'Troy' 16.2hh 2008 AES gelding. Prince des Vaux x Cruising Competed to CSI*
'Rio' 16.2hh 2011 KWPN black gelding Vleut x Ferro Currently eventing with Amy Harris
'Coco' 15.3hh 2013 bay ISH mare Doorastown Hallo x Chacoa Evented to BE100, now starting her BS career
'Hendrix' 17.1hh 2017 KWPN bay stallion Cape Coral RBF Z x Oklund
16.3hh 2009 chestnut gelding Casall x Caletto I Competed to 1.40m
15hh 2011 Welsh D Stallion Available for stud
Retired Competition Horses
Heathermore Captains Glory
'Captain' 16.3hh 2010 ISH gelding Captain Clover x Aran Competed to 1.30m
14.2hh 1997 partbred Irish cob gelding. Charlie has showjumped internationally against horses up to 1.10m, has evented internationally and was the pony eventing champion of Spain and has also competed successfully in dressage. He is now happily competing in lower level unaffiliated competitions.
16.2hh 2001 KWPN gelding Emilion x Concorde Ullrich has successfully competed nationally and internationally and has competed up to 1.60m. Arthritis in his hocks means that he is no longer able to compete at the same level and he is happily fat and semi-retired and enjoying competing at lower level.
J.R.P Maybe Coloured
'Kalani' 16.1hh 2013 AES coloured mare Utah van Erpekom x Kannan
'Judith' 16.1hh 2014 ISH bay mare Tolan R x Aran Judith's dam 'Arans Girl' was a little 15.2hh mare who showjumped to 1.20m and evented to 2*. She also competed at the Junior European Championships as part of the Irish Eventing team. Judith's oldest sibling, Rosalie, is now competing internationally in 1.30m and COH classes and was recently on the Irish YR Nations Cup team as well as winning at Dublin Horse Show. Judith's first foal in 2019, Risada Peter Parker (by Ramiro B), scored an Elite at the 2019 Futurity. He has been retained as a potential stallion prospect.
'Annie' 16.2hh 2010 ISH mare Tinarana Goldwave (Argentinus x Acord II) x Puissance x Tula Rocket Annie was bred by the Tinarana stud from a strong damline. Her dam, 'Tullibards Showcase' showjumped to 1.30m level and has gone on to produce 3* eventer and Advanced Medium dressage horse Tullibards Showtime, Tullibards Whats Next (1* eventing) and Horseleaps Lady Inspector (SJ 1.30m). Whilst under saddle as a young horse Annie showed great talent and flair for all 3 of the main disciplines. Incredibly bold and scopey over a fence with an excellent back end; 3 big powerful paces and super trainability for dressage and the brain and stride for cross country. Annie's first foal in 2019, Risada Jaguesse (by Jaguar Mail), scored a Gold at the 2019 Futurity. She is a tall, athletic filly who scored a 9 on her veterinary mark.
J.R.P I Need A Dollar
'Dollar' 16.3hh 2012 AES mare Danny Kannan (Kannan x Burgraaf) x Kashmir von Schuttershoff (Nabab de Reve x Canaro) Dollar's dam Quick Step-P.H was herself a winner at 1.30m level and has also produced international showjumper Di Petra du Vert Bois (1.40m) as well as eventers Quick Casanova and Step Up Casanova. Dollar's full sister is now jumping 5yo classes. Dollar was a very trainable young horse under saddle. She was very straightforward to back and completed the process start to finish in 5 days. She showed great promise for dressage or showjumping before injury sadly ended her ridden career. Dollar's first foal was born in 2019, Risada Chelsea (by Legrande) Dollar's second foal, Risada Childlike Empress, is by the great Caretino Glory.
16hh 2004 KWPN mare No Limit x Ircolando Zitah herself was a promising young showjumper before injury ended her career as a 5yo. Her damline has produced successful dressage horses up to Grand Prix level, as well as amateur level showjumpers. Zitah has produced a number of quality top scoring youngsters: Quitah Whirlwind (2012 x Westpoint Quickfire), No Limit Lucy (2016 x Numero Uno), Classic Fairytale (2017 x Cevin Z). For us so far she has bred Risada Tribiani (2018 x Cevin Z - graded Gold) and Risada Regina Phalange (2019 x Cevin Z - graded Gold)
Lady Billie Breeze
16hh 2011 AES mare Billy Um Bongo x Cevin Z Lady's dam Mountain Sea Breeze (Cevin Z) has so far produced the international horses 1.50m showjumper Billy Manjaro (Darragh Kenny) and 1.45m showjumper Ralph (David Simpson), as well as Billy Everest jumping 6yo and 1.30m classes. Lady's progeny so far are Risada Liberace (2018 x Like A Boy) and Risada Turn 'n' Burn (2020 x Arko III)
'Ria' 16.1hh 2012 ISH bay mare Clover Brigade x Kings Master Under saddle Ria had all the attributes to be a highly competitive and successful amateur showjumping horse. Brave as a lion, careful, super bold with a strong canter and snaffle mouth, highly athletic and all the scope for at least 1.30m classes. Ria was an incredibly consistent performer in the ring and always gave her absolute best effort. Her very promising career has unfortunately been cut short due to a field injury. Ria's damline has produced 4* eventer and 1.30m showjumper Master McCormack, as well as numerous successful national level amateur showjumpers and eventers. Ria's first foal, Risada Silly Rabbit, was born in 2020 and is an exceptional palomino colt by Crown's Ace of Pearl.
Ard Pom Pom
'Saoirse' 16.1hh 2011 ISH grey mare Beuwolf (Cruising) x Clover Hill x First Consul Saoirse started a very promising showjumping career showing great scope, technique and athletic ability under saddle in her first year of competition. However due to lack of time on our part meaning that we weren't able to give Saoirse the consistency she needed to progress we have decided to put her in foal. And for good reason! You don't have to go back far at all to see the quality of her dam-line which continues to produce a growing number of successful international showjumping and eventing horses through competing and breeding progeny. These include Leanorth Boom Boom (1.50m), Trebra Douglas (1.60m), Park Display (1.40m), Five Star Quality (1.40m), Volkano (SJ 1.35m, CNC**) Big Time (CIC**, SJ 1.35m), Prince Mayo (CIC3*) Fernhill Festival (CIC2*), Carnoneybridge Diva (1.40m), A Touch of Ars (1.30m) and Diamond Consul (1.30m) as well as a number of amateur event and 1.20m showjump horses, Premier mares and promising youngsters yet to start their competition careers.