Horses for Sale

We are currently down sizing, so if you want to come and see us we have some very nice youngsters available and are open to sensible offers.  Please see details below.

Torpenhow Destiny 5 year old bay mare.

Torpenhow Destiny

Torpenhow Destiny

Just started competing BSJA already has British Dressage points, shows a lots of promise over a fence and could make a top class eventer.

Sire:  Daddy Cool (Don Davidoff/ Calido)
Dam: Torpenhow Dyna Mo (Furstenreich(Florestan/Matador) /Dyna (Cor De Alen/ Divina (Dynamo/Greenhorn))

Torpenhow Furst Chance 4 year old bay gelding.

Torpenhow Furst Chance

Torpenhow Furst Chance

Sire:  Furst Romancier (Fürst Heinrich/Romancier)
Dam: Torpenhow Daydream (Don Primero/Divina (Dynamo/Greenhorn)

Torpenhow Declan 3 year old Bay Gelding

Torpenhow Declan

Torpenhow Declan

Sire:  Decamerone (Diamond Hit/Sandro Hit)
Dam: Torpenhow Daydream (Don Primero/Divina (Dynamo/Greenhorn)

Torpenhow Why At 3 year old Bay Gelding

Torpenhow Why At

Torpenhow Why At

Sire:  Why Me (Lavito/Heartbreaker)
Dam: Divina (Dynamo/Greenhorn (Gotthard/Wendekreis)


The boys have finally gone out for the summer….

Declan has started to behave a lot better now that he’s allowed us to handle him more, and he’s a star at leading now. Steve’s demonstrating how to lead and Declan is being really well behaved, very please with his behaviour today he was really good, when being taken to his new field.

Torpenhow Declan  Leading

Why At, Declan and Chance

Well we’ve finally turned the boys out for the summer. From the left the uncle 2 year old Why At with his nephews, brothers 2 year old Declan and then 3 year old Chance.

Torpenhow Solo

OK so spend a week away only to return to find Solo is still running around, convinced now he’s an eventer in the making, hes so bold and quite fast running around, just wait until I add the yearlings to the field in the next few weeks. It’ll be interesting to see what he makes of them.

The grey around his eyes makes his eyes really stand out. Pity he’s going to be grey as he’s a very handsome bay at the moment.

He’ll be looking for a new home in 5 months. Any interest welcome……


Torpenhow Solo

Sire:- Why Me

Dam Sire: Don Primero

Solo meets his family

OK so Aunt Dyna and Grandmother Divina aren’t impressed…..

Solo introduced to the family


Torpenhow Solo

Looks like he’s already faster than his mum, I think this chap may make a good eventer!!

Torpenhow Solo Running

The reaction upon adding his Grandmother and aunt into the field.

Torpenhow Solo

We are pleased to welcome our new arrival Torpenhow Solo born 30/04/2013. He’s going to be another Grey like his sire Why Me


Torpenhow Solo


Torpenhow Solo

Looks like he’s going to be a big chap.

We want your feedback on Intelligent Horsemanship and whether you’d be interested in our next event, we are looking into a 2 day clinic with Paddy Gracey, please complete a survey with your feedback.

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Are you local to Frankby and have a problem loading your horse?

Just thought, I have not got a specific problem with loading any of my horses. If you are local and within easy hacking distance of our yard in Frankby and do have a loading problem we could use your horse on 14th April and let Paddy attempt to resolve your loading issues. This would be at our Intelligent Horsemanship event on 14th April.

Please contact me to discuss details:- Carolyn 07857 555047

Ticket issue

Only just realised there had been a problem with the ticketing for the IH event, my fault I’ve sorted it now so it you have been trying to buy tickets for the IH event ticketing is back on line now, so please try again.

Sorry for any inconvenience.

If you are intending to come please buy tickets in advance if possible it will be cheaper as we are trying to get numbers so there is adequate catering.



Intelligent Horsemanship

A couple of weeks ago we had a visit from Patrick Gracey to help us with a couple of training issues, we’ve been having with a couple of youngsters. Spookily enough the youngsters are all out of Daisy, one of our mares that has been an over protective mother. It seems that her protection of her foals has left the youngsters with a suspicious attitude towards humans. I proposed to see if we can improve the relationship with these youngsters and other horses with the use of Intelligent Horsemanship.

The affect Paddy had on one of the 2 year olds Declan was amazing, OK Declans attitude hasn’t completely reformed yet, it’s not going to be an overnight thing, but it’s obvious the handling had some affect. Declan accepted 4 or 5 of us in the stable at the same time, all stroking him, and Declan didn’t get stressed . When Paddy left Declan started putting his head out of the stable window for the very first time, he usually kept away from looking out as people are outside. Following Paddy’s instructions I can now get the head collar on Declan without any stress and he’s started getting a lot happier with people.

So following on from this we’ve invited Paddy to come again, this time for a day. To help cover the costs we are allowing other people to join us on 14th April. See for details…

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