We are very
pleased with Glory, who has many of the
characteristics of her sire, Rotspon. He is a
son of one of the top dressage sires, Rubinstein
I. Rotspon won his stallion performance test in
1998 and is renowned for his great rideability,
outstanding movement and ability for dressage.
Many of his youngstock has been successful in
the show ring both in the UK and Germany.
Glory has an elegant neck and long sloping
shoulder coupled with elastic movement. We have
high hopes for Glory in the future as a
broodmare. She has size and bone that is lacking
in many modern sports horses. Glory has been
Glory had her first foal this year. Now six, it
seems to have taken a long time to get this
foal, but Murphy, born on St Patrick’s day, was
worth the wait. We always said Glory would make
a lovely broodmare, and this year she has
matured, and proved she can breed an exceptional
The foal, Tynyfid Murphy’s Law is by the Dutch
bred stallion, Libro, who is graded with SHB(GB).
Murphy is rather flashy, and is going to be a
big boy. Glory is 16.2hh, and Murphy looks like
he will be bigger.
Murphy is an exceptionally easy foal to do. He’s
cheeky, as you would expect from a colt, but so
good to handle.
He was awarded a First Premium for showjumping
at the BEF Futurity Awards grading at Triley,
earning a nine for his temperament and attitude
and a nine for his frame.
He is now for sale, and Glory is in foal to the
recently deceased Hanovarian stallion, Medoc.