MARES AND FOALS AT BIRTLEY 2008
Birtley Lady Luck (120273) born 1999 sire Brookhouse Chuckler ex Hever Willa (see below)
Birtley Lady Luck has been retained within the stud and is the dam of Birtley First Addition (sire Birtley Mister Moon). This colt is truly stunning and the image of his sire. He is currently in Denmark being successfully shown. For more information click here Birtley First Addition
Birtley Lady Luck has also bred a lovely bay colt by Hilin Knightrider (Boston Bentick ex Hilin Eboni) called Birtley Regal Charm in 2007 (billybob), which we have sold.
2012 - Lady Luck is the only filly out of Hever Willa. This year she has had a lovely filly foal by Birtley Merlyn
Birtley Lady Luck with her filly, Birtley Royal Jubilee
Seaholm Damsel with Birtley Queen of Diamonds
as a foal
Seaholm Damsel, born 1993, Sire is Pendock Peacock and Dam is Seaholm Dawn. Damsel is a lovely quality mare, double medal winning mare in 1999 and 2000. In 1999, she was 6th at the Royal Welsh Young Brood Mare Class. In previous Years she has been 7th and 8th respectively. This Mare has a lot of bone and is of the old style type of Section B. Her first three foals have all been prize winners. Birtley Dawn- sire is Brookhouse Chuckler. In 1998 she was 1st twice and has been turned away since.
The following year in 1999, she produced another lovely filly which we decided to name Birtley Daydream (picture below) also by Brookhouse Chuckler. Daydream was 1st and Reserve Champion at Bishops Castle, 1st at Minsterly, 1st at Church Stretton Show and many more prizes in 1999. In 2000 she was 1st at Tenbury yearling class and then 1st at Bridgenorth A/B yearling class
In 2000 Damsel once again blessed us with yet another filly but this time by our young stallion Birtley Mister Moon. This filly we named Birtley Queen of Diamonds. Diamond also has been very successful shown as a foal including 2nd NCPA Shropshire Foal Show, 2nd Church Stretton foal show and 2nd at Midland Welsh foal show.
Birtley Daydream and her 2008 foal, Birtley Comet (by Mistermoon) at Burwarton 2008
1989 - Sire - Stoak Jaguar Dam - Weston Michelle.
We purchased Madelaine at Fayre Oaks in 1998 as a brood mare to go with our Weston bred stallion Brookhouse Chuckler.
At the time she was in foal to Lemonshill Hylight and produced a lovely palomino colt on our daughter's birthday.
Her offspring are as follows -
Stoak Malandra (by Crawel Tenacity) retained by the Stoak stud. Dam of two medal winners, including Stoak Model see Stoak advert in 2003 journal. Model is the dam of Stoak Monique, a 1st prize winner who is retained as a broodmare at Birtley.
Stoak Marie (by Lemonshill Hylight) Supreme champion under saddle including Reserve Supreme Ridden Royal Welsh 2000.
Stoak Mossa (by Lemonshill Hylight) Brood mare.
Stoak Minuet, chestnut 13.1 (by Lemonshill Hylight) A very quiet mare who has been shown with success win many 1st prizes. Retained by the Birtley stud as a broodmare. Reserve champion mare this year and dam of Birtley Miss Muffit, Birtley China Doll and Birtley First Edition.
Birtley Birthday Boy, palomino gelding (by Lemonshill Hylight) Won many prizes for us as a foal and has been very successful under saddle and in palomino classes
Birtley Birthday Boy pic taken Sept 05
Birtley Millie (by Brookhouse Chuckler), shown twice as a foal and was third at both county standard shows. Now a top class safe jumping pony who regularly goes hunting with her 9 year old jockey.
Birtley Minstrel, very dark liver chestnut stallion (by Brookhouse Chuckler) He was very successfully shown, has a very quiet temperament and is now a stallion in South Wales, having sired a filly now in Norway.
Birtley Moonlight (by Birtley Mister Moon) born palomino, now turned grey. Moonlight is a double medal colt and was second at the Royal Welsh 2004, see pictures below. He is the sire of reserve champion Birtley Moonbeam.
Birtley Magic Girl (by Lemonshill Hylight) Magic is lovely to handle and was shown as a foal where she was 3rd and was 10th at Winter Fayre Royal Welsh 2004. She would have been shown as a yearling but due to family illness we did not show in 2005. Retained as a broodmare and is the dam of Birtley Shooting Star by Birtley Mistermoon and Birtley Welsh Wizard 1st foal class at Lindrigre show 2010.
Birtley Mystic Meg, palomino filly born 2007 (by Brookhouse Chuckler) Retained as a future broodmare and scanned in foal to Eyarth Red Pepper for 2011.
Birtley Merlyn, palomino colt born 2008 (by Eyarth Red Pepper) Sold at Fayre Oaks sale and then bought back March 09. He has been successfully shown in partnership with Agnetha Hjortstarre (Sweden). (See pic as a foal and yearling) Results include 2nd Shropshire and West Midlands medal show, 2nd Severn Valley area medal show. Has had his first mare scanned in foal for 2011.
photo courtesy of The Event Photographer
Birtley Marleen, palomino filly born 2010 by Eyarth Red Pepper, very pretty and retained by us.
Moonlight was 2nd at the Royal welsh and we would like
to thank Joanne and Howard Lamb for the Fantastic Job they are
doing with Moonlight
Moonbeam - the only offspring of Birtley Moonlight. She is out of
Birtley Mister Moon
Coed Coch Endor
Brockwell Prince Charming
Moonlight was 2nd at the Royal welsh and we would like to thank Joanne and Howard Lamb for the Fantastic Job they are doing with Moonlight
Birtley Moonbeam - the only offspring of Birtley Moonlight. She is out of Birtley Dawn.
PAXHALLS BRIONYS GOLDLEAF
Paxhall Brionys Goldleaf, 1990 - Sire - Downland Goldleaf Dam - Downland Briony (Downland Arcady).
Goldie, as she is known at home, is the most beautiful Downland bred mare. She has an impeccable temperament which makes her the true favourite of the family. We purchased Goldie from the May sale at Builth Wells in 1994, and she was shown lightly at some local shows.
Goldies Foals at the Birtley Stud
Birtley Red Star (Chestnut Colt) by Brookhouse Chucker - sold
Birtley Mister Man (Grey Colt) by Birtley Mister Moon – currently competing at Pony Club.
Birtley Miss Bobby (Grey Filly) by Birtley Mister Moon – retained within stud ,full 13.2
Birtley Sunshine (Chestnut Filly) by Brookhouse Chuckler - sold
Birtley Loco Gold (Chestnut Colt) by Brookhall Locomotion - sold
Birtley Ballarina (Chestnut Filly) by Brookhouse Chuckler - sold
Birtley El Cid (Chestnut Colt) by Meepswood Rockerfella - sold
Birtley Buster (Chestnut Colt) by Eyarth Red Pepper - sold
Birtley Angelina (Chesnut Filly) by Eyarth Red Pepper - sold
Here are 3 of Goldies offspring - Mister Man, Loco Gold and Ballerina. They all belong to the Clark family, who compete with them at Pony Club.
BIRTLEY MISS BOBBY (122603) born 2000
Birtley Miss Bobby was born at my parents farm, as we had other mares foaling at the same time, and was a very strong foal. Bobby was born grey/dun, which is typical for a Birtley Mister Moon foal and so I thought with a quick glance that she was a colt, hence the name Bobby. It was not until later in the daylight that I actually had a proper check and saw that, in fact, Bobby was a filly and, as I am very loathed to change a name once given, she became Birtley Miss Bobby.
As usual with all Mister Moon stock they do need time to mature and develop. Bobby is a beautiful up to height mare and in 2006 had a filly by Brookhouse Chuckler, called Birtley Mrs Moon (Binny). Bobby is a lovely mother and has milked very well for a maiden mare. This year she has had another filly, who we have called Birtley Sprite, by my black stallion, Hilin Knightrider.
Sprite is for sale.
Birtley Sunshine, by Brookhouse Chuckler.
Hever Willa (75584) by Paddock Gemini out of Hever Guinevere.
Willa was bought at Fayre Oaks to go to Brookhouse Chuckler, she had been very successful in Scotland (Pg 134 WPCS 1991 Journal). Willa was not a very big mare only standing at 12.1 but a very well made mare. She was very successfully shown by us and was Midlands broodmare of the year. Sadly Willa could not carry a foal longer that 10 months and 15 days and so she caught me out the first time she foaled. Luckily Willa was a very good milking mare and always did her foals well. We showed Willa in-hand and we were successful. Willa was Point Winner and Best Brood mare for the Central Native Breeds Association in 1998.
Birtley Lucky Joe (Chestnut Colt) – Sire Brookhouse Chuckler - Sold
Birtley Bright n Early (Chestnut Colt) – Sire Brookhouse Chuckler – Sold and doing very well under saddle
Birtley Lady Luck (Chestnut Filly) – Sire Brookhouse Chuckler - retained within stud.
Dennis and Caroline Duppa,
Shropshire SY6 7DW
Date Last Updated: 15 September 2015