We moved to our new home in 2012 and adapted what was a dairy farm to the needs of a stud.
Set in over 100 acres of grazing with an excellent climate for growing exotic foals.
With large secure fields for foals to run and play. The large farm barns have been converted
to suit the needs of an expanding stud.
All set in wonderful rolling country side.
With excellent links to the A303 and M4.
Pictured below are some of the facilities we have on our stud farm.
Stabling, grazing, medical centre and winter turn-out.
All internal areas benefit from 24/7 colour/infrared CCTV
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If you'd like more information about any of the stallions shown below just click on the image.
Our exceptional brood mares!
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We have some beautiful foals to show you!
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In 1998 the family moved to the rolling Exmoor countryside leaving farming behind to concentrate on a new venture of providing holiday accommodation.
This gave the family more time to enjoy their equine friends. Babylon
, our daughters horse, now proved not only was she capable of dressage but
was an outstanding hunter.
In 2003 the exotic and exquisite Black Arabian AH Saluq
was found. After considerable negotiation AH Saluq
came home to us at Court Farm.
This purchase was followed up a year later with the purchase of the exceptionally well bred Minstrella
(Minstrella has now retired to the south of France).
In 2006 an opportunity to acquire a rare black Simeon Sadik
filly came along and Sadika
became the latest member of the family
to complete the foundation brood-mare herd. We have great expectations of this exceptional mare when bred to our outstanding stallion AH Saluq
In 2007 Dreamfield's Prima Ballerina
became available. Prima Ballerina
gave us a beautiful homozygous black filly in 2009.
Unfortunately Prima Ballerina was not destined to be a brood mare.
2010 proved to be very exciting for Court Farm Arabian Stud with the purchase of ROE Mahbooba
and her foal and an imminent move to larger premises.
In 2012 the stud relocated from Exmoor to the Somerset/Wiltshire border and the work of converting a dairy farm to an equestrian farm began.
All set in over 100 acres of good pasture. With extensive buildings ready to have a new life as a stud farm.
The works are on-going but we hope to be finished by 2020. Since the move the stud has gone from strength to strength.
The best is yet to come as we strive to improve our breeding.
We hope you will follow us in our journey through the next decade and help us enjoy the good times still to come.
4th November 2016
AB Indiana Jones
European Championship Int "A" show Top 6 in a very strong class
Really looking forward to seeing his first crop of foals in March 2017
21st October 2016
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