In 1940, Camas Park was acquired by Tim Hyde, Champion National Hunt jockey in Ireland in the 1940s. Among his greatest triumphs were winning the Grand National on Workman in 1939, The Cheltenham Gold Cup in 1946 on Prince Regent and two Irish Grand Nationals. He also trained Dominick's Bar to win The Irish Grand National in 1950.
In the second generation, Tim Hyde went on to establish Camas Park Stud as leading bloodstock breeder and consignor. Today, Camas Park is jointly run by Tim Senior and Tim Junior.
The farm is situated on 350 acres of limestone land which is ideal for production and rearing of racehorses. Located 3.2km from Cashel, Co. Tipperary in Southern Ireland.