Why use Cynheidrefawr Crème de la Crème?

Cynheidrefawr Creme de la Creme

Choosing the right stallion for your mare can be a difficult decision. So much to think about, however, we have you covered.

Cynheidrefawr Creme de la Creme passes on his kind and trainable temperament to all his offspring. We have had so much wonderful feedback about his babies, they have been so easy to handle and to start their ridden careers.

We love the fact his foals have gone on to enjoy a variety of disciplines, from Eventing to Dressage, to enjoying being a ridden pony. However they have all gone on to be a close member of the family too.

Being 14.2hh he is perfect for both smaller mares, as well as larger mares too. His largest foal ‘Fourseasons First Edition’ has grown to 16.1hh (out of a 16.2hh Hanoverian mare.)

Being a Cremello, Creme passes on one set of dilute genes to his offspring, ensuring a range of colours from Palomino through to Buckskin. (Final colour is dependant on mare colour genetics too.)

He also boasts an excellent fertility rating, great for those trickier mares.

Cynheidrefawr Creme de la Creme

What colour will Crème produce?

What colour foal will you get, if you use our stallion Cynheidrefawr Creme de la Creme?

Creme is a Cremello, this means he has two sets of dilute genes; and one of these sets he passes on to his offspring. This dilute gene produces Buckskin, Palomino etc

The final colour is also determined by the Mare’s colour genetics, and the colours she is able to produce. However the foal’s colour will always be one of the dilute colours.

Crème’s competition record

Crème was placed in the top 10 in his first Premier League show, and has also enjoyed top 10 placings at regional finals consistently, whilst working up through the levels. He won the Medium BD Native Pony Championships in its first year of running.

He came 2nd in the 2022 Winter Championship, Advanced Medium Freestyle (G) and qualified for the NAF Five Star Championships. In 2021, he won the Prix St George, Midway Championships finishing on a score of 69%+. He also took 2nd place in the Gold Advanced Medium freestyle at the Winter Regionals, held at Prestige Equestrian.

Cynheidrefawr Creme de la Creme

Crème’s progeny

Keeping in touch with Creme’s babies means everything to us. So we are delighted when we receive updates like these below.

Fourseasons Moon Shadow

“I have had my lovely Fourseasons Moon Shadow aka Stellar for nearly four years. I saw Stellar’s ad on Facebook even though I didn’t follow Fourseasons stud at that time. I was instantly drew in by her kind loving face. I wasn’t looking for a horse but, my mum and myself knew we wanted her part of the family.

I haven’t owned a horse from a yearling before, so when the time came to back her I just winged it a bit! It took a while to get a saddle; but, we did lots of bareback riding in the arena, I even took her cross country schooling and rode her bareback there, she was a star. She was the easiest horse to start and has been hacked in hand since a yearling as well.

We have focused the past year mainly hacking and I have just started to introduce a little more schooling. We did our first fun ride last year, a beach ride and we love going on the Mendips. Stellar is fab to load, she practically loads herself and is such a bright intelligent girl who loves hacking and seeing the world. Don’t get me wrong if you want stellar to do something you have to ask her politely, but once we are more established as a ridden partnership and our trust continues to build I know that we will be friends for life.

I lost magic my beautiful horse magic in 2018 and stellar some how has helped me heal just a little bit. She has a beautiful nature, knows her own mind and loves food! I hope this year to do some pole work clinics, hopefully some shows and just have fun together.”

Fourseasons First Edition

Fourseasons First Edition is by ‘Cynheidrefawr Creme de la Creme’ (14.2hh) out of our late Hanoverian mare, ‘Riviera’ (16.2hh). For reference he has made a final height of 16.1hh.

He has proven his kind and willing temperament, working well on the flat, schooling over 1.05m show jumps and is bold Cross-Country Schooling over ditches, banks and water. He qualified for the Unaffiliated Eventing championships and will be aimed at BE100 and a few Novice tracks too. First Edition also loves to hunt, always the perfect gent – and a great hedge hopper too!

Fourseasons Mr Whippy

Fourseasons Mr Whippy is a pure Welsh Section D by Cynheidrefawr Creme de la Creme out of Fourseasons Lalique.

He has proven a willing partner, who tries his heart out at everything; taking everything in his stride. His owner boasts of his beautiful temperament; along with his calm and sensible attitude. She does not think twice about taking him out on adventures. In her words; “he has been a dream ever since she bought him at 14months old.”

How to book Cynheidrefawr Crème de la Crème.

Crème is only available via Frozen semen for the 2023 season. To make a booking please use the contact form below or drop us a message on your Facebook page.

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Cynheidrefawr Creme de la Creme is available to a limited amount of approved mares for 2023. For all booking enquiries please email us. 

Born 2008



SPSS graded

By Crabbiesden Platinum out of Jesters Patricia.

Available by AI Frozen only.

Stud fee  £550 


Concessions available for performance mares*


Cynhiedrefawr Creme de la Creme standing Pose.


Creme de la creme, ridden by Alice Peternell, is competing at Intermediare 1, and training towards Grand Prix. Crème was placed in the top 10 in his first premier league show, and has also enjoyed top 10 placings at regional finals. Including finishing 7th in the Medium Gold at the NAF Five Star Winter Championships.
Crème enjoys and thrives in his training. He is showing a real talent in training for his changes and piaffe steps; and already excels in his medium and extended trot. 

Crème has an excellent temperament and kind nature, he is gentleman for both ridden aspects and from the ground, he passes this on to his offspring.

Cynhiedrefawr Creme de la Creme
Cynheidrefawr Creme de la Creme competing at Prix St George


For breeders wanting to add a splash of unusual colour to their young stock; Creme carries the dilute gene, and passes this on to all of his offspring.

Cynheidrefawr Creme de la Creme competing at Prix St George

Performance record


  • 2nd in the Gold Advanced Medium Freestyle Winter Regionals 
  • 2nd in the Gold Prix St George at Hunters Equestrian


  • Won the Prix St George, Midway Championship on a score of 69%+ 
  • 2nd in the Gold Advanced Medium Freestyle Winter Regionals at Prestige Equestrian. 
  • Top ten finish in the gold Prix St George Winter Regionals.
  • 3rd place in the gold Inter 1 class at Burrows Court with a score of 68%+


  •  1st in the Prix St George at Prestige Equestrian. 


  • 2nd in his first Intermediare 1 level at Hunters Equestrian.
  • 5th in the advanced medium freestyle at the winter regionals.
  • 8th in the Prix St George level at the winter regionals.
  • 1st in the Advanced medium level at West Wilts.
  • 1st in the Prix St George level at West Wilts.


  • Top 10 in Prix St George Premier League at Hartpury.
  • Top 10 in Medium level Regionals.
  • Top 10 in Advanced Medium Level Regionals.
  • 1st in the Advanced Medium to music with 72% at Stretcholt.
  • 1st in the Advanced Medium with 73% at Summerhouse EC.
  • 2nd in the Prix St George at Summerhouse EC.


  • 4th in the Advanced Medium gold summer regionals.
  • 5th in the Medium gold summer regionals.
  • 7th in the Advanced Medium a the Hickstead Masters championship.
  • 8th in the Medium gold at the NAF five star winter championships.
  • 7th in the Advanced Medium gold winter regionals.
  • 6th in the Medium gold winter regionals.


  • 1st in the Medium class at the BD Native pony championships.

previous years

  • 80% at Elementary level with a 9 for his medium trot.
  • 7th in the Petplan novice open.
  • 5th in the Novice NPS dressage championships.
  • 8th in the Preliminary NPS dressage championships.


Crème de la crème had his first crop of foals with us in 2016, they are already proving to have inherited his kind, intelligent temperament and his expressive movement. Creme’s 2019 purebred filly foal ‘ultimate finale’ gained a gold premium at the elite foal grading.

Crème has an excellent fertility; his semen has a 75% mobility rate, 48 hours after collection.

Fourseasons First Edition

For mare bookings and to discuss the concessions please email helen@fourseaonsstud.com or fill in the contact form in the first instance.