Riding Heritage Apollo (April 2016) (H.Orion's son)

Jane riding home bred Heritage Cinnamon at the Junior Championships at Windsor 3DE CCI** at 16yrs. (1987)

Lone Tornado - ridden here by Jane. 14.2hh Arab Stallions that won 6 Foxhunters on the trot! He was the founding sire of our Stallion line. (1984)

Jane riding hombred Heritage Neptune at Sansaw CCI** (Lone Tornado's son) (1999)

Riding Heritage Orion (Neptune's son) (2012)

  Jane Marson BSc (Hons), AI Tech, Author
Stud Manager and Director of Horse IT Ltd who publish the Competition Stallions Guide each year.
Daughter of the Stud's founder's Hannah & Robert Skepper

Jane started competing at a young age and represented the Easton Harriers Pony Club at Area and Championship Level in Showjumping and Eventing.

Jane also showed Pure Arabs, Anglo & Part-Bred Arabs successfully In Hand at County and National Champs. Over the years we have taken several In Hand and Ridden Championship particularly more recently with the late stallion Heritage Orion (Anglo Arab Reserve National Champion Male) and Heritage Jupiter (Suffolk Show Champion In Hand SHP & Champion In Hand Pony)
Most recently, 2015, Jane was awarded the Breeders Award for Heritage Arrakis (by Heritage Orion ex Carnival's Dancing Queen) scoring the highest score Nationally in the BEF Futurity 2yr old Event Horse Section.

Jane held an Amateur Flat Licence in 1986 and rode under rules on the flat and Point to Point. She also had several seasons riding successfully in Arab racing.

In 1987, Jane competed in her first Three Day Event at Windsor Horse Trials CCI** at the Junior National Championships. She then went on to compete in a further 8 Three Day Events from CCI* - CCI*** (Bramham Horse Trials) from 1987 - 1999 with 4 different horses of which only one was not home bred. Her best results were 10th at Bramham Horse Trials CCI*** YR National Championships & 9th at Tweseldown CCI* on a 6yr old home bred.

Throughout her Eventing career Jane has produced numerous young horses for sale.

Jane continues to break youngstock and bring on young horses through the ranks. Although not riding so many horses as both her children her now competing as well.

Jane is currently riding Heritage Apollo (Eventing, Dressage & Showjumping - son of Heritage Orion), Heritage Lord of the Dance (Showjumping - son of Heritage Nero) and now the very exciting multiple Futurity high scoring young stallion Heritage Arrakis

Jane divides her time between the Stud and running Horse IT Ltd with her husband, Piers Marson. Together they run the online equestrian directory, equibusiness.com and publish the well known Competition Stallions Guide each year.


Ada (Age 9) & Rolly Rascal in 2015 (Above and below)

Ada (13 yrs) Riding "Just Paddington" at Burghley HT Pony Club Showjumping 2019


Ada Marson, 2005
daughter of Jane & Piers Marson

Ada started riding at a very young age - in fact she was riding before she was born.
She started on the amazing Elvis a 10.2hh section A Welsh who we found in Jaywick. She did everything from lead rein, gymkhanering and hunting on him before handing him over to her sister Eve.

Ada then went onto Bengad Cocos, 12hh Welsh Sec A. Ada and Cocos had a fantastic two years; winning endless competitions and trophies. She jumped courses that came upto his chest and was won of the youngest ever to go round the 80cms course at Poplar Park at the age of 8yrs. Ada rode Cocos from April 2013- August 2015. In 2015 they won the EHPC 9&U Combined Training, EHPC 12&U Hunter Trial, EHPC highest placed 12&U ODE, EHPC 12&U Cup at the Fun Day and several Gymkhana Championships. Cocos and Ada also had huge success representing the School winning several classes and qualifying and representing the School at the Grass Roots Championships for two consecutive years.

In October 2015, we were lucky enough to buy Rolly Rascal, 13.2hh Welsh x pony, who Ada took the ride on. Rolly and Ada were straight out competing within 3 days of him arriving winning their first rosettes Showjumping. They have since gone from strength to strength winning numerous SJ competitions and representing the school at the Grass Roots Champs in December and being in the winning team and placed 3rd individually. They have gone on to win the highly contested NSEA Suffolk County Qualifier at 70cms after winning the 60cms warm up class and now go to Bury Farm in April ro represent Suffolk County and her school, Woodbridge School, at the County Championships.

Rolly and Ada have now moved up to 80cms and were 3rd in the first outing at this height out of 52 competitiors at a NSEA RPL Competition. The same day she also was 3rd in the 70cms qualifying for the 3rd year consequitively for the Grass Roots Showjumping Championships. Ada was 9th at the NSEA County Championships at 70cms and the same weekend was 3rd in the EHPC Open 80cms competing in her first ODE with Rolly. They won the highest placed Easton Harriers Members Cup. Ada went on to be 11th at the NSEA Championships in the Jumping with Style competition. She was only 10yrs and the youngest rider in the top 15. In the same year, she scored double clears in the Team to come 2nd at the NSEA Plate Champs and then went on to score further clears in the team to win the Eventers Challenge qualifier and qualify for Hickstead in 2017.

She also rides the home bred Heritage Jupiter, by Vadeer out of Heritage Simoon. Together they have represented the PC in Dressage & SJ Teams. They have represente their school at NSEA National Champs, Hickstead Eventers Challenge Champs and have had numerous wins and placings competing in SJ. They also Hunt and have been in Team Chase teams.

October 2017, we found the super Welsh Sec D 14.1hh Pony, Cynheidrefawr Dylan for Ada to move onto. In their first season, the qualified in the PC SJ Team for the PC Champs were they were 4th in the finals. She has won at BE80 & BE90 - going to the BE80 finals scoring a great double clear. Currently waiting for a BE90 regional. They are also regularly scoring over 75% in Dressage.

March 2019, Ada took the ride on JUST PADDINGTON (image left) for John Cole and her Mum! They had an amazing first season starting at BE90 and recording excellent results in VE90, BE100, BE105 and then placed in their first PON at Calmsden at the end of the season. Ada and Paddington also qualified for the Intermediate PC Open Champs which was sadly cancelled due to wet ground.


Eve Marson, 2008
daughter of Jane & Piers Marson

Eve started her riding career before she could walk in a basket saddle on the part bred Shetland mare, Trixie. Eve stayed on Trixie until her trot was too jiggy and gave Eve a tummy ache so she was lucky enough to take over the ride on Elvis in 2013 at 5yrs.
Eve is rode Bengad Cocos and Portmore Yule who she regularly hunted. Eve was in the Easton Harriers Pony Club Junior Mounted Games team on Cocos and competed in the School and Pony Club Junior Teams Show Jumping. She also showed Cocos in first ridden M&Ms with great success qualifying for the PUK Champs at their first outing. The Mounted Games team WON their zone finals and went on to the regionals where they did very well. She competed at the Grass Roots Champs Dec '15 - being the youngest competitor at 7yrs and getting placed. Eve competed in the 2016 NSEA Grass Roots Champs and came away with multiple placings and awards.

Eve is contested her first County Champs qualifier in January 2017.

Eve has her own lovely pony in BIG BEN who is a connemara 13.2hh pony that she had after Cocos before she got Rolly to ride.She regularly hunts Big Ben and went round the Novice Team Chase at Semer at 10yrs old. She has represented the PC showjumping with Ben and is now doing well with him in Junior BS. 

Eve then moved onto ROLLY RASCAL and had a super first season winning the PC Grass Roots Regional Final qualifier and then coming 10th as an individual at the finals. They also came 8th in Dressage Finals having qualified as an individua. They managed to do the trio and got through to the final SJ round to help the team come 6th.

Eve had two amazing seasons on Rolly before growing too much and has now moved onto MR REE.

Eve had her first full season on Mr Ree in 2019 having an amazing first year qualifying for the PC Grass Roots Regional Finals for Showjumping & Eventing and being placed in the team in both and also coming 5th as an individual in the Eventing Final.

In the early part of 2020, Eve was placed in her first BE competition at Poplar Park at the age of 11yrs.


Poppy Skepper, 1988
Jane's sister and daughter of Hannah & Robert Skepper

Poppy competed in all Pony Club Teams including jumping at the Burghley inter-branch Show Jumping Competition.
She Evented the Anglo Arab mare, Heritage Hera, who was Heritage Orion's full sister.
Poppy now mainly hunts and competes in hunter trials when she has time.



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