Stud may refer to:

  • Stud (animal), an animal retained for breeding
  • Stud farm, a property where livestock are bred
  • Studs, protrusions on the sole of a shoe, worn when playing sports
  • Shirt stud
  • Wall stud, a vertical member in construction
  • A kind of bolt.

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Saumarez (horse) - Stud Record
... George, Saumaurez was retired to stud ... He currently stands at Odessa Stud in Ceres, Western Cape in South Africa ...
Childwickbury Stud
... Childwickbury Stud is a Thoroughbred horse breeding farm near St Albans, Hertfordshire, England ... part of his Childwickbury estate, he bred and raced Thoroughbreds and built Childwickbury Stud into a very successful horse breeding operation ... racehorse owner, Jack Barnato Joel, bought the estate including the stud farm farm around 1906 ...
Stud - In Entertainment
... Stud poker, a card game with numerous variations, including Five-card stud Seven-card stud Caribbean stud poker The Stud (novel), by Jackie Collins The Stud (film), a 1978 film based on the novel and starring Joan ...
Sir Archy - At Stud
... Sir Archy went to stud, at first under Davie, then under Davie's son, who appears to have stood the stallion in Virginia for a couple of years ... Even at the advanced age of 24, Sir Archy's stud fee was $100 ... years he stood at Mowfield, Sir Archy earned $76,000 in stud fees ...
Solario - Stud Career
... Solario commenced stud duties at Newmarket at a fee of 500 guineas a mare ... Solario was sent to stand at Terrace House Stud (now Tattersalls' Park Paddocks in Newmarket, Suffolk) ...