Old habits die hard...


Burghley horse this year imported by us as a 2yo and we had him the whole summer one year as couldn’t catch him to sell him...


“He was very reasonably priced but he has got a bit of a chequered history. I don’t know all of it, but he’s quirky and that’s why I’ve got him – he’s got a switch and can be very chilled one moment and then suddenly very not so chilled!” says Helen, who is based in Surrey. “He can get quite feisty in a lorry and so I don’t travel him with others. He’s also terrible to catch – at the beginning of this year, when I went to catch him from his winter grazing with my lorry parked in the corner of the field, he ended up squeezing through a gap in the hedge next to the lorry and was last seen galloping towards Dorking high street on the dual carriageway with no headcollar. But he’s got a heart of gold, loves his job and is special in his brain. He’s my best friend – hopefully I’m his too!” continue reading


He missed many sales prior as we couldn’t get him in !