Bill Noble Clinic Feb 18th

3pm or 8pm only times left !!! Please call on 0274 625 974 or email rosemary@swedishwarmblood.co.nz for more details. All levels welcome.

AMDG Dressage April 14th 2013

Manuka Magni and Manuka Meilekke went well today. We were very pleased with both their performances and they were both relaxed and enjoyed the atmosphere. Today was Meilekke’s first competition in Novice. She went very well and we are very pleased with her progress both at home and out in a competition atmosphere. She is […]

Equine Dental Day

Preston Brown Equine dentist spent time with us this afternoon doing some routine dental work on the young horses. Thanks Preston – Great job and hopefully we might score some extra points over the weekend.  

Feedback from Sweden

Feedback from Sara: I stayed at Manuka Sport Horses during 1 month and it was an absolutely amazing, experience. Rose and Craig are both super nice and welcoming, such excellent hosts. You stay in your own private loft apartment with bathroom on top of the barn which is very cosy and comfortable with a great […]

Feedback from Sweden

Feedback from Sonja: Always a place to come back to ! Rosemary and Craig are really lovely and I enjoyed my stay with them very much! It is definately a place to where I would always love to come back one day! I’ve been for two weeks with them and my tasks were basically feeding […]

NZWBA Classification Tour 2013

MANUKA MEILEKKE (DOB 10/2/2007) Sire: Moschinno Dam: Miranda Classified and has also gained entry into the New Zealand Warmblood Association Stud Registry.  

The Swedish Warmblood Breed

http://www.swbgate.com More on the Swedish warmblood breed …well worth a visit to this website About the Swedish Warmblood The Swedish Warmblood is one of the oldest warmblood breeds and has for centuries been bred for riding. The tradition dates back to the 17th century when Sweden was a dominant military power in northern Europe and the […]

When the day is done…..

Home is where the heart is….watch this video for some special moments. https://vimeo.com/59625415  

Au revoir Axelle Pierre

Thank you Axelle for being part of our team and we wish you could have stayed longer in New Zealand.

Videos by John O’Leary – www.horseproblems.com.au

Just common sense and our responsibility. http://www.youtube.com/user/horseproblems/videos?view=0