Magic Dream, a stallion
at Haras du Hoguenet
In 2022, Magic Dream will start his stallion career and stand at Haras du Hoguenet in Normandy. This son of Saint des Saints won the Prix Congress Gr.2 at Auteuil and has a exceptional National-Hunt Pedigree. He was bred by Benoit et Thomas Jeffroy, in partnership with their cousin Philippe Cochard.
"Magic Dream is a tall horse, a great mover with an amazing temperament. He was an excellent jumper with a lot of potential. I am convinced that he ticks a lot of boxes to become a good stallion. Il will bring some and size and quietness to a wide range of mares."
3rd Prix Pride Of Kildare Condition Auteuil 3600m Haies
1st Prix Elseneur Conditions Auteuil 3500m Steeple
By 9 lenghts
1st Prix Congress Group 2 Auteuil 3600m Steeple
1st Blacktype attempt
1st Prix Duc d'Anjou Groupe 3 Auteuil 3500m Steeple
Zelda, in partnership with
Tony Parker (Infinity Nine Horses)
Bred by Haras de Castillon & SCEA des Prairies, Zelda, a promising filly by Zelzal, was partially purchased by Tony Parker (Inifinity Nine Horses).This acquisition marks the start of a new partnership for the Jeffroy family. A brilliant winner for her trainer Jean-Claude Rouget, Zelda is a half-sister to Chez Pierre (Mehmas).
The SCEA des Prairies
The breeding operation of Magic Dream, Never On Sunday, Frankyfourfingers, Stormy Atlantic, Brownie, Apilobar and Texalina in Finistère, passed down by Bernard Jeffroy to his two sons Benoît and Thomas.
In June 2009, Benoît and Thomas Jeffroy took over the family breeding farm developed by their father Bernard in Plonevez-du-Faou, in Finistère. It was their grandfather Robert Jeffroy (cattle dealer) who started this activity with a few broodmares, then Bernard gradually increased this activity.
The Scea des Prairies breeding operation is made of more than 70 broodmares, in partnership with Haras de Castillon, and today has more than 200 acres. These rich pastures are therefore a real advantage for these two entities, which work in close collaboration.
A large part of the horses raised by Benoit and Thomas Jeffroy are intended for auction sales and a part is retained for racing.