About Us

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Established in 1990, Moonstone Horses is owned by Mervyn Moon, a horse enthusiast and breeder with over 20 years’ experience and specialist knowledge in breeding, training and showing Friesian horses.

Based in Northern Ireland, we use only the finest Stallions for breeding, with connections to top Friesian stud-farms in Holland, Moonstone Friesians have had foals from top Dutch stallions Monte 378, Karl 370, Anders 351 and Jasper 366, to name a few.

All horses and foals are KFPS registered.


Moonstone Horses have full Livery facilities, offering a Full Care Package, or DIY accommodation for your horses, depending on your needs and time commitments. The Old Green Stables is based in Kells, Northern Ireland. We organise hacks around the village of Kells.

Do not hesitate to contact us for more information.

Key Facts About The Friesian Breed

The Friesian horse is immensely popular and used in various branches of equestrian sport, both as a riding and driving horse. Without doubt, the Friesian breed delivers great performance to even the most demanding horse owners.

Distinguishing Features:
The jet black colour, the long, thick mane & tail, and thick feathering of the lower legs.

The spacious and powerful elevated gaits, the harmonious build and the noble head, set on a lightly arched neck, complete the aristocratic and fiery appearance of the Friesian breed. Its amicable character is the key to a great utility build.

Country of Origin: Netherlands.

Read more about The History of the Friesian Horse.

Mervyn Moon, Moonstone Horses, Friesian Breeder

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  1. Hi, I was trying to find a livery yard for my gelding from October time onwards, do you have any spare stables and what facilities do you have? Best way to contact me is through the mobile on
    07540705171. Thanks 🙂


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