Where have the ponies gone and what are they doing?


    We are sorry to hear of the death of Albi Charman-Ord August 2012 as we knew him for over 40 years and he always attended our Highland Open days as well as showing his own Highlands, some of which were here at Brownbread Stud occasionally.

We attended his funeral on the 22nd August 2012 at Halstead Chrch.  A sad loss of a very intelligent man who loved animals.

Birth

Chamois had a colt foal Mar '08. pics below.  All went well as usual.  Was mouse dun and called Brownbread Duncan.  He is now doing well in the show ring.


 

Brownbread  Chamois, South of England Champion


Brownbread Chameau by Claymore Tommy out of Garthwin Queen Ann

with her owner Margaret Reader.


Brownbread Raven  owned by Jaquie Liddell

This is a true example of a Highland at its best trained superbly by his owner Jaquie.  The all-round strength and versatility is clearly epitomised in the following photo's taken recently.




Below is Brownbread Duncan, on the left and Mary Mouse as foals.


"Brownbread Poppy" goes hunting with the E Sussex & Romney Marsh Hunt on Boxing Day 2004, with owner Mary mounted.

 

 

"Brownbread Saxon", trots out at his new home.

 

 

Brownbread Thistle came second at the Heathfield Show.



Brownbread Tabitha came second at the Edenbridge & Oxted Show in 2006 and then went on to come 1st at the Heathfield Show in 2007



News from Switzerland

Michelle has started the first Highland Pony Stud in Switzerland, called, "Redhorse"; starting with five brood mares that either came from Brownbread Stud or were purchased  by us on her behalf.  She is awaiting the arrival of the yellow dun stallion, "Tully of Sma Glen" which Brownbread also found for her.  We have been lucky enough to have loan of him provisionally while he was waiting for shipment.

The mares were sent over all in foal and now some of them have been born

Michelle has now got four foals born, as seen below;


This is "Joybells" learning football in Switzerland

"Jimmy" looks out on his new Swiss world

Caruso, a colt, is jet black

we are waiting for a picture of Mia, the new filly!