Breeding British

Promoting excellence in British Breeding

Month: February 2016

Success Stories – Lucy Farrer and Coady Bay Richelieu

 

Coady Bay Richelieu

Coady Bay Richelieu

It is always exciting to see British bred stock moving up the competition ladder, helping to highlight the expertise of their breeder. But it is even more exciting when a rider and breeder partnership really works and both parties achieve success, united by a horse.

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Caretino Glory

  

Caretino Glory

Caretino Glory

Brendon Stud’s senior stallion is the Belgian Warmblood Caretino Glory. From a young age his careful technique over a fence and excellent paces were evident. He was the overall Young Horse Evaluation champion at Horse of the Year Show and won many young horse classes. He then has a successful Grade A career with winnings of nearly £14,000. He also won points with BD.

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Amour G

Amour G

2005 167cm black tobiano KWPN stallion

Amour G

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Arko III

Nick Skelton’s 2004 Olympic mount, the bay stallion Arko III, gained a massive following among show jumping fans due to his scope, technique and beauty. Owned by John and Lisa Hales, Arko was the number 1 show jumper in Europe for 5 consecutive years, he retired from sport to concentrate on his stallion career at the end of 2008.

And he looks like he possess all the ingredients to make his second career as successful as the first.Arko III

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