Gaynestown Stud was founded by Jonathan Fogarty in 2012.

Jonathan Fogarty's Grandfather John Cogley handling one of the many horses at the Gaynestown Farm

Jonathan’s Grandfather, John Cogley

Gaynestown farm has passed through many generations dating back as far as the 1800’s. The farm primarily functioned as a mixed tillage and livestock farm however there has always been a tradition of horses here, noteably the breeding and training of both work and sports horses. Jonathan spent the majority of his youth working alongside his grandfather John Cogley and now has the privilege of utilising his vast years of equine experience by turning the farm into a high performance thoroughbred bloodstock business.

Gaynestown is located in the sunny south east of Ireland, south of Wexford town and within close proximity to the quaint fishing village Kilmore Quay and Rosslare Europort. The rolling 160 acres contains prime grassland which is currently in conversion to full organic vegetation. The land is served at the heart by a year round flowing river which is an integral part of the daily post-workout routine for their stock. The stud principle services for their clients include the keeping of boarding mares, the preparation of horses for the sales and the training of horses for the racetrack. The high quality facilities coupled with Jonathan’s experience and eye for detail ensure that all clients are getting the very best of care for their stock and allowing them to reach their maximum potential.