AGE B TOP SIRE of Australia 2011 & 2013 & 2015 and 2017 with 80 % star rated offspring!
1 crown awarded daughter and 2 provisional crown daughters. Sire of the Champion of Victoria 2017
Wildcroft Friesian Horse Stud is owned and operated by
Grace & Teo Lamers.
The Friesian Horse stud grew from Grace's initial love of Friesian horses that began years ago back in the Netherlands. Over the ensuing years Grace's affection for Friesians grew into a passion which is now shared as a life-time commitment with her husband Teo.
In 2001 we emigrated to Australia and in 2002 we imported our first three Friesian mares from the Netherlands.
In 2004 we imported the Friesian Stallion Age B. A son of the legendary Heinse 354.
Heinse won the Dutch National Driving Championships in Holland twice and was also a three times Dutch Friesian Stallion Champion of the year. Heinse started Prix St' George in the USA but before he made any progress to the Grand Prix he unfortunately died due to colic in May 2009. This Great Stallion will be missed in the Friesian breeding society.
In 2004 we expanded our stud with a Friesian License breeding stallion Age B later on in 2005 we imported 5 other Friesian Horses; Paulus-Sybren fan Bokkum and Ronja fan Bokkum and 3 pregnant Friesian mares: Ella fan Bokkum, Wiske van Zweins and Suske van Zweins.
We have developed Wildcroft into a well managed breeding facility with outstanding stock, a variety of different bloodlines all imported from the Netherlands and a KFPS/ANZFHS licensed breeding Stallion Age B.
Our overall approach at Wildcroft is to respect the remarkable qualities of the Friesian Horse and in so doing ensure that we undertake responsible practices.
The Friesian Horse has a noble history and has both serviced and enchanted Europe for centuries. In acknowledging the history, heritage and nature of what is a remarkable horse breed, we are committed to ensuring that we maintain the highest standards of knowledge and care in our role in providing for the maintenance of the horse breeds in Australia through our horse breeding program.
We aim to promote the Friesian breed in general, and Wildcroft in particular, by taking our Friesians to shows, exhibitions and dressage competitions.
It is also our aim to breed high quality friesian foals from both our Friesian stallions and frozen semen to improve and upgrade the Friesian breed in Australia and sell quality foals with outstanding pedigrees.
In meeting these aims it is our dream that the Friesian horse will eventually become as loved and popular in Australia as they are in the Netherlands and many other countries around the world.