TawnyDun Tallula


Stable Name

Lula



Dam

Miss Gauntlette



Sire

Walstead Top of the Morning



Born

2010



BCPS Reg No.

CR02199


TawnyDun Tallula (Lula)
Born 19th July 2010

QUALITY SPORTS FILLY  – RARE DUN CONNEMARA  x TB

Tallula is becoming really special.  She she holds herself proudly and her long striding elevated paces look wonderful – she is so very balanced too! She has lots of bone, a very kind eye and generous nature, with a good length of neck and powerful quarters within a compact body.  These attributes and her ground covering canter will make her power-packed for eventing, and making the harder dressage movements easy to achieve.   
She has been backed and ridden away by Rob Haag and come back ready to continue her education. He liked her go-ahead attitude and said she was a lovely comfortable ride.

Lightly shown in 2012, and she achieved a First Premium and Reserve Highest Score of 8.34 at the BEF Futurity gradings.
She was very rewarding at the Suffolk Show in 2013 doing all that was asked of her – as well as any mature horse at her first County Show.
She has the potential to make a really awesome competition horse for adult or young rider, and has matured to 15.2hh.
She is currently getting ready to event with my daughter.

Retained for competition and breeding.  

Bold and Talented

Lula has always been very bold right from birth – never nervous of people, always wanting to be there and see what is going on, and quite happy to push forward without her dam.   Such boldness will always come out in competition, as it is in her very nature.  

She has such extravagant paces – she is managed to match the considerable length of her dam’s stride for stride!   
She did eventually break into a canter, but you can see the expression in her paces as well as the elevation, even as early as one month old.

Sought-after competition breeding with outstanding Connemara Stallions Tiercel Top Cat & Atlantic Swirl and Walstead Top of the Morning himself has produced excellent competition stock, as well as TB’s Hoarwithy and Quality Fair – both great eventing stallions in their own right.