1976 Haydon Never Doubt

Brown Stallion — 15.1 HH — Foaled 1965 — ASH 59512

Haydon Never Doubt established himself as an outstanding sire of polo and performance horses and his daughters have an enviable record as broodmares. It is a bloodline used widely throughout the Stud and the Haydon’s were so fortunate to stand him, as he was the only son really used by Never In Doubt by Nearco. He has 80 registered progeny and is exerting a big influence on the breed.

He was by the renowned sire Never In Doubt by Nearco whose dam was by Star Kingdom’s sire Stardust, combining Blandford and Phalaris blood as well. Never Doubt’s mother was a beautiful, nearly galloway type thoroughbred mare from an old Australia family going back to Djebel, Fair Trial, Precipitation and Comedy King.

Sire Line:

 

Haydon Never Doubt

 

Never In Doubt

 

Nearco

 

Never Doubt was only ever shown once, winning his class and his stock have excelled in numerous fields. Many have won campdrafts and polocrosse awards. In the show ring he was Most Successful Sire at the 1981 Scone ASH Show, with his progeny winning every class they were shown in, as well as a remarkable 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th in the yearling filly class. He was also 1st & 3rd in the Stallion Progeny class, and his daughter Haydon Gypsey Moth won the Champion Led Mare the following year ahead of Breezette. Others to compete well include-Haydon Ballet winner of numerous hack classes, Haydon Bright Night a winner at Adelaide Royal, and sire, Haydon Sunrise successful at the N.S.W. State Championships, Haydon Ruby King won the Queensland State Dressage Championships, Haydon Culgoa was winner of the Queensland Junior Showjumping Championships, Haydon Bandanna after he finished polo become the pin up horse for the Light Horse and lead many parades and Haydon Simanda excelled at polocrosse.

However, it has been on the polo field where his stock have really excelled. In 1985 three different ponies won individual Champion Polo Pony Awards, as well as a Champion Team of Ponies, over four consecutive weekends when played by Peter Haydon. Haydon Emerald already the winner of four awards, in 1986 was in the Champion Team of Ponies at the Sydney R.A.S and at the Queensland Gold Cup. She proved one of the top ponies of the International Series when played by the Australian captain Jim MacGinley. Angus Scott`s winning Team at the 1987 Dudley Cup included two Never Doubt geldings Jessie & Raymond. Haydon Harvest Day was Champion Novice Pony at Quirindi & Tamworth in 1984, and Champion Pony at Tamworth in 1985. Haydon Pearl was Champion Pony at Gunnedah in 1985, Haydon Ballet won the 1990 Sledmere Cup at Scone, Haydon Daylight was rated by Robert Doolin as one of the best mares he had played, Haydon Inca Sun played very well at the Ellerston high goal, Haydon Bellair played very well in 1997 Easter polo and proved a good broodmare for Peter Bennetto, Haydon Tristan played in the Ellerston high goal and Haydon Without Doubt played for ten years at Ellerston in many winning Wanless teams. Many others of his progeny played in top grade polo including; Gypsey Moth, Strata, Harvest Time, Crown Gem in Malaysia, Orbit, Onyx, Cararah, Lightfoot, Gemlight, Deerfoot, Gumdrop, Baubles, etc.

Haydon Emerald played right up to Test Match level and is the dam of Hall of Fame mare Haydon Angel Jewel

Haydon Ballet ridden by Cathy Hunt winner numerous Champion Hacks and Lady Riders, and the polo Sledmere Cup 1989

 

Haydon Daylight was one of Robert Doolin’s best polo mares

Haydon Sunrise yearling successful at State Championships

Haydon Harvest Day winner of many BPP awards

Haydon Bandanna by Haydon Never Doubt led many parades, including at the opening of the Tamworth Light Horse Statue.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Haydon Pearl BPP winner

His daughters have produced particularly well at stud including Haydon Nightlight was dam of Haydon Night Beam the top priced yearling filly at the 1997 National Championship Sale & Futurity winner and the Drawn sire Haydon Nightwatch and his full sister international polo mare Haydon Moonlight and broodmare Haydon Dawnlight. Haydon Emerald produced champion polo Hall of Fame mare Haydon Angel Jewel, her full sister Haydon Tourmaline as well as Haydon Special and Haydon Dancing Jewel. Night Lady produced Champion mare Haydon Celestial and her full sister Dusk produced prodigious polo award winner Jamaica. Haydon Sable was mother of top polo mares Haydon Rosetta who played Test Matches, Haydon Rosecup and oversea mare Haydon Blush, Haydon Roseleaf, Haydon Voss, top polocrosse geldings Haydon Caribou and Haydon Masai and Drawn stallion Haydon Drawaway. Haydon Rosette dam of 10 foals including Haydon Bush Trail Champion Gelding at Scone 1996 ASH Show, Haydon Topaz dam of Haydon Musketeer, Haydon Onyx dam of Option Champion Novice pony at Scone in 1995 and now playing in England. Haydon Romany produced the successful mares Haydon Mantilla and Peony Rose, Haydon Pearl mother of polo mare Paspaley, Haydon Nelina produced the outstanding polocrosse horse Haydon Rifleman, Haydon Heirloom produced 12 foals and Haydon Topaz 11 foals, Springbok produced polo mare Velvet and Jenny was the mother of sire Rodeo Drive.

Haydon Horse Stud has retained many of his daughters to continue on the line of this remarkable horse.

Haydon Angel Jewel Stopping by Sarah Bishop is out of the Haydon Never Doubt mare Haydon Emerald

Nightwatch

Sire Haydon Nightwatch out of Haydon Never Doubt mare Haydon Nightlight

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jamaica BPP Garangula 2014 out of a Haydon Never Doubt mare

Haydon Rosetta playing for Australia in a Test Match out Haydon Never Doubt mare Haydon Sable

When Haydon Never Doubt’s sire Never-in-Doubt died he was the last surviving son in the world of the legendary Tessio bred undefeated Nearco. Never-in-Doubt sired many notable horses including Nabinabah Kylie a super star at Ellerston both playing and and with her progency, Easy Going, Champion polo pony of the 1997 International Series when played by English captain Howard Hipwood. She produced the sires Arjuna, Easy Gun and Ig. Mirrawalla was rated as one of the best when played in the high goal by Ellerston 10 goaler Gonzalo Pieres and she prtoduced top sire Paton. Kyabra Lady Karenna was dam of successful sire Kyabra Cattle Baron and Ken MacCallum’s top campdraft mare Mandalea Zanzarlee showed what a versatile sire he was.

 

Easy Going Champion at Test Match Aust v Eng 1977 played by English Captain Howard Hipwood

Mirawala won her first BPP six months after being started and went on to play in the 40 goal.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


The Haydon Horse Stud stallion Haydon Never Doubt’s pro deny were shown for the first time at the 1981 ASHS Hunter Show. Great success was achieved when they won every class they were shown in.

Haydon Horse Stud Dominates 1981 Hunter Show

At the 1981 Hunter ASHS Show held at Scone, Haydon Horse Stud had a very successful day with quality horses by Never Doubt and Beranghi.

The Stud dominated with the following results:

Haydon Horse Stud-Most Successful Exhibitor

Open Led Mare:
1st Haydon Beranghi Lass
2nd Haydon Willowy Lass

Champion Led Mare Beranghi Lass

2yr old Filly
1st Haydon Harvest Day, 2nd Haydon Gypsey Moth , 3rd Shannon and 4th Kirsty all by Haydon Never Doubt

3yr old Filly
1st Haydon Emerald, 4th Haydon Daylight both by Haydon Never Doubt

3yr Gelding
1st Haydon Crown Ruby by Never Doubt

Stallion Progeny
1st Haydon Gypsey Moth, Haydon Emerald & Haydon Crown Ruby, 3rd and 5th – all groups by Never Doubt

Mare Progeny
1st Haydon Wongle group

At the end of the day Haydon Never Doubt’s progeny had won every event they were shown in.

Haydon Never Doubt winners stallion group Scone 1981 Gypsey Moth, Emerald & Crown Ruby

 


Haydon Bright Night

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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