Pam Clingan © 2018 Lanburn Stud is a registered Business name - Established 1971

Lanburn Connemaras

(Cloonisle Cashel x  Glencarrig Aedin)

This girly was the most amazing pony to show in hand.  She won a multitude of championships incl 5 x Non Breeding Champion and Reserve Supreme Ch BCPS, M&M Ch Hants County 2008 and is legendary.

Glencarrig Eleanor 1995-2013


(Callowfeenish Mairtin x Village Colleen)

My pride and joy is the amazing Mossie who joined us aged 12. Proving to love dressage he learnt everything I could teach him in 6 months, he won the NPS Novice Dressage Ch in 2012. Our trainer is John Lassetter (Cadre Noir).

Canal Village Poacher


1983 - The first year of our Clifden Archive

1996 - First time Bob judged Clifden, Cailin Ciuin Supreme.

2000 - 2nd time Bob judged. Padraig Hynes Supreme with Bunowen Beauty

Clifden Archive

Bob & Margaret Blackburn established Lanburn Stud in 1971. Bob died on his way home from his beloved Ireland on 29 Aug 2014, where he’d been fishing as usual and at the Clifden show. Margaret pre-deceased him in 1998 after a period of illness.

47 Years on - Forward Thoughts

Looking To The Future

Paul and I miss Dad greatly, we often think of him when working at the yard; he was always there for me. We are working very hard to get things sorted and plan for the future.

Canal Village Poacher

Glencarrig Dolly


SAVING THE STUD  - 5 February 2018

Since our planning application for a house was refused and at appeal upheld, we now have an application in for a Mobile home on-site.  We hope and pray that this is permitted.  If not, we will go to appeal but if that is upheld then all our options are at an end.  If permitted it will give us a reprieve of 5 years temporary residency and a chance to get the businesses, agricultural, Caravan Club CL Site and the Ponies going.

This application is still going, now running into 6 months with 3 time extensions and a noise assessment due to the Environmental Health being awkward regarding the 400m Goodwood Zone.  This assessment has come out in our favour and at ‘Low Risk’.

I hope the LPA do the right thing and don’t put us through the agony of another appeal.