Stud Tommelberg is located in the north of Antwerp, in a small village called Loenhout. We are near the Dutch border, an hour's drive from Sentower Park, Azelhof and Eindhoven,  and easily accessible via the E19.

We are a young, small-scale breeding farm where between 4 and 7 foals are born every year. Our goal is to breed healthy, high-quality show jumpers. We use mares from Belgian, Dutch and French bloodlines.

Our foals can grow up at home in a large green environment. When they are 3 years old, some of them are first used in our breedingprogram before being prepared for a career in showjumping

Occasionally we participate at a freejump contest or foal championship with our youngsters. In the Antwerp Foal Championship our foals were placed in 2014 (2nd place), 2015 (4th place), 2018 (3rd place). On the Z-festival in 2019 our colt, Amadeo T, was placed ex-aecquo first. In the freejump contest of BWP Hoogstraten 2020 our 3 yo mare, Rihanna T, was placed 2nd.

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Yesterday our 3 year old stallion Arthur participated on the third (and second last) performancetest for studbook NRPS.

First Arthur had to show his progress under the saddle of his daily rider, Robin van Thillo of Protea Stables. For the next part guest rider Rianne Nalis took place in the saddle to test his rideability, talent, willingness to work and balance.

Arthur behaved excellent, jumping some beautiful rounds with both riders. He recieved very good points among other on galop, will to perform and

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Spitfire V x Diamant de Semilly

Chopano x Q. Breitling LS

Taloubet Z x Andiamo
Caribis Z x Numero Uno
Ermitage Kalone x Cornet Obolensky

Nacho x Everdale

Three out of the seven foals born at our stable this year have found a new owner.

Filly Carlotta (Cicero Z x Andiamo) will move on under the Canadian flag. Cezar (Colorit Z x Numero Uno) has found a new owner in Belgium. Our last born foal, Alison (Aganix du Seigneur x Cornet Obolensky), will head over to Germany in a few weeks.

We are very happy our foals will go to places where they all have the opportunities to grow and develop in the best possible way. We hope that 

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