The Haras de la Huderie, located in the heart of "Pays d'Auge", 8 kilometres from Deauville, is close to the race courses, the training centre and the best french studs. One stallion is staying at the stud: Sandwaki, unbeaten at 2 in 3 races (5 furlongs), including Prix du Bois.
The owners have two passions, horses and architecture. They built in the 70' a house designed by the world-famous architect Marcel Breuer whose landmarks include the Whitney Museum in New York and Unesco in Paris. This avant-garde house was later inventoried as one of the Historical Monument of France, a very exclusive reward awarded by the French Ministry of Culture and Arts.
They have sponsored the Prix du Haras de la Huderie in Deauville, a renowned Listed Race for two-years old colts, since 1987.
Among the 125 acres of gently rollings fields surrounding this astounding house, the owners have created a quality stud, an exclusive boutique hotel for horses. Land of excellent composition, thirty boxes recently built with the best materials, a competent and dedicated staff are some elements that attract owners and breeders who want the best for their Mares, Fillies and Colts.
|Constructed around 1970 by Marcel Breuer, it is the only residential home constructed in France by a Bauhaus architect.
The Villa Sayer is open one day a year to the public, for enthusiastic architects to visit the exterior of this splendid house.
Open on European Heritage Days from 14:00 to 17:30.
Ticket prices are:
Adults - 21€
Under 18’s - Free