British born and bred - with a temperament second to none. An extremely handsome Cleveland with presence and substance
who in his younger years was an outstanding athletic horse. He held 5 CBHS Premiums until he was withdrawn from the scheme.
He pioneered the Performance Testing of Cleveland Bays when he became the first to be so tested by a body independent of
his breed society. He proved a formidable competitor under saddle holding his own in dressage, show jumping, one day events
and hunter trials against the Irish Draught and European Warmbloods. He was frequently called upon by the Rare Breed Survival
Trust in UK to promote this rather special rare breed of horse. He was loaned for a period to De Montfort University (now Lincoln
University) as a resident stallion for their breeding project, his fertility, temperament, good manners and rideability making him
befitting for these ambassadorial roles. Though retired from competition he remains sound and fertile. His progeny are sought
after, making their mark in the show ring and developing into versatile top quality sport horses and hunters. He has a pure son
standing in USA (Stoneridge Bendigalla) , and two sons standing at stud in UK (Mysticfold Charming Boy & Lindon Principal)
have been considered worth of CBHS Premiums. Though BPC was one of the early stallions selected for the Rare Breeds
Regeneration Project he was in fact the pioneer of frozen semen to USA being the first Cleveland to be collected, frozen and
exported many years ago.