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Elysian Horses at Fieldside Farm Stud in Littleport, near Ely Cambridgehisre is the home of TEMPLE DER KÖNIG and ELYSIAN JASPER, a small group of quality competition/broodmares and their respective youngsters.  Our stud is located at the corner of three counties: Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Suffolk.  We breed and produce quality sports horses for ourselves and others.  The stud was inspired by our much loved stallion, King (Temple Der König). 

I have been privileged to own some amazing horses and meet many wonderful people.  Horses represent a lifetime of learning for me and I am grateful to those who have taken the time to share their knowledge with myself and Laurie.








                                 Caramel and Laurie 2000, Littleport Pony Club Show

This is the pony who started it all, Caramel who unfortunately came to us in quite poor condition.  Laurie and Caramel went on to win many gymkhana events and the Littleport Pony Club trophy for gymkhana on Caramel.  My friend Belinda Neill trained Laurie on ponies and spent many hours teaching me to ride my horse Diamond Silver (pictured below), who I bought from Cambridge Horse Sales.  Belinda and her family own  Lordsbridge Arena at Barton in Cambridge.  

Danny, (known as Robson in his former life), pictured left the day after I bought him, and later (right) Laurie competed on him successfully at Lordsbridge.  Danny turned out to be a successful grade B showjumper in his past life with Yorkshire rider Richard Barton.








John and Laura Renwick kindly invited Laurie to go with them on the Spanish Sunshine Tour in 2007 where through John's training she was successful with many placings and two Small Tour wins on Temple Der Konig's son Man About Town (James), produced by Douglas Harrison.  She was also successfully placed several times on one of the stud mares "Night Mare" (KWPN by Lux, so called because she was born at night we are told!).  I approached John to train Laurie as he had successfully competed on King as a young horse.  Not to mention John and Laura's successful track record.

Friend Douglas Harrison, a showjumper himself, was one of the first to recognise Jasper's superb pedigree and has sent mares to the stud to both of our stallions.  He has a successful stud near Royston in Hertfordshire breeding wonderful stock from extremely well bred mares.   James and Laurie have been very successful together.  James is a true character and stunning horse in his own right.  His dam was Temple So What (D2) who has bred several grade A horses.

Sarah Gibbs, affectionately known as 'Big Bird' to her friends, has been a good friend to Laurie and myself.  Sarah can usually be found at Norton Heath in Essex where Laurie regularly competes.

I hope we make many more equine and human friends along the way.

Yvonne Bartram