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4 Days Before Entries Close – Enter Now!

4 Days Before Entries Close – Enter Now!

  • Posted: Aug 29, 2018
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With even more prize money on offer than ever before, we are extremely lucky to have the support of ALL our sponsors, and in particular, series sponsor Baileys Horse Feeds who have continued to support us for yet another year and another Breeders’ Championship Show.

The 2018 show promises to be even bigger & better with the addition of new sponsors – British Dressage, British Showjumping & British Eventing – who recognise they have a pivotal role to play in supporting the ‘reimagined’ British Breeding Futurity.

As a result we are delighted that, for the first time this year, the Futurity Championship has been expanded to include the Futurity Eventing Championship, as well as the Show Jumping and Dressage Discipline Championships.

And there’s more… Both Futurity graduate mares AND dams of Futurity graduate offspring are eligible for the Supreme Futurity Mare Award, which will go to the highest placed Futurity Mare at the GBMS Grand Final.

With classes for both horses & pony mares, foals & youngstock, there’s a championship for everyone, not to mention the valuable feedback you’ll receive from our expert judge Hans Heinrich Breuning.

Now in it’s 3rd year, the Great British Mare Show has opened it’s doors this year to ALL mares, both horses & ponies, and reduced the minimum age from 4 to 3 years.

We’ve even opened up the show to youngstock not eligible for the Futurity or Foal Championships in response to member requests – so get those youngsters entered…

So if you’re thinking of entering please do so ASAP so we can finalise the show catalogue and class timings as entries close in just 4 days!

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE REVISED CLASS SCHEDULE

CLICK HERE TO ENTER ALL BBN GBMS / SPSS / YOUNGSTOCK / FUTURITY CLASSES

Breeders’ Show Youngstock Classes Added

Breeders’ Show Youngstock Classes Added

  • Posted: Aug 26, 2018
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YOU ASKED FOR YOUNGSTOCK CLASSES: WE DID IT!

The class schedule has now been completely updated with 16 extra youngstock classes in response to our members’ requests. Please support us to make this change viable and bring along your foals – 3 year-olds that did not qualify for any other class on the day.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE REVISED CLASS SCHEDULE

CLICK HERE TO ENTER ALL BBN GBMS / SPSS / YOUNGSTOCK / FUTURITY CLASSES

Show Schedule Changes

Show Schedule Changes

  • Posted: Aug 22, 2018
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STOP PRESS! GREAT BRITISH MARE SHOW SCHEDULE CHANGES

Please note that all Saturday GBMS & SPSS Part 1 classes will now run on Sunday 09 September combined with their equivalent Day 2 class, before the GFMS Grand Final with their Part 2 equivalent class and run on Sunday 9th September, before the GBMS Grand Final.

This is partly because most owners prefer to enter on the Sunday and not the Saturday as they hope to qualify for the Grand Final on the same day, and partly because owners with foals entered for the Saturday Elite Foal Championship don’t want to tire the foals out running beside the mares before the foal championships.

Any Saturday entries already received with be transferred to the equivalent Sunday class unless you advise that you wish to withdraw and be refunded before entries close on 1st September.

We’ve also been asked if we could run extra youngstock classes along similar lines to last year for owners with foals and youngstock up to 3 years that have not qualified for any of the championships.

We will try to accommodate this request provided there are sufficient entries to make these extra classes viable. We really need to know how many of you are interested in these extra classes and what youngstock you want to bring ASAP.

Because it will take time for us to update the schedule and online entry system can we ask you to email us ASAP if you want more youngstock classes at info@britishbreeders.org. This will enable to make a decision about viability sooner rather than later.

For all other GBMS / SPSS and Futurity Championship classes please get your entries in now… Spectator entrance is free for the GBMS and Futurity Championships.

If you have any questions about entering your animals, which classes you can enter, or stabling arrangements at Moreton Morrell, please do not hesitate to contact us. We would be delighted to help.

Enter the 2018 Futurity Championships NOW!

Enter the 2018 Futurity Championships NOW!

  • Posted: Aug 19, 2018
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With just 2 weeks to go before the 2018 Futurity Elite Championships on 9th September at Moreton Morrell, the clock is ticking and it’s time to get your entries in now…

The Futurity Championships follow on immediately after the GB Mare Show Grand Final in the morning.

  • OPEN TO ALL ELITE & HIGHER FIRST SCORING HORSE & PONY FOALS, 1, 2 & 3 YEAR-OLDS
  • AGE CHAMPIONSHIP CASH PRIZES FOR ALL 1ST & 2ND PLACED FOALS & YOUNGSTOCK
  • DRESSAGE, JUMPING, EVENTING HORSE & PONY CHAMPIONSHIP CASH PRIZES
  • + OVERALL SUPREME FUTURITY CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION AWARDS.

If you’re interested in what it takes to breed a future champion yourself, or are looking to purchase one of the superb foals and youngsters that will be strutting their stuff at the BBN Championships, then save the date in your diary and come along to Moreton Morrell College in Warwickshire on 8th and 9th September where we have a packed schedule of classes with championships on both days + the gala foal event on the Saturday evening. Spectator entrance is free for the GBMS and Futurity Championships both days.

If you have any questions about entering your animals, which classes you can enter, or stabling arrangements at Moreton Morrell, please do not hesitate to contact us. We would be delighted to help.

Enter the 2018 GB Mare Show NOW!

Enter the 2018 GB Mare Show NOW!

  • Posted: Aug 19, 2018
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With just 2 weeks to go before the 2018 GB Mare Show & Championships on 8th and 9th September, the clock is ticking and it’s time to get your entries in now…

  • ALL 3+ YEAR-OLD HORSE & PONY MARES ARE INVITED – WITH OR WITHOUT FOAL AT FOOT.
  • NO PRE-QUALIFICATION REQUIRED.
  • DISCIPLINE CHAMPION CASH PRIZES BOTH DAYS.
  • 1ST & 2ND SEMI-FINALISTS ALSO QUALIFY FOR DAY 2 GBMS GRAND FINAL.
  • GRAND FINAL DISCIPLINE CHAMPION CASH PRIZES
  • + FUTURITY + SUPREME CHAMPION MARE AWARDS

If you’re interested in what it takes to breed a future champion yourself, or are looking to purchase one of the superb foals and youngsters that will be strutting their stuff at the BBN Championships, then save the date in your diary and come along to Moreton Morrell College in Warwickshire on 8th and 9th September where we have a packed schedule of classes with championships on both days + the gala foal event on the Saturday evening. Spectator entrance is free for the GBMS and Futurity Championships both days.

If you have any questions about entering your animals, which classes you can enter, or stabling arrangements at Moreton Morrell, please do not hesitate to contact us. We would be delighted to help.

Enter Your Mares & Futurity Graduates Now

Enter Your Mares & Futurity Graduates Now

  • Posted: Aug 12, 2018
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Help us make the 2018 Breeders’ Championships on 8th and 9th September, a year to remember!

If you’re planning on entering your mare in one of the Great British Mare Show or SPSS classes, for a crack at the Supreme Mare Championship, or your Futurity graduate youngstock in the 2018 Futurity Elite Championships; it’s time to get your entries in now

If you’re interested in what it takes to breed a future champion yourself, or are looking to purchase one of the superb foals and youngsters that will be strutting their stuff at the BBN Championships, then save the date in your diary and come along to Moreton Morrell College in Warwickshire on 8th and 9th September where we have a packed schedule of classes with championships on both days + the gala foal event on the Saturday evening. Spectator entrance is free for the GBMS and Futurity Championships both days.

If you have any questions about entering your animals, which classes you can enter, or stabling arrangements at Moreton Morrell, please do not hesitate to contact us. We would be delighted to help.

4 Weeks To Go – Enter Now!

4 Weeks To Go – Enter Now!

  • Posted: Aug 07, 2018
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All Classes under cover on a surface, so whatever the weather throws at us, we’ve got your covered! Don’t miss the biggest breeding event of 2018 – the BBN Great British Mare Show & British Breeding Futurity Championships at Moreton Morrell College on 8 and 9 September. With only 4 weeks to go before this event, make sure you get your entries in and book your stabling in plenty of time to avoid disappointment.
Classes can be viewed at: http://britishbreedersnetwork.org/breeders-championship-show-2018/
Online entries go here: http://britishbreedersnetwork.org/online-entries-2018/

Breeders Championship Open For Entries

Breeders Championship Open For Entries

  • Posted: Aug 04, 2018
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2018 Futurity Championships – ALL Disciplines Invited

2018 Futurity Championships – ALL Disciplines Invited

  • Posted: Jul 16, 2018
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FUTURITY ELITE + HIGHER FIRST PREMIUM CHAMPIONSHIPS

  • OPEN TO ALL FOALS, 1, 2 & 3 YEAR-OLD FOAL 1, 2 & 3 YEAR-OLDS
  • Scoring Elite or Higher First Premium at ANY Futurity in ANY year, with
  • DISCIPLINE AWARDS FOR DRESSAGE, JUMPING (& new for 2018) EVENTING!
  • BIG £££ cash prizes + Special awards for Futurity Mares & Dams of Futurity Graduates
  • Takes place on Day 2 of the Great British Mare Show / Championships
  • 09 September @ Moreton Morrell College, Warkwickshire

View the class schedule here

ALL Mares Invited to the GB Mare Show

ALL Mares Invited to the GB Mare Show

  • Posted: Jul 16, 2018
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Now a 2-Day Show + Mare Championship

  • 08 – 09 September @ Moreton Morrell College, Warwickshire
  • ALL HORSE & PONY MARES 3 YEARS & OVER INVITED – NO qualification necessary
  • for a chance to win BIG £££ cash prizes in the Grand Final on Day 2
  • DISCIPLINE AWARDS FOR DRESSAGE, JUMPING & EVENTING
  • Awards for mares & dams of Futurity Elite & Higher First graduates in any Futurity year.

View the class schedule here

For Sale 2018 Oldenberg Filly By Furst Romancier

For Sale 2018 Oldenberg Filly By Furst Romancier

  • Posted: Jul 11, 2018
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First Dance is an outstanding filly by Furst Romancier out of a Walentino mare.

She was born in April 2018 and will be registered and branded with the Oldenburg society.

She is a natural mover and a very exciting future dressage prospect. Watch her videos to see her move.

She will be available from weaning. Please see our website to find out more about her or come and view her:

http://www.endorphinhorses.co.uk/?p=460

2018 Breeders Championship Show

  • Posted: Jun 09, 2018
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The Biggest Breeding Event of 2018

Baileys Horse Feeds and British Breeders Network is delighted to announce the biggest breeding event of 2018 takes place on 8-9 September at Moreton Morrell with 4 headline championships for mares, foals and youngstock aged 1 – 3 years – also supported by Elite Foals Registration Tour and British Breeding Futurity along with the 3 Olympic Disciplines of British Dressage, British Showjumping and British Eventing and last but not least the SPSS Sports Ponies. Class details will appear here very shortly along with a link to online entries.

Cassandro’s Dream, Breeding, Mare, 2013/06/23, Bay

Cassandro’s Dream, Breeding, Mare, 2013/06/23, Bay

  • Posted: Apr 14, 2018
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Horse Name: Cassandro’s Dream

Category: Horses To Lease or Loan

Price Range: £ Not Applicable

  • Discipline: Breeding
  • Gender: Mare
  • Colour: Bay
  • Born: 2013/06/23
  • Breeder: Sally Fleming
  • Studbook: British Hanoverian Horse Society
  • Sire: Check In
  • Dam: Sandro Sin City
  • Dam Sire: Sandro Hit

Beautifully bred rising 5yo 158cm dark bay mare. Originally bred for eventing but LH sesamoid injury has put an end to her ridden career so now looking for a new job and available to loan as a broodmare. Lovely temperament and still moves well despite her injury. Field sound and comfortable without medication; good doer and happily lives out. Awarded Higher First and First Premium as foal and yearling respectively at Futurity; 5th as 3yo in very competitive sport horse class at Dorset County Show.
Video from 2017 available on request

  • Price: Not Applicable
  • Owner: Sally Fleming
  • Phone: 07554 015808
  • Email: scfleming1@gmail.com
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  • Address: Near Guildford, Surrey
NEW FUTURE FOR FUTURITY – BEF PRESS RELEASE

NEW FUTURE FOR FUTURITY – BEF PRESS RELEASE

  • Posted: Apr 12, 2018
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‘NEW FUTURE FOR FUTURITY’ – BEF PRESS RELEASE 11th APRIL 2018

The British Equestrian Federation (BEF) is pleased to announce the continuation of its Equine Development programme, following its handover to a new company formed by a partnership of industry experts. The group came together in a bid to take on the running of the activities, which consist of a stallion show, breeding magazine and the young stock evaluations known as the Futurity and Equine Bridge. The new organisation will take on the name British Breeding.

The company will be co-directed by Jane Skepper of Horse IT; Rachael Holdsworth of Holdsworth PR; Sacha Shaw of Breeding British; Joris van den Oetelaar who is a director of the Anglo European Studbook; and Dr Eva-Maria Broomer of Horsepower Creative.

The CEOs of the three Olympic Disciplines, British Dressage, British Eventing and British Showjumping – and Sandy Senior representing the British Breeders Network, will each have a non-executive director seat on its board, in order to promote closer cooperation between British breeders and the sport and to ensure inclusivity and a wide reach of the programmes. The company will have an independent non-executive chair, Jan Rogers, director of Research and Policy at The Horse Trust and the former head of Equine Develolpment at the BEF.

In adopting the holistic approach of joining up the breeding world with the sport, the company has a strong business plan to secure the future of all elements of the programmes for the continued benefit of breeders and horse sport alike.

Says Iain Graham, chief executive of British Showjumping: “We are pleased to be involved in the continued development of young British-bred sport horses through the activities of the new group. The importance of strong links between breeders and the sport cannot be underestimated, and with the diversity of people participating in showjumping, there is a need to produce good quality horses that have the potential to compete at all levels”.

Chief Executive of British Dressage, Jason Brautigam added: “These programmes are invaluable in continuing to develop and nurture equine talent. Strategically it is a vital component for the future of equestrian sport and British Dressage is fully committed to supporting this process. The Futurity evaluation and veterinary assessment identifies horses that may go on to compete successfully at all levels by cultivating soundness and longevity, not only for the welfare of the horse but also for the benefit of our sport as a whole”.

“This is an exciting opportunity for us to work together to increase the chances of the many talented British-bred horses going to British riders who will maximise their potential”, adds David Holmes, chief executive of British Eventing. “British-bred horses and their breeders need the recognition they deserve, and we need to work to stem the tide of buyers going abroad”.

Nick Fellows, chief executive of the BEF concludes: “Our equine development programme has been fundamental to the future of British breeding and it has been our main aim, over these last few months, to find a safe set of hands to take it forward. The new organisation has exciting plans that will ensure the continuation of the integrity and standards the BEF created”.

“These are exciting times and we are all eager to move forward with our plans”, says Rachael Holdsworth. “The hard work starts now, but we are already well advanced with plans for the Futurity evaluations and a new marketing strategy. We look forward to working with breeders and providing the infrastructure to allow their horses to gain the recognition and reputation they so richly deserve”.

An announcement on Futurity dates will be made soon, along with entry details. Anyone wishing to register their interest this year should email futurity@holdsworthpr.co.uk

ENDS

For more press information, contact:

Rachael Holdsworth on 01903 892060 or email rachael@holdsworthpr.co.uk

For any BEF related enquiries, please contact Pippa Wade – pippa.wade@bef.co.uk / 02476698877

Information for editors

The partnership has already successfully delivered the Competition Stallions Event at Addington Equestrian Centre on 18 February, which showcased 62 stallions, including five Olympic horses. Over 1000 people attended, supported by international riders like Gemma Tattersall, and John and Michael Whitaker who showed their stallions.

British Breeder magazine will continue to deliver news from British studbooks and has exciting content planned to include features, interviews, scientific studies and veterinary articles. The vision of the magazine is to develop a wider appeal to foster stronger links between breeding and the sport.

The popular Futurity series will be revitalised, with dates in July and August, a new judging panel and veterinary assessment services, offering valuable opportunities to breeders. The scoring assessment has been developed in line with the very latest developments in phenotyping research and in consultation with international specialists to create a world-leading evaluation system. There are also plans to develop the Equine Bridge to provide opportunities to match horses with riders.

Jane Skepper is a fifth-generation horse breeder whose family have bred thoroughbreds, arabs and sport horses. She has competed in both BE and BS and runs Heritage Stud in Suffolk. Jane also runs Horse IT Ltd, and launched the Competition Stallions Guide in 2012.

Rachael Holdsworth has worked in PR and marketing in the equestrian industry for many years, launching her own agency, Holdsworth PR, in 2001. She has ridden and owned horses from a young age and understands the needs of breeders through her work with the BEF Futurity over the past eight years.

Sacha Shaw breeds sport and show horses under the Volatis prefix and owns the WBS-UK graded stallion, Volatis Defiant, as part of the Defiant Syndicate. She has been a Futurity evaluator and has spent time working on a large breeding and show jumping station in Germany. She has written breeding articles for many publications and runs the Breeding British website and blog and works for the National Pony Society. Sacha is a qualified accountant and was previously the Equestrian Manager for Horse of the Year Show.

Joris van den Oetelaar comes from a family of breeders and equestrian enthusiasts and owns a successful stud in the Netherlands, from where he runs one of the country’s largest events centres. He is a director of the Anglo European Stud Book with a particular specialism in IT and database development.

Dr Eva-Maria Broomer is a small breeder of dressage horses, a passion she combines with academic teaching and research. Her interest in breeding and equestrianism has led her to found Horsepower Creative, specialising in automotive and equine PR and photography, working with a wide range of breeders and breeding related companies.

Sandy Senior is a British Breeders Network Board Director and owner of Glossoms Farm Stud.

It is With Great Sadness That We Report The Passing of Stewart Hastie

It is With Great Sadness That We Report The Passing of Stewart Hastie

  • Posted: Mar 09, 2018
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OBITUARY – STEWART HASTIE, 22ND SEPTEMBER 1922 – 21ST FEBRUARY 2018

Stewart Hastie died suddenly on 21st February 2018, aged 95 years. Stewart, a Scotsman, was a graduate of the University of Glasgow and worked as a veterinary surgeon for 74 years, focussing predominantly on horses throughout his career. After graduation in 1944, Stewart first worked in general practice in Kent, before moving to Buckingham to set up an equine and small animal practice. The practice, Hastie and Jenkerson, was where he was to meet his wife of 24 years, Jane Nixon, who came to work there in 1978 and who became a partner in 1983. Jane and Stewart founded Nixon Equine Veterinary Practice in 2005, which was to be rebranded and sold as Buckingham Equine Veterinary Practice in 2011.

In a tribute Buckingham Equine Vets said, ‘When he retired from hands-on veterinary work he left a legacy of pursuing the very best in clinical excellence, while maintaining the highest standards of professionalism. As a practice team we still strive to achieve these principles laid out by the father of our practice many decades ago.’ Stewart, however, did not really retire and remained very much involved with Nixon Equine Veterinary Consultancy, providing advice whenever asked for and when not! He had strong opinions and was never shy in coming forward, but he was also ready to listen to others and to learn.

Stewart was of the old school of veterinary surgeons with a background steeped in horses and a real passion for the horse. He was an observer, a questioner, a reader and a thinker. He was ahead of his time, recognising the importance of correct foot balance and appropriate shoeing, realising that saddle-fit for the horse was imperative for optimal function and embracing appropriately trained paraprofessionals as part of the team required to promote equine health and welfare. He recognised that learning never ended and his thirst for new knowledge continued unabated throughout his life. Stewart was a gentleman, with high professional ethics. Woe betide anyone who transgressed these principles when he was in practice. He had an amazing memory and, combined with his wit and sense of humour, had plenty of tales to tell from throughout his extensive career.

Stewart was intimately associated with many facets of the equine world, most particularly hunting, working hunter showing, eventing and racing. He supported eventing as a life time member of British Eventing. He was Veterinary Advisor to the Society of Master Saddlers and was recognised as an Honorary Fellow of the organisation. He delivered the inaugural lecture on the History of the Saddle to the Worshipful Company of Saddlers in 1983. Stewart was passionate about education of the horse-owning public and was intimately involved with the British Horse Society. He wrote two editions of The British Horse Society Veterinary Manual and received an Award of Merit for Welfare and Training from the British Horse Society. His contributions to the equine industry were recognised by the award of the British Equestrian Trade Association’s Life Time Achievement Award in 2013.

Stewart also played an active role in veterinary politics serving as Secretary to the British Veterinary Association in the 1960s and acting as both Honorary Secretary and Honorary Information Officer for the British Equine Veterinary Association in the 1970s. Stewart was a passionate believer in continued professional development and was an avid supporter of BEVA meetings until very recently.

Stewart provided unwavering support for his wife Jane and her work. Despite suffering a total right-sided stroke in 1999, Stewart’s indomitable perseverance and determination shone through. His gait was impaired, but Stewart still found ways to accompany Jane on the majority of her professional visits. They were a formidable team in the nicest possible way, forged from 40 years of working closely together.

As the British Horse Society have said, Stewart’s past and continuing contribution to the equestrian world was an inspiration for all of us involved with horses, enhanced by his sense of humour and captivating wit. I have been fortunate enough to know Stewart throughout my entire professional career. His powers of observation, thirst for knowledge, willingness to engage in debate and change his mind, and his overall passion for the horse and equine veterinary medicine have always shone through.

Sue Dyson
Newmarket
March 2018

There will be a celebration of the life of Stewart Hastie on 24th April, at 11.30, at 1905 Suite, Whittlebury Park, Towcester, Northampton, NN12 8WP. All are most welcome. Please advise cphastie@yahoo.ca by 6th April if you wish to attend.
Donations to ‘The Stewart Hastie Veterinary Student Champion’ programme, The British Horse Society, Abbey Park, Stareton, Kenilworth, Warwickshire, CV8 2XZ.

Party Trick, Eventing, Stallion, 2012 Bay POA

Party Trick, Eventing, Stallion, 2012 Bay POA

  • Posted: Jan 13, 2018
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Horse Name: Party Trick

Category: Stallions At Stud

Price Range: £ POA

  • Discipline: Eventing
  • Gender: Stallion
  • Colour: Bay
  • Born: 2012/01/01
  • Breeder: Nick Gauntlett – Chescombe Farm and Stud
  • Studbook: SHB(GB)
  • Sire: Chilli Morning
  • Dam: DHI Party Piece
  • Dam Sire: Tolan R

This exciting young stallion offers breeders the opportunity to access world class bloodlines. His sire Chilli Morning has excelled in eventing winning Badminton CCI 4*, medals at both European and World Champs along with numerous wins at CCI3*. His dam DHI Party Piece is an outstanding broodmare by Tolan R; her first foal DHI Zulu is currently show jumping successfully at 1.40 on the world circuit with Jenn Serek having won her age classes based at the Ludger Beerbaum stables for the early part of her career. Party Trick’s impressive movement, scope and jump earnt him SHB(GB) Champion Stallion at his grading in 2016. The approval he demands from his judges had been passed on to his foals who dominated the 2017 shows winning ‘Elite’ at the BEF Futurity Shows and ‘Best Eventer’ at the British Breeders Network Great British Mare and Foal Show. Party Trick is extremely fertile, has a high conception rate with fresh and frozen semen and is available both in the UK and Overseas. £650 (UK)

  • Price: POA
  • Owner: Nick Gauntlett
  • Phone: 07814145266
  • Email: amanda@gauntlett.me.uk
  • Website: http://www.gauntlett.me.uk
  • Address: Chescombe Farm, Chipping Sodbury.
Put On Faerie Flux (Maggie May), Eventing, Mare, 2013/04/17, Bay £5000-10000

Put On Faerie Flux (Maggie May), Eventing, Mare, 2013/04/17, Bay £5000-10000

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Horse Name: Put On Faerie Flux (Maggie May)

Category: Horses For Sale

Price Range: £ 5000-10000

  • Discipline: Eventing
  • Gender: Mare
  • Colour: Bay
  • Born: 2013/04/17
  • Breeder: Put On Stud
  • Studbook: AES
  • Sire: Put On Faerie Wings
  • Dam: Tallulah
  • Dam Sire: Jashin

Put On Faerie Flux (Maggie May) 4 yr old Event bred, Pink Papered, AES British Bred mare by Put On Faerie Wings, out of Jashin (Elite) SHBgb Graded Dam. (Ben Faerie x Ramexico x Jashin (Elite)x Tolbert)

Broken as a 3yr old and brought on slowly, this mare has been so uncomplicated and easy to do. She has been hacked and brought up on a farm so she has seen plenty of life, is good in traffic and isn't phased by anything! She would make the ideal Mother/Daughter horse as she is happy hacking but also has the breeding and attitude to go on and successfully compete in any discipline, although Eventing is what she was bred for.

Jashin (Elite) was 6 times the Dutch Ridden Champion and has produced many Olympic and International Champions and Tolbert also is known for producing Dressage horses of star quality. She has a lovely nature which has been passed down from those and from her own Sire who is very gentle. Her excellent breeding will make her an ideal candidate as a broodmare.

  • Price: 5000-10000
  • Owner: Kirsty Turton
  • Phone: 01747 828 778
  • Email: putonstud@yahoo.co.uk
  • Website: http://www.putonstud.co.uk
  • Address: SP7 0HW
Caravella 2016 Jumping Filly 2016 Bay £0-5K

Caravella 2016 Jumping Filly 2016 Bay £0-5K

  • Posted: Jan 13, 2018
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Horse Name: Caravella

Category: Horses For Sale

Price Range: £ 0-5000

  • Discipline: Show Jumping
  • Gender: Filly
  • Colour: Bay
  • Born: 2016/04/25
  • Breeder: Trevor Henderson
  • Studbook: AES
  • Sire: Carousel
  • Dam: Ballybrogan Lady
  • Dam Sire: Puissance

Absolutely super looking and bred to go to the top. Plenty of presence and fantastic movement. Carousel won his 4 year Championship at Hickstead and bred winners in eventing,( Quest, the filly has his power and with Puissance as a grand sire she has the breeding. Approx 15hh now is sure to make 16hh . Lovely temperament and bred to event or showjump, a real prospect for the future.

  • Price: 0-5000
  • Owner: Trevor Henderson
  • Phone: 07889409175
  • Email: oldfarmstud2012@hotmail.co.uk
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  • Address: Old Farm stud, The Green Brafield Northampton NN7 1BA

2017 Championship Show Video Now Live

  • Posted: Sep 23, 2017
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2017 GBMFS + Futurity Elite Championship Show Video

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100 horses contested 15 classes at the Baileys Horse Feeds sponsored, Great British Mare Foal & Youngstock and Futurity Elite Championships, held at Moreton Morrell College in Warwickshire on Saturday 9th September.

Despite the early start and late finish, punctuated by two dramatic thunderstorms, our breeders were not deterred from travelling from as far afield as North Yorkshire, Devon and Cornwall, to present the best of British horse breeding in the main arena in front of German judge Katrin Burger.

Open to all British-bred mares, foals and youngstock up to 3 years, of all disciplines, breeds and types, there was a class and championship for everyone. With generous prize money on offer for both horses and ponies, all horses placed 1st and 2nd went forward to the final championship judging.

Top honours and an impressive haul of awards went to Lisa Maynard’s 3-year-old stallion, Balou For Pleasure. This young Futurity Elite stallion sired by the famous Balou de Rouet, won the Futurity Show Jumper Championship, the GBMFS Show Jumper Championship and SHOW SUPREME, to take home 3 Championship titles on the day. Champion also at our Richmond Qualifier in July, Balou For Pleasure has racked up 4 championships in under 6 weeks! A truly remarkable result.

Equally well-deserved, Lynne Crowden’s young stallion, Woodlander Wild Love, sired by Woodlander Wild Child, won both the 2-year-old Futurity Dressage class and the Futurity Dressage Championship.

Our grateful thanks go to our generous sponsors – without whose support none of this would have been possible: Baileys Horse Feeds (main series sponsor) + Elite Stallions + Woodlander Stud + Sulby Hall Stud + Kevin Sparrow Photography + 1LG Digital.

2017 GBMFS & Futurity Elite Championships Results

Class 12:   FUTURITY Championship

Show Jumping Champion :  Balou For Pleasure

Show Jumping Reserve :         Lordships Oddball

Dressage Champion :  Woodlander Wild Love

Dressage Reserve :    Woodlander Gloria

Class 17: GBMFS Championship

Supreme Champion and Best Show Jumper     Balou For Pleasure

Reserve Champion and Best Dressage:  Woodlander Gloria

Best Eventer:  Stanbrook Hero MAY SELL

Best Pony:  Skelwith Lady Elenya FOR SALE

Reserve Dressage:  Tramontina For Elfenblume FOR SALE

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE FULL RESULTS LIST

GBMFS + Futurity Championship Top Awards

GBMFS + Futurity Championship Top Awards

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100 horses contested 15 classes at the Baileys Horse Feeds sponsored, Great British Mare Foal & Youngstock and Futurity Elite Championships, held at Moreton Morrell College in Warwickshire on Saturday 9th September.

Despite the early start and late finish, punctuated by two dramatic thunderstorms, our breeders were not deterred from travelling from as far afield as North Yorkshire, Devon and Cornwall, to present the best of British horse breeding in the main arena in front of German judge Katrin Burger.

Open to all British-bred mares, foals and youngstock up to 3 years, of all disciplines, breeds and types, there was a class and championship for everyone. With generous prize money on offer for both horses and ponies, all horses placed 1st and 2nd went forward to the final championship judging.

Top honours and an impressive haul of awards went to Lisa Maynard’s 3-year-old stallion, Balou For Pleasure. This young Futurity Elite stallion sired by the famous Balou de Rouet, won the Futurity Show Jumper Championship, the GBMFS Show Jumper Championship and SHOW SUPREME, to take home 3 Championship titles on the day. Champion also at our Richmond Qualifier in July, Balou For Pleasure has racked up 4 championships in under 6 weeks! A truly remarkable result.

Equally well-deserved, Lynne Crowden’s young stallion, Woodlander Wild Love, sired by Woodlander Wild Child, won both the 2-year-old Futurity Dressage class and the Futurity Dressage Championship.

Our grateful thanks go to our generous sponsors – without whose support none of this would have been possible: Baileys Horse Feeds (main series sponsor) + Elite Stallions + Woodlander Stud + Sulby Hall Stud + Kevin Sparrow Photography + 1LG Digital.

Results can be viewed at http://britishbreedersnetwork.org/gbmfs-futurity-championship-results/ or https://www.facebook.com/britishbreedersnetwork. Here are the championship results highlights:

Class 12: FUTURITY Championship
Show Jumping Champion : Balou For Pleasure
Show Jumping Reserve : Lordships Oddball
Dressage Champion : Woodlander Wild Love
Dressage Reserve : Woodlander Gloria

Class 18: GBMFS Championship
Supreme Champion and Best Show Jumper : Balou For Pleasure
Reserve Champion and Best Dressage : Woodlander Gloria
Best Eventer : Stanbrook Hero
Best Pony : Skelwith Lady Elenya

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