Future Inspiration

Key data

Stable Name: Jack
DOB: 2010
Height: 16.3hh 

Fleetwater Opposition x The Outlaw


Future Inspiration’s breeding combines a truly stunning Head Stud Book SHB(GB) and multiple Champion Hunter & Sport Horse mare who is dam of our young stallion Future Illusion, with the leading sire of International event horses such as Olympic eventer Summersong, CCI**** horse and European Team Gold Medallist 2009 Opposition Buzz as well as multiple Advanced horses including General Opposition and Swang Ryan, and BE Young Horse Champions Opposition Heracles and Elite Opposition. This breeding is an exact repeat of the one that produced our own young stallion Future Illusion, and Future Inspiriation is a full brother to him.



Date Rider/Handler Venue Class Placing Comment
06/09/11 Mr M Cadman National Hunter Show Hunter Yearling (Colts/Geldings) 1st Won on his showing debut!


Photo Name Sire Sex Year Comment
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Fleetwater Opposition (1977)
Elite Graded Stallion. Individual & Team Gold Medallist at the Junior European Eventing Championships. Sire of Olympic, World & European Eventing Medallst ‘Summersong’. Sire of 5 & 6 Year Old Pavo BE breeding Champion ‘Opposition Heracles’, Advanced Eventer Swang Ryan, and many up and coming young eventers such as Opposition Buzz, Opposition Surprise & Opposition Summertime.
Muschamp Danube (1967)
100 Day Performance tested Trakehner
Isenstein (1964) Hessenstein (1958) Komet (1952)
Sonett (1953)
Isabella Handerfalk
Irene 215
Donauleid von Schimmelhof (1960) (blk) (Dam of Donauwind – sire of Olympic showjumper ‘Abdullah’, and dam sire of Anky van Grunsven’s ‘TCN Partout’) Boris (1956) (blk) Gabriel (G-Sire of the legendary ‘Flaneur’)
Bea 101
Donau von Schimmelhof (1951) Hansakapitan
Donna 831
Opushka (Dam of Pan American Games Showjumping Gold Medallist ‘Date Up’ and Advanced Eventer ‘Fleetwater Oppidan’ amongst others) Oplot Elite Graded Stallion. Champion Showjumper in the Soviet Union – 170cm) Ossian Champion Showjumper in the Soviet Union Pilger (1926)
Ostia (1933)
Oppozitsia Trakehner – records lost during the War
Trakehner – records lost during the War
Pika (Grand-dam of Olympic Showjumper Almox Prints J, and paternal half-sister to Olympic Dressage stallion Pepel) Piligrim (1944) Elite Graded Stallion. Pythagoras (1927)
Corinna (1936) Ararad (1921)
Coralle (1920)
Future Illicit Affair
SHB(GB) Head Stud Book.
Champion Sporthorse Broodmare – National Hunter Show 2005
Champion Hunter Broodmare – Suffolk County Show 2007
Dam of the stallion “Future Illusion” – Champion Sire of Eventers (BEF Futurity 2009)
The Outlaw Sire of Intermediate eventer ‘Opal II’ and County Show Winner ‘Tiger Lily’ Criminal Law (1987) blk/br 16.3hh HIS Premium Stallion Law Society (1982) dkb/br Champion 2 yr old. Champion 3 yr old. Alleged (1974) b 16.1hh Won Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe TWICE. Champion 2 yr old colt in England & France 1977. Champion Older Male in France 1978
Bold Bikini (1969) b
Indian Maid (1969) br Astec (1964) b Winner of French Derby
Currarevagh (1957) b
Demon Spring blk Dam of Grade A Showjumper ‘Inspiration’ winner of amateur Grand Prix at Towerlands in 2000 and member of the Gold Medal winning English team Demonstrator (1981) blk Grand Prix Dressage Stallion Dynamo (1974) dkb/br
Pippa (1967) blk
Mainspring Champion at theThree Counties Skippy (1974) ch 17hh Grade A Showjumper
Elle Vara
Classic Fayre Dam of 5 Year Old Novice Eventer & Pavo BE Breeding Championship Qualifier ‘Future Promise Brianston Zipper Winner of the Fortnam & Mason H’Cap at Ascot. (Sire of 4 stallions – Rudge Spirit, Shining Spirit, Brianston Moor & Brianston Spirit) The Brianstan (1976) br Winner of 8 races Kings Leap (1959) Broke 6f track record at Windsor. Grand-Sire of the Advanced Event Stallion Mill Law
Sissi (1953) Champion Race Mare
Zip Flip Bleep Bleep(1956) b Winner of 7 races including King George Stakes
Rio Rita
Copper Fair Fair Gledhill(1954) ch HIS Premium Stallion. Sire of ‘Fair Change’ HOYS Hack of the Year in 1984 Fair Seller (1946) b Won Ayr Gold Cup. Winner of 18 races
Proud Link (1946)
Copper Plate II
Dam of 4 winners:
Culm Valley – 9 races, River Culm – 4, Culm Port -1, Culm Sovereign – 1
Spiritus (1946) Sire of ‘Master Spiritus’ who produced Ginny Elliot’s ‘Master Craftsman’ and Advanced eventer ‘Elektra Spiritus’
Fonteray Won a number of Point to Points. (by Cheltenham Gold Cup winner ‘Fortina‘)


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