Meet The Team
Regal Diamond Days
Light across the ground with the grace of a ballet dancer, Squirrel made her debut in official Prelim and Novice classes in 2018 with great scores and some memorable performances, 2019 saw her as Novice and Elementary Champion. She is by Dancier and out of Regal London Night.
Regal Quiet My Heart
Eden is the team newby, she will compete in Preliminary classes in 2020. Eden is an ET twin by Quaterback and out of the Londonderry mare Regal London Night.
Regal Donna Ferrera
Donna is a mesmerising horse to watch with her amazing paces and easy ridability, she has quite a fan club of those that know her. Donna was Hanoverian Mare Performance tested with excellent marks for all three paces, she continues this with dressage scores to wow that won the 2016 Spin Memorial Queensland Newcomer Dressage Horse of the Year and selection on the 2017 Queensland Dressage Talent Squad. Donna is by Don Frederico and out of the Pommery mare Regal Perfection in Motion.
Regal London Night
One of the sweetest horses on the planet, Fox captivates with her beauty as well as movement that has been described as having the stealth of a cat. She competes at Elementary Medium level. Fox is by Londonderry and out of the Rotspon mare Regal Rendezvous.
Hollands Bend Her Highness
Our only purchase of a horse from another stud in a very long time, Ebony captivates with her big paces and old soul character. An ET foal by the legendary His Highness (IFS) and out of the imported mare Rocaille (Rubinero/Coco ). Ebony has competed with Andrew this year at preliminary level, their future together looks exciting.
Regal Dolce Vita
Dash is owned by Kelly Deakin and is occasionally on loan to the Regal Warmblood Stud competitive team, competing Novice Elementary at present and training much higher at home with an extremely pleasing willingness to learn. Dash is by the immortal De Niro and out of the Wolkenstein II mare Regal Waltz Time, she is a 3/4 sister in blood to the Olympic gold medallist Desperados. She herself placed second in her Hanoverian Mare Performance Test that year.