Cola – Hurstwood Britannia 



Foaled: 5th July 2018 Homebred

Sire: Britannia Royal (Headley Brittania X Royaldix)

Dam: Coco Sullane

Exceptional bay filly with excellent bloodlines.

Hurstwood Britannia is an exciting homebred. We have in mind for the future for her to be produced as a top event horse.

Her sire’s line features Headley Britannia the 15.3 mare who won all three eventing grandslams Badminton 2007, Burghley 2006 and Kentucky 2009. Cola is relatively small in her build very much like her Grand dam Headley Brittania. We are very excited as the format so far is very much like her grand dam she is so well put together and is true quality.

Her dam’s line features grandam full sister to November Night 4* event horse and part of the Irish team ridden by Ciaran Glynn , the pair completed their first Badminton in 2017.


                                                                Royaldik                                Royal Diamond

Sire Britannia Royal                                                                           Herka

                                                                Headley Britannia             Jumbo


                                                                                                                Alans Bambi


                                                               Iroko                                      Pilot



Dam Sullane Coco

                                                            Sullane Kate                         Bonnie Prince


                                                                                                              Coolnalee Kate


Poppy – Hurstwood Party Popper

Foaled: 17th June 2018

A very smart prospect, this homebred filly is by the incredible showjumper Cevin Z who is proving to have sired many successful event and showjumping horses.

Dam Weston Partytime:  Patsy, Novice level eventer, the owner at the time never pushed her to a higher lever,  we believe she could have gone a lot further 

Her dam’s pedigree comes from Weston Justice out of Criminal Law 93.75% TB. Western Justice is an advanced eventer bred from British thoroughbred lines to produce an all round competition horse.

Sire: Cevin Z he is proving a serious producer of talented young horses both in showjumping and eventing. Cevin Z‘s breeding features the outstanding bloodlines for which the Zangersheide Studbook is famous.

Cevin Z was one of the most consistent 6 year olds in the country in 2003 achieving 4th place in the Foxhunter Championships at the Horse of the Year Show. His international winnings totalled £8000.00 when competing at Lisbon, Chantilly and Vimeiro in 2007, with UK wins at both The Surrey County and New Forest Shows. Sadly he passed away in May 2020 was based at the Billy stud owned by William and Pippa Funnel.

Cevin Z Progeny –

Billy The Biz was the winner of Tattersalls CCI**** and competed in the 2016 Rio Olympic games for Team GB eventing.

Billy Tudor He was joint winner of the 4 year old Championship at The All England Jumping Course at Hickstead. He was equal first in the 5 year old classes at the Welsh Masters. He qualified for the Big Star National 6 Year Old Championship.He was clear everyday in the 6 year old championship at Hartpury. He has since been sold to Bourne Hill Stables and ridden by Jane Annett he has progressed to 1.45 World Ranking Grand Prix.

Billy Lemon ridden by Alice Watson was the winner of the prestigious Tom Hudson trophy at Hickstead 2015 and has won numerous 1.45m World Ranking classes.

We have high hopes for this quality filly to become an advanced eventer in the future.


Bonnie – Hurstwood Warrior Princess



SEX: Filly

FOALED: 7th May 2018, Homebred

BREEDING: Sire Philanderer ii (Jumbo) Dam Que Warrior (Warrior X Heartbreaker X Tangelo VD Zuuthoeve)

Bonnie is a brave and inquisitive youngster who has been traditionally bred to event, we plan to keep her here at Hurstwood Farm long term. We have huge hopes for Bonnie becoming a exciting eventer in the future. Huge thanks to all the team at Upper Clayhill Farm Stud and equine vet Simon Staempfli for her safe arrival.

Sire Philanderer II, advanced eventer now ridden by Libby Seed “In 2017, I got a new ride on the stunning black stallion Philanderer II. Philanderer is the son of the famous eventing stallion, Jumbo, and had previously competed up to 3* Level.

Philanderer and I were selected to compete at the Young Rider European Championships in July 2017. I also competed at my first 4*s, at Luhmühlen in June; Burghley in September; and Pau in October, where we finished 33rd with one of only 28 clear X-Country rounds out of 63 starters.

My latest ride is Headley Britannia’s son Britannia Mail, owned by Lucinda Fredericks.”

Dam is Que Warrior, grandsire Jumbo and Warrior. Warrior is a spectacular sire for UK breeders, he has natural flair that enhances his scopey, careful jump; 3 impressive paces and an exemplary temperament. Numerous wins in competition so far up to 1.50m. BSJA winnings £11,864

2007 He competed in British Novice, Discovery and Newcomers.
Qualified Newcomer 2nd rounds.
Winner at the Addington young Horse Championships in the 4 yr old Final.
2008 He jumped 14 double clears in Foxhunter classes, qualifying for 2009 2nd rounds,
Winner of 10 x 5 year old classes including Hickstead, Quainton and Addington.
Selected for an Equine Pathway place.
2009 2nd at Royal Windsor Horse show in B&C with stand in rider!
Winner at Hickstead in 6 year old class.
2nd at Hickstead in Young Horse Championship.
Winner at Addington in Foxhunter 2nd Round qualified HOYS.
2nd at Addington Young horse show.
Winner at Lanaken in 6 year old class [200+ entries!]
2010 Winner in 1.30m now stepping up to 1.40m.

Warrior is a son of Tangelo v/d Zuuthoeve x Heartbreaker, he has competed at the London Olympics and Global Tour shows and is already a superstar; before being sold he won numerous classes here in the UK with Louise Pavitt, Including Hickstead, Royal Windsor, HOYS and RIHS.

Progeny includes:

Wombat  (Brendon Stud, Pyecombe) shows massive scope and is super careful, good paces with a generous length of stride, fantastic type and a great attitude in every way. In 2014 he had multiple wins in age classes including Internationally at Lummen, at Arena UK and the Young Horse Championships at Addington. 2015 saw Rob Whitaker take over the ride and they successfully won the newcomers second round, qualifying for HOYS. They also took the 6 year old Title at Arena UK Festival. 2016 he qualified HOYS in the Talent Seekers with a fantastic win at Hickstead, he then stepped up to compete Internationally and 2017saw him jumping and winning at 5*International shows.

BS 1793 points winnings £25,248. Approved Breeders Elite.



SEX: Bay Mare
FOALED: 2007
HEIGHT: 16hh
SIRE: Country Top Gun
DAM: Oakfields Rococo

Millie has a stunning set of paces inherited from her Dam Coco,who excelled at dressage, working at Advanced Medium. Millie was backed in 2010 and turned away for over a year. Liane then produced Millie as an event horse upto Novice 1* level, which we feel is her maximum potential. She is now on full loan and liveried here at the yard, with a young rider who wishes to start eventing. We feel that Millie is a brilliant horse to show a brave but inexperienced rider the ‘ropes’ at grassroots level eventing (90/100) and make a brilliant all rounder. Millie can be grumpy to handle but is a straight forward fun ride who loves to jump. She is also occasionally used for lessons and hacks here at the farm.

Competitive career: – 68 BE foundation points

– £163 BS winnings

– 18 top 10 placings at BE events up to 100plus

– Double clear at Brightling BE Novice 2015

– Winner of two BS discovery classes

– Qualified for British novice and Discovery second rounds

– Qualified for 1.05m amateur second rounds

– Double clears at Newcomers (1.10m)

– Qualified for multiple unaffiliated dressage championships

Click here to see Millie’s Page



SEX: Coloured Gelding
FOALED: 2008
HEIGHT: 16.1hh
SIRE: Country Lone Ranger
DAM: Oakfields Rococo

William was backed by Liane in October 2011, proving very quick to learn. He worked well in the school and started hacking out with some of our older horses. He quickly picked up the basic aids and was jumping a small course after just 3 weeks under saddle – he showed a really natural and careful technique over fences at this early stage.He was then turned away to give him some time to mature. In late 2012 we brought him back into work and he started his eventing career in the spring of 2013. Unfortunately for various circumstances (rider injury, abandonments, etc) he hardly competed at all for the rest of the season. In 2014 he has been able to have a much more productive season so far and has truly excelled! His natural scope with his jumping had ensured he has not been outside the top 5 in BE classes this year, with 2 wins under his belt already in his short career.Click here to see William’s progress