Clive Cox


Clive Cox

Beechdown Farm Stables

Sheepdrove Road, Lambourn, Berkshire RG17 7UN
Tel 01488 73072

Welcome to Beechdown Stables which can be found at the top of Sheepdrove in Lambourn. Beechdown Stables has been the home of 11 Group One winners, previous Champion Two Year Old Reckless Abandon and last year’s highest rated Two Year Old, Middle Park and Richmond winner, Supremacy.

Beechdown is also the home of previous July Cup winners,  Harry’ Angel and Lethal Force alongside our two 2020 Royal Ascot Winners – Golden Horde and Nando Parrado. In addition to Profitable, My Dream Boat, Heartache and New Seeker.

We have a capacity for just under 100 horses and an exciting team to look forwards to in the season ahead. With some exciting older horses and a well-bred team of two-year-olds to look forward to.


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Isabella Giles (Ire)

2018 bay filly by Belardo (Ire) ex Majestic Dubawi (GB) (Dubawi (Ire))

Paul & Clare Rooney

Last year Isabella Giles proved herself to be an ultra-consistent filly winning the Group 3 Prestige Stakes at Goodwood and following this by winning the Rockfel (Group 2) at Newmarket. She holds entries in the French, Irish and English 1000 Guineas and we look forward to getting her on the track in the not too distant future.

Nando Parrado (GB)

2018 bay colt by Kodiac (GB) ex Chibola (Arg) (Roy (USA))

Mrs Marie McCartan

Nando Parrado was our 150/1 winner of the Coventry Stakes (Group 2) at Royal Ascot and followed this with promising second placed runs in both the Prix Morny (Group 1) and the Qatar Prix Jean-Luc Lagardere (Group 1). He has entries in the French, Irish and English 2000 Guineas and we are very excited about him.

Supremacy (Ire)

2018 bay colt by Mehmas (Ire) ex Triggers Broom (Ire) (Arcano (Ire))

Mr Jason Goddard

Another model of consistency and one of our stars of last year who finished up his season winning the Middle Park (Group 1) at Newmarket. Rated 118, he was the highest rated two-year-old over 6f and will be targeting the Commonwealth Cup at Royal Ascot.

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For over 30 years, The Lambourn Open Day has been the chief provider of funds for the welfare of our superb and hard working stable staff.

All the profits go towards helping them and their families. The bulk of the money goes to our Registered Charity, The Lambourn Valley Housing Trust. Please see below. The rest, about 10%, goes to helping various facilities for them, such as the Lambourn School, their Sports Club etc, as well as to the Thames Valley Air Ambulance.