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Uivador Da Broa

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Cai-Cai das Arcas

6th MCI European Championships 2015

Specialized Trick Training Available at Pen Llyn

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Livery and Training

We take in grass, part and full time stabled liveries, incorporating training or exercising as required, whether you want your horse breaking, kept fit or trained up to a high school level. Training is done in a matter of weeks for a condensed period, or months if preferred. We have a number of clients who have kept their horses with us for many years.

Janine on Zagalote

Not Just LusosGauke Fresian Stallion

Although we specialize in breeding Lusitanos we apply all the same methods used to train them on other breeds such as, Andalusians, Friesian, Lipizzaners, Cobs and even Percherons and Shires.Mercurio




Each horse is evaluated on its own merit and given its own program.

Above: Gauke, Friesian Stallion
Right: Mercurio

Specialised Trick Training

We train specialised moves such as Spanish Walk, Bow, Reverence and Levade to a wide range of horses of different shapes and sizes. Please see our Trick Training page for more details.

Reverence Spanish Walk

"I breed Spanish horses but also teach at secondary school full time so I really needed help so as to bring on my three year old Alhambra. To school youngsters you need consistency and patience. Alhambra has been well handled at home but I wanted her to have a good foundation to her schooling. I would not trust my horses to just anyone. I have seen Janine and her staff train youngsters, they are calm and knowledgable. They love the work they do, they know what they are doing and they have an abundance of patience. My filly started her schooling on the 4th August after the Spanish Show and today on 11th October I had my first ride on her. We walked, trotted, cantered (with another youngster in the school at the same time, Janine's Champion Luso filly Bohemia), did 3 loop serpentines and the beginnings of Leg Yield. Absolutely amazing. My filly ended the lesson as happy as can be and I couldn't stop smiling. I really couldn't expect more. I'm so very pleased with her progress and with how very contented she is. I've seen Jan school many horses. She watches what they are doing and will only move on with something new when she sees that the horse is ready and able to move up a step. If a horse is having trouble with something she will figure out a way to find it easier for it to understand. She know's what she's doing, but will also work hard to increase her own knowledge and understanding. Always, in my opinion, a sign of a good educator, for equines or humans."

Elin McGowan, Llyn Peninsula

Pen Llyn Lusitano Stud, Llaniestyn, Pwllheli, Gwynedd, LL53 8SW
Tel: 01758 730 741 email:


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