In 1560 all Pardubiceś earldom land together with kladrubś court and manor house, including his park was sold by Jaroslav z Perštejna to the royal cabinet. In 1563 The National stud was founded by Caesar Maxmilián II. Since then our famous and reputable horse breeding in Kladruby was established. In 1579 the original horse – park was upgraded to caeser court stud by caesar Rudolf II. That year is confirmed as the official year the stud was established. Ceaser gave the order to build a new castle for his stays. In 1588 the first article about about the castle was written in the urban book of pardubiceś landed estate.
The two storyed castle was built in the Renaissance style and the catsle is in the shape of the letter „L“. The Castles integral church which was built and is one unit. There are many rooms, two kitchens, pantry and cellar indicate that the castle was used for accomodation for many guests. Operating and administrative houses were built besides the castle – the house of stud steward, riding hall and the indispensable blacksmithś shop.
New coming fashion trends shaped the castle as well. Reconstruction of the kladrubś castle in 1722 corresponded with the Barque style and due to an art historiographer there might be an influence of Kilián Ignác Diezenhofer.
Conflagration at the castle destroyed the church and stables. Under Josef II., the whole castle district was re-established and new stables were built in 1836-1844.
As the styles and centuries changed, Rennaisance and pseudo-Rennaisance reconstuction reappeared in the castle under caesar František Josef I. Stud and the castle stayed the property of caesar family till the end of Hapsburg monarchy in 1918.