Stallions standing at Stud

Woodrow Fieldmaster
(Peveril Peter Piper x Woodrow Honey's Dynasty)

1994 14hh bay fully licensed English imported stallion. Woodrow Fieldmaster already had a very impressive show record as a yearling before his import in 1995 including some of the following:







Best Yearling and Champion Young Stock and Reserve Supreme at East Anglia Native Show
First Year old Breamore Show
First Yearling large breeds at the Royal International
First Romsey and Champion Young Stock
First Yearling and First Breeders, Reserve Male and Reserve Overall Champion at the
Royal of England

Fielder is continuing he winning ways in Canada being Canadian Champion New Forest Stallion and Best of Breed every year shown since his import. He is green broke to drive and has started his under saddle work with an emphasis on dressage. With very limited showing he has been given scores of 7 and as high as 8s on his free walk and 7s on trot, his highest score was 65.8% on a Basic 1B test.. Fielders get have inherited their sires lovely temperament, movement and pony character. His oldest offspring are just starting their show careers and doing exceptionally well in Halter, Lead Line, Driving and Hunter Pony.


Fox Hollow Danny Boy
(Forest Hill Orion x Forest Hill Mopley Star of Dannette x Vernons Starling)

1990 14hh grey fully licensed Canadian bred New Forest stallion bred by June Cleave of Fox Hollow Farm. Danny is broke to ride and drive with the majority of his showing being in dressage to Basic 4 . In 1998, he won Gold Medals in Basic 3 and 4 Senior from Glanbrook CADORA and Silver Medals in both Basic 1 and 2 Senior . His scores to 66.8% with 8s for free walk and trot. In 1999 Danny went to his first ever Horse Trial and placed 8th out of 29 entries at Pre-Training Level being the only pony. He has also shown in pleasure driving with David as whip. Danny has offspring showing in Hunter, Dressage and Driving, his foals have good bone and size and should excel in most disciplines.

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