Experience the thrill of eventing as an owner

Ballycoog Breaker Boy

Ballycoog Breaker Boy


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I am delighted with the services that Will and his team provided. Will’s attention to detail is first class both in the training and general well being of each individual horse as well as his yard management being meticulous. I have been impressed with the complete package and would have no hesitation in recommending Will to future clients
— Sue Noyes – Joint Owner of Snowdon II

Why own an event horse?

Owning an event horse can be an incredibly rewarding experience.

For some owners the thrill is in watching their horse compete, while for others it's the joy of visiting their horse at the yard and watching a schooling session. When you own a horse with Team Rawlin we ensure you get the full experience from horse management to training and competing.

As an owner, you will get just as much delight watching your horse compete at its first BE100 competition as you will when it tackles its first three day event and when they reach top international level. The events are also a fantastic social experience where you meet and socialise with like minded people that enjoy the same passion for eventing.

Horse owners are an essential part of Wills journey and Olympic dreams, without their support it just wouldn't be possible.

If you are interested in horse ownership and would like to be part of Team Rawlin we would love to talk to you.


Team Rawlin - Horse Ownership

Ballycoog Breaker Boy


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DoB 2012

Height 17h+

Sire: Womanizer

Dam: Ballycoog Bonnie

Grade: (2019) CCI2*/CCI3* (old CI*/CIC**)


49% Share-hold available. One owner or a maximum of three owners.

Achievements to date:

Placed in top 10 in National Young Horse Championships as a 4,5 and 6 year old.  

Goals for 2019:

To progress to CCI3** by the end of the season and compete in the 7 year old National Young Horse Championships.


Purchased as a 4 year old and had a very successful 5 year old season.  During the winter following that season, with time off, he grew a huge amount. This then followed a few months off as he pulled his hind muscles getting cast in the stable.  This lead to a late start to his 6 year old season which actually was a blessing in disguise as it gave him a chance to adjust to his physical changes. As he is a tall horse we are taking time with him as he will not strengthen for a while. He will be a triple threat once this is achieved. Having been a quiet gentle giant as a 5 year old he turned into a demanding teenager as a 6 year old. He is now settling down nicely.  He really enjoys work and the challenges of Eventing. He seems to like the centre stage.