Our horses are chosen carefully and are bred according to suitability. Effective breeding of horses is part science, part art, and relies on a good eye which can only be developed through experience. Our horses boast excellent bloodlines with proven ability.

Stallions used must compliment our mares and provide enhanced traits, including good temperament, athleticism, excellent conformation and ability. Good bloodlines are also essential.
14.2hh Welsh Section D (2003). Registered Palomino BPS Vol. X No.097. By the Royal Welsh winner, Danaway Flash Jack, Storm is a real character with flamboyant action and show ring appeal.
Our mares are chosen for their type, temperament, size and athletic ability.
Irish Draught, 17hh, foundation mare of the Dali Stud
Pure Thoroughbred from excellent racing bloodlines, imported from Ireland several years ago.
Our geldings are used for various ridden activities including dressage, show jumping, cross-country, Riding Club activities and showing.
16hh, 9-y-o gelding by the Hanovarian stallion Limbo and out of Maesyfelin Liza, Limbo is a handsome boy, full of charisma with fantastic paces and real show appeal.
Welsh Cob Section D, 15.3hh ridden gelding.
As regular breeders, we have a constant flow of youngstock. Some are kept at stud for breeding purposes and others are sold on to good homes.
Thoroughbred x Welsh. Lovely 4-y-o mare, by Danaway Desert Storm (Sec D) and out of Penny Bright (TB).
Irish Draught x Welsh filly, rising 3-y-o, to make around 15.2hh
Irish Draught x Welsh, rising 2-y-o, Soli is a substantial filly with plenty of bone, good conformation and lovely action.
The Welsh Part-Bred horses and ponies have a minimum of 12.5% registered Welsh cob or pony blood. They offer the versatility of the Welsh Cob with the athleticism and ability of another breed.
We often have youngstock for sale, from foals to three-year-olds...
Thoroughbred x Welsh. Lovely 4-y-o mare, by Danaway Desert Storm (Sec D) and out of Penny Bright (TB).
Super TB x Welsh colt foal by Danaway Desert Storm out of Penny Bright.