Breeding British

Promoting excellence in British Breeding

Author: Sacha (Page 1 of 12)

Leading Sires at BD Winter Championships

As happens at British championship events with great regularity, once again the most prolific sire at the British Dressage Winter Championships was Dimaggio. He had 14 different offspring competing in 19 National Finals.

Read More

The Stallion Event

Tomorrow (Saturday 16th March) sees the Stallion Event taking place at Addington Manor in Buckinghamshire. The showcase of some of the very best sporthorse stallions standing in the UK is organised by British Breeding and supported by Baileys Horse Feeds and Competition Stallions.

There are too many stallions attending to preview each here but some of the most exciting already are featured on this site. They include:

Dankeschon – a recent arrival from Germany with an excellent small tour record about to start competing Grand Prix and with a wonderful damline

Noble Warrior – a tall, athletic British bred show jumper who is now competing internationally with some eye catching results

Volatis Defiant – a dual purpose gentleman of interest to showing, eventing and dressage breeders

Britannia’s Mail – a son of one of the greatest eventing mares ever, who is now at Advanced level himself

Multicouture – a young dual graded stallion with an eyecatching mix of colour genetics

Spring’s Spirit – a British bred eventing sire who has his first offspring on the sunshine tour this year

Volatis Defiant

Tickets can be purchased on the door with the first horse in the arena at 10.30. There are a number of tradestands covering all aspects of the industry, and the stables will be open to the public. If you are thinking of covering your mare this season, this event cannot be missed.

A full list of stallions with start times can be found onĀ https://british-breeding.com/stallion-event/2019-stallion-event

British Breeding Awards Dinner 2019

Every January prominent figures from around the breeding world come together at the Grange City Hotel in London to celebrate the best British bred young horses in all of the Olympic disciplines, as well as our best broodmares and top grooms. Organised by the British Horse Foundation, the evening also acts as a fundraiser for the charity’s activities.

Read More

Volatis Defiant

2008 Bay Tobiano ZfDP 16.3hh

Read More

Shamazing

2014 Bay Oldenburg 16.3hh

Read More

King Leatherdale SHS

2015 Bay KWPN 16.2hh

Read More

Royal Rubin

1998 Chestnut Sachsen-Anhaltiner 16.3hh

Read More

Wolkenderry

2005 Black Hanoverian 168cm

Read More

Dream On

2002 Black Oldenburg 165cm

Read More

Multicouture

2015 Perlino Tobiano Breeders Elite 158cm

Read More

Page 1 of 12

Powered by WordPress & Theme by Anders Norén