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Georgian Arabians in the heart of the West Country of England is home to some of the finest World Class Arabian horses.

GEORGIAN ARABIANS CHAMPIONSHIP TITLES INCLUDE  - 20 BRITISH NATIONAL CHAMPIONS CHAMPION STALLION "HOYS"  RESERVE SUPREME CHAMPION "HOYS" - WORLD EURPOEAN CHAMPION RIDDEN......

Owner/breeder Susan George known for an illustrious International film career, has been a horse lover practically all her life and Georgian Arabians clients come from all parts of the globe to see the results of her visionary 21 year breeding program.

 

For breeding - sales - leasing and all other enquiries please feel free to contact us

00 44 1398 371270 or email info@georgianarabians.com   

* We welcome visitors by appointment. 

SG Imagine

British National Champion Stallion 2012

by WH Justice out of SG Hessta Shaklana

 

 

Enigmatic World Champion stallion ESSTEEM, took up residency at Georgian Arabians for two years, to become cornerstone of an influential breeding program producing a core of powerful well structured mares. Susan's vision was then to find the ultimate, (refined in type, stallion) to breed them with and along came WH JUSTICE.

The combination of this exquisite stallion and homebred ESSTEEM daughter, SG HESSTA SHAKLANA produced stallion SG IMAGINE. Who among other titles was awarded the United Kingdoms most prestigeous prize BRITISH NATIONAL CHAMPION STALLION in 2012. 

SG Imagine's first foal crop were all awsomely impressive fillies and in 2014 black daughter SG VIENNA IMAGE, joined the presigious line up of BRITISH NATIONAL CHAMPIONS.

SUSAN & SG VIENNA IMAGE 

 

 
  
 
Susan George has a film following through out the world but its clear that her energy and infectious passion for the Arabian breed, these days, is her driving force and anyone who is lucky enough to have a personal introduction to her Georgian Arabian horses, with out doubt leaves the stud farm an enthused convertee. Below she describes her feelings for the Arabian purebred.... 
 

"Undeniably, the Arabian horse is a beauteous creature but they are so very much more.They have a powerful presence that once seen, you will never forget. Flying like the wind in effortless motion, tail over their backs and head held high, they have breathtaking spirit and perform not only for those mesmerised by the sight, but also for their own pleasure.

The Arabian horse is often described as temperamental and highly strung, a total misconception of their incredible character and above all intelligence. They have sharp and sensitive minds and need a trainer/owner who understands that they will always be one step ahead of the game.. 

The athletic ability of the Arabian horse is boundless and the value of them in the performance arena unquestionable, yet this fact remains relatively undiscovered in the minds of those outside of our own industry.The shame of it is, that there is a whole world out there of equine enthusiasts, who have no idea just what they are missing.

."What I would say to all is; Please dont judge the Arabian horse on what you have heard, come to Georgian Arabians and experience their magic, see for yourself.... 

As a partner at work and at play they are loyal and trustworthy and will go to the ends of the earth for you.The best of family the best of friends

 

 

"For a breeder fillies are always the desirable ask when the foals start to arrive," says Susan. "However, when that exceptional colt is born, all eyes are alight for the possibilities - SG Imagine was one such colt." Seen here at just one week old SG Imagine and dam SG Hessta Shaklana  

 

 

 

Susan and Simon

She describes as her one in a million husband! 

In the year 2010 Susan lost her beloved husband Simon MacCorkindale after a seven year battle with cancer and in 2016 launched a charity in his name Lastinglife.org.uk 

In life they were the perfect couple and all who knew them touched by their spirit and extraordinary love for one another. Adventurers, pioneers, believers - they were a dynamic duo. Susan continues to build on the plans and dreams they had once shared and the success of Georgian Arabians she says, is born out of Simon’s passion, courage, strength and tenacity with out whom none of it would have been achievable.  

 

 

 

Triple Crown Champion - Essteem

 The Cornerstone of a remarkable breeding programme

 

British National Sire of the year 2004. 


In the year 2000 Georgian Arabians welcomed the arrival of charismatic Triple Crown Champion ESSTEEM to the United Kingdom and the stud farm. In residence for two years, his time there had a profound influence on the breeding programme. He became its cornerstone and his kind and supreme presence was unforgettable in the form of a legacy of exceptional offspring.Susan's love for this enigmatic stallion was absolute. She felt that his superb structure, body and limb would assist in her long term vision of a breeding programme and foundation of substantially made mares.

2004 saw the arrival of the first Georgian Arabian ESSTEEM progeny on the show circuit and yearling colt SG SPIRIT OF ESSTEEM surpassed every expectation that year, when honored with the title of British National Champion Junior Male and Reserve Supreme of the British National Show.

 

 Like father like son 

 

SG Spirit of Essteem

 

British National Junior Male Champion 
British National Reserve Supreme Champion of the Show. British National Reserve Champion and British National Reserve Champion Novice ridden. 

 SG Spirit of Essteem is sire of many successful sport and performance horses and after his amazing ribboned career recently begun a new path, on the worlds endurance stage.

In 2015 his first season, he became a grade one stallion and was awarded two medals and a qualification to open level.His son SG Elegant has this year jus completed an FEI 2 star race,120km at Kings forest and qualified for young horse World Championships in the South of France this September 2016.  

 

 

Georgian Arabians - Breeding for Excellence 

We welcome all visitors to the farm by appointment only.

Stud Farm Tel +44 1398 371187
Email: info@georgianarabians.com
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