Our stallions cover in hand and all of our stallions are registered with either the Shire Horse or Clydesdale Horse Societies, having passed their inspections. 

Mare livery is available to visiting mares and scanning can be arranged.

If you would like more information on any of our stallions or our stud process then please get in touch.


Sire: Metheringham Upton Hamlet
Dam: Eastcote Poppy
This tremendous 6 year old,18h,1h bay stallion, is sired by the great Metheringham Upton Hamlet, carrying on some of the best blood lines around. He passed his inspections in 2020 to be a life time approved stallion with the SHS. Stable named Harry, he has a loving temperament and outstanding conformation and movement. At the National Shire Horse Show 2019 he was awarded second place 4yo stallion and a premium. Harry has produced some cracking foals already and is a real asset to the stud

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Sire: Moorfield Edward 

Dam: Grovemere Emily

This jet black 5 year old stallion, is from great bloodlines and had some quality foal following his first year of service. He stands at 17,3hh and is a registered stallion with the SHS.

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Sire: Ruskington Hartley
Dam: Ruskington Abby 

A 4 year, 17,3hh old bay colt with 4 whites, Thor is a true gentleman and is turning into an impressive looking horse. He is an approved stallion with the SHS and has his first foals due this year.

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Sire: Collessie Stepping Stone
Dam: Collessie Julia

This 2013 born stallion was champion clydesdale at the Great Yorkshire Show as a yearling. He has a well built body with plenty of hair. He is a fully registered stallion with the Clydesdale Horse Society.

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Sire: Dillars Ideal 
Dam: Viking Starlight

Stable named Trevor, he is a fully registered Clydesdale stallion. He has a very laid back temperament, recently been backed to ride. Trevor has masses of hair and has very distinctive markings not seen in many stallions around anymore.