Miserden Sports Horses

Miserden Sports Horses have been bred by us since 2000 although the Miserden Prefix has only been applied since 2006.
Our first mare, Milly, was out of a TB racehorse by an Oldenburg showjumper and she produce our first foal, a bay filly by coloured stallion Masterpiece in 2000.  She went on to event successfully and is now breeding top quality stock herself.
Milly bred three other coloured colt foals by Masterpiece, Monach of the Glen, Work of Art and Miserden Radetzky, all who have gone on to successful careers.  Sadly Milly dropped dead 16 hours after Radetzky (Pablo) was born and we were lucky enough to have our other mare, Dash, who immediatly adopted Pablo along with her filly foal Blossom and reared both.

Miserden Impressario, (Rio) started his competative life with Jake Reynolds, pictured below, then spent two years with Freya, competing in all Pony Club activities, including 100 Eventers Challenge at Blenheim.  Now sold to Tilly near Newbury and hopefully will carry on competing at top level.

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Miserden Vixen (Foxy) 14.2hh.  Not homebred but owned since a foal.  Has spent two very successful years competing with Nancy Workman, only aged eleven now.  Sadly Foxy has now grown too strong for little Nancy although the pair have been incredibly successful in the ring.  Pictures below.  Foxy is now with Safi Hcksbeach continuing her education and giving Safi a lot of fun.

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Congratulations to Safi and Lily Hicks Beach.  Safi 7th in first hunter trial on Foxy and Lily 12th out of 42 in first BE 90 at Millfield with fabulous double clear.

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Nancy jumping brilliantly on Foxy (Miserden Vixen).


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