Brechfa Cai & Brechfa Brynach
Ridden by Amy Tough & Millie Davies
Brechfa Farm Stud
2018: Another successful year
Brechfa Brynach qualified for R.I. Non-traditional Ridden Coloured Class
Brechfa Cai qualified for the 2019 R.I. Working Hunter
Brechfa Berwyn: Royal Welsh Show: 2-3yr old Sports Horse: 1st and was Group Champion
See Competing for all our results.
Quality sports horses bred for temperament
Founded in 1988, Brechfa Farm Stud’s aim has been to breed quality sports horses – for Working Hunter and Hunter classes; British Eventing; Show Jumping and Sport’s Horse Classes and Team Chasing.
Most of our brood mares have been home bred. Temperament is a key factor when brood mares are bought and is an important quality in the choice of stallions.
Our well-handled youngstock are kept in small herds on our mixed farm in Pembrokeshire. Living on varied terrain they become sure-footed, used to water, other animals, as well as farm machinery and traffic.
Outstanding Showing and Eventing Record
We consistently have a strong presence in the Show Ring, in a range of Sport’s Horse Classes, winning at County level; Qualifying for the Royal Internal and CHAPS Championship Shows; qualifying for HOYS; winning BSJA competitions; and eventing up to CC12* at Blenheim.
2014 saw our home-bred stallion, Brechfa Brynach, win the Supreme Championship at the Royal Welsh Show.
2015 was another amazing year both in the Show Ring and British Eventing. Three of our horses qualified for the 2016 R.I.
2016 started with Brechfa Brynach qualifying for the R.I. at Oakhampton and Champion of the R.I. classes. Brechfa Cai and Brechfa Cynog qualified for HOYS and we have again had a very good show and eventing year (see competing).
2017 was another very good year. Brechfa Brynach qualified for both the R.I. Non-traditional Ridden Coloured class and the Working Hunter class. See competing page to see how well our horses have done.
Selection of youngstock
We always have a selection of youngstock for sale: yearlings to young competition horses. Visits are always welcome and extra information is regularly added to the website.