Horse racing has been one of the World’s favourite pastimes for ages. Americans, Europeans, British, Arabs, Asians, Indians, Africans, Australians horseracing enthusiasts all feel at home wherever there’s a racecourse to visit in the World. And there are plenty. Everywhere. Like soccer, NBA or cricket fans, they all talk the same language when it comes to their champions, their stables, their stud farms and their yearlings. They play… and they get to know each other too.

Pegasus, a full range of services for the bloodstock investor.

Pegasus Farms Ltd


Hervé Barjot, the founder of Pegasus farms Ltd, was raised in a Normandy stud farm, like his parents and grandparents before him. He became a bloodstock agent after a World trip in the business most reputable franchises in Ireland, Australia, United States and, naturally, France. He became his own man in 2002, when he set up Pegasus to advise and help investors to make their dream of a successful stable/stud farm come true.


Choose a good horse is the most important thing to win.


Our successes have an extraordinary record!

Since Pegasus Farms was founded by Hervé Barjot in 2002, its clients have acquired, bred or sold first class racehorses both over the falt and in jumps racing.

The 20 max horses in training per year it managed accumulated earlings of nearly €12m on French racecourses between 2010 and 2014 in both codes. The same horses posted a place (1st to 3rd) strike rate of 55 to 76% every year. The success of Pegasus clients and partners is steady and the earnings in racing, excluding returns of sales, have exceeded the maintenance costs.

At most International sales in the World, thanks to his experience in France (at the family stud farm, Haras du Gué Foulon, and five years as manager at the Haras des Capucines), in Ireland (Ardenode Stud/Coolmore), the USA and Australia (Coolmore), Hervé was able to build up successful racing stables and breeding operations from scratch.

Hervé is also an expert when it comes to pick up rare individuals that bring large rewards. French Gold Cup triple winner Mid Dancer was purchased for €100,000 and became the richest French jumper ever with over €3.3m in earnings and 16 Group wins.