Huntingfield Proud Tim RID
Photo - Poulsen Photography

Huntingfield Proud Tim RID
Photo - Cristy Cumberworth

Huntingfield Proud Tim and son
Photo - Cristy Cumberworth

Huntingfield Proud Tim RID

Huntingfield Proud Tim and son

Etta, Granddam of Huntingfield Proud Tim
Etta (Granddam)

Proud Mary, dam of Huntingfield Proud Tim
Proud Mary (dam). Courtesty of Deborah Hughes

Timahoe Heather, sire of Huntingfield Proud Tim
Timahoe Heather (sire). Courtesty of Robin and Margaret Cook

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Huntingfield Proud Tim RID
IDHS GB RID/1010/M/0023
By Timahoe Heather X Proud Mary (Pride of Shaunlara)

17.1 Hands, 10 ¾ in. bone
Stud fee for 2012: $800, includes $200 booking fee
Discounts for multiple mares and RID mares.
Shipped chilled semen available.

Tim provides excellent, old and rare bloodlines to the North American gene pool. He is one of two direct male line descendants of Woodranger , a bloodline that is seen over and over again in the bloodlines of performance horses . Tim also goes back to Woodranger on his dam side via Atlantic Boy, who was also known for producing jumpers.

Tim's sire, Timahoe Heather, was a hunter in England where he had over 400 days as a master's horse in the hunt field. He then disappeared and was not rediscovered until he was 20 years old. He had been a successful breeder of horses for the hunt in Cornwall , but his location was not accessible or known to the Irish Draught community. At age 20, he changed hands and his whereabouts were made known. He stood for only one season before he died. Luckily, he left behind his two RID sons and a number of fillies who went on to become RID mares. He was known for producing wonderful hunters, and he passed on his puppy dog temperament.

Tim has his sire's lovely temperament and is an athletic and powerful horse. Tim began his training in 2003 as an unbacked, breeding , nine year old stallion.

Tim is in training with Hilary and Charlie Carrell of Colts Unlimited in Sheridan, Wyoming . He is ridden by Dusty Craig. He has had a fantastic year eventing and wins admirers wherever he goes with his workmanlike attitude and gentle nature. His progeny are just coming of age and starting to make their mark. Walnut Chase, a 4 year old by Tim, won the Mare of the Future class at the National Irish Draught Show in Ireland . The following week, she went on to win Reserve Champion Mare at the Royal Dublin Show


Photos of Huntingfield Proud Tim's get


Timahoe Heather Glengoole Heather
Kantogher Pride
Glengoole Lady
April Morn April Dandy
Dawn Eclipse
Proud Mary Pride of Shaunlara
Boston Burglar
Etta Atlantic Boy
Monica's Choice