About Us

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Parkland Stud started breeding horses in 1997, firstly breeding British Warmbloods and continuing to specialise in Hanoverians.

Our broodmares consist of State Premium mares from well proven dressage and jumping bloodlines such as Donnerhall, Weltmeyer, Graf Grannus, Escudo and Calypso II.

Horses associated with the stud include

  • Arazmataz – International Show Jumper
  • Le Beau – International Grand Prix Dressage Stallion
  • Worldwide – Advanced Dressage
  • Furst Sinclair – Currently at Intermediare I with Michael Eilberg

 

Parklands is also home to Parklands RDA a registered charity offering horse riding and animal therapies to anyone with learning and physical difficulties. Chair and Coach of Parklands RDa is Alison Ramseier
 

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After studying at the McTimoney Chiropractic College to gain her BSc hons in Chiropractic, Alison then moved to Germany to study Veterinary Chiropractic with the International Academy of Veterinary Chiropractic.  This is known as the Gold standard of Veterinary Chiropractic only allowing Doctors of Chiropractic and Veterinarians to enrol.

Alison has a keen focus on Paediatric chiropractic and alongside her coaching for Riding for the Disabled is also the Para Representative for British Dressage in the North West Region

Alison competed regularly in show jumping under the guidance of Di Lampard and has trained to Grand Prix Dressage under Erik Theilgaard.

Alison is also a fully qualified AI Technician and is on the committee of the British Hanoverian Horse Society.

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Warrick Ramseier

 

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Warrick was born near Durban, in South Africa. Working as a field guide and managing lodges he spent most of his time in the bush increasing his knowledge of all animals, reptiles and birds native to South Africa and beyond.

Warrick made the move to England after meeting Alison in the lodge he worked at in SA.

Although working with all animals, Warrick specialises in reptiles and having a great love for creepy crawlies, adds an interesting angle to the centre offering advice on the more exotic creatures which are becoming ever popular in this country.

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