Category Archives: Stallions

A stallion is an uncastrated male horse that is primarily used entirely for breeding purposes.

Thursden Vallye Raphael Graded Sports Pony Stallion

Thursden Vallye Raphael: Graded Sports Pony Stallion


Thursden Vallye Raphael – The  British Bred Pony Stallion Competing At PSG Level Dressage

Thursden Vallye Raphael a striking son of End House Studs very own Graded Sports Pony Stallion Aimbry Chester out of a classically bred SPSS graded Yealand Nightowl mare.

Thursden Vallye Raphaels’stallion listing profile on Horse Scout is picture perfect proof of just how elegant this pony is. Thursden Vallye Raphael has an exquisite head, fabulous athletic paces and a superb temperament. With very correct conformation and a fabulous front, length of rein he injects quality into all types of mares. Consistently reproducing his super quality stamp. For breeders procuring a nomination form this wonderful pony stallion its reassuring to know that he does not carry the red gene, especially I, and its worth noting that he has not produced a chestnut foal to date.

End House Stud are justifiably proud of this attractive talented pony stallion who shows a careful jump over poles, loose jumping up to 1.25m and is bold and brave across country water, ditches, banks etc hacking out alone and in company. He has been fully vetted and licensed with the National Pony Society, & Graded with the Sports Pony Stud book he is regularly ridden and handled by children which must surely be testament to his outstanding manners and temperament,

Thursden Vallye Raphael is the perfect Childs pony – the type mothers dreams are made of and his progeny are proving just how consistent he is

With his offspring:

Partytime in the ribbons with

BEF First Premium Futurity Evaluations,

Higher First Premium BEF Futurity Evaluations 2011.

Highest Placed Sports Pony Yearling Overall at BEF British Breeding Awards.

Bathleyhills Sea Swift –

1st & Champion winning NPS Silver Medal Rosette, Show Hunter Pony – Ashby De La Zouch Show.

Champion Show Hunter Pony In Hand NCPA Leics & Rutland Show.

Silver Horse Show, Supreme Champion,

Graded SPSS broodmare achieving a SPSS first Premium at The SPSS Open Youngstock Show at The Heart Of Engla

For breeders wanting a quality stallion to build in HOYS potential, or looking to breed for HOYS qualified, Jumpers / Show Jumper, or county level Show pony , then this is certainly a very strong contender. You can find End House Studs Thursden Vallye Raphael’s profile on by clicking this link:


Thoroughbred Eventing Stallion Power Blade

Thoroughbred Eventing Stallion Power Blade


Thoroughbred Eventing Stallions are an essential genetic improver bringing quality, stamina and toughness along with a quick thinking will go attitude.

Breed in Power and Influence with the Event Horse Stallion Power Blade standing at Harthill Stud

This years Badminton Horse Trials commentators hot topic of conversation was the stamina of the horses and their ability to keep up their performance towards the end of the course. Thomas Reed Ph.D.has has written many papers on breeding and the influence of the warmblood and has, recently turned his attention to the need to the quality injection needed and provided by the Thoroughbred for the event horse.
Nina Barbour and Oliver Townends Stud, Harthill, offers all this quality and power in their stallion, Power Blade differs from other thoroughbred stallions in that he has a jumping pedigree. His father, Fine Blade, sire of 4* The Wexford Lady, was a top showjumper. Fine Blade also sired The Demon Barber, winner of 10 National Hunt races. His dam’s sire, Forties Field is an influential sire of competition horses. His full sister, Fine Fields, evented internationally in the USA. As a young horse, Power Blade showjumped to 1.30m level before retiring to stud. In 2005 he was crowned Croker Cup Champion, a prestigious class for stallions, at the Royal Dublin Horse Show. Power Blade’s quality and versatility as a thoroughbred stallion are proven by the success of his progeny, he has progeny competing internationally in the disciplines of eventing, show jumping and winning in the show ring.
However its not just jumping that must, according to Tom Reeds paper on the influence of the Thoroughbred in the event field, be chosen as a prerequisite when breeding for the event market. Tom Reed believes we have a problem: showjumping and dressage breeders are not selecting on certain other traits associated with Thoroughbred stallions that are required for medium and upper level eventing horses: great stamina, courage, efficient jumping style, and gaits that are not overly elastic or “round”. These are the very thing that true “blood” breeding will bring to the progeny and a stallions like Power Blade are what are needed to bring theses traits to the top echelon of the eventing field.
This classic bay thoroughbred, Power Blade, stands at 16.2hh and is already has Proven Progeny in Eventing:
“Power Line” 2* event horse coming up the grades in the UK, previously campaigned with Antoinette McKeowen. Already clocked some great results at international level. Now ridden by Martyn Johnson to Advanced level.
“Power Drive” In 2014 he was the champion at the Novice Final, and has been consistent to 1* level under Oliver Townend.
“BGS Juicy Fruit” 2* Event mare, selected in Ireland for the World Championships for young horses at Le Lions d’Angers in 2014.
“Wind Power” Eventing in the USA
Tom Reeds criteria is straight forward “I expect the stallion to possess the same athletic traits and riding horse qualities I demand in warmblood stallions. Success on the race track is of no significance. If the stallion has been used in breeding, I want to see empirical evidence that he is producing promising
progeny; if the stallion is young or has not been used in breeding because he has been in sport, I want to see empirical evidence that he has the riding horse qualities required for an eventing horse. ( Source: A Critical Shortage Of Blood-Tom Reed published in Horse International, 2015 Volume 3, pp 56 – 57.)
In which case Power Blade fulfills this and offers more through his pedigree which you can find on on his profile 

Horse Scout Stallion Listing for Landpirol


Landpirols’ little lovelies for 2015 are delighting the breeders.

If you are looking for a multi-purpose sire for top class showjumpers,dressage horses, event horses and working hunters then This lovely stallion is waiting for  you in Lancashire. Landripol is standing at West End Stud is a 17.1hh British Warm Blood Approved and Lifetime Licensed with Oldenburg Verband owned  by Francesca Pollara.

This impressive son of International Showjumper Landphoenix is an upstanding horse with a beautiful head, perfect conformation, stunning paces, Landpirol shows a wonderful free shoulder technique over a fence, with proven scope and success makes him an exciting prospect for UK breeders.  End House Stud are generously keeping him affordable so Uk breeders can  access  one of the most prolific classic Oldenburg bloodlines.

Landpirols’ excellent bloodlines link him to some of the top International Showjumpers of all time including Landgraf, Ladykiller and Tin Rocco and also the internationally renowned stallion Landadel

His Horse Scout Stallion listing profile is brief but he is surely most noted for his fantastic temperament . He is an ideal choice for mares requiring more quality and athleticism. He is a modern example of the Oldenburg breed, carrying 55.29% Thoroughbred. Landpirol is an approved and lifetime licensed breeding Stallion with the Oldenburg Verband, He passed his 70 day test with a great overall score of 110 and an outstanding jumping score of 128.72 in jumping, he finished 4th at his stallion performance test in 2001 at Adelheidsdorf and 12th place overall. Landpirol won elementary and medium level tests in the young horse series and was campaigned up to Grand Prix classes with placings in Europe.. He was a multiple winner of 6 year old classes and was placed 11th in the Final of the Bundeschampionat as a 5 year old and again 4th in the Kleine Finale as a 6 year old under the saddle of Marco Kutscher, competing up to 1.40m classes. He was then sold to Italy where he competed successfully on the International Showjumping circuit ridden by Antongiulio Pieraccini and Vieri Mugnaini. Landpirol also competed up to Advanced Level Dressage with Italian Dressage Rider Francesca Pollara who is currently qualifying to compete on the Italian Dressage team at the 2012 Olympics.


His European progeny is successful  and includes Showjumpers

  • Luca Toni (dam Schneeglanz – Hann),
  • Lupo W (dam Logoluw – Hess),
  • Lapilotta (dam Porta – West),
  • La Pirola (dam La Palma – Hess),
  • Lupo W 2 (dam Lena W – Hess),
  • Lady Legend (dam Heika – Old),
  • Lago W (dam Foxi Lady – Hess)

and dressage horses

  • Von Jinx (dam Elkara – Old)
  • Leonardo 716 (dam Winja – Hann).


In The Uk Lanpirols eldest crop here in the UK were yearlings in 2014 and include Towerco’s L Di Resta 1st Sports Horse Royal Highland Show. 5th Great Yorkshire. 1st Stanhope Show.1st Eggleston Show Reserve Champion & Champion Overall. This years crop are all looking gorgeous too.

To find Landpriols listing on along with other stallions standing with West End Stud do visit our pages or to visit Landpirols page click this link:


A leading light for Hanoverian Breeding: Flamengold


Flammengold  a stunning black 16.3h Hanoverian/Hessen stallion who stands at Witcham House Farm Stud. Owned by Katy-Holder-Vale in partnership with Volker Brodhecker. Flamengold shares his stud duties between Germany and the UK where he stands at The Witcham Stud in Cambridgeshire.

From his photographs on the Horse Scout stallion listings page you can see why he is so popular with breeders. He not only has that particularly eye catching presence of a well made black horse he also has a clearly elevated pace and elasticity to his movement.  Flammengold had a good performance test with high rideability points. South German Dressage Champion 2000 with top mark of 8 at Advanced Medium level. Has also won and been placed at PRIX ST GEORGES and INTERMEDIARE with high marks. He is very laid back and straightforward to ride. Has won 10 Prix St Georges Classes and 2 Inter 1.

His Sire, Florestan 1, Internationally renowned as a dressage sire. Sired 50 licenced Stallions and 200 State Premium Mares. Progeny competing internationally Dressage and to date have won €256,000. Also had many National champions. Winner of his Licencing and performance test with outstanding Dressage 127.15 and jumping 128.69 marks. He has a very high Dressage breeding index of 166. Florestan has proved an iImportant dressage sire. Most important westphalian stallion of the last 20 years; Dam line:2194303 Erlenkette – Died 2012-01-02 – offspring won about 1,8 million Euro up to 2012.

Since Flammengold started breeding his foals have been winning Foal Shows,and Hessen Regionals in Germany. He is proving very popular with Breeders as his foals have his beautiful head, good conformation and his dark colour. In Germany, Frank Sinatra competing Grand Prix and is a licenced stallion. In England Peter Storr with Fabioso(see below) won at the Nationals and is now winning at Grand Prix. Florina H ridden by David Rumsey is now also winning at Grand Prix. In addition to all these UK based successes, Flammengold also has a large number of progeny competing successfully at dressage and jumping in Germany. In England at Futurity, Flammengold’s foals have received 32 Higher First Premiums and 2 Elites for dressage.

You can find The Witcham Hanovarians Stallion listings on Horse Scouts Stallion listing pages or go straight to Flamengolds page here:

Everyone’s excited about Elroon the Happiest of Hanoverians


Are you looking for the Hanoverian Sire for all round performance?: Elroon at Witcham Farm House Stud on Horse Scout Stallion Listings will definitely press all the right buttons. Elroon was born in 2001 and Licensed by the Hanoverian Verband in 2003.  A Black Tobiano Hanovarian standing 16.2hh. Witcham House Farm Stud, Elroon was imported him from Germany in January 2004. Elroon then returned in the Autumn of 2004 to pass his performance test at Adelheidsdorf and was awarded high marks for temperament, character and rideability. He has an adoring public and you can see why when you visit his listing on the Horse Scout website.. Horse Scout Blogger notes that Whitcham House Farm Stud are very proud of his offspring who carry his striking presence and movement. Elroon gave a fantastic performance in SEIB British Breeding Young Horse Evaluations in 2005. Winning the Dressage and Show Jumping sections. A week later Elroon qualified for The British Dressage Panacur Potential International Dressage Horse National Championships. Elroon placed third in Burghley Young Event Horse National Qualifier with the best jumping mark of the day. 2006 – Upgraded to Elementary and has 92 points. Again qualified for The British Dressage Panacur Potential International Dressage Horse National Championships and also Rhinegold Potential International Dressage Horse at Hickstead. Elroon has won affiliated Dressage since he started competing early in 2005. Scores regularly in the high sixties and seventies. With outstanding all round ability Elroon is a potential star for Show Jumping, Dressage and Eventing. To date Elroon has now won 64 Affiliated Dressage classes. In 2012 Elroon qualified for Nationals at Medium, and Regionals in 2013 & 2015 at Advanced Medium and music. Since Elroon started breeding his foals have won at Hanoverian Regional Shows, and been placed up to third at the British Dressage Breeders Show and the Hanoverian Annual Show. He is very popular with breeders as his foals have superb movement and commanding presence. In 2006 the smart black foal El Vino scored 8.4 and El Spice scored 8.2 in the British Equestrian Federation Futurity Championships. 2008 saw El Porche score 8.3, El Sweetie 8.4 and several others scored well and Qualified for British Hanoverian Show. 2009 4 foals with first premiums in dressage and 2 in Eventing. 2010 2 foals first premiums, a yearling first premium, and a 3 year old also awarded first premium Futurity. Elice was awarded Elite Candidate Hanoverian show and also won the Verband plate for the best British bred mare. In Futurity to date, he has sired 24 First Premiums. Ridden progeny are now winning affiliated dressage classes with high scores and qualifying for Regionals. An eventer now placed in his first 1 Star. Elroons sire Escudo  was Hanoverian Stallion of the Year 2009/ Escudo I was also a successful competition horse. He won the Hanoverian Show Jumping Championships on Dobrock under Joachim Winter in 1996, and he became Vice Bundeschampion in Warendorf. Witcham House Faarm Stud has two other stallions, Classic Juan and Flamengold listed on  and you can find Elroons profile here:

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Epic Background Story for Silver Elite Grade A Stallion the Legendary Temple Croesus


Flight View Stud have listed Temple Croesus on Horse Scout. Temple Croesus has won over £33,000 show jumping internationally including the Royal International, Hickstead, HOYS, Olympia, He has competed at all levels including Grand Prix & Puissance competitions. Winning the 1.60m at the Royal Show in 2003.

This stallion has it all, he is a grade A Silver Elite stallion. Proving he has the performance of a top sports horse & the conformation and level head to pass on to his you stock winning county working hunter, show hunter and side saddle.

A well sized stallion standing 167.7cm this 1995 Bay Holstein Stallion is registered as Kwpn Anglo European Graded. His sire Caletto I was twice winner of the Grand Prix of Aachen and German Team Bronze Medalist in the European Championships in Hickstead. Caletto I, a sire not only of 21 approved sons, but his daughters also produced 9 approved sons. He is a star in Holsteiner breeding. Caletto I’s sire is the world-renowned stallion Cor de la Bryère, a leading sire of performers in all three disciplines. Cor de la Bryère is considered the father of the modern show jumper, producing fifty approved sons standing worldwide. Caletto I was a tall, important sire with the smooth top-line of a modern riding horse. With extraordinary jumping ability and fantastic form over fences.

Temple Croesus’s own progeny are well regarded with, notably, Cracker (2003) produced by Louise Hall under whom he has won and competed in many lightweight flat and working hunter classes, and has recently ‘diversified’ his talents to enjoy a very successful side-saddle career. In fact, he was judged as Ladies Side-Saddle Champion at The Royal Windsor Horse Show 2011, in just his second attempt in a side-saddle class. Cracker followed this on by claiming the Ladies Hunter Champion and Lightweight Hunter Champion titles at the East of England Show, and sealed it with the Reserve Supreme Hunter Champion honours.

Also sire of Temple What a Quirk a 2004 grade B show jumper.

Louise Hall is so taken with them that she has bred to him and last year had a lovely bay filly by him.

To find out more about Temple Croesus and other stallions follow this link to the Horse Scout Website.

You can find Temple Croesus’s profile on Horse Scouts stallion listings here:

Quintero La Silla (Quintero Ask) Bold, Beautiful and Big Framed the first licenced Quantum son.


This powerfully built Holsteiner stallion, Quintero La Silla, bought by The Stallion Company in November last year, has recently been listed on the Horse Scout Stallion pages.  Standing at 16.3hh he is considered to be one of the Holsteiner Verbands most talented sow jumpers.

Proving himself again and again in the world arena Quintero la Silla (Qunitero Ask) is a proven successful sports horse his score card speaks for itself.

2013 – 6th at the Gothenburg world cup final,

2011 He won the Grand Prix in Bremen, the Barcelona nations cup (Swedish team) and – for the third time in a row – the Gucci Challenge in Paris

2010 Wins in Paris and Geneva

2009, Grand Prixs in Leipzig, in Bremen, Hagen and at the Aachen Nations Cup.

2008, Grand Prix and Nations Cup Level shows in Bremen, Neumünster, Aachen, Frankfurt, Stuttgart and Geneva

2007 Quintero and Rolf-Göran Bengtsson wrapped up the Schleswig-Holstein jumping championship, along with wins and placings in the Grand Prix’s of Falsterbo, Paderborn, and Munich.

His offspring are noted for their carefulness and scope, none more so than Breitling LS (out of an Accord II mare) who was sold to a sposor of the USA Elite rider Bezzie Madden.

Quintero stallions have realised eye watering prices, with Quint sold to Saudi Arabia for 200.000 euros 2005 Neumünster auction, with Que Guapo, realising 250.000 euros at the same venue in 2007. 2008 his son Quarz was licensed for breeding and in 2009 his son Quick Fire became 2nd reserve champion of the Neumünster approval.

Quintero already boasts numerous offspring successfully shown to S level. His daugher Quibell in particular is rated as one of Germany’s best up-and-coming horses under her rider Henrik von Eckermann.

You can find out more about Quintero and other stallions on Horse Scouts website here.

If you are particularly interested in Quintero then you can contact The Stallion Company here.

Pure Arab Stallions – Horse Scout Stallion Listings


Are you looking for an Arab Stallion this season?

Horse Scout has four pure bred Arab stallions on its lists.

In 2010 Silver Zenif, who stands in Badminton Gloustershire, was awarded 8.75 at The Grange, Futurity Grading Show for endurance young stock in 2010. Silver Zenif won the regional qualifier and was awarded joint 2nd nationally by Endurance GBIn 2013 Silver Zenif was awarded 2nd place at the Wales & West Arab Show qualifying for the Crabbet National Championships. He attended the National Arab Show at Malvern and came 5th out of 12 stallions in the Crabbet Championships. Silver Zenif was the top 100% Crabbet Stallion at the Show. Silver Zenif also represented the ?Hanif? family group at the World Crabbet Convention at Addington Manor in July. Zenif had a great finish to 2013 by completing the Endurance GB Cotswold Group Training Ride at Barbury Castle in December and commenced his Novice season in 2014 with Endurance GB achieving a grade 1 at his first event. Silver Zenif has started his unaffiliated dressage and SJ career and featured in the B&W Equine Stallion Parade at West Wiltshire Arena on 14/02/2015. Silver Zenif sired his first part-bred bay filly foal Golden Zarifah by AI to Advanced endurance mare Mrs Katie Doyle, whom we hope will follow Zenif’s success at the BEF Futurity grading in the future. The first 100% Crabbet foal is due in Scotland during 2015 in addition to numerous foals due in New Zealand.

R Ali Bey a (USA) Black Arabian stallion. Registered with the AHS (Arab Horse Society) Phoenix Field Arabians hold the only EU Frozen AI licence for R Ali Bey who now resides at a private stud in Spain Stud fee £400 pure bred Arab mares £300 all other breeds. His proven progeny include:

Maarhabi FEI 2* endurance gelding 2015

Ali Shamahl Open endurance gelding 2015 & BEF futurity for endurance higher first premium gelding 2010

Shahlisha Open endurance mare 2015

Ali Shaheen Novice endurance gelding 2015

Ali Shahrif BEF futurity leading endurance foal 2011,

higher first premium gelding Shahkeira BEF futurity leading endurance foal 2013

LHP Esther’s Caazino, a well bred colt 74.87% Crabbet Arab, consistently place as a yearling, and in his 2 year old season. He starts his 3 year old season in april ’15, being broken in 2015 for his début under saddle in 2016. Yearling season had a championship and reserve champion with the Wessex Arab Horse Group and many placings in the top 3. 2 year season had a reserve reserve champion of Great Britain with the international show society at there Royal London show and reserve champion 3rd generation British bred at the British Arabian championship and many placings in the top 3 will be standing at stud in Hampshire

Sisyrinchium is a Pure bred Arab stallion, the product of five generations of breeding at Biddesden, tracing in his pedigree to our two foundation mares Starilla and Dafinetta who came to Biddesden from the Crabbet Stud in the 1930s. Sisyrinchium is a son of Dhruv, a well known stallion in the Show ring and famous sire of endurance stock. He was successful in the Show Ring as a young horse and went on to a career under saddle culminating in being chosen as Champion Pure Bred Stallion under saddle at the Arab Horse Society Show at Malvern. Following the lead of his sire Sisyrinchium has had important winning progeny in Endurance. He stands in Hampshire.

Anglo Arabs – French Relations…but no politics!


Allo Allo Allo! The Anglo-Arab Story owes much to the French

What breed is the third oldest breed in the world? it is the Anglo-Arabian horse!

An Anglo-Arabian is a horse consisting of any combination of Arabian and Thoroughbred lineage, with no more than 75% nor less than 25% Arabian blood. As a type description the horse should fulfill the following criteria which  should be intermediate between the Arabian and the Thoroughbred.  The horse should have the elegance, endurance and lightness of movement of the Arabian with the Thoroughbred contributing size and greater speed.

Elite grade 1 stallion All That Jazz  is standing in Andover, Hampshire (fee £500) was imported to Biddesden from Victoria in Australia as a colt. His sire is the Arab stallion SS City Lights who was bred in the USA and nearly 16 hands. His dam is Belingo, an Australian Thoroughbred by Saulingo. Jazz was always a tall colt with great scope to his stride. He has the softest and springiest of canters as all who have been lucky enough to ride him will attest. He was taken through the ranks to advanced level in British Eventing by William Fox-Pitt and went hunting for a season with the South and West Wilts. His foals have been successful in the show ring and have made a promising start in eventing, with their big strides and elegant steady head positions.

Internationally, Anglo-Arabians are chosen because of their outstanding athletic ability. They are best at such sport horse activities as hunter/jumper, cross country, dressage, show hack, endurance and competitive trail riding.

Anglos are also very popular for racing. However, as a breed, it all started in france.

The French Connection

  1. These horses were first bred in France in the 1836 under the control of the French National Stud Service. English Thoroughbred mares, first imported to France in the mid-18th century, were crossed with Arabians left in that country after the defeat of the Moslems.
  2. Breeders from Normandy created the Anglo-Arabian as early as 1750.
  3. In1833, at Le Pin studfarm, Mr. de Bonneval began the actual creation of the Anglo-Arabian breed and an ordinance by Louis Phillipe created the French Studbook where the English, Arab and Anglo-Arab horses could be found. Mr. Gayot was made manager of Le Pin Stud, his goal was to establish a “French Thoroughbred” and when he was made manager of Pompadour in 1843, he took his “family” with him.
  4. In 1848, Gayot published the first part of “La France Chevaline.”
  5. Thus the Anglo-Arabian breed was born.
  6. It took several years for it to become established, but its importance became apparent among the famous French breeds of “Selle” horses. (The breed “Selle Français” is genetically an Anglo-Arabian.)
  7. By 1850, Anglo-Arabian stallions were used for both pure and cross-breeding. By 1860 race competitions exclusively for Anglo-Arabians were popular.
  8. In 1880, the Anglo-Arabian breed requirements were formally established.
  9. The characteristics of the Anglo-Arabian made it the European epitome of a war horse – dexterity, strength and endurance.
  10. Calvary horses became outdated after World War I, but with the advent of military equestrian sports in the 1920’s, and Anglos winning in all disciplines at all levels, their popularity soared.
  11. Today’s modern German warmblood breeds are indebted to several key Anglo-Arabians, such as Matcho, Inschallah and Ramzes, for their contribution of refinement and athletic abilities, and are hardly conceivable without the influence of these sires.

Horse Scout has some lovely Anglo Arabs for sale and listed as stallions for this year.

Meraldos –  a handsome 16hh grey gelding gelding (2006). His pedigree boasts the brilliant genes of top performance stallion Heraldik XX (Nr 1 of the WBHSH ranking of eventing horses; 14 approved sons). His dam competed Advanced medium level in Dressage. Owned (by Veterinary Surgeon) since birth, never been lame or sick. He has 3 flashy, uphill paces and good rhythm; he moves easily, fluid and supple.  He has a truly lovely, enchanting temperament and is excellent to load and handle in everyway. Meraldos is a top quality horse with a gentle easy manner, making him perfect for a professional rider or an ambitious amateur.

Resonance a 4 year old Anglo Arab mare by Sisyrinchium and out of ex-hurdler Rattina. Resonance has been lightly schooled and appeared in preliminary classes at the Arab Horse Show at Malvern. She appears to be a high class Show Hack in the making or a competition horse. Resonance also won her first showjumping class in late August 2014.




6 Coloured Stallions – Well spotted Horse Scout


What makes a coloured horse coloured?…a lack of colour!

An explanation of Tobiano and skewbald

TOBIANO (Toh-bee-ah’no) appears to be white with large “spots” (or “patches”) of colour, often overlapping, on animals with a greater percentage of colour than white. Spots of colour, typically, originate from the head, chest, flank and buttuck, often including the tail. Legs are generally white, giving the appearance of a white horse with large or flowing spots of colour. Generally white crosses the centre of the back between the withers and tail.

OVERO (O-vairo) appears to be a coloured (where coloured is meant here to signify any other shade of coat than white) horse with white markings. The spots of white appear to be jagged and originate on the animal’s side or belly, spreading towards the neck, tail, legs and back. The colour (any other shade than white) appears to frame the white spots. An overo often has a dark tail, mane, legs and backline. Faces are often white. Some overos show dark legs with splashy white markings seemingly made up of round lacy white spots. The location of the white never crosses the backline.

Horse Scout has 6 coloured stallions on its lists here is the information, click through to find out more.

1. Solaris Buenno – £500

Homozygous coloured tobiano Scottish Bred Sports Horse

Type – Allrounder, Coloured, Dressage, Jumpers / Show Jumper, Showing, Sports General,

Solaris Buenno, is an interesting addition to the world of warmblood and sport horse breeding .Solaris Buenno is an interesting addition to the world of warmblood and sport horse breeding and an excellent choice for the showing enthusiast. His sire Umenno, has an accomplished performance record to date and his dam Edwina a first premium Supreme Champion mare who`s progeny have already been successful in the county showring.

Buenno, has not only inherited the qualities of both sire and dam but consistantly passes them on to his progeny, elasticity, suppleness, atheleticism, tremendous shoulder reach and powerful hind engine, despite his injury which has prevented him from following an inhand showing and ridden career.

2. Farco Van Vriesput(aka Fab Frankie)  £500

16.2hh Belgium Warmblood 2005

Type – Allrounder, Coloured, Dressage, Jumpers / Show Jumper, Showing, Sports General,

About Frankie

Fully Graded and licensed CHAPS and BSPA,gaining 9.5 for jumping ability,conformation,rideability and manners. BSJA Life Approved,almost Grade B and Elite CHAPS.Frankie has an amazing temperament,making him very rideable with great trainability,all of which he passes on to his stock.Frankies bloodline is currently ranked 4th in the world of International Showjumping breeding lines.Frankie is available for AI,both fresh and chilled doses.

3. Moorhey Tomahawk – Lancashire, Lancs -£400

15.2hh Leopard Spotted Appaluosa

A true all round Sports Horse Stallion this compact stallion has it all. He has the most fantastic temperament, drop dead gorgeous looks & perfect conformation. To add to all that he has successes in Showing, Sports horse Classes, young Event Horse Classes, BSJA Show jumping & BD Dressage. He is the proven sire of a HOYS winner, numerous Showing & Sports Horse Champions, as well as Show jumpers & Dressage horses.Show Jumping He has substantial BSJA winnings showing a superb technique over a fence which he passes onto all his offspring. He is both bold & careful with plenty of scope. Dressage He has almost 200 Bd points winning at Elementary level. Last year he was 4th at the Nationall & won the Individual Elementary Section at the BD Home Internationals at Rowellan. Sports Horse As both a 4 & 5year old he won numerous Ridden Sports Horse Classes & qualified for the Burghley young Event Horse Final at Burhgley. Showing Numerous Ridden & In Hand Championships,to his name

4. Country Colour Spot – Lancashire, Lancs

12.2 Part Bred Arab Homozygous Bay Tobiano

Licensed PBA Graded BSPA BSJA Assesed

A super Sports/Show Pony Sire & being Homozygous guaranteed to throw a coloured foal to any colur of mare. Being by our own Spotswood Jafeica, he has inherited his father’s superb temperament, great attitude to work & is just a star to do anything with. His paces are superb, with a lovely elevated floating movement & a natural uphill ride. Qualified RIHS ridden coloured on first outing. He has his sire’s natural aptitude to jumping, he passed his BSJA assessment with flying colours & is now showing his huge scopey jump in the ring. BSJA winnings with Double clear in Stepping Stones & British Novice ridden by a 10year old girl. He won Nursery stakes Working Hunter at Winter Festival of Champions, his first ever Working Hunter class. He is proving to be an absolute star taking everything we throw at him in his stride. This pony is an absolute dream to do anything with, he has a great personality, loves to work & please & is fantastic with the smallest jockey. Qualified RIHS Ridden Coloured on first outing under saddle 2011 Won Nursery Stakes championship at Spring Festival of Showing in first WH Class BSJA winnings with double clears in Stepping Stones.

5. Country Top Dollar – Lancashire, Lancs  £570

16.2 Bay Tobiano TB X  Dressage Stallion

This stallion has inherited his sire’s elegant looks & famous temperament. He is a true Ridding horse stamp, full of quality & presence but given his Dam’s achievements & family history also full of jumping ability. His elegant looks & paces have made him a top show horse & successful dressage horse but his ability over a fence & his breeding make him too good to just keep on the flat! He is by our one & only ‘Country Top Gun’ & as with his sire he is a true thoroughbred with pure quality, he is one of the most elegant coloured horses around & he is even more stunning in the flesh.

Country Top Gun – Lancashire, Lancs  £600

Coloured16.2hh Anglo European Grade B Jumping Stallion

One of the best known & most proven coloured stallions in the country. Imported from Ireland as a foal, his Top Class blood lines go back to both sets of grandparents. He has produced over 80% coloured foals. Country Top Gun has Top Show Horses, Show Jumpers & National Hunt Horses in his pedigree which includes Prefairy & goes back to the legendery Precipitation. His Sire Stensen is the sire of many top class coloured competition & Show horses. His full sister Pauldary’s Lady Aaddie is a prolific winner in the show ring.

6. Umenno – Braco, Perthshire  £700

16.1hh Chestnur Tobiano KWPN / Dutch Warmblood

Umenno possesses a good trainable temperament, powerful flamboyant movement, a beautifully marked chestnut and white robe, and a pedigree of legendary ancestry with 50% thoroughbred. Bred with athleticism in mind Umenno is an expressive powerful mover with off the floor paces and has demonstrated good jumping ability in the showjumping arena.Umenno was also shown in hand throughout the UK, standing Open Non Native National Champion and young stock reserve. He has stood Champion at many National county shows including, the Scottish Chaps National, the Highland Show, Fife Show, and Great Yorkshire along with other wins in Sport Horse classes.As a four year old he jumped double clears in British Novice. Discovery and Newcomers. He qualified for the Royal Show potential showjumper, the Royal International Horse Show BSPA Ridden finals, Burghley young event horse, Arena UK 4 year old SJ championship, and the Scottish Sports Horse 4 year old showjumping sport horse series along with numerous overall Championships in ridden sport horse classes often standing vainquer to older competitors. Winner of the five year classes at Bicton and the six year old class in St Legier Switzerland with additional placings at RII with Rudi Wallerbosch.Umenno has since been sold to South Africa and has dominated the showing circuit with multiple wins and Championships.Frozen semen is still available for distribution within all EU countries, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the USA.