Loch Laggan

The ideal gift for animal lovers!

Did You Know?

All the female Shire horses bred at Cotebrook Shire Horse Centre are named after Scottish Lochs.

Laggans mother, Tilly, was a Clydesdale and Edward (her father) was a Shire, so Laggan has been registered as a Grade B Shire.

In 2016 as a foal she was Supreme Champion Foal at the biggest shire foal show in the country.

She has grown into a large powerful mare, like her mother.

Her older brother, Ben Alder, has had a great show career. As a foal he was Supreme National Champion foal and he has been twice National Champion Gelding. As a 2 year old and a 4 year old.

As Laggan shares his genes we are hoping she produces some special foals with Leonardo.

In 2019 she had a super colt foal, Ben Lawers, and this year she has had a huge, perfectly marked colt foal, Alistair’s What’s Wanted (Big Al). She is proving to be a consistently good breeder!

Loch Laggan is a loch in Lochaber, east of Fort William and was featured in the BBC series Monarch of the Glen.