ARRATHORNES DRACO.

​2017, Black Gelding

​(Eros x Arrathornes Make Believe)

Prvivately owned, we are exceptionally proud that this outstanding black gelding out of  Arrathornes Make Believe who is herself by the Stud's foundation stallion, Balinmore Irish Rebel.​is to be leased by his owner to the Stud to allow us to advertise the quality sport horses we will be breeding in the future. ​He is by Shovern Stud's beautiful and talented KWPN stallion, Eros (AES Licensed Stallion).


Born on 14th May 2017 Draco has already achieved much in his short life. Bred to show jump he is a natural showman and delights in being centre of attention, loving the crowds. He particularly excels when under floodlights!


​He achievements to date are as follows :-


2018

Irish Draught Horse Society GB National Breed Show : Arena UK

          *  National Champion Yearling Irish Draught Sport Horse 2018

          *  National Irish Sport Horse Youngstock Reserve Champion where the Judge stated "that... is a thing of beauty!"


2017


BEF Futurity : Vale View

  • Highest Score Show Jumping Foal and a Higher First Premium of 8.63% with the comments "a very attractive well                         grown foal who really fills the eye". 
  • Finished joint 9th Nationwide in the Show Jumping Foal section​
  • Finished joint 12th Nationwide in all ages combined in the Show Jumping section​


​Great Yorkshire Show 2017

​           2nd - Irish Draught Pure or Partbred colt or filly foal


​Irish Draught Horse Society (GB) - National Breed Show

  • ​1st - Irish Draught Sport Horse Colt or Filly Foal
  • ​Irish Draught Sport Horse Youngstock Champion 201


​British Show Horse Association Hunter Championship Show 

  • ​1st - Irish Draught Pure or Part Bred Colt or Filly Foal
  • Reserve Youngstock Champion


Draco​ is a hugely exciting prospect for the future. We are extremely lucky that his owner is allowing him to stay with us to be produced for the show ring until 4yrs of age when he will go into show jumping training.  


Definitely a "one to watch!"  - he already had a write up in the Horse & Hound at the tender age of 3 months!