Brendon Hill Stallions

Priceless, world Champion and Olympic medallist

Priceless, Olympic medallist


Priceless at Los Angeles Olympics


Walter, Grand Prix dressage horse
 

PRICELESS
( by Ben Faerie out of Reckless)


Priceless was undoubtedly the best horse ever bred at Brendon Hill.

Facts:

Priceless' outstanding achievements
1980 Burghley - 6th
1981 Badminton - 8th
1981 Horsens European Championships - 6th (team gold)
1982 Badminton - 4th
1982 Luhmuhlen World Championships - 7th  (team gold)
1983 Burghley - 1st
1984 Los Angeles Olympics - bronze individual  (team silver)
1985 Badminton - 1st
1985 Burghley - European Championships gold (team gold)
1986 Gawler - World Championships  gold (team gold)

Priceless:
Jumped clear across country in every three day event he competed.
Never had a stop in the whole of his career.
Held both World and European team and individual titles concurrently.
Was never out of the first twelve in any three day event.

Comments:
"Partnerships like that usually happen once in a lifetime"
Lucinda Green

"He's never stopped at a jump, which is quite remarkable. He's one of the all time greats"
Richard Meade

NIGHT CAP
(by Ben Faerie) bred by John Chapple

Another outstanding International event horse by Ben Faerie.
1981 Burghley - 3rd
1982 Burghley - 5th
1983 Badminton - 11th
1983 Chatsworth - 1st
1984 Burghley - 1st
1985 Badminton - 3rd
1986 Badminton - 4th
1986 Bialy Bor - 1st
1987 Luhmuhlen - 1st

WALK ON STAR ( by Ben Faerie out of Mystery Spirit) bred by Nick & Barbara Walkinshaw
Voted best British bred event horse in 2003
2002 Bramham - 1st
2003 Saumur - 1st
2003 Punchestown European Championships individual bronze (team gold)

SIR TOBY (by Its Without Doubt) competed for Germany in the Sydney Olympic Team

DOUBTLESS WILLIAM (by Its Without Doubt) a very successful 4* event horse

SPIRIT OF MAE (by Its Without Doubt) another successful advanced mare

WALTER (by Its Without Doubt out of a Shire mare) ridden to Grand Prix level by Carol Parsons