Exciting new arrival at Jamaica Park

We are thrilled to announce the safe arrival of a very special stallion called Springwood Arcadia.

We would like to thank Yvonne Fuller from Rhesa Stud for allowing this stunning man to come live with us, we are very grateful for the opportunity to make our future breeding dreams, hopefully a reality.

Please go to Stallions page to see photos and details, with more photos to come in the future.

Oz Trek 2017

We had an amazing weekend at the beautiful town of Oxley, Vic. For this years Oz Trek. Mia attempted everything asked of her, we did the 7km Navigation Drive, we did the cones course, and a fantastic obstacle course. We are so proud of our little lady, such an honest girl willing to try anything.

Aussie being driven on Australia Day 2017

We were invited to our first Parade in Harness. On Australia Day Mia attended the Australia Day Parade at Loch, Victoria.
She was a little Super Star, flags flying, kids running around her, loud music and Party Crackers did not faze her. We did 2 laps of the oval then the public came and patted Mia and asked questions. We had a wonderful time. Brandon and I got dressed in an Aussie theme for the occasion.

Update on a JP pony

We were very excited to see a pony we bred. JP Etched in Gold, (FA Kidman x Brampton Gypsy Rose).

He has grown into a lovely boy, who has the best home with Roz and Di.

Thank you for letting us spend some time with him, very proud of how he has matured.


Our first competition results

Debb, Brandon  and our beautiful Mia competed in our first Navigation Drive and Obstacle Course, at Catani with the Gippsland Pleasure Harness Club.

We are very proud to announce that we came 3rd, our first ribbon in harness. We had a fantastic day, Mia tried everything, walking over carpet, cones, standing quietly next to a flapping clothesline, backing out of a garage and going through an obstacle course with flapping flags. We are so proud of our girl.

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Sad News

We are devastated to announce that our beautiful yearling colt Earl had to be put down due to injuries sustained in the recent storms.