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Farleaze Lord Prenwyn






Sire: Machno Carwyn

Dam: Follywood Miss Teak

Damsire: Pentrefelin Enfys

Height: 147 cms
Born: 2012
Graded: SPSS; Licensed WPCS
Stud Fee: £400 no vat (plus collection & shipping)
Semen: Fresh/chilled
WFFS result: Has not been supplied to SPSS
Breeder: Claire Moreton
Owner: Claire Moreton
Location: near Stroud, Gloucestershire

This exciting young stallion is a son of the legendary, SPSS Elite graded WPCS Sec D, Machno Carwyn, who was the only pony stallion to ever win 2 FEI Pony European Jumping Championships Individual Gold medals.  With Lord Prenwyn's dam a proven competition pony and Lord Prenwyn having had top 4 placings at BE90 as a 6 year old, he is an excellent choice for those looking to breed jumping ponies.


For more information please see below,  FB: Farleaze Lord Prenwyn or contact Claire Moreton - 07834 765730 or




Machno Carwyn

Carregcoch Bleddyn Cathedine Express Parc Welsh Flyer
Cathedine Welsh Maid


Hengoed Princess Parc Sir Ivor
Hengoed Mattie


Machno Ceridwen Tylan Danny Nebo Daniel
Derwen Victoria


Hilin Wendy Hever Omega
Hilin Wenora


Follywood Miss Teak Pentrefelin Enfys Pentrefelin Taliesin Nebo Prince
Ashbourne Mari Llwyd


Llanarth Mirain Llanarth True Briton
Llanarth Mair


Gramblin Autumn Harvest Penclose Welsh Monarch Tynged Calon Lan
Penclose Rosyn


Penclose Brenhines Ty'r Capel Comet
Penclose Rhian


SPSS Elite graded Machno Carwyn was the best show-jumping pony stallion in Europe, and probably in the whole world in his time. He was the only pony stallion ever to have won a gold medal at the European Showjumping Championships, which he won twice (2000 & 2001) and was also once 4th ridden by a young boy of 12. He is also the only pony stallion ever to win the Swiss National Championships, which he has won 4 times and once the bronze medal. 


Since the beginning of his sport career in 1997, Machno Carwyn was been placed more than 220 times in official competitions, approximately 140 times in international CSIP/CSIOP, winning more than 50 times. He has been placed more than 25 times in international Grand Prix of which he won 7. He has more than 14,000 Swiss francs in official winnings (an international Grand Prix counts as 150 Swiss francs, so it just goes to show how much he has won).  An eye accident in 2004 curtailed his competing that season and he was then retired to focus on his stud career.  He has been used extensively in mainland Europe, with over 500 progeny born in France, mostly crosses with Poney Fracais de Selle mares, and 120 of them qualified for the French Young Pony Finals.  He was licensed by the Rheinisches Pferdesammbuch in Germany and


His sire,  SPSS Elite graded Carregcoch Bleddyn was BEF Leading sire of Performance Ponies of the UK in 2005. He is a registered Section D stallion and came from the very best of proven Welsh blood - renowned for their versatility worldwide. He had magnificent loose paces, with powerful leverage in his hocks which gave him excellent uphill movement along with superb jumping ability. Hia sound fundament, correct conformation and adorable temperament, together with intelligence, elasticity and carefulness made him a top class sports horse/ pony sire.

His dam, Machno Ceridwen, combines the very best of Welsh Sec B and D blood.  On the Sec B side of her breeding; she carries 2 crosses of Downland Chevalier, 2 crosses of Solway Master Bronze.  Her dam, Hillin Wendy, had Keston Royal Occasion as a grand sire and descends from the famous Hillin Wennol dam lines.

His damsire, Tylan Danny, was a son of the famous Nebo Daniel and Derwen Victoria cross.  These bloodlines have produced European Championship team ponies and noted stallions. Triton, a grading winner with descendants on the German European Championship team (eventing, show-jumping and dressage) and Manitu N, Britain's most successful dressage pony stallion, all share at least 2 crosses of Pentre Eiddwen Comet.



Lord Prenwyn is out of the 2009 Top Welsh Sec D Pony Performance Points Mare, Follywood Miss Teak (by Pentrefelin Enfys). In 2 short seasons "Tikka"  gained 146 British Dressage points, winning the Prelim Regional Championships at Addington then placing 7th (and best British Bred) at the 2008 BD National Championships.  In 2009, Miss Teak won the Petplan Elementary Area Festival at Pencoed and the Riding Club (RC) Novice Regional Qualifier.   She also qualified for the BD combined training Prelim & Novice finals. 


Miss Teak also evented and she won the equivalent of over 100 British Eventing (BE) Foundation Points (FP).  Miss Teak won three BE90/Intro Regional Finals (RF) and placed 4th at a BE100 RF, qualifying in both and being placed at the Grassroots Championships in 2008. Miss Teak also won the Pony Club (PC) Area Open Horse Trials (3’6”) (HC as rider too old), won and placed BSJA Novice and Discovery against horses and is a wonderful PC, RC and hunting all-rounder.


Tikka graded into the SPSS Head Stud Book SPSS in 2011 when 5 months in foal (with Woody).



Pentrefelin Enfys had a succesful showing career, including winning the ridden M&M Welsh Section D class at the Hickstead Derby Meeting in 2007 before going on to compete in his breed section of the 2007 Horse of the Year Show Mountain & Moorland Pony of The Year. 


His sire, Pentrefelin Taliesin, has 22 progeny in France and a good number have proved successful in jumping classes




Even as a foal Lord Prenwyn (aka Woody) showed great presence, lovely active movement and good conformation, gaining a Futurity 1st Premium (Eventing) at the Hartpury BEF Futurity when he was 9 weeks old.


Woody started his BE career in 2018 and completed all 5 of his events with no XC faults and finished in the top 10 in 3 of them.  


In 2019, he had time out of eventing to focus on dressage , including scoring 70%+ and 71%+ (prelim and novice) and going home having placed 1st and 3rd in a large and competitive class and with really pleasing comments from the judge.  He did also compete at the  Barbury International Horse Trials tin the 90cm Eventers Challenge. A couple of green moments over the show jumps, when jumping towards one particularly large 100 XC fence, meant he had two unlucky poles, but he flew the rest of the course and all the XC fences with confidence.  Overall, he finished 12th out of 45 - and 25 of the starters either retired or were eliminated so the course had caused no end of problems.  A month later, he showed how much he had learnt and did a beautiful double clear at The Festival of British Eventing Dodson and Horrell Eventers Challenge to finish 5th out of 48 - if he'd just been about a second slower (they got time penalties for being too speedy) would have meant winning - which impressive when he was the smallest in the class.  Then he was immaculately behaved (as usual) in his first ever mounted prize giving.  Claire and Woody also represented their Riding Club in the Blenheim International Horse Trials Riding Club Arena Eventing 2019, going clear and getting the 6th best style marks out of 130 entries in the 90cm, again one of the smallest there.

Morgan & Woody's first jumping session together

In August 2019, Woody started to be ridden by 13 year old Morgan and they flew around a 1m SJ course on only their second session together.  Then, in September they did the ISODE at Swailcliffe. This was a significant question for such a new partnership, but with lots of training and a combined training win the previous week, Woody's owner and trainer, Claire Moreton, was confident they would perform well - and they did!! Leading their section after the dressage, a clear showjumping round saw them going into the cross country in a very strong position. Claire hadn’t intended for Woody to event at all that season so although he was fit, he’d not done the level of canter work she would normally put in for eventing. So the hills and the heat just took it out of this little boy, but they jumped a fantastic clear over a course that demanded respect to finish 5th and qualify for the National Schools championships!! Claire was said after that she was "so super proud of this partnership and the maturity which Morgan rode a tiring pony round the XC, and how Woody is really taking being a teenager’s pony in his stride".  Sadly the School Championships was cancelled twice due to the weather and then abandoned so they didn't get to compete there.


Covid-19 has obviously curtailed the 2020 season to date.


Offspring/Breeding Advice

2020 is his first season at public stud but his breeders used him on a thoroughbred mare last year and are delighted with his first foal (see below).



Farleaze Lord Beauregard

This colt is the first foal for Claire Moreton’s talented homebred Welsh Cob eventing pony and as his dam, Violet Beauregarde (Captain Gerrard x Acclamation) is a pony-sized racehorse, he too has to be an exciting eventing prospect. Photo: Claire Moreton





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