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Set in the beautiful Wiltshire countryside, Kington Langley Stud offers a comprehensive range of services to the modern breeder, first class expertise in equine rehabilitation and carefully produced competition horses

Kington Langley Stud is a private stud providing a personal service for you and your mare, we are situated within easy access off Junction 17 of the M4 on the outskirts of Chippenham, Wiltshire. 

Our brand new purpose facilites are built to DEFRA international requirements and purpose built for:

 - Embryo transfer

 - Stallion training for collection

 - Semen freezing and storage

 - Artificial Insemination 

 - Mare foaling  

Bob Livock who owns and runs Kington Langley Stud is an experienced horseman and has been involved with stallion handling and stud work for most of his life.  He has been involved at top level show-jumping both as a competitor and as an equine dentist to the top riders around the world.         

Graf Quidam and Scott Molloy both 18 years of age jumping in the 2013 HOYS qualifyer   


Our stallions have exceptional temperaments and bring intelligence and performance to their offspring.  Graf Quidam, a Silver Elite stallion, who's sire was the famous Quidam de Revell, Olympic medal winning stallion.

Graf's progeny are careful with enormous scope and are successfully competing in the showjumping circuit around Europe. We also have limited semen from Larduc available, he was one of only a handful of exceptional Trakeahner bred stallions to pass his 100 day performance test with maximum score in all three disciplines! He excelled in dressage and three day eventing and his youngsters have shown to have magnificent movement and presence. We have a number of stallions available and can help you select the right match for you and your mare.

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