Breeding British

Promoting excellence in British Breeding

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Barrowby Lord Darcy

2015 Grey (was Buckskin) Connemara 143cm

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Lanaken SSH

2016 Buckskin AES 156cm

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2007 Bay Thoroughbred 16.1hh

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2004 Bay Tobiano Oldenburg 16.3hh

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Broadstone Landmark

1998 Brown Danish Warmblood 167cm

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2007 Liver Chestnut Westfalien 170cm

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Geminis Classic Opera

2012 Brown SHB(GB) 15.0hh

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An Evening with the Legendary Ramiro B

MORE than 250 guests attended a very special ‘Evening with Ramiro B’ at
Bolesworth Castle in Cheshire to learn more about the many successes of this legendary stallion.
Hosted by his owner, Nina Barbour, the event allowed visitors to get close up and personal with the Belgian Warmblood stallion and gave those looking to breed with their mare next season the chance of a stud fee deal for 2019.

Ramiro B handled by Steven Lemon

The exclusive offers will run until the end of the day on Monday, December 3 with 10% off for one mare at £1,080 + VAT and 20% off for two mares at £960 + VAT. An additional 10% stud fee discount is offered if the mare is resident at Twemlows Stud Farm in 2019.
A busy evening included Ramiro B showcased by handler Steven Lemon as host
Alistair Mizon guided visitors through his successful career as a show jumper and stallion.
Leading event rider, Oliver Townend, well known for his success with Ramiro B progeny then rode Laura Collett’s Advanced ride, Cooley Again.
“I have been riding Ramiro B offspring for more than 15 years and he has been an integral part of my career,” said Oliver.

Oliver Townend and Cooley Again

Standing at Stallions AI in Cheshire, at 24-years-old Ramiro B is limited to 80 mares for 2019.
Said Tullis Matson of Stallions AI: “Last season 80% of the mares were in foal with chilled semen and 86% with fresh, his strike rate is quite phenomenal.
“He is a delight to handle and his temperament is second to and his stock is now proving hugely successful in eventing and show jumping all over the world.”
To find out more about Ramiro B, contact Faye at Stallion AI Services on (01948) 666295 or

Dreams do come true

Every breeder when setting off on the journey to produce a foal, has an ambition or dream. It might be to breed a replacement from their much loved mare to compete themselves, to breed a Derby winner, they may want to win at Horse of the Year Show, or perhaps an Olympic Gold Medallist.

Those of us breeding for sport know just how much you learn along the way, how when you look back on your breeding journey, there are some things you may have done different in mare or stallion choices or in getting that foal into the right hands. And the smaller breeders often look at the larger, more established breeding operations and wonder how they will ever be so successful.

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BD Nationals 2018 – Young Horse Classes

A class that always draws large crowds at the British Dressage National Championships is the Shearwater Young Horse Final, held over two days. The crowds are enticed partially by the opportunity to see one of the best young horse riders in the world (Eva Moller) try out the top 4 in each age group, and partially in the hope that they might spot a future champion from among the contenders. 

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