Our horses


Bay Stallion, 2000

Licensed Hanoverian/BWBS

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Arazmataz stands out as a modern type with charisma and excellent movement, excelling in show jumping he also has three quality paces complimented by great ride-ability and a willingness to please.

He is one of the few licensed sons of Acorado, an international show jumping champion who died far too early. Acorado was winner of his performance test in 1997 and a repeated Bundeschampionate finalist and the sire of over eight graded stallions before his early death in 2004. Accord II speaks for himself, also the winner of his 100 day testing he has over 38 approved sons and 30 state premium mares making him a highly influential sire.

Arazmataz was graded in Verden and completed his 70 day testing in Adelheidsdorf in 2004 gaining 8’s for his temperament, character and ride-ability. His competitive show jumping career began in 2005 under the training of Di Lampard where from an early stage he showed a great mind being very trainable and athletic over the jumps. His dressage training began in 2004 under Erik Theilgaard where he proved most willing, showing great paces and good basics at the beginning of lateral work. He has continued to work well under Erik’s training showing his versatility as a stallion both in dressage and show jumping.

The success of Arazmataz is not only seen in the ring but in his young stock. His first foal to be produced, Anastasia, gained the title of Best British Bred Filly at the Hanoverian show in 2006, a superb title for his first foal and for Parkland Stud. His first offspring share his excellent qualities both in conformation, paces and most importantly temperament.

Arazmataz has successfully competed Internationally up to Grand Prix level


After 9 years competing Internationally both in this country and abroad we have made the decision to retire Arazmataz from this level whilst he’s healthy and going strong. He will continue his career in Dressage whilst still jumping for fun.


Bay Stallion, 2002


Worldwide is a superb graded and 300 day tested Hanoverian stallion gaining 8’s for his character, rideability and temperament. A truly sensational young dressage horse for the future. ¬†Under Maria Eilberg he is successfully competed up to Medium Advanced level and is now at training advanced level under Alison.

His sire Wordly won the dressage section of his performance test and has over 682 registered offspring in Hanover with 11 been state premium mares and 11 licensed sons.

Weltmeyer was champion at his licensing and then winner of his performance test. He also won the three-year-old stallion classification at the Federal Championships of young German riding horses. As his career continued he was awarded the Freiherr von Stenglin-Prize for the best stallion and the DLG champion in Frankfurt. In 1998 he was awarded stallion of the year.

Brentano II is a son of the famous Bolero. Champion in his dressage at the performance test he soon became renown for producing superb dressage horses including Brentina, Gold Medal winner at the Olympic’s and Horse of the Year at Intermediare Level in 1998.

Three of Bolero’s offspring gained medals at the 2004 olympic games.

The dam of Worldwide, Welina was Vice-Champion at the Ratje-Niebuhr Show in 2000.

Worldwide is a truly versatile stallion excelling in dressage but also with a super jump. His first two years of breeding he produces a filly foal who gained the Best British Bred Filly at the Hanoverian Show in 2007 followed in 2008 by World Surprise.

Le Beau





Le Beau is a graded and 70 day tested stallion gaining a remarkable 135.80 for his dressage. His bloodline, Lemon Tree/Bolero/Grande are some of the best dressage bloodlines in Britain. Lemon Tree was a superb young Stallion who was winner of his performance test, but unfortunately died at a young age, but his qualities are shown through his few offspring.

Bolero is a classic foundation sire and one of the few sires to go on and continue to produce another foundation sire, Brentano II. Three Bolero sons gained medals at the 2004 Olympic Games.

Grande is one of the most influential sires today, forming the famous G line.

Le Beau is a stallion too good to be true. He has competed internationally at Grand Prix with placements in GP Special and Kur. He has three superb paces, excellent conformation and a temperament to match. His offspring include state premium mares, graded sons and competition horses competing up to advanced level.

La Bamba – by Le Beau at his first dressage outing

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