Gwynfaes Seren Wledig, Section D Welsh Cob stallion, Champion.
Kambarbay, Akhal Teke Stallion. With all of the desirable characteristics of the modern event horse. In addition he has a beautiful head, well defined limbs, a well proportioned length of body and neck along with the metallic golden sheen to his coat for which the breed are also renown.
Aberaeron Aragorn Aur, Section D Welsh Cob stallion by Janton Lightening, out of Aberaeron Arwen. He is now gelded & living in Kent with his new owner Jillian Fry.
Penclose Maestro, Section D Welsh Cob stallion by Ty’r Capel Michael, out of the legendary Kentchurch Rhapsody. Shown successfully under saddle, in 2010 Maestro qualified for HOYS & was placed. In 2014 this palomino Welsh Cob Section D stallion covered Arwen. For more info see www.cwmmeudwy.com
Palousa San Sebastian has some famous dressage sires in his pedigree, sire SAN REMO (KWPN & Han) is by Wolkentanz I who is a son of one of the best stallions ever (dressage and show jumping), WELTMEYER. San Remo’s other grandsire is VOLTURNO (by Vollkorn XX) an Eventing stallion, twice German Champion and Olympic Games. Palousa San Sebastian’s dam, Palousa Caprice was 5 times Best Mare of the Dutch Appaloosa breed. Her sire is the Trakehner GRIBALDI, who died early 2010, a Grand Prix stallion, who came more in the news as being the sire of MOORLANDS TOTILAS, now sold to Paul Schockmoehle (PSI), the dressage wonder who has achieved scores of above 90%.
Although dressage bred, he is currently BSJA showjumping 1.20/1.30m and winning.
Graded with WBS-UK (British Warmblood), and in October 2009 CHAMPION BRITISH SPORTSHORSE during British Warmblood grading. In 2013 he covered Black Bess, producing a super filly foal. www.dressagestuds.com
Menai Sparkling Imperial, Section D Welsh Cob stallion by Menai Sparkling Image, out of Menai Sparkling Lady. Multiple show winner including Supreme Champion M&M at HOYS 2007 (under saddle) & 2015 Royal Welsh Senior stallion winner (in hand. In a word – LEGEND. Mated with Black Bess in 2010 to produce Aberaeron Alys in 2011. For more information see www.menaistud.com