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Anne Brown welcomes you to Gadebrook Arabian Stud. We raise pure-bred (mainly Crabbet) performance Arabian horses for racing and endurance based on pure Crabbet mares from Australia.

We have been home over the years to top Arabian stallions: Racing superstar Sambist (below), World Endurance Champion Hachim (left), and Performance Horse Awards overall champion, Binley Prince Salim. We represent the US winner of the first WAHO trophy and multi-talented Remington Steele*++ and also the Australian Crabbet show-winner MillPark Blaidd, both by frozen semen.

 
Established 1969
     
  Gadebrook stud is located near Oundle, Peterborough in Northamptonshire, 75 miles north of London, England.
Gadebrook resume 2016 click HERE. Gadebrook poster click HERE
 
 
 

Horses for sale

Gadebrook offers these horses for sale:

2-year old gelding Shiraaz
by National Champion Aazari
&
FEI*** endurance mare Kalish
by AHS Premium stallion Crystal Magic

   

(left) 2018 Crabbet colt foal ‘Gadebrook Blade’ by MillPark Blaidd x Palma Benay. Click photo for more info and larger photos

 

Anne's year as Hon President of the Arab Horse Society April 2014 - April 2015, click HERE.

 

 

Last updated Dec 2018
E-mail me at: anne@gadebrookstud.com

       


Gadebrook pure-Crabbet guys in summer 2018 - bay 3-yr old Shaarif & grey 2-yr old Hadiya

 


Anne with yearling gelding Shiraaz in 2017

 
       
AHS Centenary Celebrations
'Centenary' book EventsParade

Anne is 'Featured Partner' on top US Arab show and sport horse breeder, Patti Bailey, website, view HERE

 

Sambist, winning at Goodwood 1994
An iconic photo of Sambist winning the UK Long-Distance Championship at Goodwood in 1994, for the second time, ridden by Colin Jenkins. Photo: Judith Ratcliffe. View enlarged

     
 



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  2018    
       
  Anne is proud to have won the Arab Horse Society 'Breeder of the Year' award for 2018.    
       
 

Gadebrook's racing supremo Sambist (deceased 2014) won the AHS 'Arabian Racing Sire of the Year' award in 2018 for an unprecedented 13th time in 15 years.
Sambist appears on the cover of the AHS Centenary Premium Performance Scheme commemorative book of stallions, and his genome sequence features in the Centenary exhibition and on the back cover of the Centenary book. He was the first Arabian in the world to have his genes identified. A limited amount of frozen semen is available to approved mares.

 
       
  Two Gadebrook Endurance horses have proved themselves again in 2018, pure Crabbet gelding Kaalif coming 2nd nationally in the Silver section of the BEF Futurity Graduates Awards for 7 to 10-year olds, ridden by Anja Ward with 953 points, and the Sambist son, Samba B winning the Bronze section for 6-year olds, with owner Sarah O’Neill. Congratulations to both riders!  
       
  Binley Prince Salim's grey pure Crabbet son Hadiya (out of Australian mare Pevensey Zariffia) born 2016, is retained for future stud duties and will be shown in-hand in 2019  
       
 

The chestnut 'pocket rocket' filly Sameera (2016), (left in photo), pure Russian Arabian with a top racing pedigree on both sides, by Vadeer x Samska by Sambist. This ultra energetic filly is for sale to a top competition home.

Hadiya's chestnut Crabbet half-sister Mazaria (right in photo) by Marbon Masadi (now in Germany), born 2014 out of the bay Australian Crabbet mare Pevensey Zariffia, has been covered by AHS Premium stallion Crystal Magic (bred at Gadebrook) for a 2019 foal.

 
       
  Kalish (2004) by AHS Premium stallion Crystal Magic now FEI** endurance mare, and took Rebecca Parsler to 2nd place Nationally in the Pony Club Endurance Championships last October. They are proud to have been selected for the AHS Centenary Arabian Performance Horse Parade in Newmarket on 28 April 2018.  
       
  Gadebrook chosen to represent elegant bay Australian pure Crabbet stallion MillPark Blaidd (2006) in the UK by owner/breeder Shirley Douglas Grieg. Frozen semen stored at West Kington Stud for proven mares under 13.  
       
 

Imported bay pure Crabbet mare Palma Benay (2005) produced lively chestnut colt Gadebrook Blade' by MillPark Blaidd in June 2018.

 
       
  Grey Crabbet mare Azarina (2007) now at Advanced level endurance, starts her stud career in 2019.  
       
  Susan Hawes competes my gelding Remynisce (born 2007), by the top US long distance champion and Tevis Buckle winner, Remington Steele*++. He is qualified to international FEI*** level. A limited amount of Remington Steele's frozen semen is available to approved mares, stored at West Kington Stud.  
       
  Bay pure Crabbet gelding Kaalif (2010) competes at Advanced level endurance, ridden by Anja Brandt. Winner of one of the 2017 Endurance Futurity Graduate Awards, and the 2017 pure Crabbet Endurance Award.  
       
  Kaalif's bay Crabbet son, Shaarif, born 2015, out of Inshallah Signature is gelded and ready for an active new home.  
       
  Bay gelding Shiraaz, born 2016, by British National Champion Aazari x Inshallah Signature (imported from Australia to Gadebrook in 2012) is showing enormous promise with extravagant movement and flair.  
       
  Gadebrook did especially well at the 2017 Crabbet Endurance Awards in February, and Anne won the Crabbet Endurance Breeder title for results from Remynisce, Kaalif, Kalish and Azarina.
   
       
  Binley Prince Salim is gelded and has been competing in Medium level British Dressage, with over 120 BD points. He won the first BD Arab Dressage Championship for pure Arabians the last October (Elementary) and won the Ridden Crabbet class and came 2nd in the Ridden class at the South East Arab Group Show in April. He is now sold to a Western Riding home.  
       
 

Anne is vice-chairman of the Arab Horse Society Council and chairs the AHS Centenary 2018 committee. She has been heavily involved in raising funds and organising events, including the Performance Horse Parade on 28 April at the National Heritage Centre in Newmarket, the special exhibition "From the Desert to the World" from March to July, also at the National Heritage Centre in Newmarket, and the successful Centenary Marathon in Newmarket on Sunday 7 October. Photo right: The chairman, Joanne Lowe (on right), thanked Anne with a pot of flowers

Anne compiled the fully illustrated AHS "Centenary" book and attended a book-signing in Oundle on Saturday 12 May 2018. It sells for £40 (£35 to AHS members), available from the AHS website.

 
       
  Anne administers the AHS Performance Horse Awards for members and sponsored the 2017 competition. The trophies and individually-named rosettes are presented at the National Championship Show in Malvern each July.  
       
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