently attended to by the farrier, without hind shoes. Mares and foals will have their feet trimmed when necessary and the owner will be charged accordingly.

Mares and foals will be wormed as required and after consultation with owner and the owner will be charged accordingly.

Veterinary Fees
All expenses incurred for visits, examinations and medicines are paid directly to the veterinary surgeon by the stud and will be charged with copy invoice at the end of each month or on collection.
Equine Flu and Tetanus:
Mares must be vaccinated against tetanus and Equine Flu vaccination is recommended.  It is also recommended that pregnant mares are vaccinated against the Equine Herpes Virus (Rhinopneumonitis)

We require mares to be swabbed for Contagious Equine Metritis and that they be blood tested for EVA, no more than four weeks prior to arrival at the stud. 

All mares will have an endometrial swab taken whilst in season unless accompanied by a current certificate of cleanliness (including Contagious Equine Metritis). 
Visiting Mares:
Mares may be kept stabled or in individual (electric fenced) enclosures if requested. The stud has the right to feed or stable grass kept mares as they consider most beneficial to the care of mare and/or foal if the weather changes for the worse and the owners will be charged accordingly. Keep fees may be raised if a mare is not removed within a reasonable period after the owner has been notified that she is ready for collection.
Mares will receive every possible care, attention and supervision but no responsibility can be taken for accident or disease. Veterinary assistance will be called in when deemed necessary and will be chargeable to the owner. All mares are served at their owner's risk and no responsibility can be accepted for injury, damage or loss caused through trying or serving any mare.

Please Note
Mares are covered in hand - and must wear covering boots to avoid serious injury to the stallion and staff.  If mares are bad to handle with their back feet, we reserve the right to charge an additional handling fee!!  Foals at foot are handled, halter broken and taught to lead, if necessary, with no extra charge.