Billy Spiral2020-05-11T19:52:50+00:00

Billy Spiral

Tangelo Van De Zuuthoeve x Billy Mexico

Born: 2012 (8 Year Old)
Height: 16.1hh
Sex: Mare
Colour: Bay


breeding and performance

What can we say about the amazing Billy Spiral! 2018 was another great year for her and saw her qualifying for the Newcomers Final at Horse of the Year Show along with double clears in the Arena UK 6 Year Old Grand Prix, the All England 6 Year Old Championship, the Royal International 6 Year Old Championship, the Breeders Elite 6 Year Old Grand Prix, the Royal Windsor Novice Championship and winning the Newcomers Masters at the National Championships.

Billy Spiral has made a super start to 2019 season when she collected a number of wins along with numerous top three placings in the 7 year olds classes in Carmona and Pineda during the spring tour of Seville.
Since returning from Spain Spiral has won the 7yr old Grand Prix at the CSI3* show in Le Touquet, France and then went on to qualify for the Horse of the Year show Foxhunter final jumping a triple clear to finish 2nd at Bicton.

She kicked off the 2020 season jumping her first 1.45m classes at the Spanish sunshine tour, she did not disappoint jumping numerous clears, we look forward to seeing what lays in store for her later in the year

Billy Spiral in the News


“For ability and bloodlines Billy Congo more than compares with any other stallion standing today, he is an exciting prospect for the future and I will be using him on my mares.”

Roelof Bril

“Billy Congo is an exceptional young horse about to break into the top of the sport. He also has the bloodlines to match and that is why he will be my choice of stallion.”

Duncan Inglis

“Having already bred a World Cup Finalist in Flexible, I see huge potential in Billy Congo having seen him compete at several international shows. The fact that I have selected him to use on my mares speaks for itself.”

Edward Doyle

“Billy Congo is one of the most exciting young stallions I have seen. His bloodlines and the ability he is showing in the international arena makes him an ideal choice for my mares.”

John Whitaker