Quality Welsh Section D and Part-Bred including palomino, cremello and buckskin/ dun. Bred for all disciplines from superb bloodlines with the temperament to match.


                                                                                              Tresorya is Cornish, meaning, as a verb, to treasure or, from a noun - to be treasured.


                                                               Tresorya Stud is situated on the outskirts of Truro, in the County of Cornwall, and overlooks the picturesque Carnon Valley.



A selection of Tresorya Mares and Foals


3 Year Old Fillies 2011  


The family have been working with horses in the locality for over 160 years, and have bred horses on Carnon Farm for approximately 80 years, originally specialising in Thoroughbred and Irish Draught.


For many years we have been breeding Welsh Section D along with some part bred, including Palomino; and more recently cremello and buckskin/ dun.


We have 2 stunning homebred Section D Stallions, a Cremello, DNA tested to produce palomino and buckskin/dun, and a Chestnut with flaxen mane and tail, both with excellent bloodlines, temperament & action, together with  a Welsh Part-Bred cremello stallion – DNA tested to produce palomino and buckskin/dun.

We are also looking forward, and breeding young colts/future stallions, and introducing some new bloodlines.


Our wide selection of broodmares have superb bloodlines with the temperament to match, producing youngstock for all disciplines.


We have been very successful showing. Entering the Annual Stud Competition for the South Western Association of the Welsh Pony and Cob Society -  Receiving the trophy several times for the Best Group of Welsh Cob Section Ds, together with three generation successes, and Champion Rosette for Stallion and progeny.


We receive many enquiries regarding export, and horses which we have bred can be found throughout Europe.





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