Beaumont Station

Quality Sport Horses


Beaumont Station is 28,000ha (70,000 acres), the station lies between the Clutha River in the South West and the Taieri River in the North East. It is almost evenly dissected by the Lammerlaw Range running to approximately 4,000 feet (1,208m) above sea level. The homestead and main service area is at 1000ft (300m).

The Hore family have been farming and breeding horses for over five generations. They have lived at Beaumont Station for 44 years. The primary use for horses has been for farm work and horses are still used for mustering on the station. Even today most of the mustering at Beaumont Station is completed on horseback. Eight shepherds muster the back country in the autumn, staying in the Taieri Hut. It takes a week to muster our back country.

In more recent years our horses have proven their versatility as all round sport horses with a huge ability for jumping. Our horses have an amazing temperament which enables them to adapt to a variety of situations with ease. They are talented in all equine disciplines including show hunter, show jumping, dressage, showing, eventing, great hunters, and pleasure horses and are a general all round athletic horse.

We realise the unique environment that Beaumont Station has to offer which enables our horses to be produced naturally and grown to their full potential.

Please contact us if you would like more information about our horses or would like to inspect our horses for sale. Viewing is strictly by appointment only click the following link to view our contact details.

All horse photos seen on this web site (excluding Stallion page) were born and bred at Beaumont Station, Roxburgh, Central Otago, New Zealand.


Beaumont Station is owned and operated by the Hore family since 1972.