About the Competition Stallion Guide -
In print & online in 2018 - the 6th Edition

Introduction -

Competition Stallions is managed by HorseIT Ltd, an established
online and marketing equestrian business in the UK since 1999.
HorseIT runs the online equestrian portal www.HorseIT.com &
the online equestrian directory, www.Equibusiness.com HorseIT
printed the equestrian directory, Equibusiness.com in an A5
publication which sold over 12,000 copies. Jane Skepper, the Director
of HorseIT, is also a published author of ‘Your Mare’s First Foal’, a
qualified AI Technician and runs the Heritage Coast Stud standing
stallions at stud and operating a DEFRA EU Approved Stallion AI
Training & Collection Facility in East Anglia.

‘Having bred flat race horses since 1976, where the TB Industry is
well supplied with Stallion Guides. When we diverted the stud into
breeding endurance and competition horses in 1989, we were
amazed that there was no comprehensive Stallion Guide
to inform mare owners of what stallions were available.
Now, with the common use of AI, there is even more of
an importance to have a fully inclusive Stallion Guide offering
stallions throughout Europe the chance to receive mares.’

Where is it seen & distributed -  

With 4,500 copies printed, the Competition Stallion Guide is a quality
publication that as well as being available online, was distributed at
all major breeding events throughout 2017 including:-

The Stallion showcase, British Stallion Event, BEF Futurity Events throughout the UK, All Major Competition Horse Sales, Other Breeding and high profile events. The 2018 Edition will be distributed at the same locations and some new ones including Stallion Parades at the major events.

More Information on the Competition Stallions 2018 Guide -  

The Competition Stallions Guide provides high quality information on particular breeding information alongside detailed stallion information to enable mare owners to see what stallions are available at stud and be able to make a considered decision as to which stallions they want to follow up to compliment their mares.

It was decided early on that all Stallions listed should be either formally Graded or be Approved either by their own competition record or that of their progeny. It is important to note that Competition Stallions is not a Stud Book. So we have relied upon Stallion owners providing correct information. We hope to develop further relationships with the various Grading Studbooks as the years progress to be sure to include all Graded or Approved Stallions in some form or another. All Stallions have an indication as to which discipline their owners deem them most suited.

So if you are looking for a Dressage stallion, Endurance stallion, Eventing stallion, Showjumping stallion or Sports Pony Stallion they are easy to identify.

 


Previous Issues -
  

The Competition Stallions Guide was first printed in 2012. Since then we have continued with our user friendly standardized format and distinctive colourscheme, other than the first and 2017 Golden Issue, to celebrate Big Star's Olympic showjumping win.

   
 

 


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