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Darley breed racehorses for Sheikh Mohammed, the ruler of Dubai. One of the world's largest breeding and racing companies, Darley also has stallions for other people to use to father their own racehorses.
Darley has stud farms in lots of countries: Britain, Ireland, America, Japan and Australia. Darley also have stallions in France and China.
Dalham Hall Stud (pictured) in Newmarket was Darley's first stud farm, bought in 1981. The stud is now made up of 12 separate farms, including Dalham Hall, and covers around 3,750 acres of land around Newmarket - equivalent to over 1,500 football pitches!
At Darley, foals are born and raised before they go to a racing stable to learn how to run fast. The best male racehorses will come back to Darley to become stallions. The females, or mares, will come here to have foals of their own, who will hopefully one day race too. Many Champion racehorses have been born here.
To find out where the name Darley came from, have a look at our history section.
Since 2005, Darley have been organising visits for schools and various other groups to come to the stud and see how it all works. In 2012 we had 1,200 visitors who came to have a behind the scenes look at the business of a stud farm. This included the chance to see some of the famous racehorses who are now stallions and meeting some of the foals.